1. oookkaaaaay

    oookkaaaaay Member

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    Hey guys, I was just wondering how do you make .bundles from a firmware?
  2. jfb392

    jfb392 New Member

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    As in a .bundle for PwnageTool or QuickPwn?
    For a QuickPwn bundle, all you need are the key/IV pairs for each image, plus the RootFS disk image FileVault key.
    PwnageTool bundles are a bit more complicated though, as you have to patch each image (I'm not going to get into the patches because if you don't understand how to make a bundle, I'm sure the patches will be over your head), then bsdiff it to create a .patch file.
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    madcowz New Member

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    Get all the patches you need, make an Info.plist from another exsisting bundle in pwnageTool and stuff it into a folder called iPod2,1_2.2.1_5G77a_Restore.bundle

    Just add .bundle to the folder.
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    Does not and will not ever work.
    You'd end up restoring to an iBoot that just simply crashes.
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    madcowz New Member

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    Wait; how? If you have the right iBoot patch, and you just include it in the info.plist, then why will it crash?
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    Why would you have the patches and not the bundle?
    I'm saying, if you mixed versions or even different models, it'd result in a broken firmware.

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