Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.4 Jailbreak' started by ipodtouchmaster05, Feb 27, 2008.
Were not forceing anyone to do it if you would like to then do if not then dont.
If that's the case then the 95% credit goes to the iPhone Dev Team, and the rest goes to DevCon Team. Unless, otherwise, the script/program used is completely different.
I didn't say forcing, did I.
Staying on 1.1.4 really makes no sense.
The filesystem hasn't been changed, nor have the frameworks.
There were just minor improvements to the system and application stability.
I mean, it can't be that different, the name of this is package is LittleBear4A102.
That's because 1.1.3 was LittleBear4A93.
No this is not equal to the 1.1.3, it is the 1.1.4. We are using a similar script but that doesnt mean anything, it is the 1.1.4 firmware, just jailbreaking i the same way. And you can stay on 1.1.3, but they put out 1.1.4 for a reason, problaly setting up for the SDK.
Is that so?
I just did a diff of the 1.1.3 .sh and yours, they are exactly the same, minus the firmware location and vfdecrypt key.
You're replacing the same exact files as you did in 1.1.3.
Nice try though.
No duh, that's what i just said! We are using the same jailbreak method with different firmware!!! You can use the same methos with a different firmware genius.
You obviously have no idea how it works..
Were things like Safari changed? Yes.
Are they replaced by this? No.
[James]$ diff -w install.sh install.sh.lol
< /vfdecrypt -i /private/var/x/022-3742-100.dmg -k apparentlyyoucantpostkeyslol -o /private/var/decrypted.dmg
> /vfdecrypt -i /private/var/x/022-3893-4.dmg -k apparentlyyoucantpostkeyslol -o /private/var/decrypted.dmg
< /vfdecrypt -i /private/var/x/022-3743-100.dmg -k apparentlyyoucantpostkeyslol -o /private/var/decrypted.dmg
> /vfdecrypt -i /private/var/x/022-3894-4.dmg -k
>apparentlyyoucantpostkeyslol -o /private/var/decrypted.dmg
> cp -a /SpringBoard /mnt/System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/
> chmod a+x /mnt/SpringBoard /mnt/System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SpringBoard
> chmod +s /mnt/SpringBoard /mnt/System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SpringBoard
Thanks for playing.
haha hmm quick question i thought my installer f'ed up so i decided to restore to 1.1.1 from jailbreaked 1.1.3. so once installer is back up. can i jailbreak 1.1.1, jailbreak to 1.1.2 then do the follow steps in the thread to get jailbreaked 1.1.4?
tomorrow I will personally go back and check everything, but it is replacing the same files but they are from 1.1.4! So this is justifiable the same as 1.1.3 soft update was justifiable.
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