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Thread: "One-Click" Tethered JB With redsn0w 0.9.6rc7

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    guess I'll give this a try on my iPad

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    Not to bash on the dev team, but what's the point of this lol?

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    "Waiting for reboot" I tried 0.9.6rc7b and I got to the reboot screen but it stayed there. Am I just not waiting long enough? I tried several minutes.


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    I really want 4.2 for the 'find my iphone feature'. Cause on New Years i had a bit to much Captain and lost my iphone! I spent 2hrs looking for it in my friends house didn't find it and ended up coming to the realization i left it in the tazi. We had a good convo on jail-breaking..... Luckily in the morning my friend found it on his car! Surprisingly it didnt rain which was pure luck since im in Ireland!!! On the night i promised my self that i'd update, but i cant part with the great JB features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanHell View Post
    Yeah, the only way that this is really going to be any quicker is if you actually make these command line codes into some sort of shortcut.
    This is exactly what I have done, I have made these codes into shortcuts for tethered iDevices by packaging the commands into .bat files.

    All you will need to do is move the entire REDSN0w CONTENTS, AND THE IOS4.2.1 FIRMWARE into your C:/ Drive and these .bat scripts will handle the rest. Simple click whichever bat script applies to the iDevice you are trying to boot.

    You can download by clicking here (direct download link)
    I have a problem. I have done exactly as you have advised here. by clicking the file for iPhone 4 file from the download it open up the redsnow but with an error message saying "unable to recognize ipsw: C:/iPhone1,2_4.2.1_C148_Restore.ipsw"
    the reason i think is that my file name mine is "iPhone3,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore" should i rename the restore file
    to yours or how could i change your file to the correct restore file name? Appreciate your help
    Many thanks
    Last edited by Nuwan Eshwara; 2011-01-03 at 11:27 PM.

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    Mac users should make an Automator workflow to do this automatically.

    Just open Automator (if you have a Mac, you already have it on your computer), make a new workflow, add the "Run Shell Script" action, and type:
    open /*the file path*/ --args -j -i /*your IPSW file path*/
    (the pwnage icon I swapped in myself manually)

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    I'll be waiting too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon79 View Post
    meh. After you do the initial update and install winterboard there's never a need to boot cycle so this seems trivial. Takes just as much time to type in the command line stuff than it would to find the firmware in Finder.
    +1 That is exactly what I was just thinking


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    I have known people that have had a tethered jailbreak and it SUCKS. One kernel panic and your shot! I wouldn't tether jailbreak if someone would pay me to do so. I am only interested in untethered.

    I am however waiting patiently to get the untethered jailbreak.
    8 gig iPhone Edge 2G (first day iPhone): UNLKD/JB using bootneuter and blackra1n.
    8 gig iPhone 3G (first day iPhone): UNLKD/JB using Whited00r CFW
    16 gig iPhone 3GS (new bootrom): UNLKD/JB using ultrasn0w/limera1n.
    16 gig Wifi iPad first day iPad JB using greenpois0n.
    32 gig Wifi/3G iPad first day iPad UNLKD/JB using greenpois0n.
    32 gig iPhone 4(first day iPhone): UNLKD/JB using ultrasn0w/greenpois0n
    Apps: 157 installed 25 developed.

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    Figured it out

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    Why is comex being refrenced as @comex in news articles? This isn't twitter, it's real news
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Jaze View Post
    Random question: Putting the iphone in Airplane Mode wouldn't be an alternative to complete shutdown in the hospital?
    Probably not. I work in a hospital too. It's not only the cell features it's the camera that's the concern too.

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    Comex is most likely waiting for the next update 4.3 or whatever it shall be called. I read this article yesterday on redmondpie and shortly followed by a tweet by Comex that depending on apples release of the next FW update he might wait until then.

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    saves less time for people who have to reboot their ipods

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    Quote Originally Posted by wirehedd View Post
    Seeing as one of the places I do work for is the local hospital I have to shut my iphone off every time I enter certain areas and not having an untethered JB sucks. I'm still at 4.1 like a lot of the community and will be extremely happy and grateful when the new untethered JB arrives.

    Do Dev-Team Go! Go Comex Go! Go "whoever the hell can get this done" Go!

    Until then I'll sit patiently waiting and cheering for them all. Grateful I have a working iphone with the JB features I need.
    I need my phone for work and can't have a tethered jailbreak. So I will wait as long as it takes....

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    im still very new at unlocking and JBing. Does this mean that I can JB my Iphone 4 on 4.2 but not unlock yet? I cant wait to use it.still on my 3GS now

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    This tethered jb is nice step but the average consumer may get lost in translating typing code to jb there iPhone 4. Basically, the untethered jb is much needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprouseod View Post
    "Waiting for reboot" I tried 0.9.6rc7b and I got to the reboot screen but it stayed there. Am I just not waiting long enough? I tried several minutes.

    I am having a similar prob...My 3G[S] with the newer bootrom is not booting out of the "recovery" mode. After the pineapple logo it just cuts off and restart to the "recovery" mode.

    Can someone help me? I can't restore with iTunes either. I get error 1015.
    1st Gen iPhone 2.0 - Jailbroken and Unlocked on T-Mobile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon79 View Post
    Exactly. 4.2 was intended for the iPad and doesn't add any new "must have" stuff over 4.1 on an iPhone. I'm still very happy on 4.1 with no intention to upgrade.

    im with you there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Jaze View Post
    Random question: Putting the iphone in Airplane Mode wouldn't be an alternative to complete shutdown in the hospital?
    Sometimes "off" just means "off", whether we agree with it or not. I flew over the Christmas holidays and the flight attendants on Southwest said " not airplane mode." Since flight attendants have the authority of the FAA behind them, I complied. It's part of being a grown up and respecting authority.

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