PSFreedom on iPod Touch iPhone Tutorial

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Download link: http://euploadfree.com/SofiaLandreth208/jailbreak Lets Get Started - Install Vmware Player and create a virtual machine with the Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop you downloaded. Or if you have Ubuntu installed on a computer, that also works. - Get OpenSSH installed on your ipod. - Start up VMware with Ubuntu - Download openiboot from the link above and put it on the desktop of Ubuntu - Open the rar file and extract the files. Drag the openiboot folder to your home folder in Ubuntu - In the home folder open openiboot folder and find "loadibec" and "oibc" and right click. Go to permissions and set each of them to read write on all options and also check the box that allows them to be executed - Open terminal from applications - accessories - In the terminal type "cd ~/openiboot" without the quotes. press enter - Now type "sudo su" press enter. Enter your password that you setup while setting up VM - Next put your ipod in recovery mode. - Step 1. Turn off your iPhone. - Step 2. Hold down the power and home button. - Step 3. When you see the Apple logo, release the power button but continue holding the home button down. - Step 4. Open iTunes and wait for it to tell you that its in restore mode. - In terminal type "./loadibec openiboot.img3" you should see openiboot show up on your ipod's screen. If not you need to make sure you set the permissions for the files in the openiboot folder correctly in the step earlier. Also, you need to make sure you are on 3.1.2 JB with blackra1n - On iPod touch press the power button once and you will see console highlighted on ipod screen. - Now in terminal on Ubuntu go ahead and type "./oibc" but do not press enter yet - On ipod press home button. You will see it boot into a terminal and display some text. As soon as you see that press enter on the keyboard on Ubuntu. You should then see the same text in the terminal window as you see on ipod. - If you do not see the text and just see some dots at the bottom of the terminal that means your timing was off. - Press and hold ...

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