Where is my "Movies" & "TV Shows"??

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by cuteq80, Jun 13, 2011.

  1. cuteq80 macrumors newbie

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    i tried to jailbreak my apple tv2 (4.2.2) with some jailbreak software that uses SSH Terminal and it didn't work then i used "Seas0npass" which actually worked.
    The problem now is when i switched the ATV on i couldn't find "Movies" and "TV Shows" in the menue... There is only "internet", "Computers" and "Settings"
    how can i fix this? i tried to restore the ATV for the manufacturer settings but still same problem..
    do you think that the SSH can solve the problem? and how?
    please need help :confused:
     
  2. eTip macrumors 6502

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    You may find more help over at the XBMC forums. Ask in the IOS sub-forum.

    I would restore with Apple firmware & re-jailbreak.
     
  3. cuteq80 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Already did.. but still not worked
    actually im trying to log in SSH through Terminal using the following command:
    ssh -2 frontrow@<ip address>
    password: frontrow
    but it keeps telling me the access denied, try again.... whay the hell is that? how can i make sure that my password is frontrow?
     
  4. eTip macrumors 6502

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    Password is "alpine" NOT frontrow
     
  5. cuteq80 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    thanx bro..
    password worked but still couldnt solve the original problem
     
  6. cuteq80 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    i typed the following commands in the SSH (Terminal) while attempting to jailbreak with Pownage tool:
    Step 1: Move this entire folder to the desktop.

    Step 2: Open Terminal app.

    Step 3: Run the following commands.

    cp -r ~/Desktop/tethered/AppleTV2,1_4.2_8C150.bundle /Applications/PwnageTool.app/Contents/Resources/FirmwareBundles/

    cp ~/Desktop/tethered/Info.plist /Applications/PwnageTool.app/Contents/Resources/CustomPackages/CydiaInstallerATV.bundle/Info.plist

    Step 4: Run PwnageTool on the 4.2 ipsw and saving into the ~/Desktop/tethered folder with the default name PwnageTool gives it.

    Step 5: Back in the terminal run the following:

    unzip -j ~/Desktop/tethered/AppleTV2,1_4.2_8C150_Custom_Restore.ipsw Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu kernelcache.release.k66 -d ~/Desktop/tethered/

    Step 6: Restore the AppleTV to the ~/Desktop/tethered/AppleTV2,1_4.2_8C150_Custom_Restore.ipsw firmware.

    Step 7: Unplug and then replug the USB, after the AppleTV has finished started up, plug in the power cable.

    Step 8: Run the following commands in terminal:

    cd ~/desktop/tethered

    ./tetheredboot -i iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu -k kernelcache.release.k66

    Step 9: MANUALLY put the AppleTV in DFU.



    Details: http://thetechjournal.com/electroni...n-ios-4-2-with-pwnagetool.xhtml#ixzz1PEXfHLDF
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    could it be the cause of removing the "movies" and "TV Shows" menu? and how to fix it?
     

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