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Discuss iPhone 2G tethering with 3.0 - any news? at the iOS 3.x (iPhone OS 3.x) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by dborca @PrinceDwi Thanks for the feedback. From what I've seen, tethering session ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dborca View Post
    @PrinceDwi
    Thanks for the feedback. From what I've seen, tethering session usage in realtime is not possible with standard Apple software; maybe you saw that in MyWi screenshots? Also, tethering data in Preferences -> Usage may not be possible at this moment; it is a consequence of the design of my hack. There is little benefit and too much complexity in adding that.
    I was referencing the status on post #108, where the user shows he has native tethering enabled from his carrier bundle and his screenshot showed his usage for the session. Unsure if he was running an iPhone 2g or an iPhone 3g, but it intrigued me.

    EDIT:: Unfortunately, that looks to be 3g/3gs, but since that screenshot presents a native usage meter, maybe it could be uncovered and utilized for our 2g tethering endeavor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PrinceDwi View Post
    I was referencing the status on post #108, where the user shows he has native tethering enabled from his carrier bundle and his screenshot showed his usage for the session. Unsure if he was running an iPhone 2g or an iPhone 3g, but it intrigued me.

    EDIT:: Unfortunately, that looks to be 3g/3gs, but since that screenshot presents a native usage meter, maybe it could be uncovered and utilized for our 2g tethering endeavor.
    No. It's not native software. It's MyWi (read that post in context of post 107). Native Apple software looks like this: hxxp://support.apple.com/kb/TS2756. Just unfold "iPhone Settings" link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dborca View Post
    No. It's not native software. It's MyWi (read that post in context of post 107). Native Apple software looks like this: hxxp://support.apple.com/kb/TS2756. Just unfold "iPhone Settings" link.
    Thanks for the clarification! =) Either way, I am quite satisfied with the work you've done so far, and i can vouch on minimal impact on battery life compared to the former mms hack in this forum section that really killed the phone's battery usage.

    And I read in previous posts, you were mentioning how your hack uses a similar APN routing method as mms/data and that's why you cannot meter the usage in tethering mode separately? Please correct me if I'm wrong ><;
    Last edited by PrinceDwi; 11-22-2009 at 08:58 PM. Reason: admendment to prevent double posting

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    I just want to report success on my iPhone 2G running 3.1.2. Tethering (USB/Bluetooth) and MMS work great. Also the battery draining has stopped with this MMS patch compared to the other one. Thanks and keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dborca View Post
    You have PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    How are you looking into this? Debug mode or IDA pro? If you are using IDA, can you share your database? I'm also trying to get all this to work together (setting the APNs and patching for tethering and MMS) and I still trying to understand your patch (CommCenter).
    Hi,

    I've been following this thread with interest myself. Note I have this working on 3.1, not 3.1.2. I haven't upgraded either because it's a lot of work to back everything up, restore, and put it all back.

    I am very curious how you've done this as well. I looked in IDA Pro once, but it seemed to me the binary is encrypted, ie, I can't read the opcodes. I would love a quick description how this was decrypted, so in future we can all replicate this (when 3.2 comes out).

    Regards,

    Alex


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    Thumbs up Success!!!!

    @dborca

    I would like to verify this hack on my 2G iPhone running 3.1.2 on T-Mobile USA



    Thanks Apple for making this wonderful feature easily available. *End Sarcasm*

    Thanks dborca and the Dev Team and Volkpost(ipcc bundle generator site) for all of you hard work on getting this hack working.

    Steps were easily explained in the readme (and didn't take too long either).

    UPDATE: Battery drain is still as usual. I use the phone pretty heavily and don't think there is an "extra" drain on the battery. I get a good 8-12 hours on a fully charged battery. I just keep my charger cord with me where ever I go.

    Last edited by iPhoneRob; 11-27-2009 at 11:37 AM. Reason: Updates

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    Default Is it heating up when you use tethering?

    Guys, are you getting your iphone 2g heating up during tethering? I had this with PdaNet so I had a hope that it will be differently with native tethering. Now it seems like it is a baseband(?) getting hot? If I do use edge actively the phone is getting really hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofoz View Post
    Guys, are you getting your iphone 2g heating up during tethering? I had this with PdaNet so I had a hope that it will be differently with native tethering. Now it seems like it is a baseband(?) getting hot? If I do use edge actively the phone is getting really hot.

    I felt a little heat during the tethering, but not "really hot".

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    Hey guys, been trying to get this to work but i am having some troubles when running the specified commands in terminal. I can ssh in and become root but i run into this error when trying to execute the very first manual command.

    Code:
    iPhone:~ root# chmod +x bpatch pltext chkapn ./bpatch
    iPhone:~ root# /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/CoreTelephony.framework/Support/CommCenter CommCenter_3.1.2_tether_mms.bpatch
    usage: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/CoreTelephony.framework/Support/CommCenter [-1 <L1 trace args>] [-M <path>] [-D] [[-P] | [-p]]
      -1  Baseband layer-1 tracing arguments
      -M  Path to modem to be used
      -P  Display call stack messages using syslog
      -p  Display call stack messages using stderr and stdout
    I have copied all files to the iphone in /var/private/root and when i list files i can see the files in the folder in which i am working. This is shown next. I wonder why the actual files have asterisks next to them. I am unfamiliar with unix file systems. Does it mean that they are files and not folders?

    Also when i try to use the automatic option i get some of the same problems.

    Code:
    iPhone:~ root# chmod +x run_me && ./run_me
    /usr/sbin/BTServer: OK
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/CoreTelephony.framework/Support/CommCenter: OK
    [i] updating hash 22
    [i] updating hash 43
    APN0: phone (0x1)
    APN1: acds.voicemail (0x2)
    type-mask needs to be fixed for tethering
    ./run_me: line 22:   134 Killed                  ./bpatch $COMMCENTER CommCenter_3.1.2_0x30pdp0v2.bpatch
    iPhone:~ root#
    After this i loose the wifi tab in the settings menu. At first i thought that maybe the files are being corrupted when unzipping since i'm on a windows system so i unzipped using 7-zip. It appears that the file name or directory names are incorrect for me. For reference this is tried using a clean commcenter and everything else. I am jailbroken with but have never modified any files in the phone.

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    Nevermind! I didn't realize that i was to enter ./bpatch /System/....

    It was formatted in such a way when i opened the read me that i thought those were two different commands. I performed the manual commands and everything worked perfectly!

    Thanks alot dborca!


 

 

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