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    Hmm... I can't locate activation_record.plist either. Another site I saw listed it in the Lockdown folder but its not there on my machine.


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    you need to take the DeviceCertificate from data_ark.plist which is one of the files that is given in the previuos links then open the activation_record.plist which is in

    /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown

    and put the the DeviceCertificate below were it starts

    <key>DeviceCertificate</key>
    <data>
    ( HEAR )

    then save the activation_record.plist and put it back into /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown

    should work did for me!
    Last edited by badappleuk; 08-15-2007 at 09:26 PM.

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    badappleuk, thanks for the response. Apparently activation_record.plist doesn't exist on my phone. I have a folder called activation_records with a plist file named after my device ID. It does have a blank key value for the Certificate but inserting it didn't make it work. Also my data_ark.plist is over written each time the phone is rebooted but the YouTube.app doesn't work before its rebooted.

    Frustrating
    Last edited by hererxnl; 08-15-2007 at 09:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badappleuk View Post
    you need to take the DeviceCertificate from data_ark.plist which is one of the files that is given in the previuos links then open the activation_record.plist which is in

    /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown

    and put the the DeviceCertificate below were it starts

    <key>DeviceCertificate</key>
    <data>
    ( HEAR )

    then save the activation_record.plist and put it back into /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown

    should work did for me!
    Well, it worked. I originally followed the tutorial via OSK and iPhuc. After transferring the 3 files didn't work.

    Next I did what you suggested and it works now. It has been reported elsewhere though that sometimes after a jailbreak it stops working. I will know shortly, now that i am in hack mode...

    Using 1.0 and my directory didn't have the "activation_record" folder.

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    Ok, jailbreaked via jailbreak, replaced YouTube icon via iPhuc, returned to jail via iActivator 1.1.4 all still working.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hererxnl View Post
    badappleuk, thanks for the response. Apparently activation_record.plist doesn't exist on my phone. I have a folder called activation_records with a plist file named after my device ID. It does have a blank key value for the Certificate but inserting it didn't make it work. Also my data_ark.plist is over written each time the phone is rebooted but the YouTube.app doesn't work before its rebooted.

    Frustrating
    I have the same EXACT problem
    I dont have a activation_record.plist file
    The data_ark.plist is over written each time the phone is rebooted

    Any ideas?

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    do you not have a activation file at

    var/root/Library/Lockdown

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    Ok SOLVED!!

    Basically, there is a different process depending on your Firmware version!

    Ok, so if you have firmware 1.0:

    - Copy the files kindly donated by deleonju
    - Get them onto your phone thru SCP or similar, into /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown
    - Copy the certificate key from data_ark.plist into your activation_record.plist file
    - Reboot!

    However, if you have firmware 1.1:

    - Copy the files kindly donated by deleonju
    - Get them onto your phone thru SCP or similar, into /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown
    - Copy the key out of data_ark.plist to the clipboard
    - Open up the original .plist file you used to activate the iPhone, if you used iASign and Tool. If you did it a different way, you will need to find the .plist file that your method used. Check out http://www.hacktheiphone.com/iphone_...intel_mac.html. Even if you activated your iPhone in an easier way, I recommend using this method to unlock YouTube.
    - Insert the key from the clipboard into this .plist file. The location it needs to go in is obvious. There won't be a key there already
    - Save the .plist file
    - using Tool (see hacktheiphone link) firstly deactivate the iPhone.
    - then, using syntax provided in the tutorial (link...), activate the iPhone again, using the modified .plist file
    - reboot iPhone
    - it works!!

    Phew. Gee, thanks Apple for changing the file structure of activation_record from 1.0 to 1.1! Led to all sorts of confusion!...

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    First time UK poster here. Thanks to all who gave the advice.....it works great

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4xxr View Post
    Ok SOLVED!!
    Well done!


 

 

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