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Thread: Trying to fix my iPhone with iRecovery

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    Exclamation Trying to fix my iPhone with iRecovery
    Forgive me if this is posted in the wrong section but this was the only one that made sense to me:

    I was messing around with something and renamed "/usr/libexec/securityd" to "/usr/libexec/securityd.bak" not realizing how badly this would screw things up. Now my phone won't boot past the Apple logo and I need to copy or rename that file back to it's original name.

    I can tether my phone, put it in recovery mode, and get to it through iRecovery but I don't know what command to use to name the file back. Perhaps I am not understanding how the recovery shell works but this is what I tried to no avail:

    Code:
    fs mv /usr/libexec/securityd.bak /usr/libexec/securityd
    Is there something else I have to do first like mount the file-system? Any help would be greatly appreciated as I lost the only backup I had of my phone so I don't want to restore it.

    Thanks!

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    Did you ever find a solution to this problem?

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