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Thread: 1.0.1 Jailbroken to 1.1.3...with a iTunes.

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    Arrow 1.0.1 Jailbroken to 1.1.3...with a iTunes.
    OK, so I got my iPhone pretty much day 1, FW 1.0.1. I did the original Jailbreak, and everything since then through I never bothered upgrading as it didn't seem worth the hassle. However, in the last few months there have been several programs I can't install as they require a higher firmware than mine, and now with 1.1.3 with some worthwhile features being jailbroken it seemed time to take the plunge.

    Here's the catch, the only computer easily available to me (a PPC Mac Mini) doesn't recognize the iPhone when I plug it in, so no iTunes. It's not a problem with the Phone, after some testing it seems my USB ports are somehow dead.

    I can get into the iPhone fine using SSH.


    Is there a way to get a Jailbroken 1.0.1 iPhone to a softgraded 1.1.3 without using iTunes; in other words, entirely using SSH.

    Worst case, I can wait until next weekend and use a friends Windows PC...but it just seems more 'l33t h4x0r' to do it myself in a Terminal ;-)

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    I think the "official jailbreak" which was release about 1/2 hour ago will do it this way. I'm not sure what the process is to get the files on it (the pack they have us downloaded is like 300kb). Not sure if after setting the pack (you do it via SSH) if it requires a USB connection or not.
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