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Off topic / Re: Overclocking Iphone 3g (BRAINSTORM GUYS)
« on: December 29, 2010, 04:37:40 PM »
blah blah blah, long post which doesn't really need to be quoted again to save space so I'm typing this instead, blah blah blah
That will not work since "alpine" is not a command. Plus it seems iBoot may reset the clock speed afterwards. It would be better if someone could make a kernel patch to make more sysctl values writable. Nice try though  ;)
alpine is supposed to be your root password
Yes, I know it is supposed to be the default root password. But it being the password does not make it a valid command.
Im guessing that he is typing that as when you type 'su' into the command it will ask you for the root password, and you subsequently would need to type in 'alpine' unless you have changed the password, in which case you would type that in instead.

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Drivers & Client Tools (Windows) / Re: Compiling windows oibc
« on: November 25, 2010, 07:35:26 PM »
all tools and openiboot images can be found here, on nickp666's File Mirror :)
a compiled oibc.exe for windows will be under the tools section, in 'oib-tools-windows.zip'

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Bootlace / Re: OpenIboot - Iphone Bricked - need help urgent
« on: November 17, 2010, 07:23:47 PM »
Also, please do not Double Post. If you ask once, it will be answered asap. if you ask the same question twice, in 2 different places of the same forum within the space of 2 mins, it will just annoy people ;)

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iPhone 4 / Re: Since there is a new bootrom exploit and its untethered
« on: November 17, 2010, 05:44:59 PM »
geohots bootrom exploit is also tethered and requires comex's untethered userland jailbreak to run untethered overall, so its the same case as SHAtter was :/ but theres always developments, so you never know, there may well be an untethered openiboot for the new devices one day :)

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Bootlace / Re: Install Custom OpeniBoot Images With Bootlace?
« on: November 17, 2010, 12:38:43 AM »
Nice work! just gonna test it out on my 3G now :)
one recommendation that I may make is the option to choose custom openiboots (such as iX and PSFreedom ones) for install as well as the official one, would be a nice addition to have imho :)

No point as my next project is to make OpeniBoot configurable with menu options so 'custom' openiboot builds will no longer be needed.
I already asked, and here is the answer :) (from Here)

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iPhone 4 / Re: Since there is a new bootrom exploit and its untethered
« on: November 14, 2010, 12:29:20 AM »
That's what I was thinking, I follow most major iPhone devs on twitter and no mention of a new untethered bottom exploit? Source?

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iPhone 4 / Re: Bootrom exploits
« on: November 11, 2010, 12:07:46 AM »
well, i'm guessing that Bluerise is using his own iPhone 4 for testing and developing on, but i know that the iPad that was used was Hexxah's, as it said in his post "with @Hexxeh and his iPad." :P
but dont let that stop from donating, even if it doesn't go directly towards the device you wish for, it will most likely help out in other areas (like the 3GS for example) which may in turn help out with the general running of iDroid or openiboot, etc. with things found in development :P
Sorry if that doesn't make much sense, its been a long day xD

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iPhone 4 / Re: Bootrom exploits
« on: November 10, 2010, 09:46:01 PM »
Used Limera1n to Jailbreak my iPhone4 - would love to install android on it now - don't ask me why. Looking forward to the next release! Keep at it and I promise a donation when I install it!  :)
A donation now would be more helpful to be honest. As a non-profit organization, donation money will only be used towards getting devices to be used for testing and purchasing required software and certificates, so if you donate after the port is finished, that money will not help the people porting to i4, but rather the people porting to i5 or iPad2, which is still a good cause, but if you wanna speed up i4 porting you should donate now :)
Well that's a difficult logic when there is very little official word on what priority the newer devices are getting. And the little that I have heard is that they aren't a priority.
Unless a $10 donation from me is sent along with $395 from other people, it's hard to see my $10 going towards an iPhone 4.

So in a sense, the "it'll be done when it's done" is a little under informative.
If a developer needs donations, then donators need developments, even if the "developments" are just informative promises of future work to be done.

It's also hard to expect preemptive donations for the 3GS/i4 when time and time again they have been stated not to be a priority.
Yes, bluerise put a line referencing i4 in a readme. But it'll take more info than that for a community to recognize a change of priority.

I'm just saying  :P
I can understand where you're coming from, but there has been more than just a line in a readme, check bluerise's twitters (His general one and his dedicated english-only one) for example, he and Hexxah have got the iPhone 4 openiboot code to run on an iPad earlier today: Pic
and also there are constant updates about the status of the iPhone 4 port on both of his twitters as well ;)

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iPhone 3G / Re: Unable to boot into anything
« on: November 10, 2010, 08:56:05 PM »
When I tried to go into DFU mode earlier it kept booting and loading the console but with the cable in it seems to be different. I can get into recovery mode now yay. Twice I have tried a restore to a 3.1.3 ipsw and it has failed twice. It does see the phone and runs some kind of restore (apple logo and progress bar). After the firmware restore it says it will restart the phone. It ends up on the connect to iTunes screen with the slider for emergency calls and iTunes pops up saying it can't read the phone and to restore which is what it was doing already. I don't really want to upgrade to iOS 4+ on my 3G but maybe I have to. I'll keep trying.
If its going to the restore screen, try using tinyumbrella to kick it out of recovery mode, worked for me before i restored my 3G and it stayed at recovery mode after rebooting :)
but if that doesn't work then just do what ddominator said and try restoring from DFU mode

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Nice work! just gonna test it out on my 3G now :)
one recommendation that I may make is the option to choose custom openiboots (such as iX and PSFreedom ones) for install as well as the official one, would be a nice addition to have imho :)

No point as my next project is to make OpeniBoot configurable with menu options so 'custom' openiboot builds will no longer be needed.
Ah, that sounds a lot easier :)

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Nice work! just gonna test it out on my 3G now :)
one recommendation that I may make is the option to choose custom openiboots (such as iX and PSFreedom ones) for install as well as the official one, would be a nice addition to have imho :)

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iPhone 3G / Re: openiboot, iOS, Androit and PSFreedom ?
« on: November 02, 2010, 01:32:54 AM »
Please use the search feature before posting: You could have found it here in the custom openiboot section ;)

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General discussion / Re: Wi-fi on Froyo
« on: November 01, 2010, 09:55:08 PM »
All I can think of would be to just reboot the phone (back into froyo) and try again. I find that most problems are fixed when I reboot the device for some reason :P lol

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iPhone 3G / Re: so i saw....
« on: October 26, 2010, 07:29:44 PM »
simple, just put the psfreedom zImage and android.img.gz where you would normally put the Mojo files, click the android option from openiboot and away you go :P

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iPhone 4 / Re: iPhone 4 - New Bootrom exploits
« on: October 23, 2010, 10:27:10 PM »
yea i was thinking that it was a bit of a quick port :P seems like progress is being made though

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