[TO-DO LIST] What is needed to be done in order to jailbreak 3.0

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0 Jailbreak' started by FreeThatAppleDevice, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. FreeThatAppleDevice

    FreeThatAppleDevice Banned

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    Hey guys, this is a quick list of what is needed to be done in order to jailbreak 3.0

    - Patch the RSA check out of iBoot and LLB

    - Get the filesystem key so that the filesystem can be opened up and Cydia and everything it needs can be put into the filesystem.

    - Patch the code signing check out of the kernel

    Most of you don't understand what the list means, but it's for anyone that is familiar with this field.
  2. David.

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    Yea pretty much same steps for the original JB for the Second Gen.
  3. FreeThatAppleDevice

    FreeThatAppleDevice Banned

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    Yeah. Haha.
    ahaha oh and dude nice signature xD
  4. David.

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    XD Thanks lol. Just found it like 5 mins ago. And yea, I suppose it will just be release, well Im pretty sure, when the firmware is released. No point in saying "JAILBREAK FOR 3.0 IS OUT" Just will cause spam of beggers for leaks. So yea, i say waiting is good.
  5. dranfi

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    This is not quite necessary true :
    Patch the RSA check out of iBoot and LLB : you can restore a backup of the entire NOR from 2.2, it's still going to work. I think putting the 2.2 iBoot and LLB (from 2.2 ipsw) in the 3.0 ipsw should work too.

    Get the filesystem key so that the filesystem can be opened up and Cydia and everything it needs can be put into the filesystem. : Not needed with the QuickPwn technique (DFU exploit is still there).

    But Patch the code signing check out of the kernel is indeed required for jailbreaking, although changing the etc/fstab to enable Filesystem Write Access and patching System/Library/Lockdown/Services.plist to install Apple File Connection v2 (should allowed software like diskaid to access the /) should not require kernel patching (the stock kernel only check signature on binary files, so a modified configuration file should not be a problem).
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    Yeah patching LLB and iBoot will be easy because Apple didn't bother to encrypt them(in the beta anyways). The filesystem key is the hardest because the KBAGS are highly encrypted

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