XP 64-bit Itunes and jailbreak?

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  1. Tony32

    Tony32 New Member

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    I have searched round ALOT, and I havent found any info about jailbreaking with Windows XP Pro 64-bit edition. I just wonder if there are any versions of Itunes that is compatible with xp-64 and with the redsn0w 0.8 version. What should I do? Anyone got a working (patched) version of Itunes that I can use? I have googled' for 2 hours. No success.


    EDIT: I managed to patch version 9.0.1 of Itunes. Will that work?
    Thanks in advance!


    btw, sorry for the doublepost ;<
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    i've used redsn0w on 64bit win7 on itunes 9, worked fine.
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    @thunderstruck7, that's because itunes64 works for Vista and Win7, but not XP64.
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    There IS a proven workaround to use ITunes and an IPOD Touch in XP 64

    Hey all, read my post on the Apple Support forum. This is working as of yesterday...

    http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2360631&tstart=0

    For those of you who were frustrated by the fact that Apple doesn't offer support to users who are working on Windows XP 64 bit, don't fear because there IS a workaround.

    Prerequisite:
    Orca MSI Editor (http://www.technipages.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/orca.Msi)
    ITunes 9
    7-Zip (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sevenzip/files/7-Zip/4.65/7z465-x64.msi/download)

    Step 1: Download Itunes 9 from Apple
    Step 2: Use 7-Zip to extract all the available .MSI files from the ITunes installer (right click the itunesetup file, EXTRACT ALL)
    Step 3: Right click ITunes 64.msi > edit with Orca > navigate to the launch condition table > change "Version NT64>600" to Version NT64>501" > save the file.
    Right click Bonjour64.msi and do the same, save and exit
    Right click Applemobiledevicesupport64.msi and do the same to that file
    Step 4: Install Itunes first, Bonjour 2nd then the AppleMobileDeviceSupport msi (there will be several prompts asking about Windows device driver signing, click continue anyway and proceed until the support drivers are ALL installed) file last.
    Step 5: Connect your Ipod Touch, Launch ITunes and you should be good to go!

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