I hope to help Chronic by working on the JB.

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  1. Edin.

    Edin. New Member

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    So this morning I started to work on the 2G iPod Touch jailbreak using some material from both Chronic Dev & the iPhone Dev Team. So far, I got nothing done really but just learning some useful information about the 2G's Kernal, KBAG, iBootFlags and all of that good stuff. So far, I kind of got the gist of how the iPod Touch 2G works but I was wondering if there was a PC version of iRecovery that I can use seeing how I run a XP OS.

    Other than that, I believe I can smooth sail from there but that's only if I see how this thing functions on iRecovery. So far, I came up with a code name for the 2G Jailbreak. I call it, Foxtrot. Don't ask why, but seeing the 3G Unlock code name yellowsn0w, I figured I should come up with a fancy name. =P

    Oh and by the way, I was thinking maybe we should help Chronic out who knows how the 2G works. We can have one or two people working on Firmware Tags, whilst the other works on the Bootrom DFU or something.

    Thoughts?
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    lmao, I don't know if your making sh*t up..but foxtrot is EPIC
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  5. Edin.

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    So I installed the Windows version of iRecovery but I encountered a problem -- or maybe I just don't get what they mean by this everytime I try to run the iRecovery.exe from the iRecovery_SVN:

    Instructions:

    Run and install "libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.12.1.exe.
    Done.

    Open a command prompt and cd into the "iRecovery_SVN" directory.
    I don't seem to get what they mean by opening a command prompt and cd.
    Run iRecovery to display the instruction for the program.
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    Ok Start>Run>Type CMD> in cmd type cd and then C:\Documents and Settings\Your USERNAME\Desktop\iRecoveryWin32\iRecovery\iRecovery_SVN or the place that folder is located. After that type iRecovery.exe and you should see the instructions.
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    CD stands for Change Directory, your just moving to the directory where it's located..

    and that's all I know

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    ^^ What I said.

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    They mean command prompt as in the Windows terminal, Start, Run, Cmd. Once you are there, you need to cd, or change directory(?), to the root of your svn. Hope this helps!
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    Cool.

    If you manage to hack it by yourself.

    Make a Video post it on youtube. And Post it here. That will shut a lot of people up.
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