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    cool...then how to use it?
    Command line, yes,..but how to convert a png to img2?


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    ft <8900file> <png> <img2filename>

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    can we add these images to the ipwner ramdisk?

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    what do i need to type on command line so i can convert an img2 file to a png file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jprooney View Post
    what do i need to type on command line so i can convert an img2 file to a png file?
    This is what you need to type:
    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    ft <8900file> <png> <img2filename>

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    What exactly is this? What can you do with it? is it the source for Pwned?

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    Its not the source for pwned or anything like that.

    You know all the topics you're seeing about custom boot images and custom restore images?

    They're encrypted 8900 files... this will let you take your own files (custom ones...) and encrypt them the same way apple would.

    Then you can replace the originals.

    Granted, it'll take more work to use though
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    ft <8900file> <png> <img2filename>
    I'm guessing that <8900file> is an existing file encoded in the 8900 way, like applelogo.img2; png is the picture you want to put in it; and <img2filename> is the name under which the combined result should be saved. Which means that you go from an 8900 thing with one picture in it to a version with two pictures. Or something.... Has anyone found documentation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Danner View Post
    I'm guessing that <8900file> is an existing file encoded in the 8900 way, like applelogo.img2; png is the picture you want to put in it; and <img2filename> is the name under which the combined result should be saved. Which means that you go from an 8900 thing with one picture in it to a version with two pictures. Or something.... Has anyone found documentation?
    Yea, I'm confused. I tried typing ft<8900><png><img2filename> with the respective name I wanted to give, but in the end Command prompt told me

    "< was unexpected at this time"

    Edit - Ok, I tried without the <> for the names, it seems <> are only used for the 8900file "<8900file>". However, now ft in Command Prompt tells me

    "The system cannot find the file specified"
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