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    Duh....I forgot my stupid passcode and now I can't access phone. Somebody please help!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by bboy_alpha View Post
    Duh....I forgot my stupid passcode and now I can't access phone. Somebody please help!!
    If OpenSSH is installed on your 1.1.4 iPhone use PuTTY (Windows) or Terminal (Mac), connect via WiFi, log into the iPhone and type
    rm /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist
    restart the iPhone and you will be set.
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    You can also remove keychain.db file. It will, however, wipe out all phone stored passwords.

    Volkspost advice, however, is way more safer.

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    in the event openshh is not installed on the iphone... what would someone do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by truehybridx View Post
    in the event openshh is not installed on the iphone... what would someone do?
    one would try to use a custom ramdisk to hack it. thats a bit more heavy, most of the cases a restore and new setup would be easier. after that (almost) all data could be put back via sync.
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    *sigh* i wish i knew more about how they do that ramdisk stuff so i could do stuff like that, it could come in handy...

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    everywhere i search for custom RAM disk brings up how to take out the passcode and they all say "There are numerous How-To's out there to do this." soooo i cant find ANY :-/

    anyone know anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by truehybridx View Post
    everywhere i search for custom RAM disk brings up how to take out the passcode and they all say "There are numerous How-To's out there to do this." soooo i cant find ANY :-/

    anyone know anything?
    One way is to extract the ramdisk from iLiberty, use a hex-editor to replace code in there with the commands to delete the plist. Then you would have to use iPHUC (only working up to firmware 1.1.4), install the additional libraries, put the iPhone in recovery mode and use iPHUC to run the ram-disk code.
    This is a lot of hassle, in most cases the best way is just to restore the iPhone.
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    You can connect to iPhone by Total Commander with T-PoT as well. It's, hm... WinSCP which doesn't need SSH installed and runing on iPhone. If you are on a Mac you can use DiskAid.
    // They don't have command mode (both) so you have to remove it manually.

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    the iLiberty one is too much of a hassel.. i got the quickpwn RD but i dont think its a complete one.... it would be nice to have a base RD to play with and a tut that tells about it lol


 

 
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