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Discuss Changing iphone's wifi mac address at the General - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Singaja TeckniX, Definitly not , the no wifi is clearly a firmware ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singaja View Post
    TeckniX,
    Definitly not , the no wifi is clearly a firmware problem[baseband firmware to be precise]. A similar problem happened to me when I was revirginizing my phone. Something went wrong[not sure why] while flashing the baseband and i needed to start the whole process over. When the baseband was corrupt i had the no-wifi problems which others report[In the settings for instance you cannot enter the wifi section]

    Changing the mac address of the wifi adapter won't do any good when the driver is corrupted[or non-existant at all].
    So what is a possible solution for no wifi? ...( im tired to asking ALL the internet)


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    That depends. Basically you need to reflash the baseband firmware with proper version. I suggest reading through revirginizing tutorials.

    Just to give a clue what to search for:
    Most tutorial suggest downgrading phone's firmware to 1.0.2[not bb!]
    Now depending on what version of baseband firmware u want to put on your phone
    u may need to use ieraser if replacing newer one with older one.
    Do the proper reflash with bbupdater
    Use iUnlock to remove the sim-lock from baseband firmware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdfreeman View Post
    Cool....

    I need to spoof a mac address on a very regular basis but always to the same mac address.

    I am basically spoofing a iphone mac address to be an ipod touch ....

    Just to confirm do mac addresses have any checksum or is any format valid, Basically a mac address for an ipod touch always starts with 00 1d 4f, can i put anything after 00 1d 4f ??

    How would i script this so I would only need to type ./changemac from terminal or better still how would I add a shortcut to the main springboard to changemymac to the one I embedded in the short cut.

    Matthew

    hah ! you wouldn't happen to be in UK would you ? and using 3.99 Wifi

    If it works, let us know

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    Red face Hi

    Hi
    I'm new in this forum. I have iphone 3.0 with terminal installed when write in terminal this command "ifconfig en0 lladdr 00:c0:a8:8d:cc:1f" It says operation not permited. any one can help plzzzzzzzzzzzzz. I want to spoof my mac.
    And I also want to tell that when i write this through winscp my mac spoofs in first atempt .

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    Probably you don't have root priviledges

    You should type "su" in the terminal and you will be prompted for root password (still default "alpine" on 3.0?)
    After that you should be able to change the mac address.

    There's a GUI based mac address changer available on Cydia , not sure if it's 3.0 compatible though.


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    is there anyother way to spoof mac address in iphone 3gs with firmware 3.1.3?? cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by dying4004 View Post
    is there anyother way to spoof mac address in iphone 3gs with firmware 3.1.3?? cheers
    Not without selling your soul (aka the kernel) to the devil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dborca View Post
    Not without selling your soul (aka the kernel) to the devil.
    there is way but you dont know it.

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    is possible do the same think with bluetooth?
    i must change mac for made differente pariring with my nokia.. one for iblurever and one for roqygps

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    Quote Originally Posted by idreamer View Post
    is possible do the same think with bluetooth?
    i must change mac for made differente pariring with my nokia.. one for iblurever and one for roqygps
    As explained earlier by dborca, you need to patch the kernel to be able to change your mac address for wifi or bluetooth. This means it isn't realistically possible for a non technical user.
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