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  1. #101
    if we can have any amount of space on root why cant winpwn make a thing in the custom software that makes it so u can access ur ipod without "ssh"ing

  2. #102
    y does my iphone kept ghoin into recovery mode rather then dfu mode..?

    i hope power + hold button untill apple logo appears

    release power , hold home

    then itune logo pop up.. ..

  3. #103
    **** YES!!!!! It worked finally!!!! I did everything the same except when i built the ipsw i made the root partition the default (500) YESSSSSSS

  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by replicat0r View Post
    y does my iphone kept ghoin into recovery mode rather then dfu mode..?

    i hope power + hold button untill apple logo appears

    release power , hold home

    then itune logo pop up.. ..
    it has to be pluged in the computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommer View Post
    Thanks! going to try that right now, I'll report back here when it's done
    didn't work..

    now trying without installer using itunes 7.7

  6. #106
    i realized that.. after

    now my phone is in recovery mode.. how do i go from recovery -> dfu




    edit: o wait.. i got it..

    even if its recovery mode with the itune logo..

    turn off the phone.. with the cable plugged in (hold powerbutton)

    when its black. hold power + home for 7 sec

    rellease power but keep holdin home

    it goes into dfu mode..

    and now its pwned... lmao.. was gettin error 6 cause i mistaken recovery mode with dfu..

    hope this help ppl
    Last edited by replicat0r; 2008-08-10 at 02:56 AM.

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  8. #107
    So does anyone know how to access the .5/1.0 GB partition we just made?
    My phone's showing 6.59GB capacity with NOTHING on it...

  9. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by replicat0r View Post
    **** error 6.. grr
    Right..so you created the ipsw file no problem then ?

    The output from WinPwn should look something like this:

    10/08/2008 01:43:16 - This is winpwn ver.:2.0.0.4
    10/08/2008 01:43:16 - Apple Mobile Device Support Version 2.0.1.5 installed.
    10/08/2008 01:43:17 - 62 logos available online
    10/08/2008 01:43:17 - 0 custom payloads available online
    10/08/2008 01:43:22 - File from:E9 - iPhone 3G\iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
    10/08/2008 01:43:23 - Recognized as:iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw Type: IPSW_iPhone3G
    10/08/2008 01:43:23 - Be sure to connect an iPhone 3G!

    10/08/2008 01:44:57 - Preparing ipsw file.
    10/08/2008 01:44:57 - Starting IPSW building
    10/08/2008 01:45:04 - Preferred root size is:1000

    10/08/2008 01:45:04 - Adding custom Boot Logo
    10/08/2008 01:45:04 - Added custom Boot Logo
    10/08/2008 01:45:06 - Adding custom Recovery Image
    10/08/2008 01:45:06 - Added custom Recovery Image
    10/08/2008 01:45:11 - Default root size is:500

    10/08/2008 01:45:11 - Extracting Root Filesystem
    10/08/2008 01:45:17 - Growing Root Filesystem
    10/08/2008 01:45:25 - Replacing Kernel
    10/08/2008 01:45:26 - Applying patch fstab.patch
    10/08/2008 01:45:26 - Applying patch Services.plist.patch
    10/08/2008 01:45:26 - Adding package Cydia.tar
    10/08/2008 01:46:11 - Adding package Installer.tar
    10/08/2008 01:46:13 - Creating restore options (root size is:1000)

    10/08/2008 01:46:14 - Rebuilding Root FileSystem (This will take a while)
    10/08/2008 01:47:19 - Writing IPSW (This also will take a while)
    10/08/2008 01:47:36 - IPSW builder finished
    10/08/2008 01:47:36 - Successfully created custom ipsw E9 - iPhone 3G\2 - Modified Firmware\Custom-iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw


    Once that's done...click on "iPwner". Select the modified firmware you just created and you'll see a notice pop-up.."Your iTunes has been Pwned". Click "ok"...then open iTunes.

    Under "devices"..click on you iPhone. Hold down "shift" and click on "restore". Select the modified firmware and click "ok". Your iPhone will now be restored using the modified firmware.

    * NB *
    If you have not 'pwned' your iPhone before (ie. you've been running on official apple firmware), you will have to put the iPhone into "DFU" mode to restore it.
    * NB *

    "How To Put An iPhone Into DFU Mode"

    1. Have the iPhone connected via usb to your computer & turned on.
    2. Have iTunes open
    3. Turn off your iPhone..leave the usb cable connected.
    4. Hold down the "power" button and the "home" button at the same time
    5. Timing is critical here....hold the "power" button & "home" button for 10 seconds.
    6. After 10 seconds, release the "power" button...but keep holding the "home" button.
    7. After another 10 seconds, release the "home" button and iTunes should detect the iPhone is in "DFU" mode and prompt you to restore it.

    Hope this helps !
    Last edited by irishj; 2008-08-10 at 02:59 AM.

  10. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by irishj View Post
    Right..so you created the ipsw file no problem then ?

    The output from WinPwn should look something like this:

    10/08/2008 01:43:16 - This is winpwn ver.:2.0.0.4
    10/08/2008 01:43:16 - Apple Mobile Device Support Version 2.0.1.5 installed.
    10/08/2008 01:43:17 - 62 logos available online
    10/08/2008 01:43:17 - 0 custom payloads available online
    10/08/2008 01:43:22 - File from:E:9 - iPhone 3GiPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
    10/08/2008 01:43:23 - Recognized as:iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw Type: IPSW_iPhone3G
    10/08/2008 01:43:23 - Be sure to connect an iPhone 3G!

    10/08/2008 01:44:57 - Preparing ipsw file.
    10/08/2008 01:44:57 - Starting IPSW building
    10/08/2008 01:45:04 - Preferred root size is:1000

    10/08/2008 01:45:04 - Adding custom Boot Logo
    10/08/2008 01:45:04 - Added custom Boot Logo
    10/08/2008 01:45:06 - Adding custom Recovery Image
    10/08/2008 01:45:06 - Added custom Recovery Image
    10/08/2008 01:45:11 - Default root size is:500

    10/08/2008 01:45:11 - Extracting Root Filesystem
    10/08/2008 01:45:17 - Growing Root Filesystem
    10/08/2008 01:45:25 - Replacing Kernel
    10/08/2008 01:45:26 - Applying patch fstab.patch
    10/08/2008 01:45:26 - Applying patch Services.plist.patch
    10/08/2008 01:45:26 - Adding package Cydia.tar
    10/08/2008 01:46:11 - Adding package Installer.tar
    10/08/2008 01:46:13 - Creating restore options (root size is:1000)

    10/08/2008 01:46:14 - Rebuilding Root FileSystem (This will take a while)
    10/08/2008 01:47:19 - Writing IPSW (This also will take a while)
    10/08/2008 01:47:36 - IPSW builder finished
    10/08/2008 01:47:36 - Successfully created custom ipsw E:9 - iPhone 3G2 - Modified FirmwareCustom-iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw


    Once that's done...click on "iPwner". Select the modified firmware you just created and you'll see a notice pop-up.."Your iTunes has been Pwned". Click "ok"...then open iTunes.

    Under "devices"..click on you iPhone. Hold down "shift" and click on "restore". Select the modified firmware and click "ok". Your iPhone will now be restored using the modified firmware.

    * NB *
    If you have not 'pwned' your iPhone before (ie. you've been running on official apple firmware), you will have to put the iPhone into "DFU" mode to restore it. You can find instuctions on how to put an iPhone into "DFU" mode, by searching the website...or search on YouTube for videos.
    * NB *

    Hope this helps !

    yea man i got it.. lmao it wasnt in dfu mode... = error 6..

    when ur in dfu mode.. the screen is black.. but itune will say ur in recovery mode..

    if ur screen has an itune logo then ur in restore mode..but itune will say ur in recovery mode..

    also..

    this youtube vid is explains how to put dfu mode in very simple terms.. very helpful

    [ame="http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=fiTcKMZfyfk"]YouTube - How to put your iPhone in DFU mode[/ame]

  11. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by replicat0r View Post
    yea man i got it.. lmao it wasnt in dfu mode... = error 6..

    when ur in dfu mode.. the screen is black.. but itune will say ur in recovery mode..

    if ur screen has an itune logo then ur in restore mode..but itune will say ur in recovery mode..

    also..

    this youtube vid is explains how to put dfu mode in very simple terms.. very helpful

    YouTube - How to put your iPhone in DFU mode
    Exactly what I followed and my iphone WAS in dfu mode. IT had all the symptoms that you described, but I guess trying the change the root file system to 600 was the problem. Anyways, everything is working now!

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    ok this is not cool i tried useing the new winpwn and i kept getting error 6... and know i cant even use a non custom fw cause anything i load gives me error 6 am i ******

  13. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by hardskies View Post
    ok this is not cool i tried useing the new winpwn and i kept getting error 6... and know i cant even use a non custom fw cause anything i load gives me error 6 am i ******
    u got a itune logo when u plug ur phone in? if so then ur not in dfu mode..

    shut down itunehelper in system process

    update itune to the latest version

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardskies View Post
    ok this is not cool i tried useing the new winpwn and i kept getting error 6... and know i cant even use a non custom fw cause anything i load gives me error 6 am i ******
    You're not in DFU mode!
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    i did try and put in dfu mode and still didint screen was black blah blah..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommer View Post
    didn't work..

    now trying without installer using itunes 7.7
    OK! it's up and running now

    this worked for me:

    itunes 7.7
    checked everything but installer 4 in the first tab,
    added custom bootlogo's
    left update bootloader unchecked
    and didn't change the partition size.


    I think that using itunes 7.7 together with leaving installer unchecked did the trick for me


    *edit: guys, I also kept getting error 6 and my phone was very much in DFU mode every time I tried...

  17. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by rizcap View Post
    Why Do I Keep Gettin Unknown Error 6
    You're in restore mode when you try to restore the firmware, make sure you're in DFU mode. You should not see anything on the screen if it is in DFU mode.

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    ok phone is stuck in recove mode i cant get into DFU no matter how hard i try i hold power+home for 7 seconds then relese power and this is wile being pluged into comp.. all it dose it turn itself on and back to recove

  19. #118
    It keeps crashing for me as well.

  20. #119
    2.0.1 is beautiful. No problems yet!

  21. #120
    anyone know why cydia apps are not showing up at all i have tried everything?it says it is installed but not showing up in my main home screen at all..

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