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  1. dane.pablecheque's Avatar
    Hi all, please take the time to read this and assist if possible..
    I have been using my fully unlocked iphone (1.0.2, and windows) on the Vodafone network with no hassles, calls/texts etc and this includes using installer to install several applications hassle free.

    I then installed iBrickr as an easy way to manage ringtones/applications, long story short summerboard screwed out and froze the iphone on the apple logo screen and I needed to replace "displayorder" and "services.plist" via iBrickr to get it going again - once the files were replace things worked beautifully.

    However now when I open iBrickr it says I need to free my iphone?? Yet the phone is 100% unlocked (still calling/txting fine) and operational and running 1.0.2, I assume this is because of the 'new' files on the phone.

    My question is.. Is there any risk in my jailbreaking again? Is there such a thing as 'rejailbreaking'? I did not do the unlock myself, the phone was purchased from an importer unlocked with installer all ready to go...

    Should I free the phone via iBrickr? Is this risky or not? I obviously do not want to lock/brick the phone. Can anyone provide some guidance or advise?

    Thank you for reading and thank you for your help, have a great day..
    2007-10-24 11:40 PM
  2. NetMage's Avatar
    If you replaced services.plist with a stock file, you removed the afc2 service that iBrickr, etc. use to access the file system on the phone.

    You need to replace it again with a services.plist that includes that afc2 service or modify yours. Search for afc2 to see some posts on this topic.
    2007-10-25 12:13 AM
  3. dane.pablecheque's Avatar
    Thanks NetMage. Managed to find some posts and the correct file to download and I now know the correct location for the swap. However..

    Can some one point me in the right direction please - I have only used iBrickr to navigate the iPhones directory, is there a link some one can provide to instruct how to set up the folders etc without iBrickr..

    Will doing a standard jail break with iBrickr be safe and just update the required files itself?? With out the need for changing the one file?
    2007-10-25 02:19 AM
  4. Reako's Avatar
    Just search for IphoneBrowser. It is much easier and has a better user interface. You can also delete entire folders and files, and replace entire folders and files much faster.

    Reako
    2007-10-25 05:08 PM
  5. NetMage's Avatar
    If you already have SSH installed, or you have Installer.app and can install SSH, then you can use WinSCP or FileZilla (SFTP) to replace the file.

    If not, I can't think of any reason re-running iBrickr jailbreak on 1.0.2 would be dangerous (but I haven't tried it).
    2007-10-25 09:56 PM
  6. dane.pablecheque's Avatar
    Thanks for your input everyone.

    I have resolved the issue, I simply used iBrickr to rejailbreak successfully. This did not relock the phone so I am happy.

    More than likely just updated/replaced the required files so it is accessable for 3rd party apps etc again.

    Thanks all.
    2007-10-26 12:27 AM
  7. Reako's Avatar
    All that does is send the PXL daemon onto your phone so you can install 3rd party apps via iBrickr instead of Installer. Simple.

    Reako
    2007-10-26 04:54 PM
  8. DeusInvictus7's Avatar
    yeah WinSCP seems to be the easiest one for me...faster and cleaner than ibrickr, as much as i love ibrickr

    but that could just be me...

    ^Nice
    2007-10-27 06:10 PM
  9. aliciajames's Avatar
    I also have prblm with my iphine. I myself installed a 3rd party mp3 player in my Iphone and all of my text msgs got converted into mms. they emain in my outbox even after deletion. Plz help
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    2007-11-21 07:47 PM
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