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    Default HELP! After putting factory activated lockdownd on 1.1.2 iPhone it barely works and

    It is going very sluggishly. Even using the original lockdownd doesn't fix the sluggishness. Can anyone with a 1.1.2 working on their iPhone send me their lockdownd file or at least tell me what I can do? Thanks



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    It is going very sluggishly. Even using the original lockdownd doesn't fix the sluggishness. Can anyone with a 1.1.2 working on their iPhone send me their lockdownd file or at least tell me what I can do? Thanks
    set permissions of the lockdownd file to 755.
    where is the "factory activated lockdownd" file? the one in circulation is a 1.1.1 which has been patched to work on 1.1.2

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    Thanks for the help. It is back to normal again. The only thing is, even though I set permissions to 777 using the patched lodckdownd, a message saying "Waiting for activation: This may take awhile" still pops up whenever I start my iPhone or restart my SpringBoard, and when I connect to iTunes it says that it cannot make a secure SSL connection with the iTunes Store for activation yet it goes to the iPhone screen as if it was already activated "and it is". This was my previous problem that I was trying to fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    Thanks for the help. It is back to normal again. The only thing is, even though I set permissions to 777 using the patched lodckdownd, a message saying "Waiting for activation: This may take awhile" still pops up whenever I start my iPhone or restart my SpringBoard, and when I connect to iTunes it says that it cannot make a secure SSL connection with the iTunes Store for activation yet it goes to the iPhone screen as if it was already activated "and it is". This was my previous problem that I was trying to fix.
    set permission to 755 and not 777
    reboot.
    install uictl and list all the services running.

    have you been playing around with iToggle???

    why did you replace the lockdownd file?? dev team jailbreak does that for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by fallenczar View Post
    set permission to 755 and not 777
    reboot.
    install uictl and list all the services running.

    have you been playing around with iToggle???

    why did you replace the lockdownd file?? dev team jailbreak does that for you
    I tried replacing it because I keep getting a message whenever I boot my iPhone saying "Waiting for activation: This may take a while" even though it's already activated and I can access the SpringBoard and everything. It's not really a big problem but it is a nuisance...


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    I thought the permission for lockdownd was 0555 in 1.1.2.
    0755 is for 1.1.1...
    Correct me if I'm wrong...

 

 

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