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  • Dev Team 1.1.1 Jailbreak
    cash edit: Read our Jailbreaking 1.1.1 on OSX Guide HERE
    Windows Guide HERE

    The Dev Team has now announced a 1.1.1 jailbreak method which allows for:
    • Downgrading to 1.0.2 (if necessary)
    • Preparing the iPhone for a jailbroken update
    • Performing a software update, leaving you with a jailbroken v1.1.1
    • Forcing v1.1.1 to mount read-write so you can access it
    • Installing SSH and BSD world
    • Activating with a Non-ATT SIM
    • Patching SpringBoard to allow third-party applications
    • Clean-up
    This does NOT allow you to unlock a 1.1.1 iPhone, and WILL NOT WORK ON AN UNLOCKED IPHONE. Again, if you have unlocked your iPhone, DO NOT DO THIS.

    Download here.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Dev Team 1.1.1 Jailbreak started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 617 Comments
    1. TheYoshi's Avatar
      TheYoshi -
      Quote Originally Posted by daniel_emt View Post
      oh yeah man, i've been through that twice, and the BSD world, Everything seemed to work, but i can't ssh my phone from cyberduck.
      Try skipping cyberduck and using the scp method I posted for ya. At least you should be able to get installer on then and that's really what you need more than anything else.

      Quote Originally Posted by PhoneLine View Post
      Ok, I'm closer I think......I saw the commands in the bsd directory...so switched over to the bin folder and now got a permission error....so its finding it now. I double checked the access and its rwxr-xr-x

      /private/var/root/bin$ rm /var/root/Media
      -sh: line 42: ./rm: Permission denied


      Thoughts?
      Try renaming it instead of removing it

      mv /var/root/Media /var/root/Media.bak

      Quote Originally Posted by PhoneLine View Post
      Ok, I'm closer I think......I saw the commands in the bsd directory...so switched over to the bin folder and now got a permission error....so its finding it now. I double checked the access and its rwxr-xr-x

      /private/var/root/bin$ rm /var/root/Media
      -sh: line 42: ./rm: Permission denied


      Thoughts?
      restart your iPhone then try this stuff again btw, I think it could use a reboot to catch some stuff you've added.
    1. geoffl1's Avatar
      geoffl1 -
      Quote Originally Posted by geoffl1 View Post
      post up a screen shot of fstab if you dont mind...

      also, this may sound like a stupid question but did you put that file in the same folder as your iphoneinterface?

      idk man... other than restart the phone a few times, im out of ideas
    1. daniel_emt's Avatar
      daniel_emt -
      Quote Originally Posted by TheYoshi View Post
      Try skipping cyberduck and using the scp method I posted for ya. At least you should be able to get installer on then and that's really what you need more than anything else.
      I followed your directions and got installer and the new plist so i can see the isntaller via Terminal. But there are no sources and Installer is blank then crashes after 10-15seconds. I am assuming this internet plug in goes somewhere for that, but can't figure it out. I assumed in "/System/Library/Internet Plug-Ins" because thats how it was set up in the installer folder I DL'd and it usually works that way, now i think i've created a folder where it doesn't belong...whoops.

      But i DO have Installer displaying properly on my iPhone, just nothing when i open it up. Getting closer.
    1. geoffl1's Avatar
      geoffl1 -
      Quote Originally Posted by PhoneLine View Post
      Ok, I'm closer I think......I saw the commands in the bsd directory...so switched over to the bin folder and now got a permission error....so its finding it now. I double checked the access and its rwxr-xr-x

      /private/var/root/bin$ rm /var/root/Media
      -sh: line 42: ./rm: Permission denied


      Thoughts?

      This is the right dir structure I should have, correct? Want to make sure the bsd files are in the right spot.
      /private/var/root$ ls
      Library
      Media
      Media.old
      bin
      lib
      sbin
      usr
      your files are in the wrong spot... the folders need to be in the absolute root so all you should see is a '/' no private/var/root
    1. CodyR1951's Avatar
      CodyR1951 -
      I did it, then it said I only had 300 mb. of space on my phone, so i had to restore.
    1. porktart's Avatar
      porktart -
      After trying to put the BSD files into the root, WinSCP says "Error listing directory '/'" Any suggestions? I already have the files in private/var/root, but couldn't get springpatch to run, so figured I had them in the wrong "root."
    1. RoyMan's Avatar
      RoyMan -
      omg screw this...i have wasted at least 5 hours of my day on this...I dont have time for this anymore. Im going back to 1.0.2 so im happy until a better method comes out.

      I thought I finally had it and then i went to install SSH (in OSX on PPC) via these directions http://modmyi.com/wiki/index.php/Dev..._SSH_1.1.1_OSX

      and this was the output.... i dont understand why it couldnt execute... I have tried thw windows and the mac OS directions. do i just need to do this on an intel mac instead of my PPC???

      Code:
      --------PHASE 1: Getting files off your iPhone---------
      
      /Users/RoyMan/Desktop/iPhone SSH Install for Mac/iPhoneMacSSHInstall.sh: line 17: ./iphoneinterface: cannot execute binary file
      
      
      
      --------PHASE 2: Uploading files and reconfiguring your iPhone---------
      
      /Users/RoyMan/Desktop/iPhone SSH Install for Mac/iPhoneMacSSHInstall.sh: line 33: ./iphoneinterface: cannot execute binary file
      
      --------PHASE 3: Restarting your iPhone---------
      
      Press and hold the Power button on your iPhone until it shows the 'slide to turn off' red slider.
      Slide it, wait for the phone to turn off, and press the power button to turn it on again.
    1. cranie's Avatar
      cranie -
      Quote Originally Posted by daniel_emt View Post
      Right but, it wont let me...

      iNdependence looks like this:



      thats interesting, i will give that a try.
      UPDATE: that did not work, Still getting the same error in cyberduck, it says "connected" and "successful login" right before i get the error.
      and just incase, here is that error again:
      I remember seeing that error if iTunes was still running..once I closed it completely I was able to log in.
    1. daniel_emt's Avatar
      daniel_emt -
      Itunes and the helper are both closed down.

      QUESTION: I'm trying to get the internet plugin for Installer to my phone via Terminal, but Terminal doesn't seem to recognize the space in the folder "Internet Plug-Ins", it just says "Internet" doesn't exist- is there a special something i need to do to get it to recognize the space?
    1. geoffl1's Avatar
      geoffl1 -
      Quote Originally Posted by daniel_emt View Post
      Itunes and the helper are both closed down.

      QUESTION: I'm trying to get the internet plugin for Installer to my phone via Terminal, but Terminal doesn't seem to recognize the space in the folder "Internet Plug-Ins", it just says "Internet" doesn't exist- is there a special something i need to do to get it to recognize the space?
      just copy the entire System folder onto the phone and make sure the permissions are set to 755
    1. daniel_emt's Avatar
      daniel_emt -
      Quote Originally Posted by geoffl1 View Post
      just copy the entire System folder onto the phone and make sure the permissions are set to 755
      How do i check permissions?
    1. TheYoshi's Avatar
      TheYoshi -
      Quote Originally Posted by daniel_emt View Post
      How do i check permissions?
      ls -l will list permissions

      Quote Originally Posted by daniel_emt View Post
      Itunes and the helper are both closed down.

      QUESTION: I'm trying to get the internet plugin for Installer to my phone via Terminal, but Terminal doesn't seem to recognize the space in the folder "Internet Plug-Ins", it just says "Internet" doesn't exist- is there a special something i need to do to get it to recognize the space?
      just type this way

      cd 'Internet Plug-ins'

      single quotes
    1. daniel_emt's Avatar
      daniel_emt -
      Quote Originally Posted by TheYoshi View Post
      ls -l will list permissions


      just type this way

      cd 'Internet Plug-ins'

      single quotes
      Sorry, also, how would i copy the entire folder? could you write what my cmd line should look like. I'm getting "System: No such file or directory"
      I must be typing something wrong.

      here is what i put:
      "daniel-greens-computer:~/Desktop/Installer1.1.1/System danielgreen$ scp -r System [email protected]:/System/"
    1. geoffl1's Avatar
      geoffl1 -
      Quote Originally Posted by daniel_emt View Post
      How do i check permissions?

      or if you're using an scp program, just right click the file and click properties 755 is the octal but it is the same as rwxr-xr-x
    1. PhoneLine's Avatar
      PhoneLine -
      Quote Originally Posted by geoffl1 View Post
      your files are in the wrong spot... the folders need to be in the absolute root so all you should see is a '/' no private/var/root
      Thank you, thank you thank you!

      Im done, got my space back....woohoo!

      Now, my only question is what command will delete directories that have files in them? I want to get rid of the ones in the incorrect location and tried rm and rmdir, but neither remove them cause there is stuff inside.

      Worst case I can leave them there or do the process again, but it really won't hurt anything, right?

      Is there a bsd comand to delete the directory even if it has files in it?

      And again....THANK YOU!
    1. demonater10's Avatar
      demonater10 -
      Quote Originally Posted by CodyR1951 View Post
      I did it, then it said I only had 300 mb. of space on my phone, so i had to restore.
      rm /var/root/Media
      mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media

      Type that in winscp terminal (ctrl+t)
    1. ShadyBeagle's Avatar
      ShadyBeagle -
      WHEN I UPGRADED TO 1.1.1 MY COMPUTER SAID I ONLY HAD 300MB OF SPACE SO I CANT PUT ANY 3RD PARTY APPS ON MY PHONE
      I USE A MACBOOK PRO
    1. daniel_emt's Avatar
      daniel_emt -
      Okay, Thank you guys, I finally got all the files where they go...but Installer still isn't working. Any thoughts? I will try installng it again.
    1. geoffl1's Avatar
      geoffl1 -
      Quote Originally Posted by ShadyBeagle View Post
      WHEN I UPGRADED TO 1.1.1 MY COMPUTER SAID I ONLY HAD 300MB OF SPACE SO I CANT PUT ANY 3RD PARTY APPS ON MY PHONE
      I USE A MACBOOK PRO
      rm /var/root/Media
      mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media

      Type that in winscp terminal (ctrl+t)
    1. ShadyBeagle's Avatar
      ShadyBeagle -
      Quote Originally Posted by geoffl1 View Post
      rm /var/root/Media
      mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media

      Type that in winscp terminal (ctrl+t)
      Where do i type it