iOS 4.0 [GUIDE] How to keep your jailbreak and unlock when updating to the new firmware

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by Saphiresurf, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. Saphiresurf

    Saphiresurf Member

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    This is a copy and paste from posixninja's git repo. Using posixninjas idevecerestore we can restore your iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad without flashing the nor so it preserves your jailbreak, but not your files.

    Requirements:
    Git
    Linux
    Computer
    iDevice


  2. AMurphy

    AMurphy Banned

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    wow this is cool
  3. Shengis14

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    Wow this is so old it's unbelievable!
    And you should change the description to say it will only preserve
    Bootrom, iboot and LLB jailbreaks, not star or spirit
    And there us already a thread in this, please search before posting
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    Saphiresurf Member

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    Oh sorry I could'nt find it in the search

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    Also, while your compiling guide is good the title is misleading, if you posted a actual guide to
    Using it however, then it could be quite good
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    Very nice!
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    are there any videos on how to do it?
    it would be much simpler
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    All you need to do is copy and paste into terminal..
  10. chickenmatt5

    chickenmatt5 Community Development Staff Member

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    Might this work when upgrading to iOS 4.1?

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