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Bug Tracking => OpeniBoot => Topic started by: Bluerise on May 11, 2011, 11:10:57 PM

Title: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 11, 2011, 11:10:57 PM
Another set of binaries, have fun! - Should be working on all devices now! (June 06, 2022 - 10:24PM UTC+1 or +2)

WARNING: This could break your device. It shouldn't, but be warned. Please do not do anything else but what I said.

Good evening,

we've been progressing a lot on porting OpeniBoot to newer devices.
So, this is a... alpha alpha unstable testing bug tracking release.
In some cases it might print an openiBoot panic.
There's a part missing for specific device support,but that'll be added soon.

I guess you're interested. But I've got one problem. I can't explain you everything.
I know there'll be questions about how to use it and stuff. And... I do only have 64-bit binaries for linux.
That'll hopefully get updated soon.

This will not boot Android or a kernel. Please do not put iDroid Pepparkaka on your iPhone 4 and think that this version will load it.

But in the meantime:
If you don't know how to compile your own loadibec/oibc (if your platform isn't matching) or
you've got some other problems: I might NOT help you.


I'm sorry about that, but, you know, I do enough have other stuff to worry about. :\

This is what I need from you to help us find and fix bugs:

Those are the binaries you need


\Bluerise

PS: I'm sorry if I'm too rough here. Maybe it's my bad English + me being German. :p

A general note:
If you see "YAFTL_Restore: Sorry... not yet!" somewhere in the console log, then you did not shut down the device correctly.

Boot iOS again, and shut it down correctly: Hold the power button for a few seconds, and slide "Slide to power off" as it appears.
Wait some time (to make sure your device is entirely shut down), and try again.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: iPwnUK on May 11, 2011, 11:44:55 PM
Works perfect for me here, both the commands worked ;D
Here's a link to the pastie containing everything: http://pastie.org/1891006 (http://pastie.org/1891006)

EDIT: forgot to add, am running iPhone 4 (GSM) with iOS 4.2.1 via RedSn0w
EDIT 2: running ubuntu 11.04 64 bit
EDIT 3: updated pastie link with the corrected command
Read error on the updated command because the file doesn't exist.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: inve1 on May 12, 2011, 12:44:36 AM
all right.. i guess we have the first failure of the thread.. yay XD

the device is an iphone4 32G, running 4.3.2 and jailbroken with pwnagetool
openiboot loads fine, but apparently it's not able to detect the partitions (I did turn it off properly, no hard reset)
here's the log: http://pastie.org/1891104
i'm running ubuntu 11.04

fs_ls just sits there and does nothing.. i've left it there for about 5 mins
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Oranav on May 12, 2011, 01:17:58 AM
inve1:
Please make sure that you've downloaded the latest binaries.

If it still fails with the latest binaries, run the following commands:
nand_read 0 2048 0x46000000 0 0 0 0
hexdump 0x46000000 0x20
nand_read 1 2048 0x46000000 0 0 0 0
hexdump 0x46000000 0x20
nand_read 2 2048 0x46000000 0 0 0 0
hexdump 0x46000000 0x20
nand_read 3 2048 0x46000000 0 0 0 0
hexdump 0x46000000 0x20

And Pastie the whole output of those commands.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: nickp666 on May 12, 2011, 10:25:42 AM
Theoretically, this will not affect the iOS part of the phone?
If so, I will try this on my iPhone 4 after some backup work.

It will not touch iOS provided you dont run any other commands than what are stated above
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Peacock on May 12, 2011, 10:51:10 AM
All commands worked like a charm,
then back to a fully functional iOS by reboot command.

Here is the complete log: http://www.pastie.org/1892397

Details:
iPhone 4 32GB [MC605ZP], running on 4.3.2 jailbroken by Redsn0w 0.9.6rc14, unlocked natively.
Mac OS X 10.6.7, running on MacBookPro5,5

Let me know if anything required is missing.
Thanks for the hard work.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: LIV2 on May 12, 2011, 11:43:09 AM
didn't work on my iPhone 4 or iPad

iPad: http://pastie.org/1892521

on my iPhone 4 I get "YAFTL_Restore: Sorry... not yet!"

I'm certain I'm entering DFU mode correctly, I'm shutting it down first and not seeing an apple logo between the shut down and entering DFU mode.

interesting that my iPad says unsupported low level format version, it's a 1st Generation iPad 3G bought at launch in Australia.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 12, 2011, 11:49:00 AM
Have you powered it off normally? No hard reset.

And... I do need that pastie, too.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: LIV2 on May 12, 2011, 11:52:25 AM
I'm certain I did. i slid to power off then when it turned off i started holding power + home for 10 seconds, then released home, maybe I'm entering DFU mode incorrectly, every time I try the phone powers on to the apple logo first before turning off and going into DFU mode, but it still doesn't work.

iPhone 4: http://pastie.org/1892568

My iPhone is Model MC603X running 4.3.1
My iPad is Model MC496X with iOS 4.3.2
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 12, 2011, 12:55:40 PM
I know that error, and it's not cause of an incorrect way of entering DFU. Thanks, that helps a lot!
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Oranav on May 12, 2011, 01:09:39 PM
LIV2:
On the iPad, please do what I wrote to inve1 (http://www.idroidproject.org/forum/openiboot-75/openiboot-ftl-and-filesystem-read-tests-on-newer-idevices/msg18977/#msg18977).
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: jorfermo on May 12, 2011, 01:30:48 PM
iPhone 4 (ok): http://pastie.org/1892829
iPad 1G (wrong): http://pastie.org/1892842

The result of the commands on the iPad: http://pastie.org/1892871
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: inve1 on May 12, 2011, 01:44:53 PM
inve1:
Please make sure that you've downloaded the latest binaries.

If it still fails with the latest binaries, run the following commands:
[...]
And Pastie the whole output of those commands.

I did what you asked, i'm sure I have the latest binaries (tried on macos this time)
fs_ls still fails, so i ran the other commands. here's the log http://pastie.org/1892902
hope it helps :)
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Floatshow on May 12, 2011, 03:32:33 PM
I tested OpeniBoot on my iPod touch 4G.

Here's what I got : http://www.pastie.org/1893197

"fs_ls 0 0 /" works great, as "fs_cat 0 0 /etc/fstab".
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: gazzax on May 12, 2011, 03:45:01 PM
Worked like a charm for me

http://www.pastie.org/1893258

iPhone 4 GSM - UK - 16GB - iOS 4.3.1 - Redsn0w used to Jailbreak

Ubuntu 11.04 x64

Keep up the good work chaps :)
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 12, 2011, 05:35:10 PM
inve1:
Please make sure that you've downloaded the latest binaries.

If it still fails with the latest binaries, run the following commands:
[...]
And Pastie the whole output of those commands.

I did what you asked, i'm sure I have the latest binaries (tried on macos this time)
fs_ls still fails, so i ran the other commands. here's the log http://pastie.org/1892902
hope it helps :)

Do you have the newest binaries? Please redownload and test it. :o
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: mischiminator on May 12, 2011, 05:45:07 PM
http://www.pastie.org/1893608

Iphone 4 iOS 4.3.3 with redsn0w

läuft keine fehler (keine die ich bemerkt habe)

lässt sich das auch schon fest installieren oder nur testweise??
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: jackjack on May 12, 2011, 07:56:59 PM
Another success on iPhone 4 : http://pastie.org/1894121
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: inve1 on May 12, 2011, 09:11:35 PM
inve1:
Please make sure that you've downloaded the latest binaries.

If it still fails with the latest binaries, run the following commands:
[...]
And Pastie the whole output of those commands.

I did what you asked, i'm sure I have the latest binaries (tried on macos this time)
fs_ls still fails, so i ran the other commands. here's the log http://pastie.org/1892902
hope it helps :)

Do you have the newest binaries? Please redownload and test it. :o
i'm quite sure I have the newest binaries.. just in case I included the md5sums at the beginning of the log this time :P (everything went exactly like the other times)
http://pastie.org/1894404
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 12, 2011, 10:47:53 PM
inve1:
Please make sure that you've downloaded the latest binaries.

If it still fails with the latest binaries, run the following commands:
[...]
And Pastie the whole output of those commands.

I did what you asked, i'm sure I have the latest binaries (tried on macos this time)
fs_ls still fails, so i ran the other commands. here's the log http://pastie.org/1892902
hope it helps :)

Do you have the newest binaries? Please redownload and test it. :o
i'm quite sure I have the newest binaries.. just in case I included the md5sums at the beginning of the log this time :P (everything went exactly like the other times)
http://pastie.org/1894404

Okay, although the MD5 doesn't match... I uploaded a newer binary.
MD5: b05684d7c8ef6185b084e52c7e6030fb  /home/patrick/Dropbox/Public/testing/iphone_4_openiboot.bin
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: inve1 on May 12, 2011, 11:04:53 PM
I tried the new binary, but still no luck.. (the MD5s match and in the log the commit number has changed, so I think we're using the same binary)

edit: forgot the link to the log XD http://pastie.org/1894800
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Flanary1989 on May 13, 2011, 04:11:23 AM
OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895433
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F202) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895501
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895546

Used Updated Binaries as of May 12, 2022 11:49 UTC
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: totalmichel on May 13, 2011, 11:59:50 AM
i have an 3gs old bootrom, how can i help?
theres no bynaries avaible?
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Paradox on May 13, 2011, 01:09:31 PM
Finally, openiBoot for A4 devices!  ;D
This is the log you want (I think): http://www.pastie.org/1896627
I'm running an iPhone 4 on iOS 4.3.3 jailbroken via redsn0w 0.9.6 RC15
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Stevebegone on May 13, 2011, 04:08:12 PM
heres mine log http://www.pastie.org/1897081
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 14, 2011, 01:30:14 AM
OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895433
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F202) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895501
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895546

Used Updated Binaries as of May 12, 2022 11:49 UTC

You need to shut your device down per "halt" via SSH. Plug the cable out, plug it in, and directly hit the needed buttons. Else it will fail (like in your pastie).
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: LIV2 on May 14, 2011, 02:07:30 AM
Hi,

I just downloaded the latest binaries and ran them on my iPhone 4, it worked perfectly!
Pastie: http://pastie.org/1898874
Just doing the ipad now

Update: nah, still doesn't like my ipad :( http://pastie.org/1898890
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Flanary1989 on May 14, 2011, 03:45:56 AM
OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895433
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F202) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895501
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895546

Used Updated Binaries as of May 12, 2022 11:49 UTC

You need to shut your device down per "halt" via SSH. Plug the cable out, plug it in, and directly hit the needed buttons. Else it will fail (like in
your pastie).

You are referring to the Apple TV 2G correct? The last one. So I need to SSH into Apple TV and shutdown after running ./loadibec and then replug USB cable and enter DFU mode and run ./oibc? Also should I have Apple TV plugged up to TV?

OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899125
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899105
iPhone 4 16 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899133
All Updated Pasties - Let me know what else I can do to help.

Used Updated Binaries as of May 14, 2022 2:27 A.M. UTC
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: JoshH100 on May 14, 2011, 04:42:02 AM
I must have done something wrong: (https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_KlcaedVn4TY/Tc35Z1N2u-I/AAAAAAAAE_0/zRYP-4Tdn_w/s800/oibc.png)

Last lines on device: USB: State change: address -> configured
USB: Flushing 1
USB: 1 claimed FIFO 1. (0x0100021b/0x00480080).
ACM: Ready
in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)

iPod Touch 4g 4.3.3 Redsn0w
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Flanary1989 on May 14, 2011, 05:04:46 AM
I must have done something wrong: (https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_KlcaedVn4TY/Tc35Z1N2u-I/AAAAAAAAE_0/zRYP-4Tdn_w/s800/oibc.png)

Last lines on device: USB: State change: address -> configured
USB: Flushing 1
USB: 1 claimed FIFO 1. (0x0100021b/0x00480080).
ACM: Ready
in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)

iPod Touch 4g 4.3.3 Redsn0w

After "in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)" type in terminal      fs_ls 0 0 /      if that suceeds type     fs_cat 0 0 /etc/fstab    then post complete log in pastie and paste link for Bluerise please

Look at this Pastie for example on what I did.   http://www.pastie.org/1899158     (
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: JoshH100 on May 14, 2011, 05:49:25 AM
I must have done something wrong: (https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_KlcaedVn4TY/Tc35Z1N2u-I/AAAAAAAAE_0/zRYP-4Tdn_w/s800/oibc.png)

Last lines on device: USB: State change: address -> configured
USB: Flushing 1
USB: 1 claimed FIFO 1. (0x0100021b/0x00480080).
ACM: Ready
in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)

iPod Touch 4g 4.3.3 Redsn0w

After "in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)" type in terminal      fs_ls 0 0 /      if that suceeds type     fs_cat 0 0 /etc/fstab    then post complete log in pastie and paste link for Bluerise please

Look at this Pastie for example on what I did.   http://www.pastie.org/1899158     (

I can't run the commands because oibc isn't working.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Flanary1989 on May 14, 2011, 07:19:00 AM
I must have done something wrong: (https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_KlcaedVn4TY/Tc35Z1N2u-I/AAAAAAAAE_0/zRYP-4Tdn_w/s800/oibc.png)

Last lines on device: USB: State change: address -> configured
USB: Flushing 1
USB: 1 claimed FIFO 1. (0x0100021b/0x00480080).
ACM: Ready
in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)

iPod Touch 4g 4.3.3 Redsn0w

After "in ep nak eff 0 (0x00028000)" type in terminal      fs_ls 0 0 /      if that suceeds type     fs_cat 0 0 /etc/fstab    then post complete log in pastie and paste link for Bluerise please

Look at this Pastie for example on what I did.   http://www.pastie.org/1899158     (

I can't run the commands because oibc isn't working.

I don't know for sure but maybe this has something to do with it http://www.idroidproject.org/wiki/Installing_iDroid_%28OS_X%29 click step 7 - Loading & Installing OpeniBoot then look at step 7.

((Press the Home button on the device, wait 1 or 2 seconds and then press enter on your PC to send the command, this is necessary as there is a current problem with OpeniBoot where the computer often does not connect to the device if the console screen has been on for a long time. You will know if the computer has failed to connect to the device if you receive only this output:

    !<filename>[@<address>] to send a file, ~<filename>[@<address>]:<len> to receive a file ))

Just a thought like I said don't know if this goes for your iPod Touch 4G or current OpeniBoot maybe Bluerise will enlighten us soon :)
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 14, 2011, 03:58:13 PM
OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895433
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F202) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895501
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895546

Used Updated Binaries as of May 12, 2022 11:49 UTC

You need to shut your device down per "halt" via SSH. Plug the cable out, plug it in, and directly hit the needed buttons. Else it will fail (like in
your pastie).

You are referring to the Apple TV 2G correct? The last one. So I need to SSH into Apple TV and shutdown after running ./loadibec and then replug USB cable and enter DFU mode and run ./oibc? Also should I have Apple TV plugged up to TV?

OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899125
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899105
iPhone 4 16 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899133
All Updated Pasties - Let me know what else I can do to help.

Used Updated Binaries as of May 14, 2022 2:27 A.M. UTC

Yes, I was referring to that. Errm, I didn't quite understand your technique.
But I'm doing it like this: Connect usb cable, ssh into the atv2g, do type "halt" in ssh. Then you get disconnected and the power led goes off.
Pull the power cable, then plug it back in and start pushing menu+down at the same time.

Somehow it worked for me to just pull the cable once the power led is off, then it gets powered by usb. After 10 seconds: plug the cable back in.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Stevebegone on May 14, 2011, 05:30:36 PM
I redid openiboot and got fs_cat to work http://www.pastie.org/1900721
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: westernmagic on May 14, 2011, 07:07:11 PM
Works like a charm on mu iPhone4 :)
http://pastie.org/1900978 (http://pastie.org/1900978)

Keep up the good work! Go team iDroid!
wm
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: JoshH100 on May 14, 2011, 07:43:28 PM
Ok, i used a usb port on the back and it worked perfectly here's my pastie: http://pastie.org/1901052
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: doublenach on May 14, 2011, 10:33:32 PM
Tested on iPad1, Mac OS X 10.6.7.
Here's the log: http://www.pastie.org/1901482
Failed to open partition.

Let me know what else I can do.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Flanary1989 on May 15, 2011, 03:26:01 AM
OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895433
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F202) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895501
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1895546

Used Updated Binaries as of May 12, 2022 11:49 UTC

You need to shut your device down per "halt" via SSH. Plug the cable out, plug it in, and directly hit the needed buttons. Else it will fail (like in
your pastie).

You are referring to the Apple TV 2G correct? The last one. So I need to SSH into Apple TV and shutdown after running ./loadibec and then replug USB cable and enter DFU mode and run ./oibc? Also should I have Apple TV plugged up to TV?

OS X 10.6.7
iPhone 4 32 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899125
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899105
iPhone 4 16 GB 4.3.3 PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1899133
All Updated Pasties - Let me know what else I can do to help.

Used Updated Binaries as of May 14, 2022 2:27 A.M. UTC

Yes, I was referring to that. Errm, I didn't quite understand your technique.
But I'm doing it like this: Connect usb cable, ssh into the atv2g, do type "halt" in ssh. Then you get disconnected and the power led goes off.
Pull the power cable, then plug it back in and start pushing menu+down at the same time.

Somehow it worked for me to just pull the cable once the power led is off, then it gets powered by usb. After 10 seconds: plug the cable back in.

Ok finally got it to work thanks for your help Bluerise
here's latest Pastie
Apple TV 2G 4.3(8F305) PwangeTool http://www.pastie.org/1902050
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Bluerise on May 15, 2011, 06:34:31 PM
I uploaded new binaries. Should fix iPad1G issues. Where you do a hard reset shouldn't matter now, too.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: iDirtbike on May 15, 2011, 06:51:28 PM
Works great for me;
http://www.pastie.org/1905076

iPhone 4 (GSM) 16GB - 4.2.1

iPad also seems to be working correctly:
http://www.pastie.org/1905165

iPad 1G (WiFi) 16GB - 4.3.1

Keep it up guys!
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: doublenach on May 15, 2011, 07:27:05 PM
I uploaded new binaries. Should fix iPad1G issues. Where you do a hard reset shouldn't matter now, too.

Well done, now works on my iPad.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: Oranav on May 16, 2011, 12:43:18 AM
A little note:
I've added a read-only restore support to the YAFTL driver. It means that it should work even if you did hard-reset your device.
Bluerise has updated the binaries to add the restore support.

In order to test it, we'd like you to hard-reset your device from iOS before booting OpeniBoot.
Hold home & power buttons for around 6 seconds (while iOS is running). Then, boot OpeniBoot, and see if it works.

Nevertheless, hard-resetting your device might cause data loss in some cases. Do it on your own risk. We take absolutely no warranty.
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: angeljruiz on May 16, 2011, 03:57:31 AM
worked on my iphone  4.2.1 8C148 - http://pastie.org/1907809
EDIT: worked with both turning off device manually and hard reset
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: JoshH100 on May 18, 2011, 03:50:04 AM
Ok I'm on 4.3.3 ipod touch 4g redsn0w I hard reset and the YAFTL restore thing seems to have worked because i got this:

yaftl: no valid context slot was found, a restore is definitely needed.
yaftl: ftl context is at logical page 979
yaftl: context is invalid. performing a read-only restore...
yaftl: restore done.
 
Here's the complete pastie: http://pastie.org/1919645
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: jakehaas on June 10, 2011, 06:47:04 PM
Heres the output on my iPhone 3GS with the newest binaries: http://www.pastie.org/2048702
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: buwie on June 28, 2011, 09:24:31 AM
Fun! Works on my old bootrom 3GS.

http://www.pastie.org/2116279

Will check my iPad later.

Great work, keep it up!
Title: Re: OpeniBoot FTL and filesystem read tests on newer iDevices
Post by: be.cool on July 26, 2011, 06:18:00 AM
Just tried on my 32 GB iPad 1
iOS 4.3.3 (8J3)
Jailbreaked with JailbreakMe 3.0

http://www.pastie.org/2272250

Playing with other commands I managed to get many other infos like accel data and baterry voltage. Cool!

Thats a HUGE progress! Can't wait to be able to boot ChromeOS in my iPad or HooneyComb :P (Hope that's not too far right now)

PS: In the first post there is an error in one of the commands. It should be fs_cat 0 0 /etc/fstab not "s_cat 0 0 /etc/fstab". People are just coping and pasting the wrong command.

Really great work!