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    Hi,
    I've noticed that it's not possible to remove the check from the checkbox of the "Jailbreak" field of iLiberty. Does this mean that if I would like to apply a payload after the a/j/u process I must re-jailbreak? Do I have to restore before or is it allright to rejailbreak a jailbroken phone. Even better, is there a way to apply a payload without jailbreaking?
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by totono8 View Post
    Hi,
    I've noticed that it's not possible to remove the check from the checkbox of the "Jailbreak" field of iLiberty. Does this mean that if I would like to apply a payload after the a/j/u process I must re-jailbreak? Do I have to restore before or is it allright to rejailbreak a jailbroken phone. Even better, is there a way to apply a payload without jailbreaking?
    Thanks!
    it will not re jailbreak it will only install the payloads you have requested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsalva View Post
    it will not re jailbreak it will only install the payloads you have requested.
    hey jsalva... how would i go about removing them?? ie. i installed installer, that's fine, and also ssh and bsd subsystem. Those are all things that are essential.

    But lets say i want to run bootneuter once, and then get rid of it, how would i go about doing this? Would i have to manually ssh into the fone, or is there another way? Thanks for any feedback !

    Benz

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    yes you can download the app from iclarified's repo and i think some others. I always download bootneuter, unlock and then uninstall it so i dont accidentaly mess something up. ill go fine the exact repo for you.

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    http://repo.ispazio.net

    http://labs.ispazio.net

    add both of those to installer and then go to all packages and scroll down to the b's and find bootneuter.


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    or use http://installer.iclarified.com - bootneuter app is there too under iClarified

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    Quote Originally Posted by totono8 View Post
    Hi,
    I've noticed that it's not possible to remove the check from the checkbox of the "Jailbreak" field of iLiberty. Does this mean that if I would like to apply a payload after the a/j/u process I must re-jailbreak? Do I have to restore before or is it allright to rejailbreak a jailbroken phone. Even better, is there a way to apply a payload without jailbreaking?
    Thanks!
    No.
    That's how it works (iLiberty+).
    jailbreak (interrupt the boot process and gain read/write access to filesystem) then it uploads the payload to the phone before ramdisk boot.
    And in pass-2, the master script runs and extract the payload (zipped file) to the /Media directory.

    BTW, I think you mistyped the subject heading. Do you mean "payloads without jailbreaking"? - Let me know and I can change it for you
    Last edited by dtube; 05-02-2008 at 07:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by libertybenz2 View Post
    hey jsalva... how would i go about removing them?? ie. i installed installer, that's fine, and also ssh and bsd subsystem. Those are all things that are essential.

    But lets say i want to run bootneuter once, and then get rid of it, how would i go about doing this? Would i have to manually ssh into the fone, or is there another way? Thanks for any feedback !

    Benz
    i use iphone pc suite, or ssh or whatever u want, and delete the bootneuter.app folder from the Applications folder

 

 

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