1. JMIGUELES's Avatar
    Hey everyone, I have looked around and cannt find a fix for Youtube actvation for 1.1.3 i have found all for other firmware but not one for 1.1.3.
    I just j/b and unlocked 1.1.3 phone via ijailbreak....any help would be great!!!
    2008-02-20 03:12 AM
  2. cpjr's Avatar
    Ya me too....unfortunately there is NO method to fix thus said "Youtube" at the moment. At least none that work.
    2008-02-20 04:14 AM
  3. long10horns's Avatar
    yeah, i have this same problem. is it only a problem on some phones or do all of them have it now?
    2008-02-20 04:25 AM
  4. cpjr's Avatar
    Some people have reported success with restroring the phone first, then jailbreaking. Other people have reported working youtube with jailbreaking and NOT using the -a command to activate, then activate through Itunes. All seems spotty though and I dont use Youtube enough to screw with it at the moment, maybe if I get bored.
    2008-02-20 04:32 AM
  5. mixi92's Avatar
    yeah, i have this same problem. is it only a problem on some phones or do all of them have it now?
    Here it is again, try these>>>

    1. Download the lockdownd file from http://tinyurl.com/2o6kla

    2. Download these three files http://www.macriot.com/support/thethreefiles.zip

    3. Replace the lockdownd in /usr/libexec

    4. Replace the three files in /var/root/Library/Lockdown/

    5. Delete all files in the the ACTIVATION RECORDS FOLDER.

    6. Restart your iphone

    no need to change permission


    Good luck
    2008-02-20 04:33 AM
  6. DisownedPenny's Avatar
    this method works
    2008-02-20 04:41 AM
  7. JMIGUELES's Avatar
    it didnt work for me....I have do this same method before in older firmware...but not this time!!!any other tricks
    2008-02-20 05:01 AM
  8. im-foney's Avatar
    it didnt work for me....I have do this same method before in older firmware...but not this time!!!any other tricks
    You might be doing it wrong, but try this:
    delete the files in your activation records folder. after you've done that go into installer, i forgot the name of the source at the moment, but install youtube activation and restart your phone and it should work! it worked for me. i had the same problem as you and non of the methods work except for this one. hope this helps.
    2008-02-20 07:33 AM
  9. ahfunaki's Avatar
    where is the activation records folder?
    2008-02-20 07:44 AM
  10. tomstrummer's Avatar
    I have tried replacing files in Lockdown, as well as fixes from unlock.no and apfelphone. Here is what finally worked for me --

    Restore to 1.1.3, and set up as a new phone-- do not recover your old settings/ files, etc. So make sure you've manually saved everything first. Then run ZiPhone -j and re-activate a/ iTunes. That's what worked for me. Hope it helps.
    2008-02-20 12:41 PM
  11. jjaenagle's Avatar
    so does that mean i need to redo the ziphone jailbreak if i still cant get it to work? Im going to redo it all manually and see
    2008-02-20 01:17 PM
  12. tomstrummer's Avatar
    yes- restore to 1.1.3 and then run ZiPhone -j. Read the included documentation in ZiPhone first. It's not hard, I've had to go thru this several times before I got it right.
    2008-02-21 11:29 AM
  13. nxovkin's Avatar
    tomstrummer, i have the same problem using a ziphone to jailbreak and unlocked my 1.1.3 OTB with a t-mobile sim, i can't get youtube to work. my question is, if i restore to 1.1.3 will i still have the unlock or do i use ziphone to activate, jailbreak and unlock again? i know jailbreaking and activating will be fine but i'm confused if i can unlock it using ziphone again or do i use anysim 1.1.3 since the bootloader was changed to 3.9 during ziphone's unlocking method. i guess worse case scenario, i can just do a complete restore using ziphone then -a, -j, -u again but that will bring me back to not having youtube work again...damn...so frustrating.
    "...tomorrow could be the best day of your life..."
    2008-02-21 12:44 PM
  14. ambo's Avatar
    Here it is again, try these>>>

    1. Download the lockdownd file from http://tinyurl.com/2o6kla

    2. Download these three files http://www.macriot.com/support/thethreefiles.zip

    3. Replace the lockdownd in /usr/libexec

    4. Replace the three files in /var/root/Library/Lockdown/

    5. Delete all files in the the ACTIVATION RECORDS FOLDER.

    6. Restart your iphone

    no need to change permission


    Good luck
    Did this and so far it's done nothing but brick my iPhone. Can't even restore or DFU the damn thing. Just a heads up to everyone
    2008-02-26 04:47 PM
  15. Mr Nasty's Avatar
    The Three Files Worked For Me
    2008-02-26 08:10 PM
  16. Sticky111's Avatar
    more like, way to go towards me

    it really does brick your phone! JOY, JOY, JOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    2008-03-03 05:30 AM
  17. MystK's Avatar
    Will the files work with 1.1.4?
    2008-03-03 08:50 AM
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