Not running oktopred
I cant unloock my iphone to the version 1.1.2 because always said me that i don't have install the oktopred (before in the version 1.1.1 i install with out problem).... my question is If there are any way for download this soft with safari or other way.
Try it with this tutorial but follow carefully Step 8 of the UPGRADE TO 1.1.2 chapter at the end of the tutorial. If after Activation/JB/OkToPrep you click on Restore to 1.1.2 instead of Update, OkToPrep will be simply wipped out.
the problem is the same when i try "jailbroken" he said me taht i don have installed oktopred...... i try in 3 different computer. i dont understand what happen, because i got it in others 2 iphones at the first time.....
thanks for you help me
Then try virginizing the phone by following this link: http://iphone.unlock.no/#how-to-down...inize-baseband (quite straightforward), restoring to 1.1.2, restoring 1.1.1 etc etc. If our phone was anysimed before, you need to virginize. Take a deep breath and follow carefully the iClarified tutorial. It should take 90mn but your phone will be working just fine afterward.
my iphone is otb 1.1.2 and i can't downgrade bootloader .... now i have the iphone firm 1.1.1 with jailbreak.... my question is if is possible install the oktopred with out the installer bcause i think that my problem is that not is well the installing of oktopred or not launch this software....
sorry for my english
Well, if you missed the last step (option+Update thing) or if OkToPrep won't work (obviously cause it's wipped out), my advice: restore your phone and then follow this tutorial (which I followed btw): http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=455 if you're using a Mac or http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=461 for Windows.
Otherwise, you can find a whole bunch of OkToPrep just by using Google.
P.S. I also have a 1.1.2 OTB and had no problem whatsoever JBing. Even istalling an *sim worked perfectly.
oktoprep is just running a mknod command to create a 'disk' at private/var
you can check whether 'disk' exists
you can even do it manually