2.0 firmware question

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by ledhendrixman, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. ledhendrixman

    ledhendrixman Member

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    lets say someone was trying to decrypt the 2.0 ipsw. they decrypted it, but the resulting dmg would open in any programs. what could this someone do?
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    ledhendrixman Member

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    Bump.............
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Why are you trying to ask?

    If you decrypt, you get a DMG file. Thats it.

    I won't go further. So please, stop asking.

    This subject is a morally grey subject.
  4. batman27

    batman27 Banned

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    if u use pwnage and create a 2.0 custom firmware u can open the .dmg file, and see all the stuff like u do in SSH.
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    But you can't re-encrypt it, so whats the use?
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    ledhendrixman Member

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    a fter decryption the dmg wouldnt open in any programs like poweriso.
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    ipod touch fan New Member

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    just open ipwnage. click ipsw builder. then click ok.. wait until it ask u a password.. and right behinde the pass screen.. there is he decrypted firmware...
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    music4life Active Member

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    but again you can't re-encrypt it so what would you do?
  9. SkylarEC

    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Use TransMac. It's worth the price of admission.

    And having the decrypred DMG's comes in handy when you only need one or two backup files. I actually have the decrypted iPhone DMGs for 1.1.1 - 1.1.4 sitting on my Windows Box right now.

    I prefer to keep my Mac Clean, so no decrypted DMG's on there.

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    Wait *shakes head* Huh?*looks confused* Transmac? What's that?

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