iPhone [RESOLVED] p0sixspwn - Rebooting Device... + redsn0w + iTunes/sn0wbreeze problems

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  1. SpikyiOS3, Jan 25, 2014
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    SpikyiOS3 macrumors newbie

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    Having recently installed iOS 6.1.3 on my 3gs, I've encountered a problem jailbreaking it.
    I've installed the latest p0sixspwn which I've extracted. Also, according to the uploaders comment on this video, he says:
    Unfortunately, by doing this, it still doesn't work. I click Jailbreak, downloads something, then the program hangs when it says Rebooting Device which it never does.
    Any help here? :(
     
  2. SpikyiOS3, Jan 26, 2014
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    redsn0w problem

    Bump.
    Just researched a bit more and found out that I need to jailbreak it tethered with redsn0w. Then, to open Cydia and download a tweak for p0sixspwn to then make the untethered jailbreak work.
    Sounds reasonable, but I'm receiving the infamous "waiting for reboot" problem on redsn0w :( I've selected the 6.1.3 Restore IPSW although it makes no difference.
    I've also tried doing all of this via Virtualbox on a Windows XP machine, but alas, it repeats the problems. (Although it is recommended as it may work for you)

    ==EDIT==
    I've looked up that others also have this problem. But I've found have a solution which may work. According to this video [here] and a couple of Q&A's, a 6.0 Restore IPSW is needed to be selected in redsn0w (link to where I downloaded the 6.0 IPSW is below), instead of the 6.1.3 IPSW. I assume it's either to do with redsn0w or the 3gs.
    I'll reply once it's downloaded and tested.
    IPSW Restores for the 3GS - http://www.ipswhub.com/iphone-3gs
     
  3. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    The redsn0w route shouldn't be needed but if p0sixspwn doesn't work, then that's another method

    That method is for both the 3GS and 4. You select the 6.0 ipsw before jailbrea long

    After tether jailbreaking, install p0sixspwn from cydia to untether
     
  4. SpikyiOS3 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    More redsn0w problems D:

    So now I getting more redsn0w problems. I've tried to do the same process of the Virtual Machine (running XP), although it doesn't seem to detect the iPhone in DFU mode (I did select it) - it returns an error.

    So I tried doing it again back on my main machine which now says (when I click Jailbreak):
    :/
    Halp! :(
     
  5. iTunen macrumors newbie

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    I was having the same problems with the same procedures a few weeks ago using my desktop with windows XP. I finally switched to my netbook running Windows 7, was able to click run as administrator, turned off the firewall, and everything worked like it should. If the exploit does go through, it's going to reboot two or three times before it's finished, so don't rush it if it appears to be going through. I was not using the redsnow workaround, just the new version of p0sixspwn with 6.1.3 already on my 3GS.
    Good luck.
     
  6. SpikyiOS3, Jan 26, 2014
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    sn0wbreeze/iTunes problems D:

    After some Googling, I've come across sn0wbreeze (Download link below).
    If you have an OLD BOOTROM, it will be a Untethered Jailbreak. If you have a NEW BOOTROM (like I have), then it will be a tethered Jailbreak.
    I'd followed the instructions from here, in which when you select the IPSW, it is the 6.1.1 Restore one instead of the 6.0 IPSW redsn0w needs.
    Everything went fine. sn0breeze had created a custom IPSW to restore upon on iTunes. This is where the trouble appeared. I shift-click restore on iTunes and clicked the custom sn0wbreeze IPSW from my Desktop. It extracts an all but ends up with an error:
    Clicking 'More Information' leads me to this -> http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4451
    What can I do?! :( :confused:

    sn0breeze - [Download]
    v2.9.14 (For iOS 3.1.3, 3.2.x, 4.0.x, 4.1, 4.2.1 to 4.2.8, 4.3 to 4.3.3, 4.4.3, 4.4.4, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.1.1, 5.2, 6.0.x, 6.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.3)
     
  7. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    you need SHSH blobs in order to restore any version other than 7.0.4 and for the 3GS only, 4.1

    do you know if you have any SHSH blobs? if not, give me your ECID (using tinyumbrella) and i'll help you check
     
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    Update :d

    So I was going to take the advice from iTunen and turn off Windows Firewall in Windows 7. However, I was trying to jailbreak again with redsn0w and suddenly, it began installing the jailbreak! I don't know what happened or what I even did, but miraculously it began to work :D

    UPDATE:
    It's booted up but there doesn't seem to be Cydia installed :confused:
     
  9. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    hmmm, that's strange. are you sure the jailbreaking process went through correctly with redsn0w?
     
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    I'm fairly sure yes. I saw codes running on the screen with the redsn0w logo (runnin' pineapple) afterwards I realised this step on the instruction website for sn0wbreeze:
    - credit to redmondpie
    I went ahead and did this, although the iPhone doesn't reboot. So I checked this on redsn0w, and it says it's in Soft DFU Mode - I can't 'Just Boot'
     
  11. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    did you downgrade to iOS 6.x with incomplete SHSH blobs?
     
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    As far as I know, I didn't (or plan) to downgrade to iOS 6.x but I'm quite wary whether I chose the correct SHSH iOS Blob back in iFaith.*
    Also, I'm still uncertain why I can't boot tethered with a working Cydia installed. If I try and 'Just boot' from redsn0w, it ends up saying 'Exploit Failed', and the 3gs doesn't reboot when I use iBooty (although it says it's done).

    * The SHSH Blob I stitched the IPSW with was named: 6.1.3-10B329_cydia.shsh - I clicked 'Show list of available SHSH blobs on TSS server(s)' in iFaith and downloaded the 6.1.3 Cydia one.
    However, I also clicked 'Fetch the latest SHSH blobs Apple is currently signing' which downloaded an SHSH called: iphone2,1-6.1.3.shsh
    So I wasn't really sure which one to stitch, so I ended up choosing the 6.1.3 Cydia SHSH blob. Hopefully this is the correct one.
     
  13. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    You shouldn't need to stitch any blobs for 6.1.3 since apple's still signing that

    Not too sure about the exploit failed part. Maybe try some google searching and see how it goes?
     
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    If I don't need to stitch any blobs to the Restore IPSW, am I able to just Shift+Click that straight from iTunes? (No messing with iFaith?) The problems could possibly be from stitching it.

    I guess I'll have to re-restore by putting back into DFU mode, choosing the (non-stitched) 6.1.3 Restore IPSW, doing a tethered Jailbreak with either sn0wbreeze or redsn0w, installing the p0sixspwn tweak from Cydia, and then finally doing an untethered Jailbreak with p0sixspwn...right? :D
     
  15. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    Yes, you can shift + restore a clean 6.1.3 ipsw for the 3GS

    Yes, try p0sixspwn again after the clean restore
     
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    Hurrah, it's worked!

    Well...what can I say...? IT WORKED! :D
    I wasn't able to Jailbreak Untethered straight after the restore as:
    1. The program kept crashing.
    2. I need to tether it so I can get the tweak first from Cydia.
    Other than that, redsn0w worked flawlessly. The only problem I cam across and fixed was the Missing Keys.plist data for this build error after clicking 'Just Boot'. The solution was I forgot to Select the iOS 6.0 Restore IPSW. After that it went perfect.
    I just have one last question. I installed p0sixspwn from Cydia, opened the program and it seems that the device is already jailbroken. Seems obvious, but is it now untethered?
     
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    Never mind about that last question. I looked it up, and from what it says from ih8sn0w's blog, once installing the tweak from a tethered device, it becomes untethered :)
    Thanks darrick, iTunen and Macrumors for your advice! :D
     
  18. darricksailo macrumors 601

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    Yes, it does make it untethered by installing p0sixspwn from cydia. Glad you got everything working in the end!
     

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