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Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by red_5, Mar 15, 2009.

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  1. red_5

    red_5 Member

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    I'm done. I'm going back to the stock firmware. As nice as it was, I couldn't stand spending 2 hours every night fixing the next batch of problems.

    Thanks an so long...
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    I don't get why people do this; we don't really need to know.
    That's too bad though, jailbreaking is fun.
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    I don't read about many people having problems, only a few. wonder why...
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    I think the 2g's security makes it too unstable
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    a) very interesting info I was wondering if you were going to restore (sarcasm, thread is useless)
    b) not everyone is having problems, most people are running just fine, including me. I seriously do not know what you are doing to cause all these problems but stop and it'll work out. Or maybe you're a so called "n00b" and do not know how to properly apply the jailbreak.
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    What security?
    The only security I can think of is that now things are correctly sig-checked (like the LLB) and are still stored in their containers (which turned out to be epic fail on Apple's part).
    The 24kpwn exploit runs it's payload once at boot, then things run normally (albeit, without signature checks).
    It's not like the whole boot process is destroyed because a subroutine is messed with once..
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    I have had no problems not with the tehtehred neither with the untethered - so i dont get your point
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