Dual boot 2.1 and 1.1.4

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  1. nathan93

    nathan93 New Member

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    Hi, I have a jailbroken 1g 8gb ipod touch. It is jailbroken in 2.1 using quickpwn and has cydia and installer installed. I would really like to dual boot this firmware with 1.1.4, because some of my favorite apps never got ported to the new installer. Please, dont repsond to this by saying to wait for it to be ported or that 1.1.4 is obselete now. I am looking for either a guide or a video or a program. I dont care how long it takes. Thank you
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    giannaros New Member

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    I think you cant do that.
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    andybno1 Banned

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    there was a project to try dual booting but it turned out to be way tricky and the person who attempted this ended up messin their iPod up and had to buy a new one.
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    Actually it was Chris Stroud who tried this and i dont believe he messed up his ipod. Ill look for the thread.

    Here it is.
    http://www.ifans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=76267
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    andybno1 Banned

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    I stand corrected then

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    I think I may have seen a youtube video perhaps I honestly can't remember
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    well I found this old article dating back to March 2008 which says the dev team had been dual booting for some time.

    WARNING: I will post the link to the step by step guide but I take NO responsibility if YOU choose to do this.

    this guide is quite involved and requires some command line work

    http://www.zdziarski.com/papers/dualboot.html

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