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Discuss [Backup/Restore] system on-the-fly at the Tools - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by ChronicProductions This did not work and bricked my iPhone when I attempted ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    This did not work and bricked my iPhone when I attempted to make the restore.

    Maybe it is required that u encrypt the date when u make the DMG file

    Also could someone put up the byte numbers for 1.0.2 and 1.1.2 so we can make backups


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    Quote Originally Posted by truehybridx View Post
    Maybe it is required that u encrypt the date when u make the DMG file

    Also could someone put up the byte numbers for 1.0.2 and 1.1.2 so we can make backups
    1.1.2 alos 314572800.......
    /dev/disk0s1 307200 166252 137876 55% /

    307200*1024=314572800

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    Quote Originally Posted by oaixnait View Post
    1.1.2 alos 314572800.......
    /dev/disk0s1 307200 166252 137876 55% /

    307200*1024=314572800
    sry thats a lil confusing?
    1.0.2 = ?
    1.1.1 = 314572800
    1.1.2 = ?

    does anyone know about encrypting from the info here http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/ind...crypt_Firmware
    Last edited by truehybridx; 01-06-2008 at 11:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by truehybridx View Post
    sry thats a lil confusing?
    1.0.2 = ?
    1.1.1 = 314572800
    1.1.2 = ?

    does anyone know about encrypting from the info here http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/ind...crypt_Firmware
    My iphone is OTB 1.1.2

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    kool but u kno i thought there would be a difference between the size of 1.1.2 and 1.1.1 lol idk id like confirmation on what size my 1.1.2 backup should be


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    This solution doesn't seem work to my OTB 1.1.2 at all!
    I tried iPHUC couples of times and failed to execute "mknod /var/root/Media/rdisk0s1 c 14 1", the error said " no such command.." but I execute this with putty.exe.
    then I tried to establish backup file with iPHUC
    File size: 314572800
    Reading 33554432 bytes, 281018368 bytes remain
    ....
    after about half min,it failed to generate backup file.

    the error: "getfile: Failed to read from remote file: 12"

    I checked rdisk0s1 is 307200 kilobytes in my OTB 1.1.2 iphone. and I switched to flight mode when doing those.

    Could anyone here can help? thanks in advance!

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    iphuc cannot run the mknod command you have to use putty or terminal on the phone
    once you run the mknod /var/root/Media/rdisk0s1 c 14 1 command you may want to check to make sure "rdisk0s1" was created

    as far as the actual backup goes

    1.turn airplane mode on
    2.reboot iphone
    3. connect to pc
    4. kill itunes
    5. then try again

    getfile rdisk0s1 iphone_sys_dump 314572800
    should get the whole system partition of 112 as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by truehybridx View Post
    iphuc cannot run the mknod command you have to use putty or terminal on the phone
    once you run the mknod /var/root/Media/rdisk0s1 c 14 1 command you may want to check to make sure "rdisk0s1" was created

    as far as the actual backup goes

    1.turn airplane mode on
    2.reboot iphone
    3. connect to pc
    4. kill itunes
    5. then try again

    getfile rdisk0s1 iphone_sys_dump 314572800
    should get the whole system partition of 112 as well
    now it works! I followed ur instruction and I got the backup file(not 0 bytes any more )! thanks!!!!

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    OSMness

    does anyone kno if i could......
    make a backup from 1.1.2
    downgrade to 1.1.1
    jailbreak/activate
    make rdisk0s1
    Update to 1.1.2
    restore from the backup

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    Does the iphone need to be in airplane mode when restoring the image?

    I followed the instructions as said in the first page when trying to restore the image, but all i get is a 300MB odd image file left in the media folder, my original applications do not restore.


 

 
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