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    it seems to be working on my 3.0 3G. But I have a question. I am a person who disagrees with all warez and such pirated stuff. Why is that small file cracked and illegal? are we not allowed to edit settings for our iphones?
    at least jailbreaking is not illegal, thank GOD!!!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    does this work for 2.2.1 and 3.0, or for a 2.2.1 3G ???

    thanks!
    this works on 2g and 3g , 2.2.1 and 3.0

    Am I good or what?


    Live w/ pirates or fight them, as I see now u r using cracked stuff, and I know u like that message gone... dont u?
    Last edited by edhunter; 06-27-2009 at 06:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edhunter View Post
    upload this file to

    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/IAP.framework/Support/

    #chmod 755 * ; chown root:wheel *

    dont be afraid of the * there is nothing else there


    88888888 this file is cracked and is no legal, use it under ur own risk 88888888
    the path does not seem correct. i got to that exact location you mention but there it no /support folder inside of IAP.framework

    furthermore...is this file iapd to replace a file because there is another one called IAP

    i have a 2g iphone running 3.0 jailbroken

    i renamed my original file IAP to IAP.org

    then copied over your file iapd, renamed it to IAP, chmod to 755
    reboot
    but now all i see is the pineapple logo
    its fails to come back to springboard
    whatecver this file does it messes up the iphone

    i had to restore

    thanks for the help
    do not install that file it will royally mess up everything
    fails to work on 2g running 3.0

    you have been warned!!! dont do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    it seems to be working on my 3.0 3G. But I have a question. I am a person who disagrees with all warez and such pirated stuff. Why is that small file cracked and illegal? are we not allowed to edit settings for our iphones?
    at least jailbreaking is not illegal, thank GOD!!!!!!!!
    It worked for seseberg, also worked for me on a 2G, please retry, the path is correct, I have fixed 5 phones already , please check your procedures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja_pimp View Post
    the path does not seem correct. i got to that exact location you mention but there it no /support folder inside of IAP.framework

    furthermore...is this file iapd to replace a file because there is another one called IAP

    i have a 2g iphone running 3.0 jailbroken

    i renamed my original file IAP to IAP.org

    then copied over your file iapd, renamed it to IAP, chmod to 755
    reboot
    but now all i see is the pineapple logo
    its fails to come back to springboard
    whatecver this file does it messes up the iphone

    i had to restore

    thanks for the help
    do not install that file it will royally mess up everything
    fails to work on 2g running 3.0

    you have been warned!!! dont do it
    how did you copied the iapd file if you weren't able to find it?

    I have experienced the same problem in mobileterminal, in which it wouldn't show one of the folders I was looking for, namly the carrier bundles folder.
    Anyhow, install iFile in cydia which is THE BEST iphone file manager up to date, and, you will certainly find the folder you are looking for.

    after you have moved the file!! not renamed the other one as that might result in corrupted stuff, you can backup that file on your computing machine or whatever.......

    it worked for me, i dunno why it didn't work for you........


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    This seems to be a completely different iapd file. It is just 609 kB, whereas the original is about 1200 kB. This seems to be from the firmware 2.0 or before, when the file was a smaller size. Taking files from old firmware unchanged is usually not a good idea.

    I'm afraid that some important checks and protection measures may not be present in that version: iapd is supposed to prevent, for example, that the iPhone gets connected to a charging device that supplies too high voltage and could fry the phone's hardware.

    There was a pathced iapd file for 2.1, which had at least approximately the right size (about 1130 kB). Suggestion: Try to find out who created that patch and see of they can do it again for this version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Danner View Post
    This seems to be a completely different iapd file. It is just 609 kB, whereas the original is about 1200 kB. This seems to be from the firmware 2.0 or before, when the file was a smaller size. Taking files from old firmware unchanged is usually not a good idea.

    I'm afraid that some important checks and protection measures may not be present in that version: iapd is supposed to prevent, for example, that the iPhone gets connected to a charging device that supplies too high voltage and could fry the phone's hardware.

    There was a pathced iapd file for 2.1, which had at least approximately the right size (about 1130 kB). Suggestion: Try to find out who created that patch and see of they can do it again for this version.
    WOW!!! then we really need to backup our stuff before doing anything.................... thanks for letting us know!!!

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    ok, so how do we modify this iapd file on 3.0 to disable those stupid warnings which keep on lighting my 3G up even when it's in locked state? some help anyone?

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    ok, so how do we modify this iapd file on 3.0 to disable those stupid warnings which keep on lighting my 3G up even when it's in locked state? some help anyone?

    thanks!
    Click on my name and you will find the link on the screen ... this is 3G 3.0 iapd. Just for testing purpose. let me know if it works for you. Keep the original safe, just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shahjahan View Post
    Click on my name and you will find the link on the screen ... this is 3G 3.0 iapd. Just for testing purpose. let me know if it works for you. Keep the original safe, just in case.
    ok, ill let you know!


 

 
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