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Caller ID fix – 1.1.4

Posted in iPhone, tips&how to with tags , , , , on February 29, 2008 by despreiphone

Even if the files used for 1.1.3 are still going to work, the original files in 1.1.4 are a little different so is better to use this files: phonenumber_fix_1.1.4 and follow the tutorial here

1.1.4 Unlocking tutorial.

Posted in iPhone, tips&how to with tags , , on February 28, 2008 by despreiphone

THIS WORKS ONLY FOR BOOTLOADER 3.9 

 

Do a restore to 1.1.4 and then download this patched Ziphone . 

 Run terminal on mac (aplications/utilities/terminal) or command promt on windows (start/run type cmd and hit enter) change folder to the one you have unziped the tool.

cd desktop

cd ziphonenow

drag the file ziphone on mac or ziphone.exe on windows on the terminal/command prompt and add at the end of the adress -j -a

now if you are on a mac should see something like:Macintosh:~ yourname$ /Users/yourname/Desktop/ZiPhone/ziphone -j -a

on windows it looks much alike.

The program will display “wait 45″” 

the iphone will reboot and you will see on the program “done”

now you have an jailbroken / activated iphone.

using installer go to iClarified category and install “unlock(1.1.4)”

Now you are done.

 Your iPhone is unlocked and working on 1.1.4   

1.1.3 original applications

Posted in iPhone, tips&how to with tags , , on February 22, 2008 by despreiphone

If you some how lost your iphone original applications here you have them all. Just SSH in to your phone and copy them in the application folder.

This applications are from 1.1.3 software so I don’t know if they will work on other firmware too. 

Caller ID fix for 1.1.3

Posted in iPhone, tips&how to with tags , , , , on February 21, 2008 by despreiphone

If your iphone shows the number and not the name from the contacts when some one is calling then you must patch the phone number template to fix this.

Here is how to:

1. Download this files on your computer.

2. SSH in to your phone.

3. Optimize the “PhoneNumberTemplates.txt” file from the

“support” directory you have downloaded (by moving all templates for your country to the top of the file

and/or removing templates for countries that you don’t need. 

4. Copy the directory named “support”  in the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory on your iPhone.

5. Copy the “AppSupport” and “AppSupport.original” files from the zip file to the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory on your iPhone.

 

6. Reboot iPhone.   

If your country is not listed you will  have to decompose the phone numbers and ad them to your “phonenubertemplate.txt”  

more info and tools here 

Background fix in 1.1.3

Posted in iPhone, tips&how to with tags , , on February 17, 2008 by despreiphone

If you can’t change background here is what you have to do:

1. SSH in to your phone (must have BSD and SSH installed)

2. Browse to this location – /private/var/mobile/Library

 3. Delete LockBackground.jpg 

4. Reboot phoneNow is fixed. Enjoy! 

Iphone firmware 1.4 to be released with the new SDK

Posted in iPhone with tags , , , on February 17, 2008 by despreiphone

It seams that Apple have been working hard at firmware 1.1.4 and wants to release it with the SDK. The new firmware have reached alpha 2 state of development. Also some of the teams involved on developing native software for the iphone, are now preparing for the official  3rd party applications and moving the their repository from the appsnap installer to itunes. (Tiny Code website is now redirecting to Iphone Development Page)via www.talkiphone.com 

Ziphone 2.3

Posted in iPhone with tags , on February 17, 2008 by despreiphone

Upgraded version of Ziphone have been released By Zibri. Now it has new useful features:

Ziphone -j  = Jailbreak
Ziphone -a = Activate
Ziphone -u = Unlock (Works on both BL3.9 and BL4.6)
Ziphone -e = Erase Baseband (BL 3.9 only)
Ziphone -b = Downgrade Bootloader from 4.6 to 3.9, update baseband to 4.03.13 and patch the unlock.

Ziphone  -D: Enter DFU Mode.
Ziphone  -R: Enter Recovery Mode.
Ziphone  -N: Exit Recovery Mode (normal boot).

The using method is the same. just download the archive and follow the tutorial. Ziphone 2.3 with windows GUI and noob aplication – here and os X GUI version hereI still recommend using the terminal version because its more stable and still not to hard to use it.