Stop using NateTrue's jailbreak.

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Jailbreak' started by jfb392, Jan 26, 2008.

  1. jfb392

    jfb392 New Member

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    Some words about the NateTrue jailbreak.

    You're just doing a fake restore with a decrytped .bin file, so it doesn't matter if it's the iPhone software.
    It's not supposed to be that way, who knows what damage you could be doing.
    Also, remember that the SDK is coming soon.
    You'll be happy to know that Nate's method makes any SDK applications unusable, because it doesn't put the Nikita daemon in place, which is the application delivery system.
    Stop using and supporting a crappy method, downgrade to 1.1.1 and jailbreak to 1.1.2.
    Don't stay on 1.1.1, if you don't upgrade to 1.1.2, your music purchased from iTunes won't work anymore, as a new DRM system was put in place and 1.1.2 gives you the ability to play it.
    Also, the Dev Team recommends being on 1.1.2 for their jailbreak.
    They will be testing it tonight, hopefully for a quick release.

    P.S. Something interesting, the 1.1.3 touch firmware can be decrypted with the same key as the iPhone firmware.
    If you want to mess around with it, download the iBrickr pack and on a Unix system, run the following in the same directory:
    strings ibrickr.exe | grep vfdecrypt

    Run that string, of course using vfdecrypt, and changing 43 to 42 in the .dmg name; it will give you a decrypted filesystem .dmg.

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    Sticky maybe?

    If you're reading this thread from the start and want the general ideas, see this post.
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    Bitter New Member

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    I agree with you. That is why I am staying on 1.1.2, I don't trust any of the jailbreak releases unless it is from an extremely trusted source, and jailbreaks properly, not in any messy or potentially dangerous way. I understand some people are anxious to jailbreak right away, but it might be best to wait, patience is a virtue.




    Bitter.
  3. ccmn

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    When its out. I'll Just force restore and do it again. I'm getting pretty good at it!
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    Seems like you have failed a couple of times in Jb'ing lol

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    jstlookinground New Member

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    the dev team has been saying they are going to give it out tomorrow for a lot of tomorrows. and there is nothing wrong with nates jailbreak. one of the devs actually came in here and said it doesnt hurt anything and its not illegal. let it go.
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    i did it 6 times, and still, when i turn on my ipod (i usually just put it into sleep) i have to go to iphuc and take it out of recovery mode!
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    preach brother preach
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    Agreed. I respect the OP's opinion, but I just spent my day jailbreak with NateTrue's method and it now works flawlessly. I actually think that this firmware with Jailbreak seems more stable then in the past.

    I understand if you want to wait, but for your post to be Sticky worthy is quite obnoxious.
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    someones a bit jelous
    you odviously failed badly

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  10. jfb392

    jfb392 New Member

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    I don't care if it's not illegal, it's a piece of crap.
    Please educate yourself.
    You're running the iPhone OS on an iPod touch, that's why you have to patch Springboard, etc.

    NerveGas stated they'll be testing tonight, and he's not an idiot.

    [05:24] <@NerveGas> DEV TEAM IS TESTING OUR JAILBREAK TONIGHT.
    [05:24] <@NerveGas> RELEASE IS PRETTY DARN CLOSE. I PROMISE.

    You know, you need to make sure your method actually works before releasing it.
    For proof, see the disaster of a jailbreak right now.

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    I don't think you understand that you won't be able to use SDK apps either, isn't that the point of updating to 1.1.3?
    Of course you want the Springboard wiggle, etc. but what's the point of having an SDK-ready firmware and no way to use it?

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