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Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by Exosion, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. Exosion

    Exosion Member

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    I'm wondering if it's possibly to get a daemon on the touch that would send run rs to the device when booted up. The daemon could be similar to yellowsn0w and run at the first stage of boot up. Is this possible? Should this be explored?
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    I highly doubt it would be possible, since somebody would've probably already done something like this if it was...
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    If it's similar to yellowsn0w, I can assure that the Dev-Team has already considered it.
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    That's what I would have thought too, but I see no references anywhere to the idea being proven dead.
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    I am sure they have tried countless solutions that they haven't bothered documenting, though. This could be one of them. Obviously I don't know for sure since I am not on the Dev-Team. (lol)
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    Pretty sure a daemon would start later in the "chain of trust" than where it currently gets stuck and requires run rs to be sent.
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    1. that would imply we could already run unsigned code if we were running code to do the "run rs"

    2. the arm7_go exploit is at the bootloader stage, while to run a daemon like yellowsn0w as you say, would be in the kernel stage. the reason, in short, that the yellowsn0w daemon concept works, is because the baseband is a separate chip and you can send commands to it over uart, as it is not the application processor which you would already be have to be running pwned.

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