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Is it possible to remove the boot logo in lieu of what looks like a *nix boot screen (i.e. text output) similar to what is seen when you initially jailbreak
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    Default Removal of boot logo?
    Is it possible to remove the boot logo in lieu of what looks like a *nix boot screen (i.e. text output) similar to what is seen when you initially jailbreak the device?

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    Verbose booting is what it is called but I dont think there is a way to enable it for iPad yet.

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    Can it be enabled for any other iDevices and when and where will I be able to find out when or if someone brings it to iPad?

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    It can be enabled on the older devices like iPhone 3G I believe. Not sure when you will be able to do it on iPad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x98car View Post
    It can be enabled on the older devices like iPhone 3G I believe. Not sure when you will be able to do it on iPad.
    What's the difference between devices that allows it on one and not the other? I'm using an old firmware (3.2.2) on the iPad. I'm just curious on how the device reads its firmware/software, as I like experimenting with this stuff. I also don't mind killing it, because it's just as simple as restoring it to try again.

    Are there any "basics of the iOS file system" or any posts/topics/tuts like that?

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    Basically it just has to do with the level of the exploits used. On the older devices the bootchain is fully compromised so verbose booting can be done.

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