iOS 4.0 Nullify iOS 4.0.2?

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  1. chickenmatt5

    chickenmatt5 Community Development Staff Member

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    So, iOS 4.0.2 blocked the PDF "hole" that Comex used to jailbreak. Didn't someone come up with a PDF block on Cydia? If so, can't we find the files that are responsible for the PDF block in iOS 4.0.2 and remove them?
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    And why not? Isn't the hole patch simply more files?
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    How are you supposed to patch it if it isn't jailbroken?
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    ^yep. Think through your theory. You cannot root-access without a jailbreak hahaha
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    No jailbreak = no root access

    no root access = no delete block

    no delete block = 4.0.2

    4.0.2 = NO JB FOR MC
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    Or could you do it in the ispw?
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    ^No. Apple most likely put that information in the locked DMG file, which needs a VERY long password to get into.
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    Ah I see, makes sense

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