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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 N0B0DY Where did you read it? //Rob maybe is a fake but ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by N0B0DY View Post
    Where did you read it?

    //Rob
    maybe is a fake but here:h**p://macthemes2.net/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16797049


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    Quote Originally Posted by asd View Post
    maybe is a fake but here:h**p://macthemes2.net/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16797049
    There is no proof. He is just trying to get attention.

    //Rob

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    Can be the truth, but he very probably will come up with some nasty ass 3rd party app to do so.

    Anyway, I think these are the files we need to concentrate on:


    h4x0r3d:/ root# grep -R MobileInternetSharing ./
    Binary file ./Applications/Preferences.app/Preferences matches
    Binary file ./System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SpringBoard matches
    Binary file ./System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.MobileInternetSharing.plist matches
    Binary file ./System/Library/PreferenceBundles/WirelessModemSettings.bundle/WirelessModemSettings matches
    Binary file ./System/Library/SystemConfiguration/USBEthernetSharing.bundle/USBEthernetSharing matches
    Binary file ./System/Library/SystemConfiguration/WiFiManager.bundle/WiFiManager matches
    And of course the mobile net sharing daemon: /usr/libexec/misd

    Now I've been playing around with the daemon and some args, and even tho these args will not
    solve our problem is good to know they do exist so once the tethering mistery is solved we can
    set these to fit our needs. The args are:

    misd -[arg] [value]

    -d
    I presume this means daemon, and will force the run as a background process

    -c [value]
    Number of threads

    -p [value]
    Port

    -t [value]
    Idle time out

    -e [value]
    unknown

    -l
    unknown

    -v
    unknown - verbose?
    Last edited by unl0cker; 07-06-2009 at 01:01 AM.
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    Would it be possible to add the bluetooth profiles from the 3G and 3GS to the 2G ? I've searched the filesystem on my phone, but i couldnt find the location of any profiles... hope it doesn't involve flashing bluetooth firmware or something.

    Without the profiles it would be pretty hard to tether i guess, unless you focus on USB only.

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    The profiles reside in ~/Library/ConfigurationProfiles

    If you don't have any installed (eg. installed using Mail, download or iPhone conf Util) you won't see any there.


    I'd love if someone post a 3G profile here. Anyone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by unl0cker View Post
    The profiles reside in ~/Library/ConfigurationProfiles

    If you don't have any installed (eg. installed using Mail, download or iPhone conf Util) you won't see any there.


    I'd love if someone post a 3G profile here. Anyone?
    You're confusing Configuration profiles with Bluetooth profiles. These are two completely different things.
    For BT profiles, I suggest looking into /usr/sbin/BTServer, /etc/bluetool/ and /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/BluetoothManager.framework.
    Waiting for iPhone3,1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackboxxx View Post
    You're confusing Configuration profiles with Bluetooth profiles. These are two completely different things.
    For BT profiles, I suggest looking into /usr/sbin/BTServer, /etc/bluetool/ and /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/BluetoothManager.framework.
    Thanks!
    I've checked those files against a 3G phone from a colleage, but i couldn't find any differences at all..
    Its hard to find a place where to start looking to get tethering to work.
    Maybe a full diff compare between all plists/executables on a 2G and a 3G(S) phone would yield some interesting results.

    Since i dont have full access to a 3G phone, this is gonna be hard to do.
    Maybe its possible to extract the IPSW firmware images provided by apple and check those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unl0cker View Post
    -l
    unknown

    -v
    unknown - verbose?
    -v is indeed verbose, but doesn't yield any useful information. -l is unknown to me, though it seems to slow boot-up time considerably.
    You can enable the arguments in /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.MobileInternetSharing.plist


    Quote Originally Posted by mavvert View Post
    Thanks!
    Maybe a full diff compare between all plists/executables on a 2G and a 3G(S) phone would yield some interesting results.
    Interestingly enough, the filesystems on the 2G and 3G are identical. The 3GS, however, has many new applications and frameworks (voice control, video recording/editing, accessibility) and all the binaries have been recompiled for the new CPU, which are not backwards compatible with older models.
    Last edited by jacksonbrown; 07-09-2009 at 07:29 PM.

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    helo
    i am newb and resently got iphone 2g .
    anyone can explain steps to enables teathering to me..?
    or is not posible yet?

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    Maybe there are CALLS to 'baseband' in 3G/3GS binaries?
    In such situation it would be hard to do anything about it (different chip & different firmware).


 

 

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