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Oud 12 March 2008, 20:31
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ja ze hebben weer een leuke tweak tegek

The dev team has been using dual-booting to jailbreak the iPhone for several
months now, however now that several more advanced techniques have been
developed (many of which are still private), I thought it apropos to release
this cool hack for those who would like to dual boot multiple versions of
the iPhone software (or other OS's) from their handset. It's a neat little
hack that I think might be useful for developers playing with 1.2.

I'll walk you through a sample jailbreak scenario with 1.1.4, using 1.1.1, to
show you what I mean. To do this, you will carve out a new partition on the
iPhone and install version 1.1.1 on it. You'll then upgrade the iPhone to
v1.1.4, which will leave the new partition intact. You can then dual-boot
the iPhone, allowing you to mount 1.1.4's partition using the 1.1.1 partition.
Once mounted, you'll make some changes to the mount points and install OpenSSH.

Once you've got two versions of the OS functional, you can easily switch
between them by changing your root-device. For example:

nvram boot-args="rd=disk0s3 -v"

DISCLAIMER

The following instructions can result in PERMANENT, IRREPARABLE DAMAGE to your
iPhone. This information is provided WITH NO WARRANTIES. All liability is
DISCLAIMED.

STEP 1: Downgrade iTunes, if necessary

As of the time of this writing, iPHUC did not work with iTunes 7.6. I'm not
sure if they've updated this or not, but for now I am assuming that your
version of iPHUC iwll probably be same.

If this is still the case, you'll need verson 7.5 or earlier. If
necessary, back up your ~/Music/iTunes library and delete iTunes.
On OS X, you can do that with:

# rm -rf /Applications/iTunes.app
# rm -rf /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileDevice.framework
# mv ~/Music/iTunes ~/Music/iTunes.7.6

Now download and install iTunes v7.5.

STEP 2: Set up iPHUC

If you need iPHUC, grab it from the 1.1.2-Jailbreak archive here:

conceited software

Unzip it, then unzip jailbreak.jar, and this should extract iPHUC.

NOTE: Many other versions of iPHUC are incompatible, we recommend using
this version, unless you have a newer one.

STEP 3: Downgrade (or Upgrade) iPhone software, if necessary

You must start from an already jail-broken version of iPhone software, either
1.1.1 or later. Version 1.0.x will not work here unless you have an
iPhone from approximately week 45 or earlier. If you are running 1.1.4,
you'll want to downgrade back to 1.1.1. See Erica Sadun's blog post on
downgrading:

Downgrading your 1.1.3 iPhone or iPod touch - The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

If you're running 1.0.x, you'll need to upgrade to 1.1.1 unless you own
an "early" iPhone.

Once you're up and running on 1.1.1, use the *#307# hack to break into a
Safari session and install AppSnapp from AppSnapp. This
will activate your phone and place the installer on SpringBoard.

Some decent instructions are here:

Pantsland Ľ Simple iPhone 1.1.2 Upgrade Instructions (with Unlock)

Install the BSD subsystem and SSH using AppTapp to access 1.1.1.

STEP 4: Install necessary tools from 1.1.1 ramdisk:

Grab the following files from the 1.1.1 or 1.0.2 ramdisk:

fdisk
newfs_hfs
fsck_hfs
mount_hfs
umount

NOTE: Only the version of fdisk on the ramdisk appears to work on the
iPhone. If you have the wrong version, fdisk will complain that it can't
recognize the device.

Install the binaries from the ramdisk into /usr/sbin on your 1.1.1 device,
using scp. Then make them executable:

# chmod 755 /usr/sbin/*

STEP 5: Prepare the partition table

Here, we'll be resizing the /private/var partition and create a third
partition, disk0s3. This will blow away /private/var, so the first thing
you need to do is create a backup of it. Your resulting /private/var
partition will be 300MB smaller in size. If you choose to, you may
put things back later on - although there is some value in keeping your
iPhone dual-bootable.

# tar -cf /private.tar --preserve /private/var # (ignore the errors)

Now unmount it:

# umount -f /private/var

Next, run fdisk:

# fdisk -e /dev/disk0

If you get an error with the command above, it's because you've invoked
a version of fdisk other than the one that came on the ramdisk. If
this is the case, use the full path to wherever you placed the ramdisk
version of fdisk.

You'll edit partition 2 to decrease its size by the number of cyliners that
s1 is + the delta size between s1 and s2 (usually 120 or 123). For iPhone,
this is likely 153720 cylinders. Next, edit partition 3 to begin using the
same spacing as partitions 1 and 2 (though this may not be necessary) and
to be the same size as as partition 1 (153600 on iPhone, 76800 on iPod).

The final table will look something like:

4GB iPhone:
Disk: /dev/disk0 geometry: 983/32/63 [1982464 sectors]
Sector size: 2048 bytes
Signature: 0xAA55
Starting Ending
#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
1: AF 0 1 1 - 1023 254 63 [ 63 - 153600] HFS+
2: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 153663 - 1674861] HFS+
3: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 1828644 - 153600] HFS+
4: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0 - 0] unused

8GB iPhone:
Disk: /dev/disk0 geometry: 983/64/63 [3964928 sectors]
Sector size: 2048 bytes
Offset: 0 Signature: 0xAA55
Starting Ending
#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
1: AF 0 1 1 - 1023 254 63 [ 63 - 153600] HFS+
2: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 153663 - 3657665] HFS+
3: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 3811328 - 153600] HFS+
4: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0 - 0] unused

16GB iPod Touch:
Disk: /dev/disk0 geometry: 983/64/63 [3964928 sectors]
Sector size: 4096 bytes
Offset: 0 Signature: 0xAA55
Starting Ending
#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
1: AF 0 1 1 - 1023 254 63 [ 63 - 76800] HFS+
2: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 76863 - 3811059] HFS+
3: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 3811182 - 76800] HFS+
4: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0 - 0] unused

8GB iPod Touch:
Disk: /dev/disk0 geometry: 983/64/63 [3964928 sectors]
Sector size: 2048 bytes
Offset: 0 Signature: 0xAA55
Starting Ending
#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
1: AF 0 1 1 - 1023 254 63 [ 63 - 153600] HFS+
2: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 153720 - 3657465] HFS+
3: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 3811185 - 153600] HFS+
4: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0 - 0] unused

Be sure not to touch partition 1, otherwise you'll blow away your OS.

Once you've got it looking right, tell fdisk to write the new partition
table out. When it's finished, you'll need to sync from the command-line:

# sync; sync; sync;

Your third partition is now set up!

For some reason, disk0s2 gets moved to disk0s4 in /dev. You'll need to move
it back:

# mv /dev/disk0s4 /dev/disk0s2
# mv /dev/rdisk0s4 /dev/rdisk0s2

STEP 6: Restore /private/var

The partition change will have blown away /private/var, so you'll need
to restore it back to normal. To do this, format it and then extract
your tarball:

newfs_hfs /dev/disk0s2
mount -t hfs /dev/disk0s2 /private/var
cd /private/var
tar -xvf /private.tar
mv ./private/var/* /private/var && rm -rf ./private

STEP 7: Duplicate the OS partition

Here, you'll duplicate the OS partition (disk0s1) onto your newly
created partition (disk0s3). To avoid corruption, you'll first remount
your root as read-only:

# mount -o ro /

Next, use dd to copy the raw disk over:

# dd if=/dev/rdisk0s1 of=/dev/rdisk0s3 bs=4096

This will take several minutes. Once finished, it's a good idea to run
a fsck:

# fsck_hfs /dev/disk0s3

Now remount your root as read-write and mount the new partition:

# mount -o rw /
# mkdir /mnt
# mount -t hfs /dev/disk0s3 /mnt

STEP 8: Prepare the new boot partition

Once you have the new boot partition mouned, you'll need to make some
changes to it to boot.

1. First, edit /mnt/etc/fstab so that it mounts your root as /dev/disk0s3
instead of disk0s1.

2. Second, you'll need to make an ugly symlink hack. The upgrade process
checks for suspicious partitions by looking for the existence of
/sbin/launchd. If it finds it, the upgrade will fail. Fortunately,
the check mounts the partition in a subdirectory and doesn't chroot,
so if we move sbin to 'mysbin', and then link /sbin -> /mysbin, the
check will fail (because mysbin will actually be in /mnt), but the link
will work when the partition is mountd as root:

# cd /mnt
# mv sbin mysbin
# ln -s /mysbin sbin

NOTE: Make sure you link to /mysbin, not just mysbin

It's now safe to dismount /mnt

3. You'll also want to delete any Installer caches from /private/var:

# find /private/var -name Installer -exec rm -rf {} \;

STEP 9: Boot from the new partition

Three primary nvram values are used when booting the iPhone:

auto-boot (true): Determines whether the iPhone should auto-boot or go
into recovery mode

boot-partition (0): Identifies the partition number (zero-indexed) to boot

boot-args: (empty): Can be used to set the root device and verbose mode

Set these up so that the iPhone boots off of the new partition:

# nvram boot-partition=2
# nvram boot-args="rd=disk0s3 -v"
# nvram auto-boot=true
# sync
# reboot

To confirm that your iPhone is running off of the new partition, run
'mount'. This will print out your disk mounts. The root filesystem
should be mounted on disk0s3, not disk0s1.

If for some reason the device doesn't boot properly, you can attempt
botting with iPHUC:

# iphuc
#: enterrecovery (if necessary)
#: cmd setenv\ boot-args\ rd=disk0s3\ -v
#: cmd setenv\ boot-partition\ 2
#: cmd setenv\ auto-boot\ true
#: cmd saveenv
#: cmd fsboot

If for some reason you can't get the device to respond, try forcing it
into recovery mode by holding home + power until you see the
graphic telling you to "Connect to iTunes".

STEP 10: Upgrade to 1.1.4.

===> UPGRADE BACK TO 7.6 <===

In OS X, Version 1.1.4 can only be successfully upgraded by 7.6.
In Windows, iTunes 7.5 is adequate. Otherwise, you'll need to
temporarily upgrade to iTunes 7.6.

Upgrade iTunes back, then click 'Check for Updates'. This will prompt you
to download 1.1.4. Click 'Download Only'.

Once you've downloaded 1.1.4, use the 'Update' button (NOT "Restore").
This will update the OS partition only, without erasing all the work
you've done.

If iTunes didn't report a numeric error, then congratulations! You now
have an iPhone capable of booting multiple versions. You'll probably
still see the "Connect to iTunes" graphic on your iPhone. That will
be taken care of below.

===> DOWNGRADE BACK TO 7.5 <===

It seems like a pain, but iPHUC doesn't work with 7.6 (yet). If you
needed to upgrade to 7.6 above then now you'll need to downgrade back
to 7.5 to finish.

STEP 11: Use iPHUC to boot the 1.1.1 partition

Extract your 1.1.4 ipsw file. You'll see a kernel cache. Copy this to
the iPhone using iPHUC:

# iphuc
#: filecopytophone kernelcache.release.s5l8900xrb

Now issue the following iPHUC commands to boot. Be sure to escape spaces:
#: cmd setenv\ boot-args\ "rd=disk0s3\ -v"
#: cmd saveenv
#: cmd bootx

STEP 12: Mount the 1.1.4 partition, and set up shop

Once booted back into 1.1.1, you'll be able to mount the 1.1.4 partition:

# fsck_hfs /dev/disk0s1
# mkdir /mnt
# mount -t hfs /dev/disk0s1 /mnt

Be sure to fsck it first, as the iPhone won't let you mount it otherwise.

You're now set! You have full read-write access to 1.1.4 via /mnt. You can
change the master.passwd file, install OpenSSH, and install any
applications you want.

Be sure to also edit fstab to allow for a read-write root filesystem.

To set up MobileTerminal, you'll have to do a few things to accommodate its
running with non-privileged permissions:

0. Install the BSD_Base and BSD_Extras from Index of /
1. Copy Terminal.app into /mnt/Applications
2. mkdir -p /mnt/usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/
3. ln -s /usr/lib /mnt/usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib
4. cp -p /mnt/bin/bash /mnt/bin/sh
4. chmod 4755 /mnt/usr/bin/login
5. Edit /mnt/etc/master.passwd to put your own password in

When you're ready to boot back on 1.1.4, se nvram up:

# nvram boot-partition=0
# nvram boot-args=""
# nvram auto-boot=true
# sync
# reboot

That's it! You're now dual-bootable between both versions. You could
easily apply this to v1.2 (if you have it) or other firmware.
__________________
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  #2  
Oud 12 March 2008, 20:38
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Wow, laat ik nog maar even wachten tot iemand een progje maakt met een graphic UI die het allemaal voor me doet....
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ik wacht inderdaad ook even op iets simpelers..
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ik ga t binnenkort eens proberen, lol, als de volgende lichting iphones binnen komen, een 16gb versie met mijn cover mod erop en dan eventueel de dualboot, wooowwww, de meest gemodde iphone, lleeeeuuukkkkiik
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Vandaag de dual boot getest en ja werkt maar let wel op je bent het dubbele aan diskruimte kwijt!

Dit is niet voor beginners

draai nu 1.1.1 en 1.1.4
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Citaat:
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Vandaag de dual boot getest en ja werkt maar let wel op je bent het dubbele aan diskruimte kwijt!
Dit is niet voor beginners
draai nu 1.1.1 en 1.1.4
Stoort het erg als ik vraag wat, op een iPhone, het nut van een dualboot is?
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Oud 13 March 2008, 21:01
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nee stoort niet
het heeft volgens mij totaal geen nut maar wel leuk speeltje
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idd, die iphones hacken modden enz... das toch gewoon de max ???
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Maar 't mag uw leven nie overnemen e
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ja het mag je leven niet overnemen het blijft een telefoon waar je nog leuke dingen mee kunt doen
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Als mijn iPhone mod klaar is, zal t minder tijd van mijn leven in nemen, maar nu, ......... tijd te weinig
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