[HOW TO] Jailbreak All Firmwares And Get Apps For Non-Wi-Fi Users [WINDOWS]

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  1. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    How To Jailbreak All Firmwares And Get Apps Without Installer For Non-Wi-Fi Users, Windows Only

    By Khaos139

    1. Choose Whether You Jailbreaking 1.1.1 / 2 Or 1.1.3 / 4

    2. Make Sure You Freshly Restored To That Firmware First

    1.1.1 / 2: Download iDemocracy For Windows Here: http://code.google.com/p/idemocracy/downloads/list

    1.1.3 / 4: Download iLiberty + Here: http://khaos139.890m.com/iLibertySetup_1.3.0.113.zip

    2. Now Follow The Guide Corresponding To The Program You Chosea;

    iDemocracy Jailbreak Guide
    1. Open iDemocracy And Have Your iPod Plugged In
    2. Click Modify Near The Top
    3. Click Jailbreak My iPhone (It Doesn't Matter If You Have A iPod Touch Or A iPhone, The Jailbreak Is The Same)

    iLiberty + Guide

    1. Open iLiberty + And Have Your iPod Plugged In
    2. Click Advanced at the top
    3. Click Available On Repo
    4. Click Refresh, Now a whole bunch will pop up
    5. Find Installer, Click it (Check it) and click download, Go Back To Standard
    6. Click Jailbreak And Make Sure Cydia Is Un-Checked, Then Go Back To Back To Advanced, Click Local Payloads, Click Installer
    7. Click Go For It
    8. Follow the instructions and let it do its thing

    Now For The Rest Of The Guide Is About Installing Apps And When You See Stuff About Typing In Contacts, Thats Just To Prevent Keyboard Problems

    iGopher-Installer Setup

    1. iGopher, The USB Installer
    1.1. Download iGopher Here: http://khaos139.890m.com/iGopher.zip
    NOTE: This Comes With Added Sources Necessary For The Jailbreak, If You Downloaded iGopher Not Through This Link Please Download The PackageSources.txt File Here: http://khaos139.890m.com/PackageSources.zip
    And Replace The One In The iGopher Folder With This One


    2. Creating Local Repo
    2.1. On Your iPod Open Settings And Go To General, Auto Lock, And Turn It To Never
    2.2. Open Gopher And Wait Till Its Done Refreshing
    2.3. Now I Am Gonna Give You A List Of All The Things You Need To Check, A + Next To The Name Means Thats The Folder Its In, A * Next To It Means The One You Need To Check

    + System
    * BSD Subsytem
    * SummerBoard
    * OpenSSH
    * Term-vt100

    + Tweaks
    * BSD Substem 2.0 Termfix

    + Tweaks 1.1.4 (1.1.3 / 4 Users Only)
    * SUID Lib Fix

    + Utilities
    * BossTool
    * Customize
    * BossPrefs

    + Khaos139
    * Library And Media Symlinks
    * SummerBoard Themes Fix
    * App Settings/Cookies Fix

    + 1.1.4 iPhone Applications
    * iPhone 1.1.4 Apps

    + Productivity
    * MobileFinder

    + Games
    * Tap Tap Revolution (TTR)

    + Development
    * Jiggy Runtime

    2.4. Make Sure Your iPod Is Connected And On Gopher Click File, Export Script, Now Wait A Few Seconds Till Its Done
    2.5. Now Follow These Steps In The Order They Appear

    Perfection

    This Is All On The iPod


    1. BSD Subsystem And Prevent Keyboard Problems
    1.1.Open contacts and pretend to add a contact and type randomly for 10 seconds, make sure you cancel
    1.2. Open installer
    1.3. Install:
    - BSD Subsystem
    - BSD Subsystem 2.0 Termfix
    1.4. Press the home button and let it respring
    1.5. Now go into installer and install:
    - SUID Lib Fix
    1.6. Press the home button and let it respring
    1.7. Open contacts again and pretend to add a contact and type randomly for 10 seconds, make sure you cancel
    1.8. Open installer and pretend to add a source, If the keyboard doesn't freeze you did good BUT MAKE SURE YOU CANCEL!


    2. BossTool (Move Applications)

    2.1. Open installer and install BossTool
    2.2. Hit the home button and let it respring
    2.3. Open BossTool and tap Free Disk Space and Relocate Them in this order:
    - Fonts
    - Ringtones
    - Applications
    2.4. Hit The Home Button
    2.5. Now Restart your iPhone/iPod Touch

    3. OpenSSH
    3.1. Open installer and install OpenSSH
    3.2. Hit the home button and Let it respring

    4. Create Symlinks Between Library And Media
    4.1. Install: Library And Media Symlinks
    4.2. Hit The Home Button And Let It Respring
    4.3. Restart Your iPhone/iPod Touch

    5. SummerBoard
    5.1. Install:
    - SummerBoard
    5.2. Now install:
    - SummerBoard Themes Fix
    it might say "Main Execution Script Failed" Don't worry, it still worked
    5.3. Hit the home button and let it respring
    5.4. Now Restart Your iPhone/iPod Touch


    6. Customize

    6.1. Open Installer And Install:
    - Customize App Source
    Let It Refresh
    6.2. Install Customize
    6.3. Hit The Home Button And Let It Respring
    6.4.Restart Your iPhone/iPod Touch

    [FIXES] Customize 2.0 Problems, Need Fixes?
    1. If you are having issues with Customize 2.0, go here: http://www.ifans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52356

    7. iPhone App Pack
    7.1. Install
    - iPhone 1.1.4 Apps
    7.2. Restart Your iPhone/iPod Touch

    8. Applications To Install

    8.1. Install These Applications:
    - Term-vt100
    - BossPrefs
    - MobileFinder
    - Tap Tap Revolution (TTR)
    - Jiggy Runtime

    9. Reactivate Cookies (Safari Not Remembering Passwords And Such) And Fix Certain Apps Like Weather Not Saving Settings
    9.1. Install: App Settings/Cookies Fix
    9.2. Hit The Home Button And Let It Respring
    9.3. Restart Your iPhone/iPod Touch

    About iGopher

    iGopher is made to be a usb installer for the iPod for Non-Wi-Fi Users. To add sources to iGopher open up PackageSources.txt and add them to it. What iGopher does is makes its own repository and downloads the apps on to your computer, then it replaces the installer sources with the local source so that you only see the packages you added. After you are done checking off the packages you want you click File then Export Script. To Restore back to the wifi Installer, Just Click File then Restore Script.

    More On iGopher Is Here: http://code.google.com/p/igopher/

    The Tutorial Part On How To Use It, If You Don't Get Mine Is The Part That Says Getting Started

  2. x6blues

    x6blues New Member

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    Great Guide.

    There are many users who lack wifi, so this is going to be the greatest help for them.

    Of course, mods please sticky.
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    Thx, i appreciate that, i just like making J/B Guides for some reason
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    2 Mistakes/Fixes:

    WHETHER not WEATHER.

    And you should change it to PRE-2.0 Firmware. Since 2.0 is not yet jailbreakable.
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    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    Um, HELLO? What are you posting on, where does it say Whether and where did you get 2.0 from?
  6. x6blues

    x6blues New Member

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    Lmao. He's high on some skittles/mountain dew.
  7. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    LOL, The True Acid Trip
  8. super51fan

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    nice guide
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    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    There we go, thats 2, just one more and ill be satisfied
  10. josephlaffan900

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    Nice guide!
    keep it up!

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