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    Default downgrading 1.0.2 baseband
    i am trying to downgrade my iphone baseband under 1.0.2 using the guide on this site. i am using cyberduck. everything is proceeding swimmingly until i get to the cd /usr/bin command in Terminal, where instead of getting the hash sign i get a sh tag in front of it. Of course when i then use the ls command it says, command not found, i assume because its reading sh ls rather than hash ls.
    Any ideas about what im doing wrong?

  2. #2
    Default Virginizing Issues...
    I am also trying to upgrade my 1.0.2 phone by virginizing then upgrading. I installed the files in the usr/bin folder via ftp, but then I get to ssh in the terminal... I log into the phone but when I try any command I loose connection.

    I have OpenSSH installed, but then I used iNdependence and intalled SSH from it. I would get that different login prompt, so I unintalled SSH from independence and uninstalled and reinstalled OpenSSH from installer.

    So now I can log into my phone but any commands (cd usr/bin, ls, etc...) results in me getting kicked off...

    Could I just restore the phone, upgrade to 1.1.1 or higher (not 1.1.3) and reactivate and jailbreak again. I wouldn't mind restoring my data or resyncing.

    Any help would greatly be appreciated...

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