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    Default Doubt:

    When unlocking, the phone needs to be connected to the computer with the USB without being disturbed or unplugged right? So:

    When iTunes pop's up after i have Successfully entered DFU mode, it's supposed to display a message reading:

    "iTunes has detected a phone in recovery mode. You must restore this phone before it can be used with iTunes"

    But mine end's up displaying:

    "A phone has been detected, but it could not be identified properly. Please disconnect and reconnect the phone, then try again. An unknown error occurred"

    And then i have no other option but to re-plug the phone, as iTunes won't simply detect the phone until i don't.

    Just wanted know, should that pose to be a problem in the procedure of unlock. Like destroy it completely/ Fail the process? Or is it ok?
    Last edited by bish4n; 11-11-2008 at 03:25 PM.



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    go get quickpwn for your OS then unlock it this maybe the missing step you missed when you packed the .ipsw from your pwning software

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    Quote Originally Posted by bish4n View Post
    Any Suggestions?
    In Activity Monitor you have to select Quit immediately (on a Mac)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bish4n View Post
    i'v tried that & it didn't work, and thats why i ask...
    There are two buttons to quit iTunes helper, one does not work, the other work (at least on all my Macs).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bish4n View Post
    I dont know What Mac's are u talking about then, I only have 'Quit Process' & 'Inspector' on mine!
    In Activity Monitor select "iTunes Helper" then hit "Quit Process" (the red button). A dialog popps up. Her do not hit "Quit", hit "Force Quit" instead.
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    Default New Problem:

    Ok I have a new problem for u! My Cyberduck is asking me for a:

    Server
    Username
    Path

    What are they?

    And some1 on these forums said that DiskAid can be used as a replacement for Wifi, to transfer files between iPhone & Mac. So if i have it, i don't quite need Cyberduck do i?

    And is it possible for me to follow this stuff that was mentioned earlier with DiskAid:

    Mac-OS: Start Quickpwn 1.1 (Mac) and let the programm do it's job. The iPhone is jailbroken/activated/pwnaged and has Cydia & Installer. The iPhone is not unlocked (yet) To unlock:

    1. First goto Settings->General and set Auto-Lock to never --- REALLY important
    2. Then make sure your iPhone is connected to power (ac)
    3. Start Cydia on the iPhone, if it needs to update stuff, do it. Install Bootneuter then via Cydia.
    4. Start Bootneuter
    Last edited by bish4n; 11-12-2008 at 12:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bish4n View Post
    Ok Volkspost I have a new problem for u! My Cyberduck is asking me for a:

    Server
    Username
    Path

    What are they?

    And some1 on these forums said that DiskAid can be used as a replacement for Wifi, to transfer files between iPhone & Mac. So if i have it, i don't quite need Cyberduck do i?

    And is it possible for me to follow this stuff that u mentioned earlier with DiskAid:

    Mac-OS: Start Quickpwn 1.1 (Mac) and let the programm do it's job. The iPhone is jailbroken/activated/pwnaged and has Cydia & Installer. The iPhone is not unlocked (yet) To unlock:

    1. First goto Settings->General and set Auto-Lock to never --- REALLY important
    2. Then make sure your iPhone is connected to power (ac)
    3. Start Cydia on the iPhone, if it needs to update stuff, do it. Install Bootneuter then via Cydia.
    4. Start Bootneuter
    Cyberduck is a way to copy files from and to the iPhone via WiFi - different story. For the unlock you dont need this and should not.

    BTW:
    Server: IP of your iPhone
    Username: root
    Password: alpine
    Path: /

    Thats for Cyberduck. But, as I said for the Unlock you dont need it at all.
    Last edited by volkspost; 11-12-2008 at 12:28 PM. Reason: additional info
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Cyberduck is a way to copy files from and to the iPhone via WiFi - different story. For the unlock you dont need this and should not.

    BTW:
    Server: IP of your iPhone
    Username: root
    Password: alpine
    Path: /

    Thats for Cyberduck. But, as I said for the Unlock you dont need it at all.
    and these answers (root, alpine & /) are the fixed answers to all Cyberduck word wide? (jus confirming)

    PS: where will the IP be?

    So can DiskAid be used inplace of WiFi for that Unlock process U mentioned earlier?
    Last edited by bish4n; 11-12-2008 at 04:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bish4n View Post
    and these answers (root, alpine & /) are the fixed answers to all Cyberduck word wide? (jus confirming)

    PS: where will the IP be?

    So can DiskAid be used inplace of WiFi for that Unlock process U mentioned earlier?

    1. it is unique to all iphones if not changed. cyberduck, winSCP, PuTTY, Terminal are just remote apps. Once OpenSSH is installed on the iPhone you can access the iPhones OS via remote. There are two users on the iPhone root and mobile, root's password is alpine.

    2. On the iPhone Settings-WiFi. Once you are connected to a WiFi router

    3. No

    4. You need to read some basics, start here
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    1. It is unique to all iphones if not changed. Cyberduck, winscp, putty, terminal are just remote apps. Once openssh is installed on the iphone you can access the iphones os via remote. There are two users on the iphone root and mobile, root's password is alpine.

    2. On the iphone settings-wifi. Once you are connected to a wifi router

    3. No

    4. You need to read some basics, start here
    thank you
    Last edited by bish4n; 11-13-2008 at 03:15 PM.


 

 
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