[How To] Jailbreak 1.1.3/4 (iPod Touch 8gigabite)

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  1. Jencryzthers

    Jencryzthers New Member

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    HOW TO: JAILBREAK IPOD TOUCH 1.1.3/4
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    <ITUNE>
    Restore Firmware (ex: 1.1.3 ou 1.1.4)

    Download this file: Jailbreak.exe

    <IPOD>
    1 . Take off ipod touch from USB plug.
    2 . Close the iPod Touch.
    3 . Press and Hold "Home button" and plug it Back in USB plug.
    4 . Double Clic on Laucher.exe.
    5 . Follow Instruction on screen


    http://ziphone.org/ (1.0) << THANKS TO ZIBRI <<<
    http://DevJC.net/Community/

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    March, 2008,

    Description: This Will Completly Jailbreak your iPod Touch so it will allow you total access of the iPod. Also allow you to customize it the way you want by installing an Install.app on your springboard.

    (This is an Updated Version of my First Post and I added step cuz i got some PMs)

    -Install BSD Subsystem first.
    -Install OpenSSH

    You can now install everything in Install.app

    (if you're having problem, go in Coresystem and change the Version 1.1.4 to 1.1.3)

    Computing: Require Windows 98,2000,XP Or Vista.
  2. lakau

    lakau New Member

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    anyone test yet?
  3. bluetiger20

    bluetiger20 New Member

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    i dont think the program is functioning.

    i went to unzip it, and it wanted to unzip to my system32 folder. but i put it with my downloads instead. then i ran it, and Vista kept saying the program was not responding.

    this leads me to believe that this is actually a virus, and that you should NOT install it.

    although i have no proof of my theory, some of this whole thing just seems sketchy to me.

    I would say AVOID this until the owner can come back and prove to us this works.
  4. Jencryzthers

    Jencryzthers New Member

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    This is perfectly running. I just zipped it. Run a virus scan there no virus.

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