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    Default access root fs without pwnage?
    Hi,

    I'm looking to modify a few .plist files on my iPhone, but I'd prefer not to go down the root of flashing a modified firmware, which seems a bit overkill for my requirements.

    Is there any way I can do this? I read that it may be possible to access it from restore mode, or possibly to boot a temporary RAM disk image which doesn't actually alter the iPhone firmware, but instead provides SSH or some other method of accessing the filesystem.

    Is this possible? Can anyone point me in the direction of info on achieving such a thing?

    Thanks

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    You didn't mention your firmware, you didn't mention your phone model, you didn't mention......................

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    ah sorry. I have the iPhone 3G with the latest firmware; 2.1

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