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Thread: Problems Virginizing my 1.0.2 iPhone

  1. #1
    Default Problems Virginizing my 1.0.2 iPhone
    Despite that my iphone were activated and unlocked successful follow MMI IPhone unlock OS X guide, I'm trying to virginize my iphone with "Downgrade 1.0.2 baseband OS X iPhone" but I have found an issue that not allow to continue.

    Here are my track record:
    1. Step 1. - Prepare : DONE
    2. Step 2. - Back up your seczone. : PROBLEMS
    After type ssh -l root (iPhone's IP) on terminal and put dottie pass next command is -sh-3.2# instead off just #. And the problem is after typed cd and SPACE connection with iphone is closed.

    Terminal data is here:
    Last login: Sat Oct 27 09:54:38 on ttyp1
    Welcome to Darwin!
    MacBook-Ed:~ eduardo$ ssh -l root 10.0.1.2
    [email protected]'s password:
    -sh-3.2# cd
    Connection to 10.0.1.2 closed.

    Any Hint?

    I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!!!

    ED

  2. #2
    I am having a similar problem. I am not getting that exact message but seem to be losing my SSH connection when I try to type in commands. Sometimes, the iPhone even freezes and I have to restart.
    A GUI for this process would be extremely appreciated for the Terminally-challenged like myself.
    Any ideas on how to get around this terminal problem we are having would be
    wonderful.
    Thanks.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by ecastrof View Post
    Despite that my iphone were activated and unlocked successful follow MMI IPhone unlock OS X guide, I'm trying to virginize my iphone with "Downgrade 1.0.2 baseband OS X iPhone" but I have found an issue that not allow to continue.

    Here are my track record:
    1. Step 1. - Prepare : DONE
    2. Step 2. - Back up your seczone. : PROBLEMS
    After type ssh -l root (iPhone's IP) on terminal and put dottie pass next command is -sh-3.2# instead off just #. And the problem is after typed cd and SPACE connection with iphone is closed.

    Terminal data is here:
    Last login: Sat Oct 27 09:54:38 on ttyp1
    Welcome to Darwin!
    MacBook-Ed:~ eduardo$ ssh -l root 10.0.1.2
    [email protected]'s password:
    -sh-3.2# cd
    Connection to 10.0.1.2 closed.

    Any Hint?

    I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!!!

    ED
    You tried to install multiple versions of OpenSSH. Reinstall BSD Subsystems and you should be good to go

    hope this help u

    Quote Originally Posted by pstonge View Post
    I am having a similar problem. I am not getting that exact message but seem to be losing my SSH connection when I try to type in commands. Sometimes, the iPhone even freezes and I have to restart.
    A GUI for this process would be extremely appreciated for the Terminally-challenged like myself.
    Any ideas on how to get around this terminal problem we are having would be
    wonderful.
    Thanks.
    is your Iphone auto-lock set to "NEVER"??
    Last edited by xportpnoy; 2007-10-27 at 11:19 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    "When You PushEd on hackers their gonna push back 10x as HARD"

    sTeve stp smokin that apple and free my iphone


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  5. #4
    i cant seem to get past the seczone part either. part one went fine, but part 2 has me stumped. i open p terminal and on the top it says "bash" instead of "ssh". i try and change the protocol to ssh, but i dont seem to be doing that properly because when i do change it to ssh, i cant seem to connect or whatver it is im supposed to be doing with the command lines provided. as well my iphone now has a battery life of under 1 hour...i cant figure that the **** out either.

  6. #5
    try this link to virginize 1.0.2, all using the iphone rather than your mac and having to SSH http://iphone.unlock.no/ I hope it solves your problem.

    Good luck

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