This may help with the jailbreak (not sure)

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by redsnow, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. redsnow

    redsnow New Member

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    ok so I seen that musclenerd applys redsnow to the iPod while it is turned on well what if he applyed redsnow as the system is sutting off ?

    Or apply redsnow as the system is booting?

    Not sure if this will work but it wouldent hurt to try
  2. rasco13

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    its more complicated than that
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    he applied redsn0w when it is already booted up. but the signature checks prevent the ipod from running. then redsn0w is patched. sig checks are removed. after another reboot, sigchecks are back again hoooray

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  4. redsnow

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    well it wouldent hurt to try... He got nothing to lose
  5. rasco13

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    ok theres your answer
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    God, this forum is idiotic.
  7. M.J.B.

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    now they all are
  8. jlgm25

    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    to the guy above M J B

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    what? lol. at least we're answering his questions. please if you don't mind, please don't post.

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    thank you.
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    Sorry to put so blantenly, but you're a dumbass...
  10. petllama

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    from what i can tell he applys the patch directly into the RAM, which is volatile (as soon as power is cut to the RAM, anything in it is cleared/lost). If he were to apply the patch while shutting the ipod down, the "crack" would just be lost, which is why he must do it while the device is powered on. First post, hopefully im correct ^_^

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