iOS 4.2 tinyumbrella port 80 issue

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  1. azntiger1000

    azntiger1000 Member

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    for some reason my tinyumbrella is flagging me port 80 issue. i dont have skype on or anything like that. i try to kill the port 80 issue with taskkill and i dont seem to find that error.

    anyone else is having this issue and trying to solve it? i really need help thanks.
  2. TchnclFl

    TchnclFl New Member

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    I have the same problem. It seems to have cached my SHSH blobs anyways though..
  3. azntiger1000

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    yeah it got all of my shsh blobs. i shouldn't bee too much of a problem since all my blobs are on cydia but just in case i want to be able to host it from my computer.
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    halolordkiller3 Well-Known Member

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    run as an adminstrator, sometimes that does the trick. Also why is this in the 4.2 jailbreak section? lol
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    oh lol because I don't know where else to put t sorry
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    run cmd as admin and type in netstat -a -b
    look very carefully at everything that apears and anything that has :80 at the end of all the numbers, make a note of them,
    for me there was only one thing using port 80 it was called Kservice so since this wasnt a program i had open i went to ctrl alt del task manager show all processess and ended the kservice and voila what do u no it worked!

    enjoy

    Dannyk90
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    go into your firewall and add a port 80.

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