iPhone 1.1.2 Apps

Discussion in 'iPhone Applications on iPod touch' started by astro237, Nov 11, 2007.

  1. astro237

    astro237 New Member

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    Here is how to get the iPhone 1.1.2 Apps on a windows machine.

    Download iPhone1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.ipsw from Apple
    Rename iPhone1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.ipsw to iPhone1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.zip

    Unzip the file 022-3725-1.dmg from iPhone1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.zip

    download vfdecrypt112.exe (google and you will find)

    from a dos window type the following:

    vfdecrypt112 022-3725-1.dmg iphone.dmg

    download 30 day eval of TransMac (google and you will find)

    Open iphone.dmg with TransMac

    Extract the applications you want and transfer to iPod Touch like you did with the 1.1.1 files
  2. Lemures

    Lemures New Member

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    Haven't tried it, but if this works, thank you for posting it.
  3. jimmylvo

    jimmylvo New Member

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    i'll do that later.
    and of course i've seen it somewhere before that i dun remember.
    never mind

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  4. hakaida0

    hakaida0 New Member

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    Thanks, cuz, for pointing me in the right direction! BTW, I would just follow the same procedure for 1.1.2 apps as I would for the 1.1.1, yeah?

    EDIT: Thanks! I got all the latest and greatest apps now! *satisfied*
  5. taikmata

    taikmata New Member

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    downloaded vfdecrypt112.exe and typed thecommand but says libeay32.dll misisng

    downloaded libeay32.dll and copied to c:\windows\system

    typed the command again and this timeit says ordinal 2572 could not be located in the libeay32.dll

    anyone willing to point in the right direction? thx
  6. hakaida0

    hakaida0 New Member

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    This is what you need...

    http://www.stunnel.org/download/stunnel/win32/openssl-0.9.7c/libeay32.dll

    EDIT: put it in the same folder with vfdecrypt... "I would do that instead of messing with the windows system folder unnecessarilly."
  7. idono1301

    idono1301 New Member

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    same for me..

    edit: nvm thanks
  8. eddy1103

    eddy1103 New Member

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    Any vfdecrypt app for mac ?
  9. hugo

    hugo New Member

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    seriously!!
    damn you windows users!
  10. eddy1103

    eddy1103 New Member

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    I was asking for a way to perform this decryption on a mac.

    Anyway, I managed to do this with a PC..

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