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    Default diagnostic screen

    look here:

    http://davidfilms.wordpress.com/2007/09/14/ipod-touch/

    so, no osx mobile for the ipod touch?



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    temperature??!! are they serious? those things have temperature sensors onboard?
    Last edited by Polo; 09-18-2007 at 12:44 PM. Reason: clarifying statement

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    sure, like my old nokia 7110.

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    nearly every gadget running with battery has a integrated temperature sensor to control or look that the battery isnt going to burn... when you charge the battery with a bad Loading equipment (maybe not original) it can get too hot and it stops the charging process for example.

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    Default Bluetooth icon

    And lookey-there... a bluetooth icon. Now the question is, is that disabled, inactive, or non-existent? Bluetooth framework on the device, now evidence of it in the self-test. Bluetooth for the iTouch Jailbreak Win!


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    err i think thats bogus.

    the 'serial number' is a cheereos icon.

    edit: nvm. i think its legit. after taking a second look at the build version.
    Last edited by anthonyy; 09-30-2007 at 06:15 AM.

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    It is legit, a few touchs shipped without os x and instead shipped in some sort of diagnostic only mode. it's using the same diagnostic software as iphone which is why it has bluetooth.

    Temperature sensor is not confirmed either. everyone of these diagnostic screenshots shows the temp around 40-45. and i highly doubt thats in fahrenheit. So it's probably in celsius. Which means if their running at 45 c thats about 113f, this is possible as it does get quite hot at times, but being so thin i think 113 would be quite noticably uncomfertable to the touch. not to mention, it's not doing anything in diagnostic mode, so why is it running so hot? so i'm not convinced there is a temp sensor.

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    I tried to start the Bluetooth server, but it fails and it seems there is no bluetooth in the iPod touch.



    Remote SSH from my computer:

    # cd usr/sbin
    # ls
    BTServer chown daily kextstat notifyd racoonctl syslogd vpnd
    BlueTool chroot fdisk mDNSResponder nvram screen tcpdump
    PXLdaemon configd ioreg mediaserverd pppd sshd update
    arp cron iostat netstat racoon sysctl vipw
    # ./BTServer
    com.apple.server.bluetooth: Bluetooth Super Server Robot Destroyer
    com.apple.server.bluetooth: Unable to match bluetooth service in device tree.
    com.apple.server.bluetooth: Not a valid MAC address (all 00s).
    com.apple.server.bluetooth: No bluetooth on this device.
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    Last edited by Former Bender; 10-22-2007 at 01:04 PM.

 

 

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