mobilefinder not working after 1.1.3 (DEV Team) jailbreak?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Jailbreak' started by jimbeam, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. jimbeam

    jimbeam Active Member

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    I used the installer jailbreak that skyler posted. I reinstalled the BSD subsystem And Finder.
    It lets me veiw the files but i cant move them or change anything. I have it set up the same way i always did every thing on exept loanch apps.
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    anyone els have this problem
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    I give up.
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    iatealitlebabie New Member

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    Go into mobilefinder and goto settings and make sure:
    Show Hidden Files is ON
    Show ".." Entry is ON
    Executable Launch is ON
    System File Access is ON
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    I did that but it still dosent work. i can only edit files on private/var/root. the old path the that 1.1.1 and 1.1.2 jailbreaks used.
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    Putty into your iPod and go to the Folder that is holding your MobileFinder.app..

    It's called either MobileFinder.app or Finder.app...

    either way..

    If you have NOT used Boss Tools, it's in /Applications.
    If you HAVE used Boss Tools, it's in /private/var/Applications.

    cd /

    then
    cd (type in which ever path holds your applications)

    Then
    chmod +s Finder.app/Finder

    That SHOULD allow you to now use Finder, with no issue.
    (The idea is, that the UID bit was not set)
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    Thanks Im at work so i will try this when i get home.

    thanks again.

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