How to send commands to iRecovery from .bat?

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  1. mrgrim94

    mrgrim94 New Member

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    I am trying to make a bat to boot my run rs jailbreak( i know that it is fast already but i don't want to open command prompt)
  2. Veritas06

    Veritas06 New Member

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    I use decovery-runrs by alaric/dhowett. Let me see if i can find a link
  3. TheKKKiller

    TheKKKiller New Member

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    I don't have my iPod set to the Run RS jailbreak, but whatever the command you have to type is in the CMD, add that to a batch file made with notepad.

    so here's an example using CMD commands

    Code:
    cd C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\WhereverTheiRecoveryFolderIs
    Run RS command here
    
    Save that in notepad with your directory where iRecovery folder is, and with the correct Run RS command you usually type in the CMD, and as filename.bat
  4. Legendairy

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    use redj0hnny, if you have, make a text file inside the same folder as so:

    redj0hnny cmd "run rs"

    and save it as a .bat

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