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  • 2 More Jailbreak 2.0 Videos - Cydia running great on 2.0
    The Dev Team has released two more videos, essentially proving the 2.0 jailbreak. These videos show an item actually being bought in the AppStore, and then another package being downloaded from Cydia, right onto the iPhone. EDIT: It shows installed packages in Cydia, not one being installed.

    [ame="http://www.vimeo.com/1327111"]Bootneuter 2.0 on Vimeo[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.vimeo.com/1326377"]2.0 Demo on Vimeo[/ame]

    Installer has not yet been ported to be functional in 2.0, nor have we got word that Nullriver is going to do so. However, Cydia is functioning beautifully on 2.0, and is supported by all major community sources except iSpazio. Look to be installing and rocking Cydia very soon. In fact, the jailbreak methods include an option to install Cydia directly from the jailbreak screen.

    Hurray for APT.

    blog.iphone-dev.org
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 2 More Jailbreak 2.0 Videos - Cydia running great on 2.0 started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 120 Comments
    1. imode's Avatar
      imode -
      Quote Originally Posted by tattoojack View Post
      YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES!

      better than sittin here readin all the fanboys cryin bout their precious!!!!!

      we are all waitin.

      i say the more informed we are now the less people will screw it up. i think they should make you watch a tutorial on its use before the download link even became available.

      then when you think you saw the whole thing and are about to get a download link to pwn your phone,
      Maybe noobs should have to take and pass an exam before they are allowed to post... I bet with the 3G out we are going to start seeing posts again like:

      1. will this unlock my ipod touch? (my favourite)
      2. does it work on T-mobile?
      3. my (girlfriend/infant son/dog) accidentally hit the update button on iTunes, now my iPhone is bricked... please help...
    1. dale1v's Avatar
      dale1v -
      People, Cydia works fine on 2.0, and what it does is filter the source list of apps, so you can only see the ones are 2.0 ready...but not a lot of apps are 2.0 ready.
    1. robgomz's Avatar
      robgomz -
      cool
    1. Dash-2's Avatar
      Dash-2 -
      Installer is being remade to work on 2.0 =D

      Installer 4.0 available soon in a Pwned Device Near You | iSpazio - The iPhone Blog
    1. timbo's Avatar
      timbo -
      Quote Originally Posted by HarlemState View Post
      wasnt a big fan of cydia.....loved installer, hope someone can get it up and running :-(
      I second that Cydia in not nearly as good a Installer. I miss all my apps, but love 2.0
      I have faith in the Spicy Chicken!!!!!!!!!!
    1. tattoojack's Avatar
      tattoojack -
      it could be months before you are happy with 2.0 like u were with 1.1.4, u know apps workin and installed, no crashin or buggyness. Hell i know for a fact i will end up havin to restore after 2.0 at least five or six times just from installin apps and screwin it up!
    1. huntor's Avatar
      huntor -
      Quote Originally Posted by Napoleon_PhoneApart View Post
      No problem. Yiou and your buddy can both pay for the jailbreak app when it comes out. Jeesh!
      or we could wait 2 weeks and get the free version.
    1. loocfa's Avatar
      loocfa -
      Yes please post the new techer video
      please that would be awesome
      We hqve all waited a longtime for this what's a few more days.
      upload that video sir!!!!!!!!asap
      thanks
    1. Philbert's Avatar
      Philbert -
      Every time I hear Boy George I think of Opus meeting him while performing with Billy & The Boingers (or was it Deathtongue?).

      BG: "Hi I'm Boy George"
      Opus: "Uh, Hi I'm Penguin Opus"
    1. B1naryPi's Avatar
      B1naryPi -
      Awesome!
      Hey I got a question.
      Cydia has the OpenSSH package right? If that is so, then why couldn't you manually put installer.app unto your iphone via SSH if you wanted to? Wouldn't that work?
    1. paulhoffmann4086's Avatar
      paulhoffmann4086 -
      Quote Originally Posted by B1naryPi View Post
      Awesome!
      Hey I got a question.
      Cydia has the OpenSSH package right? If that is so, then why couldn't you manually put installer.app unto your iphone via SSH if you wanted to? Wouldn't that work?
      ya. seriously. if cydia has openSSH then you could either manually put everything from installer in it or just the whole installer had.. good thinking. it just might buggy or you would have to set the permessions
    1. stefman's Avatar
      stefman -
      I can't wait to go to 2.0! The Dev Team are Gods!
    1. sk8rliv's Avatar
      sk8rliv -
      pwnage 2.0's release is tuesday at noon. according the the yiphone.org code.
    1. imode's Avatar
      imode -
      Quote Originally Posted by paulhoffmann4086 View Post
      ya. seriously. if cydia has openSSH then you could either manually put everything from installer in it or just the whole installer had.. good thinking. it just might buggy or you would have to set the permessions
      Doesn't work like that. Have to recompile the source against the 2.0 frameworks.
    1. DarkoNova's Avatar
      DarkoNova -
      Quote Originally Posted by HarlemState View Post
      wasnt a big fan of cydia.....loved installer, hope someone can get it up and running :-(
      Ditto. I prefer Installer, and hopefully it gets ported to 2.0.

      Matt
    1. bigc90805's Avatar
      bigc90805 -
      Quote Originally Posted by sk8rliv View Post
      pwnage 2.0's release is tuesday at noon. according the the yiphone.org code.
      How did you figure that out
    1. nicoand's Avatar
      nicoand -
      YiPhone is coming - Decrypted countdown 1 day and 10 hours check it out at yiphone.org
    1. kane2007uk's Avatar
      kane2007uk -
      Found this on iSpazio's site:

      The Ripdev and Nullriver are working in a new installer compatible with firmware 2.0 this is what we found in their blog

      I am fairly sure you are all excited with the newly opened App Store (just like I am). I’ve already purchased a bunch of applications (and of course, downloaded a few for free), and I must say big “thank you” to both Apple for rolling out such a system and to the developers who put a tremendous effort into creating all these applications.


      However, as you may (or may not) know, certain tools will never make it to the App Store. One example would be our own Kate, or IntelliScreen, or a bunch of others that do not wish to adhere to the strict artificial limits set to the applications for the App Store - because many of these limitations are, in fact, aimed at protecting Apple’s advantage at deploying certain new products on the iPhone, and not at the “performance and memory usage monitoring” as it is officially called.

      Either way, the Installer.app will continue to evolve. In fact, the new version, 4.0, is in the final stages of development. We expect it to stay the premier tool for installing applications that do not present in the App Store, giving you best of both worlds - as it will peacefully co-exist with the existing App Store. I will publish short facts about what’s new in the Installer 4 - and, to predict some questions as to “when will it be available”, I will say - immediately or shortly after the iPhone Dev Team releases new PWNAGE.

      Today’s focus is on the repository format. As you know, for Installer.app to work, it has to contact one or more repository servers - most of which are maintained by third parties. The format of the repository didn’t change since version 1.0 of Installer, and we have decided to take the opportunity and change that (since none of the software created for 1.1.4 will work on 2.0 anyway). There was two main issues for the “old” repositories: bandwidth and troubles with the compatibility. Let me elaborate.

      Bandwidth usage. Whenever Installer.app on your iPhone (or iPod touch) was refreshing a source, it was fetching the whole repository listing, which can be quite large (for example, for Ste packaging it’s currently around 700 Kb). Of course, this consumed bandwidth on your end, as well as repository owner’s end - and multiplied by the number of the iPhones around, this could easily be hundreds of gigabytes of data per day.

      Second issue was compatibility. You never was sure whether the package you’re downloading was going to work under your particular firmware version. Many package authors have worked around this by presenting the alert sheet to the user after the package was downloaded - which is not the optimal solution.

      The new repository format solves both issues. First, it downloads much more compact packages listing from the server, resulting in over than 3 times less bandwidth. And second, the script behind the repository is smart enough to filter the packages based on the firmware version you’re using and only give you the packages that can be installed there. Nice, isn’t it?

      So Installer is coming, just be patient, my only worry is how long are we gonna have to wait for a Windows unlock/jailbreak app, or is this YiPhone gonna be for Win, seeing as it's by Geohot who was I believe working with Zibri.
    1. timbo's Avatar
      timbo -
      Tomorrow looks to be an exciting day