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    Default MobileDevice.h
    This is an experimental version of [[MobileDevice.h]] that Nightwatch uses for his hacking. It was forked from the community MobileDevice.h, which is intended to be the more stable version.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * MobileDevice.h - interface to MobileDevice.framework v0.13 - 07/07/2007
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    #ifndef MOBILEDEVICE_H
    #define MOBILEDEVICE_H

    #include <mach/error.h>

    /* Error codes */
    #define MDERR_APPLE_MOBILE (err_system(0x3a))
    #define MDERR_IPHONE (err_sub(0))

    /* Apple Mobile (AM*) errors */
    #define MDERR_OK ERR_SUCCESS
    #define MDERR_SYSCALL (ERR_MOBILE_DEVICE | 0x01)
    #define MDERR_OUT_OF_MEMORY (ERR_MOBILE_DEVICE | 0x03)
    #define MDERR_QUERY_FAILED (ERR_MOBILE_DEVICE | 0x04)
    #define MDERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT (ERR_MOBILE_DEVICE | 0x0b)
    #define MDERR_DICT_NOT_LOADED (ERR_MOBILE_DEVICE | 0x25)

    /* Apple File Connection (AFC*) errors */
    #define MDERR_AFC_OUT_OF_MEMORY 0x03

    /* USBMux errors */
    #define MDERR_USBMUX_ARG_NULL 0x16
    #define MDERR_USBMUX_FAILED 0xffffffff

    /* Messages passed to device notification callbacks: passed as part of
    * am_device_notification_callback_info. */
    #define ADNCI_MSG_CONNECTED 1
    #define ADNCI_MSG_DISCONNECTED 2
    #define ADNCI_MSG_UNKNOWN 3

    #define AMD_IPHONE_PRODUCT_ID 0x1290
    #define AMD_IPHONE_SERIAL "3391002d9c804d105e2c8c7d94fc35b6f3d214a3"

    /* Services, found in /System/Library/Lockdown/Services.plist */
    #define AMSVC_AFC CFSTR("com.apple.afc")
    #define AMSVC_BACKUP CFSTR("com.apple.mobilebackup")
    #define AMSVC_CRASH_REPORT_COPY CFSTR("com.apple.crashreportcopy")
    #define AMSVC_DEBUG_IMAGE_MOUNT CFSTR("com.apple.mobile.debug_image_mount")
    #define AMSVC_NOTIFICATION_PROXY CFSTR( \
    "com.apple.mobile.notification_proxy")
    #define AMSVC_PURPLE_TEST CFSTR("com.apple.purpletestr")
    #define AMSVC_SOFTWARE_UPDATE CFSTR("com.apple.mobile.software_update")
    #define AMSVC_SYNC CFSTR("com.apple.mobilesync")
    #define AMSVC_SCREENSHOT CFSTR("com.apple.screenshotr")
    #define AMSVC_SYSLOG_RELAY CFSTR("com.apple.syslog_relay")
    #define AMSVC_SYSTEM_PROFILER CFSTR("com.apple.mobile.system_profiler")

    typedef unsigned int afc_error_t;
    typedef unsigned int usbmux_error_t;

    struct am_recovery_device;

    struct am_device_notification_callback_info {
    struct am_device *dev; /* 0 device */
    unsigned int msg; /* 4 one of ADNCI_MSG_* */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    /* The type of the device restore notification callback functions.
    * TODO: change to correct type. */
    typedef void (*am_restore_device_notification_callback)(struct
    am_recovery_device *);

    /* This is a CoreFoundation object of class AMRecoveryModeDevice. */
    struct am_recovery_device {
    unsigned char unknown0[8]; /* 0 */
    am_restore_device_notification_callback callback; /* 8 */
    void *user_info; /* 12 */
    unsigned char unknown1[12]; /* 16 */
    unsigned int readwrite_pipe; /* 28 */
    unsigned char read_pipe; /* 32 */
    unsigned char write_ctrl_pipe; /* 33 */
    unsigned char read_unknown_pipe; /* 34 */
    unsigned char write_file_pipe; /* 35 */
    unsigned char write_input_pipe; /* 36 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    /* A CoreFoundation object of class AMRestoreModeDevice. */
    struct am_restore_device {
    unsigned char unknown[32];
    int port;
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    /* The type of the device notification callback function. */
    typedef void(*am_device_notification_callback)(struct
    am_device_notification_callback_info *);

    /* The type of the _AMDDeviceAttached function.
    * TODO: change to correct type. */
    typedef void *amd_device_attached_callback;

    struct am_device {
    unsigned char unknown0[16]; /* 0 - zero */
    unsigned int device_id; /* 16 */
    unsigned int product_id; /* 20 - set to AMD_IPHONE_PRODUCT_ID */
    char *serial; /* 24 - set to AMD_IPHONE_SERIAL */
    unsigned int unknown1; /* 28 */
    unsigned char unknown2[4]; /* 32 */
    unsigned int lockdown_conn; /* 36 */
    unsigned char unknown3[8]; /* 40 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct am_device_notification {
    unsigned int unknown0; /* 0 */
    unsigned int unknown1; /* 4 */
    unsigned int unknown2; /* 8 */
    am_device_notification_callback callback; /* 12 */
    unsigned int unknown3; /* 16 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct afc_connection {
    unsigned int handle; /* 0 */
    unsigned int unknown0; /* 4 */
    unsigned char unknown1; /* 8 */
    unsigned char padding[3]; /* 9 */
    unsigned int unknown2; /* 12 */
    unsigned int unknown3; /* 16 */
    unsigned int unknown4; /* 20 */
    unsigned int fs_block_size; /* 24 */
    unsigned int sock_block_size; /* 28: always 0x3c */
    unsigned int io_timeout; /* 32: from AFCConnectionOpen, usu. 0 */
    void *afc_lock; /* 36 */
    unsigned int context; /* 40 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct afc_device_info {
    unsigned char unknown[12]; /* 0 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct afc_directory {
    unsigned char unknown[0]; /* size unknown */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct afc_dictionary {
    unsigned char unknown[0]; /* size unknown */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    typedef unsigned long long afc_file_ref;

    struct usbmux_listener_1 { /* offset value in iTunes */
    unsigned int unknown0; /* 0 1 */
    unsigned char *unknown1; /* 4 ptr, maybe device? */
    amd_device_attached_callback callback; /* 8 _AMDDeviceAttached */
    unsigned int unknown3; /* 12 */
    unsigned int unknown4; /* 16 */
    unsigned int unknown5; /* 20 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct usbmux_listener_2 {
    unsigned char unknown0[4144];
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    struct am_bootloader_control_packet {
    unsigned char opcode; /* 0 */
    unsigned char length; /* 1 */
    unsigned char magic[2]; /* 2: 0x34, 0x12 */
    unsigned char payload[0]; /* 4 */
    } __attribute__ ((packed));

    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * Public routines
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    /* Registers a notification with the current run loop. The callback gets
    * copied into the notification struct, as well as being registered with the
    * current run loop. dn_unknown3 gets copied into unknown3 in the same.
    * (Maybe dn_unknown3 is a user info parameter that gets passed as an arg to
    * the callback?) unused0 and unused1 are both 0 when iTunes calls this.
    * In iTunes the callback is located from $3db78e-$3dbbaf.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    * MDERR_SYSCALL if CFRunLoopAddSource() failed
    * MDERR_OUT_OF_MEMORY if we ran out of memory
    */

    mach_error_t AMDeviceNotificationSubscribe(am_device_notificati on_callback
    callback, unsigned int unused0, unsigned int unused1, unsigned int
    dn_unknown3, struct am_device_notification **notification);

    /* Connects to the iPhone. Pass in the am_device structure that the
    * notification callback will give to you.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successfully connected
    * MDERR_SYSCALL if setsockopt() failed
    * MDERR_QUERY_FAILED if the daemon query failed
    * MDERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT if USBMuxConnectByPort returned 0xffffffff
    */

    mach_error_t AMDeviceConnect(struct am_device *device);

    /* Calls PairingRecordPath() on the given device, than tests whether the path
    * which that function returns exists. During the initial connect, the path
    * returned by that function is '/', and so this returns 1.
    *
    * Returns:
    * 0 if the path did not exist
    * 1 if it did
    */

    int AMDeviceIsPaired(struct am_device *device);

    /* iTunes calls this function immediately after testing whether the device is
    * paired. It creates a pairing file and establishes a Lockdown connection.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    * MDERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT if the supplied device is null
    * MDERR_DICT_NOT_LOADED if the load_dict() call failed
    */

    mach_error_t AMDeviceValidatePairing(struct am_device *device);

    /* Creates a Lockdown session and adjusts the device structure appropriately
    * to indicate that the session has been started. iTunes calls this function
    * after validating pairing.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    * MDERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT if the Lockdown conn has not been established
    * MDERR_DICT_NOT_LOADED if the load_dict() call failed
    */

    mach_error_t AMDeviceStartSession(struct am_device *device);

    /* Starts a service and returns a handle that can be used in order to further
    * access the service. You should stop the session and disconnect before using
    * the service. iTunes calls this function after starting a session. It starts
    * the service and the SSL connection. unknown may safely be
    * NULL (it is when iTunes calls this), but if it is not, then it will be
    * filled upon function exit. service_name should be one of the AMSVC_*
    * constants. If the service is AFC (AMSVC_AFC), then the handle is the handle
    * that will be used for further AFC* calls.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    * MDERR_SYSCALL if the setsockopt() call failed
    * MDERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT if the Lockdown conn has not been established
    */

    mach_error_t AMDeviceStartService(struct am_device *device, CFStringRef
    service_name, unsigned int *handle, unsigned int *
    unknown);

    /* Stops a session. You should do this before accessing services.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    * MDERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT if the Lockdown conn has not been established
    */

    mach_error_t AMDeviceStopSession(struct am_device *device);

    /* Opens an Apple File Connection. You must start the appropriate service
    * first with AMDeviceStartService(). In iTunes, io_timeout is 0.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    * MDERR_AFC_OUT_OF_MEMORY if malloc() failed
    */

    afc_error_t AFCConnectionOpen(unsigned int handle, unsigned int io_timeout,
    struct afc_connection **conn);

    /* Pass in a pointer to an afc_device_info structure. It will be filled. */
    afc_error_t AFCDeviceInfoOpen(struct afc_connection *conn, struct
    afc_device_info **info);

    /* Turns debug mode on if the environment variable AFCDEBUG is set to a numeric
    * value, or if the file '/AFCDEBUG' is present and contains a value. */
    void AFCPlatformInit();

    /* Opens a directory on the iPhone. Pass in a pointer in dir to be filled in.
    * Note that this normally only accesses the iTunes sandbox/partition as the
    * root, which is /var/root/Media. Pathnames are specified with '/' delimiters
    * as in Unix style.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful
    */

    afc_error_t AFCDirectoryOpen(struct afc_connection *conn, char *path, struct
    afc_directory **dir);

    /* Acquires the next entry in a directory previously opened with
    * AFCDirectoryOpen(). When dirent is filled with a NULL value, then the end
    * of the directory has been reached. '.' and '..' will be returned as the
    * first two entries in each directory except the root; you may want to skip
    * over them.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if successful, even if no entries remain
    */

    afc_error_t AFCDirectoryRead(unsigned int unused, struct afc_directory *dir,
    char **dirent);

    /* Returns the context field of the given AFC connection. */
    unsigned int AFCConnectionGetContext(struct afc_connection *conn);

    /* Returns the fs_block_size field of the given AFC connection. */
    unsigned int AFCConnectionGetFSBlockSize(struct afc_connection *conn);

    /* Returns the io_timeout field of the given AFC connection. In iTunes this is
    * 0. */
    unsigned int AFCConnectionGetIOTimeout(struct afc_connection *conn);

    /* Returns the sock_block_size field of the given AFC connection. */
    unsigned int AFCConnectionGetSocketBlockSize(struct afc_connection *conn);

    /* Closes the given AFC connection. */
    afc_error_t AFCConnectionClose(struct afc_connection *conn);

    /* Registers for device notifications related to the restore process. unknown0
    * is zero when iTunes calls this. In iTunes,
    * the callbacks are located at:
    * 1: $3ac68e-$3ac6b1, calls $3ac542(unknown1, arg, 0)
    * 2: $3ac66a-$3ac68d, calls $3ac542(unknown1, 0, arg)
    * 3: $3ac762-$3ac785, calls $3ac6b2(unknown1, arg, 0)
    * 4: $3ac73e-$3ac761, calls $3ac6b2(unknown1, 0, arg)
    */

    unsigned int AMRestoreRegisterForDeviceNotifications(
    am_restore_device_notification_callback dfu_connect_callback,
    am_restore_device_notification_callback recovery_connect_callback,
    am_restore_device_notification_callback dfu_disconnect_callback,
    am_restore_device_notification_callback recovery_disconnect_callback,
    unsigned int unknown0,
    void *user_info);

    /* Causes the restore functions to spit out (unhelpful) progress messages to
    * the file specified by the given path. iTunes always calls this right before
    * restoring with a path of
    * "$HOME/Library/Logs/iPhone Updater Logs/iPhoneUpdater X.log", where X is an
    * unused number.
    */

    unsigned int AMRestoreEnableFileLogging(char *path);

    /* Initializes a new option dictionary to default values. Pass the constant
    * kCFAllocatorDefault as the allocator. The option dictionary looks as
    * follows:
    * {
    * NORImageType => 'production',
    * AutoBootDelay => 0,
    * KernelCacheType => 'Release',
    * UpdateBaseband => true,
    * DFUFileType => 'RELEASE',
    * SystemImageType => 'User',
    * CreateFilesystemPartitions => true,
    * FlashNOR => true,
    * RestoreBootArgs => 'rd=md0 nand-enable-reformat=1 -progress'
    * BootImageType => 'User'
    * }
    *
    * Returns:
    * the option dictionary if successful
    * NULL if out of memory
    */

    CFMutableDictionaryRef AMRestoreCreateDefaultOptions(CFAllocatorRef allocator);

    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * Less-documented public routines
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    afc_error_t AFCDirectoryClose(unsigned int unused, struct afc_directory *dir);

    /* mode 2 = read, mode 3 = write; unknown = 0 */
    afc_error_t AFCFileRefOpen(struct afc_connection *conn, char *path, unsigned
    int mode, unsigned int unknown, afc_file_ref *ref);
    afc_error_t AFCFileRefRead(struct afc_connection *conn, afc_file_ref ref,
    void *buf, unsigned int *len);
    afc_error_t AFCFileRefWrite(struct afc_connection *conn, afc_file_ref ref,
    void *buf, unsigned int len);
    afc_error_t AFCFileRefClose(struct afc_connection *conn, afc_file_ref ref);

    afc_error_t AFCFileInfoOpen(struct afc_connection *conn, char *path, struct
    afc_dictionary **info);
    afc_error_t AFCKeyValueRead(struct afc_dictionary *dict, char **key, char **
    val);
    afc_error_t AFCKeyValueClose(struct afc_dictionary *dict);

    unsigned int AMRestorePerformRecoveryModeRestore(struct am_recovery_device *
    rdev, CFDictionaryRef opts, void *callback, void *user_info);
    unsigned int AMRestorePerformRestoreModeRestore(struct am_restore_device *
    rdev, CFDictionaryRef opts, void *callback, void *user_info);

    struct am_restore_device *AMRestoreModeDeviceCreate(unsigned int unknown0,
    unsigned int connection_id, unsigned int unknown1);

    unsigned int AMRestoreCreatePathsForBundle(CFStringRef restore_bundle_path,
    CFStringRef kernel_cache_type, CFStringRef boot_image_type, unsigned int
    unknown0, CFStringRef *firmware_dir_path, CFStringRef *
    kernelcache_restore_path, unsigned int unknown1, CFStringRef *
    ramdisk_path);

    unsigned int AMDeviceGetConnectionID(struct am_device *device);
    mach_error_t AMDeviceEnterRecovery(struct am_device *device);
    mach_error_t AMDeviceDisconnect(struct am_device *device);
    mach_error_t AMDeviceRetain(struct am_device *device);
    mach_error_t AMDeviceRelease(struct am_device *device);
    mach_error_t AMDeviceCopyValue(unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int);
    mach_error_t AMDeviceCopyDeviceIdentifier(struct am_device *device);

    mach_error_t AMDShutdownNotificationProxy(void *);

    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * Semi-private routines
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    /* Pass in a usbmux_listener_1 structure and a usbmux_listener_2 structure
    * pointer, which will be filled with the resulting usbmux_listener_2.
    *
    * Returns:
    * MDERR_OK if completed successfully
    * MDERR_USBMUX_ARG_NULL if one of the arguments was NULL
    * MDERR_USBMUX_FAILED if the listener was not created successfully
    */

    usbmux_error_t USBMuxListenerCreate(struct usbmux_listener_1 *esi_fp8, struct
    usbmux_listener_2 **eax_fp12);


    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * Less-documented semi-private routines
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    usbmux_error_t USBMuxListenerHandleData(void *);

    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * Private routines - here be dragons
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    /* AMRestorePerformRestoreModeRestore() calls this function with a dictionary
    * in order to perform certain special restore operations
    * (RESTORED_OPERATION_*). It is thought that this function might enable
    * significant access to the phone. */

    unsigned int (*_performOperation)(struct am_restore_device *rdev,
    CFDictionaryRef op) __attribute__ ((regparm(2))) = (void *)0x3c39fa4b;

    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    * Less-documented private routines
    * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

    int (*_socketForPort)(struct am_restore_device *rdev, unsigned int port)
    __attribute__ ((regparm(2))) = (void *)0x3c39f36c;

    void (*restored_send_message)(int port, CFDictionaryRef msg) = (void *)
    0x3c3a4e40;

    CFDictionaryRef (*restored_receive_message)(int port) = (void *)0x3c3a4d40;

    unsigned int (*_sendControlPacket)(struct am_recovery_device *rdev, unsigned
    int msg1, unsigned int msg2, unsigned int unknown0, unsigned int *unknown1,
    unsigned char *unknown2) __attribute__ ((regparm(3))) = (void *)0x3c3a3da3;

    unsigned int (*_sendCommandToDevice)(struct am_recovery_device *rdev,
    CFStringRef cmd) __attribute__ ((regparm(2))) = (void *)0x3c3a3e3b;

    unsigned int (*_AMRUSBInterfaceReadPipe)(unsigned int readwrite_pipe, unsigned
    int read_pipe, unsigned char *data, unsigned int *len) = (void *)0x3c3a27e8;

    unsigned int (*_AMRUSBInterfaceWritePipe)(unsigned int readwrite_pipe, unsigned
    int write_pipe, void *data, unsigned int len) = (void *)0x3c3a27cb;

    #endif
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    Where is the latest binary for that? If its from the cvs I have compiled a universal binary this morning. I will link it up tomorrow, unless someone else does so before me. Some of the functions that SHOULD work don't, like unlock..often times get bus error... I think I have since fixed that...but I don't have another iphone to test on anymore. -Digitol-
    http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Seems to be a great source of info for those developers interested. Also linked from this site.

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    Here's the original, and the API.
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    Not what I was asking for, but interesting links. Thanks? Warren's addition looks good ...I will have a closer look when I get back from iphoneDevcamp.

    -Digitol-

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    Don't think there is a binary anywhere.
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    Heh. http://69.60.115.122/iPhoneInterface.zip =BINARY.

    but it's outdated. . . Like I said, I will build a more-up-to date one later on.

    Thanks again,, -Digitol-

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    Ah, of the interface app. Cool, sounds good.
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