Changing MAC Address [HELP]

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  1. Ruamrudee

    Ruamrudee Member

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    I has a problem

    Code:
    su -
    Code:
    Password: alpine
    Code:
    localhost:~ root# [color=red]ifconfig en0 lladdr xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx[/color]
    Rebooted and

    Code:
    ifconfig
    it stayed the same

    can anyone help?

    what does

    Code:
    sudo ifconfig en0
    actually do?

    Is it hardware related or some sort? help
  2. kmc915

    kmc915 New Member

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    sudo ifconfig en0 would usually be the command to change your MAC address but some how Apple has made it so we cant change it on the 2g Touch. Sux I know I could really use it at work.

    Also this has been discussed in other threads!!

    And if you reboot it would rest the MAC anyway
  3. Ruamrudee

    Ruamrudee Member

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    this sucks

    so it WOULD be possible to change right?
  4. jackshadow17

    jackshadow17 New Member

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    yes...it was possible in the first generation ipod touch...but not in the second generation one...YET
  5. kmc915

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    I hope not YET is true, there has got to ba a way to figure out what Apple has changed and and change it back. I have no idea where to look but maybe someone would!!!!!

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