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    Question Change Wi-Fi MAC addr after PwnageTool 1.0

    Hi all,
    is there any simple way to change an iPhone's MAC address? (I've used the PwnageTool v1.0)

    This iPhone is a 16GB UK 1.1.4 OOT, have been unloked with ZiPhoneOSX 2.5, than greyed Wi-Fi problem, unlocked with ZiPhoneOSX 3.0, just a try with the included Wi-Fi fix but still no way to get Wi-Fi fo work.

    Now, using PwnageTool, Wi-Fi isn't greyed out but the MAC addr reported is different from the original one and if i try to connect to a Wi-Fi network the iPhone just reboots
    I would like to change it to the orginal one (I wrote it down before the fix, but if the Bluetooth MAC addr isn't changed I can use it changing the last value), any idea on how should I do that??


    TIA
    Last edited by Cacicia; 04-09-2008 at 11:45 AM.



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    Ops, after trying to connetc to a different Wi-Fi network now the Wi-Fi is greyed out again


    Damn....

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    http://wikee.iphwn.org/sgold_bootrom:fixwifi

    here is a solution for grey Wi-Fi.

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    Of course I've read that page, but I posted another question. Will the fix that you posted restore my iPhone's original Wi-Fi MAC addr?

    If yes: how shoul I transfer swif to my iPhone? If i can't connect to a Wi-Fi network I can't use Installer to ssh to my phone.
    ...is outhere a tutorial to bundle it into a custom ipsw via PwnageTool? And what about the third point: I shoud install a VT100 terminal application too... but how without a Wi-Fi network?

    And last but not least: they say... "Turn off your iPhone then hit power and quickly hold home until you see the iTunes plugin screen. Type fsboot to get out of recovery." BUT IT DOESN'T WORK! How to put my iPhone into recovery mode?
    Last edited by Cacicia; 04-09-2008 at 01:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cacicia View Post
    Of course I've read that page, but I posted another question. Will the fix that you posted restore my iPhone's original Wi-Fi MAC addr?

    If yes: how shoul I transfer swif to my iPhone? If i can't connect to a Wi-Fi network I can't use Installer to ssh to my phone.
    ...is outhere a tutorial to bundle it into a custom ipsw via PwnageTool? And what about the third point: I shoud install a VT100 terminal application too... but how without a Wi-Fi network?

    And last but not least: they say... "Turn off your iPhone then hit power and quickly hold home until you see the iTunes plugin screen. Type fsboot to get out of recovery." BUT IT DOESN'T WORK! How to put my iPhone into recovery mode?
    you can use iplus to install vt100 terminal, no need of wifi, and then do all the commands from there


 

 

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