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    Default MAC 3GS 3.0 Restore with "Saurik" SHSH On File

    To complete this you must have your 3GS ECID SHSH ON "Saurik" Server...

    In spotlight or Utilities search terminal..

    open terminal and type:

    sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit /etc/hosts” without the quotes

    Step 2 – Hit return and type in your admin password.It won’t show anything as you type

    Step 3 – A file will automatically open in TextEdit. In TextEdit, at the bottom of the document, hit return and paste in the following:
    74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com

    Step 4 – Save the file. Do NOT do a “Save As”. Close the file

    Step 5 – If you’re on OS X 10.4, reboot. If you’re on OS X 10.5, in a new terminal window, paste in:

    sudo dscacheutil -flushcache

    Hit return and type in your admin password



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    Quote Originally Posted by iphone3g210 View Post
    To complete this you must have your 3GS ECID SHSH ON "Saurik" Server...

    In spotlight or Utilities search terminal..

    open terminal and type:

    sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit /etc/hosts” without the quotes

    Step 2 – Hit return and type in your admin password.It won’t show anything as you type

    Step 3 – A file will automatically open in TextEdit. In TextEdit, at the bottom of the document, hit return and paste in the following:
    74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com

    Step 4 – Save the file. Do NOT do a “Save As”. Close the file

    Step 5 – If you’re on OS X 10.4, reboot. If you’re on OS X 10.5, in a new terminal window, paste in:

    sudo dscacheutil -flushcache

    Hit return and type in your admin password
    You say, "to complete this" but couldnt find what it what directions you were completing! much appreciated!! (i managed to find on my new mac what you were saying but figured I didn't have the first bit done!!

 

 

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