Manually install oktoprep?

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  1. koompi

    koompi New Member

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    I don't have access to wifi and I usually steal my neighbors for things when I need it, but it's been acting up lately and it'll show me connected with full bars (even though I know it's not supposed to be.) and I can't connect to the internet with it.

    But that's not the main problems, what is though is that I can't jailbreak my iPod 1.1.2 without oktoprep. I have the file (I think) but i'm not sure where to put it in my directory. Can someone help me?
    And yes my 1.1.1 is jailbroken with touchFree.

    And if you have a solution for what the deal is with my wifi I'd appreciate it.


    FILE:
    http://www.[PIRACY.mu].com/?d=HTGGAFWK
  2. darc10222

    darc10222 Banned

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    I don't think there is a manual way. Plus you need BSD Subsystem.
    My solution for the WiFi is don't illegaly piggyback off other people's (payed for) WiFi >_>.
  3. koompi

    koompi New Member

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    You'd do it too if you didn't have your own..

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  4. Axis

    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    You got me in a good mood.

    I went through the Conceited Software repo.

    heres what I found:

    <string>CopyPath</string>
    <string>sbin/</string>
    <string>/sbin/</string>

    /sbin/ looks like the directory.
  5. Redshift

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    You actually don't need BSD Subsystem for Oktoprep to work.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It's not illegal. Just cheap.
  7. koompi

    koompi New Member

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    OK so I put it in /usr/sbin/

    I'm uploading the file for anyone who might run into the same problem.

    Thanks for your help and I'll tell if it works out.
  8. pcoon55

    pcoon55 New Member

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    I attached the file (mknod) if you do not have it. You can add it to the 'sbin' directory. The reason it is added here is so that when you upgrade your firmware, the file is not deleted. As for the BSD Subsystem, you do not need it to go from 1.1.1-1.1.3.

    Also, if you are jailbreaking (which you are obviously), I recommend the ZiPhone method. It is very simple and takes about a minute to jailbreak the 1.1.3 firmware, rather than go from 1.1.1 to 1.1.2 to 1.1.3. And since you do not have wi-fi, this method is also better because only a pc is required.
  9. pcoon55

    pcoon55 New Member

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    also, the wifi issue.

    first, if you have a 169.xxx.xxx.xx IP, try hitting the renew lease button. If this does not work, your neighbors may have blocked your MAC address from the router. I reccommend that you try to change it and see if that works. To do so, take a look at this guide:
    http://www.ifans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=35210
  10. koompi

    koompi New Member

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    Putting it in usr/sbin/ didn't work..

    I'll just use the ZiPhone way.

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