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    Default Default root password?

    I have just unlocked my iPhone and installed BSD Subsystem and OpenSSH. When trying to login as root (using Putty) then "dottie" password is not accepted, any ideas?



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    default is 'alpine'

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    Thanks, in which directories on the filesystem do I copy music and videos?

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    /var/root/Media/iTunes_Control/

    If you try to copy to that directory, the files won't be recognized by iPod unless the iTunes Library is updated.

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    Thanks man!

    Is it safe to use iTunes after unlock to add music?
    Is it safe to change root password?


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    They have bash and many UNIX tools in there, great job!

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    It's never been safe to use iTunes at any circumstances, but it won't lock you up after the unlock+jailbreak+activation
    It's unsafe to not change the root password. use passwd command to change it.

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    I know how to change the password, what I meant is that some programs might rely on the known password (like to install applications etc). Anyhow, how can I transfer music on the phone? Can't do it with iTunes, can't do it with ssh.

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    you can use winscp to connect to your phone.
    Now I have a little problem when i transfer big files.
    Seems like if iphone is left idle for a while it loses? connection to the wi-fi even though it shows its active.
    What i did was ping the phone once and while and keep webbrowsing while uploading the ringtone to keep it from losing the connection.

    I use this guide: http://modmyifone.com/wiki/index.php...n_iPhone_1.1.1
    but I don't see the ringtone after the reboot.
    The ringtones length is 3:30.013
    so when i enter the length i tried both 330013 and 210013(3minx60secs=180 +30sec =210)
    but dind work.
    My next attempt it so use an mp3 thats less than 1 min.
    I ll let you know later today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotFound View Post
    /var/root/Media/iTunes_Control/

    If you try to copy to that directory, the files won't be recognized by iPod unless the iTunes Library is updated.
    And how do I update iTunes Library?


 

 
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