Putting <RDEACTED>Key to Good Use

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  1. friedmannn

    friedmannn New Member

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    Since <REDACTED>Keys are now useless, I decided, why not put it to good use? A few weeks ago my untethered iPod went into Recovery Mode randomly, and I had no means of getting it out until after school. It was really annoying, so today I was thinking and changed the run rs commands on my iPod so that when run rs was sent over, it activated the commands needed to boot an iPod out of recovery mode. I put my iPod in Recovery Mode, plugged in the <REDACTED>Key, and it worked.

    What else could we use it for?
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    Ipwnnubletz Banned

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    Good idea, but we're not allowed to talk about "that company" here.
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    Pudding?
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    Ipwnnubletz Banned

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    Durp.
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    friedmannn New Member

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    Why? We aren't talking about "their" jailbreak, we're only talking about the dongle.
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    technically at this stage, it would be counted moreso as talking about a closed-source microcontroller that is setup for use with serial comm w/ an iPod touch / iPhone
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    Discussing commercial jailbreaks is not permitted. Thread closed.
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