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Thread: iPhone Serial Command List
07-06-2007, 01:26 PM #1
iPhone Serial Command List
From the folks at #iPhone, just now breaking news...
help - this list
script - run script at specific address
go - jump directly to address
bootx - boot a kernel cache at specified address
diags - boot into diagnostics (if present)
tsys - boot into tsys (if present)
bdev - block device commands
image - flash image inspection
fs - file system commands
fsboot - try to boot kernel at /kernelcache
devicetree - create a device tree from the specified address
ramdisk - create a ramdisk from the specified address
tftp -tftp via ethernet to/from device
eload - tftp via ethernet from hardcoded install server
halt - halt the system (good for JTAG)
reboot - reboot the device
poweroff - power off the device
md - memory display - 32bit
mdh - memory display - 16bit
mdb - memory display - 8bit
mw - memory write - 32bit
mwh - memory write - 16bit
mwb - memory write - 8bit
mws - memory write - string
crc - POSIX 1003.2 checksum of memory
task - examine system tasks
printenv - print one or all environment variables
setenv - set an environment variable
clearenv - clear all environment variables
saveenv - save current environment to flash
run - use contents of environment var as script
bgcolor - set the display background color
setpicture - set the image on the display
iic - iic read/write
radio - Manipulate the radio board.
setbusclock - Set bus clock to the given frequency in Hz.
setcorevoltage - Set core voltage to the given voltage in mV.
syscfg - flash SysCfg inspection
charge - Manage the charger chip.
powernvram - Access Power NVRAM.
usb - run a USB command
nand - nand flash routines
chunk - chunk a file.
↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A [select] [start] Kyle Matthews
07-24-2009, 02:32 PM #2
lol this was posted in 2007 and im first
07-24-2009, 02:34 PM #3
07-26-2009, 09:07 AM #4
More than half of these commands are now gone in the latest 3.1 beta. Apple has positively neutered it in hopes that we wont be able to find a workaround for a jailbreak. Unfortunately for them, the iPhone-Dev team has(in my opinion) the complete capability to work around this; especially with the help of George Hotz and the Chronic-Dev team on their side.iPhone Developer
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Anthrax ram disk kit developer, hacker.
07-26-2009, 09:35 AM #5