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Block restore and update on device side
I'm looking for a way to stop any restore and update on my jailbroken iphone 4.0.1 from the device's side.
For older versions, to stop updates I've seen where you can do
"chmod a-x /usr/libexec/software_update"
but there is no /usr/libexec/software_update even though Services.plist has this as a ProgramArguments under com.apple.mobile.software_update.
I'm hoping there is an easy way to just change the permissions on either a directory or file to cause the update/restore to error out in iTunes, but I'll listen to anyway you may know of.
In a little program I'm being notified when the USB is attached and detached so if you know anything I can do in code would help also. Like if a certain notification happens do something, etc. I can make a change when attached to usb and revert the change when detached.
Thanks in advance.
yes.. there was discussion about a patched iBoot that could do this. This meant you had to deliberately put the iPhone into DFU mode (or run a specific command via iRecovery) to restore.
Originally Posted by oochaDog
Not sure if it ever was completed. Why it was probably never released was that implementing it this way would mean a tethered boot for new bootrom (including iPhone 4) devices (not desirable)
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