Discuss [Solution] No baseband / Invalid calibration data in device tree / major 2, minor 0 at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by jsalva
you mean you used iliberty to install BSD and term? or ...
I have 1.1.4, jailbroken, activated, BSD2.1, Termvt100, disabled the CommCenter and typing now is quickly again
Also I have already put the restorefiles in /usr/bin/tommy
I think I am nearly there but I cannot become root on my phone
I typed this (on my iphone terminal application)
sh-3.2$ su -
su: incorrect password
root login refused on this terminal
I used 'alpine'. no joy
I used 'dottie' no joy
Any Idea what What did I do wrong?
Which terminal did you use to become root on the iphone?
I found this in another threat but I cannot 'mkdir' since I am not root, sigh
chmod 4755 /usr/bin/login
mkdir -p /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib
ln -s /usr/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib
Last edited by Tommyk; 03-30-2008 at 12:30 PM.
Reason: added more info
"After booting up, we patch out signature check from AppleImage2NorAccess extention and proceed with flashing our custom firmware files (iBoot, LLB, DeviceTree, and pictures)"
So pwnage shall fix it
Restoring iPhone firmware...
Hi Izzard, I managed to do everything in the steps without fail. ienew ran with no problems though the output was a little shorter than yours it still returned me to the shell. I also changed permissions on bbupdater and ran bbupdater -v and it failed to ping the baseband which is good. Is there another step after that? I am currently restoring to 1.1.4 firmware from DFU, but its looking like its not going to happen, just keeps saying 'Restoring iPhone firmware'. I should also mention that I could not successfully restore to any firmware version previously, except 1.1.1 which errors out with 1011. So looks like its still broken. Though I am hoping you will remember anything else you did in the process that you failed to mention in the guide. Thanks
You need to get the output I showed. If it was shorter then it didn't do it. Try running it twice. That might be the secret ingredient
anyone tried to cure this with the new ziphone yet?
here is what I have done
1.) refurbish with ziphone3
2.) iTunes to set 1.1.4 (error 1011)
3.) iLiberty+ (JB + Activate + install BSD/Terminal)
okay, finaly I am here:
Resetting the Baseband...Done
iEraser for 112OTB: tool by geohot
Waiting for data...
any ideas/hints highly welcome!
Last edited by Tommyk; 03-30-2008 at 10:55 PM.
I dont think Zibri has a time to find a solution for that problem.
Originally Posted by Tommyk
But Dev team are professional and they are team together.I am sure PWNAGE is the beginning of the circle.
Doctor of the all iPhone'S
Still 'Restoring iPhone firmware...'
Hey, I tried again as you suggested and here is the output:
Resetting the Baseband...Done
Ieraser for 112OTB: tool by geohot
Waiting for data...
Got Header: 77 0b cc
02 00 85 00 02 00 FF FF 85 02 03 00
02 00 04 02 06 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 0B 02 03
02 00 05 08 00 00 00 07 08 03 00
Hopefully the main flash was erased, wait for the next step...
I then did:
# bbupdater -f ICE04.04.05_G.fls
which completed successfully. Put it into DFU and then tried restoring to 1.1.4 and am now stuck at the 'Restoring iPhone firmware...' box in iTunes. Any suggestions?
Even after running ienew & ieraser successfully then putting the iPhone into DFU then restoring to 1.1.4, its still stuck at the 'Restoring iPhone firmware...' box.
Last edited by gambl0r; 03-31-2008 at 01:45 PM.
Reason: Different steps tried
I have followed your instructions and have gotten the output that you stated. However the "Invalid calibration data in device tree" issue during the EEPROM read procedure still persists. After the DFU restore to 1.1.4 the settings show "No Wi-Fi" and Bluetooth is unavailable.
Did you manage to get rid of the "Invalid calibration data in device tree" issue using this method? Or did the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth simply come alive after you completed the procedure?
To those who have root access problems with the Mobile Terminal application:
The current release of iPlus 2.0b comes with a payload that includes a release of Term-VT100 and BSD Subsystem 2.1. Using iPlus to do the Jailbreak and activation will ensure you have a Terminal that can provide root access. Alternatively you can use iLiberty+ to activate and Jailbreak by copying the Terminal and BSD payloads to the iLiberty+ payloads folder. You must be logged on as a root user if not you will not be able to carry out chmod commands properly. However the Terminal client has the backspace issue that registers a space every time you tap the backspace key.
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