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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter087 View Post
    ok, did the following. not sure if the cert i got is hactivated or activated.

    1. restore to 3.0.1
    2. insert O2-UK legit SIM and activate via iTunes (the sim stays until the final step)
    3. Redsnow 0.8 to jailbreak + install Cydia + unlock (nowhere to choose whether to hactivate or not)
    4. install SSH and Mobile Terminal
    5. followed the steps by CorranQ. except didn't need to move the files because it's on the same phone
    6. tested Push over wi-fi (because the O2-UK sim had internet disabled) it didn't work.
    7. inserted my usual SIM to phone someone and restoring my backups from iTune.

    now, this is the reason i don't like Redsnow/Quickpwn. not enough options to choose from comparing to PwnageTool.

    it would be nice to get it to work. but from the looks of things, Redsnow have hactivated the phone.
    I know the feeling :-S I tried to use an AT&T sim I had from when I originally bought mine and it didn't activate the iPhone for starters... I've been having trouble with PUSH but that's both because of the 3.0.1 updates as much as me not wanting to re-activate data on the SIM I've been using, lol...

    I did finally manage to get it working again, but ironically enough I won't be absolutely certain until I'm on vacations in Europe :-S This after restoring four times... bleh... I so wish we could figure out how to get PUSH working without this copying of certs...
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    what's strange is that with stock iPhone firmware and legit O2-UK SIM, Push still doesn't work over Wi-fi. the SIM isn't registered (got it free via O2 promotion) so no GPRS/EDGE connection, i could hear the phone trying to connect by placing it next to a speaker.

    conclusion is that Push notification on iPhone is broken. Apple had made sure Push only works over mobile data network, but it drains battery and not everyone have unlimited data plan (at least jailbreakers) Apple should have built a fall-back to wifi function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter087 View Post
    what's strange is that with stock iPhone firmware and legit O2-UK SIM, Push still doesn't work over Wi-fi. the SIM isn't registered (got it free via O2 promotion) so no GPRS/EDGE connection, i could hear the phone trying to connect by placing it next to a speaker.

    conclusion is that Push notification on iPhone is broken. Apple had made sure Push only works over mobile data network, but it drains battery and not everyone have unlimited data plan (at least jailbreakers) Apple should have built a fall-back to wifi function.

    It is definitely buggy but I think push on iPhones basically struggles between the edge/GPRS/3G/wifi IPs, and even if data isn't fully enabled, you still have an IP, so ultimately the iPhone has something like an identity crisis over Internet addresses to which it sends push notifications... This is all conjecture, but my iPhones recent Push behavior seems to go with it :-S
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    Still no word from the DEV Tam to fix this issue. Its a real downer not having push. All the fixes that are out there only make you receive messages from other people or stop working after some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cariza View Post
    Still no word from the DEV Tam to fix this issue. Its a real downer not having push. All the fixes that are out there only make you receive messages from other people or stop working after some time.
    Yeah, I'm still holding out hope on it getting fixed, but for now using my own iPod to get the certs for my iPhone has worked beautifully.
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    Isn't there anyone who has word from the devteam?
    The fix we have rightnow is a beta fix, but it doens't look like their working on a working one? We can try testing and doing things but eventually its not going to work without a better and proper hack.

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    I have my complete faith on dev team.Hope they would be able tofix this issue very soon. And for myself push is working right.

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    i have an activted iphone 3g n a hactivated iphone 2g.....can i copy certs file from 3g to 2g????where i gonna find them on my 3g????n also i think i have to jailbroke my 3g for transferring...so doesnt it gonna b hactivated then????

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    Default Working on 3.1

    For those wondering, the exact same process works with 3.1 as it did with 3.0 and 3.01 - a few notes though: for some reason in my case push only really fully works while on Edge. You may not notice whether or not it's working for you unless you're using data over Edge/3G.

    Also, there is no need to uninstall your Push applications. Simply do NOT open them upon updating to 3.1 using PwnageTool before you've replaced your Push certificates as described in the tool developed by DevTeam. After this you can reopen your Push enabled apps and enjoy them as they were.
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    Is this still an issue with 3.1? I see so little information on the fix and the problem these days that I'm wondering what's going on...


 

 

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