iPhone Pwnage Project.

ColsTiger

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Yeah I saw that last night. I'm sure there are a lot of guys working on their iPhones today.
 

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Its been delayed to next week sometime....

#iphone-DEV, IRC, Cyberspace. March 30, 2008

The expected release of the Mac OS X version of “PwnageTool” has been delayed until sometime next week.

Legal enquiries were made to the DevTeam about the validity and legality of the contents of the tools, we would like to stress that no third-party copyrighted software will ever be released by the DevTeam.

Also, initial feedback from Beta testers has indicated that a few small changes and additional features should be developed.

Another major request from the Beta testers and demo viewers is that the team brings forward the release of the Windows version, with the feedback that has been received the team has decided to expedite the release of the Windows tool for a dual platform release sometime next week, iPod touch support will also be finalized.

The DevTeam would like to thank the users for being patient and wait for the upcoming release.

The video presentation that was released yesterday has been viewed over 100,000 times in 24 hours proving the overwhelming demand for the application.

To summarize :-

Pwnage Tool Application releases _sometime_ in the next week for Mac OS X 10.4.x, 10.5.x and Windows.
The tool contains revised logos and icons.
PwnageTool does NOT ship with any Apple licensed software, Intellectual Property, trademarks, logos or images.
As my Mother would say “If you are going to be late, arrive with flowers”.
 

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I could see where they would have to be careful. From the articles I've read, they feel pretty confident that Apple won't be able to do anything about it either. The cat and mouse game continues.:D
 

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I would, as I love getting my hands dirty with this kind of stuff, but I'm already doing it today. I relocated my applications earlier, and none of them would launch. So I repaired permissions and rebooted. The phone got half through booting and hung. I tried putting it into DFU mode and kicking it out through iNdependence without success. I then tried editing the com.apple.springboard.plist, but that made it worse. The boot screen only displayed connecting/disconnecting to the dock. I then had to enter DFU and Restore, and I'm the progress of jailbreaking again.

Not only did I loose the 213 photos I took at the beach, but I lost everything that was collected through jailbreaking. :mad:

- John
 

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I would, as I love getting my hands dirty with this kind of stuff, but I'm already doing it today. I relocated my applications earlier, and none of them would launch. So I repaired permissions and rebooted. The phone got half through booting and hung. I tried putting it into DFU mode and kicking it out through iNdependence without success. I then tried editing the com.apple.springboard.plist, but that made it worse. I then had to enter DFU and Restore, and I'm the progress of jailbreaking again.

Not only did I loose the 213 photos I took at the beach, but I lost everything that was collected through jailbreaking. :mad:

- John
Well that comes along with modding things. 213 photos lost? Don't you ever sync your photos? :D
 

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Not only did I loose the 213 photos I took at the beach, but I lost everything that was collected through jailbreaking. :mad:

- John
Well that sucks man! Sorry that happened to you.:(
 

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Well not really. The iPhone modifications forum is probably the best place for a post like this, but some people only read this forum. Indy is probably just trying to let everyone that only reads the iPhone Forum know that there is something new out.
yes sorry about that, I sorta jumped the gun and didn't check everywhere before I posted, but I never check the other sections anyways, and yes I did figure it may draw more attention here.;)
 

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Well not really. The iPhone modifications forum is probably the best place for a post like this, but some people only read this forum. Indy is probably just trying to let everyone that only reads the iPhone Forum know that there is something new out.
Well...Yes really.

I understand what you are saying, but it still is indeed a repost :p
 

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Damn John that sucks! I've had my camera stolen at the end of a long trip (mission trip to Mexico in 7th grade... I was PISSED!) and it sucks royal donkey balls.

sorry for my French, but it's a sore subject to me. I feel for ya bro.
 

Ramesh

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John - you know better than that... Why were you messing with your applications?
 

Indy

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Well...Yes really.

I understand what you are saying, but it still is indeed a repost :p
LoL, indeed it is and I apologized, I had this happen to me in the "Future iPhones" section just the other day. I posted up a topic and then someone post the same topic IN THE SAME SECTION shortly after. WTF!?

This isn't retaliation by any means but it happens and what can ya do? Just don't post in the new thread is all I would tell someone.

You all have a great day and John, again, that really sucks man, let's just hope most of your pictures were crappy anyways...:plol. kidding...