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    If you restore correctly and fix the baseband with IPSF on 1.0.2 you can follow this guide to get to 1.1.1


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    Is everything working on this version?
    Youtube, wifi, call in and out, SMS in and out?
    Thanks a lot,
    Abras

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    same with any other guide, only youtube and multiple sim not working. There are fix for them, just search the forum.

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    22. Connect to the iphone using winscp, with username: root and new password: alpine and run the following commands (by pressing Ctrl-T to open up a popup window for command line input):

    cd /
    chmod 755 /bin/rm
    chmod 755 /Applications/Installer.app/Installer
    chmod 755 /usr/bin/springpatch
    rm -r /private/var/root/Library/Installer
    cd /usr/bin
    ./springpatch

    27. Go to your JailbreakWindows folder (make sure iTunes and its related processes are not running--use Task Manager to kill iTuneHelper and iPodService!) and run the .exe you have generated from the website that you have saved to the folder (the name of the file is your device id number). Follow whatever it says and it should says "Activated"

    * * * I got stuck at this command. I got the "mv" command not found....But works after I installed OpenSSH...
    mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media
    Last edited by dbknight; 10-19-2007 at 08:25 AM.

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    Has anybody else tested it?

    Doe's it work?

    Sorry for my bad english!


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    I've been lurking on here for the last week after buying an otb 1.1.1 and downgrading to 1.0.2 and using ipsf to unlock. Been using the phone for a week fine and was waiting for some more clearer instructions to upgrade back to 1.1.1 under XP. This post is what I've been waiting for so thanks.

    I've just tried these steps and now have my phone activated using T-Mobile and it appears to work as expected. Here's some things I ran into and what I did:

    - Steps 12 and 13. I had to REBOOT AFTER step 12 before I would see a RW / dir

    - Step 15. I had the fileref 0 problem as explained here:

    http://modmyiphone.com/wiki/index.ph..._1.1.1_Windows

    so did this:

    run iphoneinterface.exe and issued commands:

    putfile /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.update.plist
    exit

    - Steps 18-21 never worked for me so I skipped. My screen would go off after a while but I would just click the home button and move the activation slider every 30seconds to keep the screen on for the rest of the steps

    - Step 24b. While in WinSCP navigate to /usr/libexec. This is where lockdownd is located

    - Step 27. Make sure iTunes is exited and I checked for any other itunes process running in Win Task Manager and ended them (iTunesHelper). If you do not do this the iasign exe will fail to connect

    - Step 29b You'll notice here that the rm command will work but the mv will not. This is because the mv command isn't on your phone. I'm guessing here because I never tried it but I think the phase2.script in the jailbreak package should have another line "putfile /bin/mv" added so that the mv command is on your phone. As I was past this point I just installed Community Sources and then BSD subsystem and then you'll have a mv command as well as alot of other commands. In my case after doing all this the Media dir reappears so I had to do:

    rm -r /var/root/Media
    mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media

    to cleanup. Remeber I had removed the Media symlink (rm) and tried the move of the Media.old dir (mv). Once I installed the Community Sources and BSD Subsystem, the Media dir reappeared as a directory this time (not sym link) so "rm -r" will remove the directory. The "mv" command shouuld now work

    So that's it. As I said my phone is working under 1.1.1 and activated using T-Mobile using these instructions from an otb 1.1.1 phone and unlocked using ipsf 1.6.

    Thanks again for providing these instructions and hopefully my edits will help someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbknight View Post
    22. Connect to the iphone using winscp, with username: root and new password: alpine and run the following commands (by pressing Ctrl-T to open up a popup window for command line input):

    cd /
    chmod 755 /bin/rm
    chmod 755 /Applications/Installer.app/Installer
    chmod 755 /usr/bin/springpatch
    rm -r /private/var/root/Library/Installer
    cd /usr/bin
    ./springpatch

    27. Go to your JailbreakWindows folder (make sure iTunes and its related processes are not running--use Task Manager to kill iTuneHelper and iPodService!) and run the .exe you have generated from the website that you have saved to the folder (the name of the file is your device id number). Follow whatever it says and it should says "Activated"

    * * * I got stuck at this command. I got the "mv" command not found....But works after I installed OpenSSH...
    mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media



    Thanks for the fix, I have posted the answer to your question in the first page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadstick View Post
    I've been lurking on here for the last week after buying an otb 1.1.1 and downgrading to 1.0.2 and using ipsf to unlock. Been using the phone for a week fine and was waiting for some more clearer instructions to upgrade back to 1.1.1 under XP. This post is what I've been waiting for so thanks.

    I've just tried these steps and now have my phone activated using T-Mobile and it appears to work as expected. Here's some things I ran into and what I did:

    - Steps 12 and 13. I had to REBOOT AFTER step 12 before I would see a RW / dir

    - Step 15. I had the fileref 0 problem as explained here:

    http://modmyiphone.com/wiki/index.ph..._1.1.1_Windows

    so did this:

    run iphoneinterface.exe and issued commands:

    putfile /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.update.plist
    exit

    - Steps 18-21 never worked for me so I skipped. My screen would go off after a while but I would just click the home button and move the activation slider every 30seconds to keep the screen on for the rest of the steps

    - Step 24b. While in WinSCP navigate to /usr/libexec. This is where lockdownd is located

    - Step 27. Make sure iTunes is exited and I checked for any other itunes process running in Win Task Manager and ended them (iTunesHelper). If you do not do this the iasign exe will fail to connect

    - Step 29b You'll notice here that the rm command will work but the mv will not. This is because the mv command isn't on your phone. I'm guessing here because I never tried it but I think the phase2.script in the jailbreak package should have another line "putfile /bin/mv" added so that the mv command is on your phone. As I was past this point I just installed Community Sources and then BSD subsystem and then you'll have a mv command as well as alot of other commands. In my case after doing all this the Media dir reappears so I had to do:

    rm -r /var/root/Media
    mv /var/root/Media.old /var/root/Media

    to cleanup. Remeber I had removed the Media symlink (rm) and tried the move of the Media.old dir (mv). Once I installed the Community Sources and BSD Subsystem, the Media dir reappeared as a directory this time (not sym link) so "rm -r" will remove the directory. The "mv" command shouuld now work

    So that's it. As I said my phone is working under 1.1.1 and activated using T-Mobile using these instructions from an otb 1.1.1 phone and unlocked using ipsf 1.6.

    Thanks again for providing these instructions and hopefully my edits will help someone else.
    Posted and corrected too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LA20 View Post
    same with any other guide, only youtube and multiple sim not working. There are fix for them, just search the forum.
    There are just so many fixes, so many method... mind showing me the link?

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    FYI, my YouTube worked after following these instructions without doing anything... Though it might have something to do with me using PACAY to activate after I downgraded to 1.0.2...


 

 

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