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    Hi, everyone,
    I'm trying to decrypt the Root Filesystem .dmg file in 3.1.2. I seems sussecced, I opened it with PowerISO and got most of files inside. BUT, localization files in *.lproj folders of all apps(Native apps, SpringBoard.app and Frameworks) are empty---0 byte! I tryed to opened the .dmg with TransMac and got the same result
    I try to decrypt 2.2.1 and sussecced, but got into same situation when decrypting 3.1. I'm sure I have the right vfdecrypt key from TheiPhoneWiki.com

    I do this on Windows 7, cygwin, with the newest version of vfdecrypt and OpenSSL.
    Could anybody help me with this problem?



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    The problem you are encountering is because of the use of the new file system compression that was introduced in Snow Leopard (10.6)

    As far as I know none of the windows tools for reading HFS disks can handle this yet.

    Maybe the bootcamp 3.0 that is included with 10.6 can help. It has a new feature to allow Mac HFS+ disks to be accessed under windows, this is limited to read-only support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    The problem you are encountering is because of the use of the new file system compression that was introduced in Snow Leopard (10.6)

    As far as I know none of the windows tools for reading HFS disks can handle this yet.

    Maybe the bootcamp 3.0 that is included with 10.6 can help. It has a new feature to allow Mac HFS+ disks to be accessed under windows, this is limited to read-only support.
    Thanks for your help

    Can I read this new dmg in 10.5.6?

 

 

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