2.0 cookie fix??

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by r1dePrkCty, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. r1dePrkCty

    r1dePrkCty New Member

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    After updating cydia all my passwords are no longer saved. Much like what happened to us on 1.1.4 but now on 2.0. I was wondering if there is a fix on cydia (dont think there is) or if i can manually do it through ssh?
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    As of now there isn't. If you set it as a new iPod when you restored that's why. Just re-enter all your passwords and they will be remembered
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    chmod -R 777 /var/mobile/Library/Safari
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    r1dePrkCty New Member

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    When I jailbroke 2.0 all my passwords were saved but after updating cydia now I log into facebook for example and If I click on a link it will tell me to log in again.
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    Thank I will try it in a little bit
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    not to be a noob or anything bc i am but im in cuteftp pro sshed into my touch and i dont know how to open up the command prompt so that i can enter that command...do you know how to on cuteftp pro?
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    You could also use iCommander and navigate to /var/mobile/Library/Safari and change the permissions to 0777 and tap Set. Command-line chmod works just fine, though.
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    iCommander works fine, but i rather Terminal
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    Command-line is always better.

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    However, just shortly after changing permissions of /var/mobile/Library/Safari to 777 and even /mobile/Library/Cookies to 777 and /Cookies/Cookies.plist to 666, it stopped working and back to logging in every time. I've also tried chown mobile /var/mobile/Library/Cookies and chown .... /Cookies/Cookies.plist.

    Am I doing something wrong or missing anything?

    [EDIT] Nevermind, apparently it decided it wants to work after a couple unrelated reboots.

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