You do not have adequate system privileges

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  1. n1cholas

    n1cholas New Member

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    I've a Run Rs JB. Once I connect my iPod to the USB, my iPod will boot into recovery mode and itunes will start too. I've been trying to use a guided boot up app or manually with the terminal but it still won't work.

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    Then I checked the terminal which says "You do not have adequate system privileges"

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    I've unplugged, reconnect it again, use the bootup app and yet it's still on recovery mode even though I did not receive the error message again.

    So, the only option now is to DFU and use a bootup app. No issue at all.
  2. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    sudo -s
    password:

    That should get you through.

    If not, chmod +x rslite
  3. n1cholas

    n1cholas New Member

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    Dude, I'm stuck here

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    nic : Desktop Nicholas$ ./rslite
    rslite - by the iPhone Dev Team, 2009.
    --THIS IS AN UNSUPPORTED TOOL--

    Connecting...
    You do not have adequate system privileges
    nic : Desktop Nicholas$ chmod +x rslite
    nic : Desktop Nicholas$ ./rslite
    rslite - by the iPhone Dev Team, 2009.
    --THIS IS AN UNSUPPORTED TOOL--

    Connecting...
    You do not have adequate system privileges
    nic : Desktop Nicholas$ sudo -s
    bash-3.2#

    --------------------------------------------------
    I unplugged and reconnect.

    Last login: Fri Mar 6 15:51:48 on ttys000
    nic:~ Nicholas$ cd /Users/Nicholas/Desktop
    nic: Desktop Nicholas$ chmod +x rslite
    nic: Desktop Nicholas$ ./rslite
    rslite - by the iPhone Dev Team, 2009.
    --THIS IS AN UNSUPPORTED TOOL--

    Connecting...


    =======================================
    ::
    :: iBoot for n72ap, Copyright 2008, Apple Inc.
    ::
    :: BUILD_TAG: iBoot-385.22
    ::
    :: BUILD_STYLE: RELEASE
    ::
    :: USB_SERIAL_NUMBER: SRNM:[]
    ::
    =======================================

    [FTL:MSG] Apple NAND Driver (AND) RO
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 0.
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 1.
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 2.
    [FIL:INF]Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 3.
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 4.
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 5.
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 6.
    [FIL:INF] Found chip id 0xba94d598 on CS 7.
    [FTL:MSG] FIL_Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] BUF_Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FPart Init [OK]
    read new style signature 0x43313132 (line:290)
    [WMR:ERR] NAND format invalid (mismatch, corrupt, read error or blank NAND device)
    [WMR:ERR] boolSignatureFound false boolProductonFormatVerified true nSig 0x43313132
    ******************************************************************************
    ******************************************************************************
    AND: NAND initialisation failed due to format mismatch or uninitialised NAND.
    AND: Please reboot with reformatting enabled.
    ******************************************************************************
    ******************************************************************************
    NAND failed initialiation
    Boot Failure Count: 0 Panic Fail Count: 0
    Delaying boot for 0 seconds. Hit enter to break into the command prompt...
    root filesystem mount failed
    Entering recovery mode, starting command prompt
    ] [Recovery] run rs
    running script at 0xff379d8
    finished running script (EOF at 0xff379e1)
    arm7_stop
    ] [Recovery]
  4. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    sudo ./rslite

    Try that.
  5. MuscleNerd

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    You'll get that "not adequate" message (as opposed to "permission denied") if *another* application is already connected to the device. So quit that other application (iTunes, in your case).
  6. n1cholas

    n1cholas New Member

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    Nope. Still won't work.

    Last login: Sat Mar 7 12:39:31 on ttys002
    nic:~ Nicholas$ cd /Users/Nicholas/Desktop/iPod\ Booter.app/Contents/Resources/
    nic:Resources Nicholas$ sudo ./rslite
    Password:
    rslite - by the iPhone Dev Team, 2009.
    --THIS IS AN UNSUPPORTED TOOL--

    Connecting...
    Apple Mobile Device (Recovery Mode)
    CPID:8720 CPRV:10 CPFM:03 SCEP:01 BDID:00 ECID:000003485C0DCDEC SRNM:[9C839NX3203]
    [Recovery] run rs
    running script at 0xff379d8
    finished running script (EOF at 0xff379e1)
    arm7_stop
    ] [Recovery]


    MuscleNerd: Well Noted.
  7. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Doesn't your device have to be in DFU mode to work? NOT Recovery?
  8. Veritas06

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    For run rs it's supposed to work in recovery
  9. n1cholas

    n1cholas New Member

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    DFU = Tethered / Semi-Tethered
    Recovery = Run Rs

    Guys, I've re-flashed the NOR and am still stuck with run rs

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