Last time I got my Mac and set root password on it. After a while I forgot the password when I need to set the system. Luckily, I found the easy step to reset the password without mac osx boot dvd.
today I’ll share how to reset root password (or any user password) on Mac OSX with simple step.
NOTE : I tried this on Mac OSX Snow leopard. Other version i’m not sure if it works.
On my previous post, I modified the initial code in xcode template in order to make it support iOS 3.1.3. When i create a new project, i want to have that template on initial state. So i was thinking to create a project template in XCode. Unfortunately, i found it very difficult to create custom project template in XCode 4.2. So, i came up with the simple way to make it (later i’ll come back with the step to create a real custom project template in Xcode 4). Here is the currently steps that i did :
Actually, XCode 4.2 doesn’t support iOS 3.1.3 for simulator. But it can be used to deploy into iOS 3.1.3 device. I like to use XCode 4.2 to develop the code because it has better interface and ‘Interface Builder’ already built in there.
Here is what i did :
Hey there! I was exciting with my jailbroken iPhone 3.1.3 and even more excited that I can develop on it. In this post i’ll share how to develop on it using XCode 3.2.1 (or XCode 4.2) without provisioning profile.
This tutorial I combine from networkpx Project Blog and alexwhittemore blog as i couldn’t make it works by following full step of either one of those blog. Ok, this is the step that i did :
I said the important locations on iPhone, because we may need to know the locations for backup & restore the data on iPhone manually using SSH or USB tunnel (i use ifunbox) or in case we want to put the .deb file in cydia folder or .ipa file in installous folder manually.
This is a simple tutorial to jailbreak (and unlock) iPhone 2G on iOS 3.1.3 (final firmware version for iPhone 2G).
- iTunes (if your device haven’t on iOS 3.1.3)
- redsn0w 0.9.4
- iOS 3.1.2 for iPhone 2G
- iOS 3.1.3 for iPhone 2G
- 3.9 bootloader
- 4.6 bootloader
Good news for hackers! Jailbreaking is no longer an illegal practice in US! The Library of Congress had recently approved the exemption of some 1998 Federal Laws that finally allowed jailbreaking practice for all smartphones. It means now you can legally jailbreak and unlock your iPhone!!
Downloading and installing “illegal” applications is now legal as well. You can also legally make your phone to work on another carrier, and break some security protections on any applications in order to “correct the security flaws”.