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    Default Anyway to access filesystem without Jailbreaking?

    I need to replace sms.db with a copy that I downloaded off my Jailbroken iPhone. Now I want to put it onto an unbroken one. Is this possible?



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    No way man.. Jailbreaking=gaining write access on your iPhone's file system.

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    Christ - thought as much.

    I noticed a definate battery life hit with the Jailbreak on a 3G handset even with LocationServs and SSH turned off. :/

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    i dont think it really affects battery life.. unless sth is in the background

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuppy View Post
    Christ - thought as much.

    I noticed a definate battery life hit with the Jailbreak on a 3G handset even with LocationServs and SSH turned off. :/
    jailbreaking doesnt effect the battery life unless you installed any apps that may be using it, but the jailbreak itself shouldnt affect the battery life even 1%. all jailbreaking is doing is giving you root access to the file system, which is read + write.


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    Guys,

    I am installing the tool chain with help of http://code.google.com/p/iphone-dev/wiki/Building site.
    I have to get a copy of iphone root filesystem (for iPhone 3G) but I do not have the iPhone, only simulator.

    Is this filesystem on the internet, because I can't find it anywhere.
    I have just found filesystem for previous iPhone, but I need the latest one.

    Please, help

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    Quote Originally Posted by martuskah View Post
    Guys,

    I am installing the tool chain with help of http://code.google.com/p/iphone-dev/wiki/Building site.
    I have to get a copy of iphone root filesystem (for iPhone 3G) but I do not have the iPhone, only simulator.

    Is this filesystem on the internet, because I can't find it anywhere.
    I have just found filesystem for previous iPhone, but I need the latest one.

    Please, help
    If you know where to grab an IPSW file, then you have full filesystem for iPhone/3G/Touch.

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    you are right
    I downloaded IPSW file from some torrent and it's working
    thanks for advise

 

 

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