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This should work -- though it's tough to guarantee that the app built on PhoneGap Build will have all the exact same behaviour as the one originally uploaded. We don't know what the original developer's environment looked like. That said -- give it a shot. You'll need to include the config.xml file, and I'd recommend setting the PhoneGap version to 3.3.0 for now:
<preference name="phonegap-version" value="3.3.0" />
Make your small update, and test your app on a device to make sure it still behaves as expected. However note that I wouldn't expect 3.3.0 to be supported on PhoneGap Build for much longer (see supported versions here).
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+1 to @ryanskihead
Also, if the app uses plugins, you might want to try and suss out the plugin version numbers as well so that PG Build can give you the same versions. Newer versions of plugins sometimes break old code.
Thanks! I tested it using the Phonegap Desktop App and Developer App and it looks okay. Moving forward, I want to edit a few links in the web app that open new browser windows so that the links will use the InAppBrowser function in the iOS app. Can you recommend good resources/tutorials on this. Also, is it possible to make these edits without using the Command Line Interface?