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Help with SSH on 1.1.1 unlock process
I'm following the guides to install 1.1.1, I have ipsf and upgraded to 1.1.1.
Now I'm on the ssh installation, everything worked until I finished installing it (ssh), now it tells me to do a : ssh -l root iphone , where iphone is the ip of the iphone, but how can I know it? it's connected through wifi? the ip address it had on 1.0.2 doesn't work and the wifi icon doesnt appear on the screen. I mean, iphone it's not activated, how can I configure the wifi settings or at least the ip? can I connect to it trough the cable?
No, you can't connect through cables to continue the unlock process.
If you know what the IP address was before you upgraded, then instead of entering the ssh command in the tutorial, try:
(instead of the "[xx.xx.xx.xxx]" insert your IP address --
e.g., ssh firstname.lastname@example.org)
If that does not work, then either (i) ssh is not installed correctly, (ii) you don't have the right IP address, or (iii) your iPhone does not have access to the wireless network.
(Also -- remember that before you install ssh you need to reboot your iPhone as per the tutorial).
If you absolutely can't sort it out (I don't know if you can check your router software to see if the iPhone is on the wireless network, and if so, what IP address is assigned to it), then you may want to restore back to 1.0.2 and try it again.
BTW, I recommend that when it comes time to install ssh on your iPhone during the unlocking tutorial that you use iNdependence instead (just go straight to the ssh tab and follow the instructions from there).
I know the IP address I was using before the update; I have checked my router setup and only appears one ip address asigned, my computers, not any other one. I don't see iphone doing any effort to connect, it just turn on, but doesn't appear the wifi icon nor something.
Could it be the problem that my wifi router is not automatic, I mean, doesnt assign ip addresses automatically but you have the same everytime, configured on the ip config setup of the iphone?? I'm gonna try with my office router, thats the only chance I have, that there it connects automatic...
If I redo the process I just have to follow the tutorial as if I have a new 1.1.1 iphone and wanted to go back to 1.0.2 to start the 1.1.1 process, right?
Next time I will use independence for the ssh. I guess is working since on independence it appears as installed, also the iphone connects to it and everything seems fine.
Finally, the iphone will keep settings from your wifi setup when you upgrade, right? so it doesn't care if its wep protected or should it be a free net? also the problem with mine should be my network setup, with the given addresses, no?
Finally I've upgraded it to 1.1.1 using independence 1.2.2
The error I had, if can help someone, was produced by using a wifi network with assigned ip addresses.
Good to hear that you solved your problem, im still stuck in the "killall lockdownd" command in Winscp, it doesn't exist. Was so close to activate but since i cant figure a way to add the "killall" command to Winscp im stuck. Waiting for a windows solution for this.
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