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Discuss Push Notifications on iPhone 2G (EDGE w/ OS3.0) at the iOS 3.x (iPhone OS 3.x) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by volkspost bingo, you got it, I guess Can someone with an iPod ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    bingo, you got it, I guess
    Can someone with an iPod Touch test this?

    The current activation files are in /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown I think. If you remove these & reboot iTunes should ask for a new activation.

    Then you can extract the certificates with the "pushfix beta" app.

    I can't test this myself. I don't have a official activated iPhone or iPod Touch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    I had the same thought, but he claims to have automated the certificate generation. Does he have a script that grabs the certificate then deletes the appropriate files and triggers a reactivation? He has thoughtfully documented the files required to be deleted for reactivation on his forum.

    Won't Apple notice the same device requesting reactivation over and over again and blacklist it?

    He's likely stockpiled thousands of certificates already anyway.
    With some unix scripting/programming knowledge you can make a script

    It's just removing some files
    reboot the ipod or iphone
    let iTunes reactivate
    run "nimble" to extract the files
    copy them to your local pc or mac

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    OK, here is what he does, just tested it on my factory unlocked iPhone 3GS

    1. SSH into the iPhone, cp and chmod 0755 nimble to
    /private/var/keycahins
    2. run ./nimble and grab the four files, copy them to your PC
    3. remove all files and folders in /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown
    4. Reboot the iPhone
    5. Start iTunes - it will activate your iPhone
    6. Restart with step 1

    If you setup SFTP, fixed IP and USB connection with your Mac/PC even doing it manually takes about two minutes.

    Will generate a new set of certs every time you run the job.
    Last edited by volkspost; 10-30-2009 at 01:39 PM. Reason: Forgot step 4 - reboot the iPhone
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    If this works. Can somebody send me a set of unique certs?

    PM me

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    Guys, if you go for this way just make sure to distribute one fresh package of certs to just one person. If many ppl start using the same set, the story starts from scratch: not working
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Guys, if you go for this way just make sure to distribute one fresh package of certs to just one person. If many ppl start using the same set, the story starts from scratch: not working
    Indeed. After you extract the certs and send them to someone, it's best to remove them from your computer.

    Also don't forget to reactivate your own phone, so you get new certs for yourself.

    Once you received a set of certs you can always reuse them when you restore your hacktivated iPhone. After you restore your phone just inject them again. So keep the certs save on your computer.
    Last edited by kdhoe; 10-30-2009 at 02:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdhoe View Post
    Indeed. After you extract the certs and send them to someone, it's best to remove them from your computer.

    Also don't forget to reactivate your own phone, so you get new certs for yourself.

    Once you received a set of certs you can always reuse them when you restore your hacktivated iPhone. After you restore your phone just inject them again. So keep the certs save on your computer.
    Exactly that the way to go, thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Exactly that the way to go, thx
    Now some volunteers who are willing to make certs... :-)

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    Nice! I've been discussing this issue in private with volkspost for a while and I've been using a factory unlocked phone to generate certs for several iPhones (family and friends), but I was resorting to reinstalling to get the fresh certificates. If indeed this works, great!

    As noted, this will work, as long as 2 rules are obeyed:

    - The person that generates the certificates must only distribute it to a SINGLE PERSON. So send AND ERASE THEM.

    - The receiver of a certificate uses it ON A SINGLE IPHONE. The certificate must also be saved for future use on the SAME IPHONE

    So, PLEASE no more packages with certificates on "that site" or "that other site" too. This is what caused people to start saying the the dev team fix was not working.

    Now it will take a while for the tutorials around to be cleansed from the pre-packed certs.

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    One note aside: aviegas did all the basic research on technical background, he was just nice sharing this with me.
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