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Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

Posted July 2, 2009 at 10:59am by iClarified
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Dies ist eine Anleitung zur Erlangung der iBEC und iBSS deines iPhone 3GS, welche für das baldige Jailbreak notwendig sind. Das Tutorial für Windows - Benutzer findest du hier

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Erzeuge einen neuen Ordner auf dem Desktop(!!), den du Pwnage nennst, und kopiere dort die iPhone OS 3.0 Firmware hinein. Eine Downloadmöglichkeit findest du hier.

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Öffne iTunes, indem du auf das Icon im Dock klickst.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet


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Dein iPhone muss für die Wiederherstellung im DFU -Modus sein, um die iBEC und iBSS zu bekommen.
Folge diesen Schritten, um zu erfahren wie du in den DFU Modus gelangst.

iTunes wird dich darauf aufmerksam machen, dass es ein iPhone im Wiederherstellungsmodus entdeckt hat. Klicke auf "Ok", und halte wieder die Alt Taste gedrückt, während du auf Wiederherstellen klickst.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

Wähle die Datei " iPhone2,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw " aus deinem Pwnage Ordner auf dem Desktop aus, und drücke anschließend auf Öffnen.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

Du wirst jetzt eine Warnung bekommen, dass sämtliche Dateien auf deinem iPhone gelöscht werden. KLICKE NOCH NICHT AUF WIEDERHERSTELLEN.

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Öffne ein Terminal Fenster, indem du auf das Icon im Dock klickst, oder über Programme:Dienstprogramme:Terminal.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

Gebe folgenden Befehl ins Terminal Fenter ein und drücke Enter:

while x=1; do nohup cp -vr /tmp/PersonalizedRestoreBundle.*/Firmware/dfu/* ~/Desktop/Pwnage/ 2>/dev/null; sleep .1s; done
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

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Wechsle nun wieder zu iTunes und klicke nun auf "Wiederherstellen" im PopUp Fenster.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

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Während das iPhone im DFU Modus wiederhergestellt wird, achte auf den "Pwnage" Ordner. Du wirst feststellen, dass zwei Dateien erscheinen, deren Dateinamen wie folgt aussehen: iBEC.n88ap.RELEASE.dfu and iBSS.n88ap.RELEASE.dfu
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

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Nachdem beide Dateien im Pwnage Ordner erschienen sind, wechsle wieder zum [iTerminal und drücke Control+c um den Skript zu stoppen.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet

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Nachdem die Wiederherstellung fertig ist, wird iTunes dich fragen, ob du aus einem BackUp wiederherstellen möchtest, oder ob du das Gerät als neues iPhone konfigurieren möchtest. Um deine Einstellungen beizubehalten, wähle Aus Sicherheitskopie wiederherstellen: aus. Klicke anschließend auf Weiter um die Wiederherstellung abzuschließen.
Wie man die iBEC und IBSS seines iPhone 3GS herausfindet


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Das ist alles! Wir haben nun unsere iBEC und iBSS und sind für das baldige Jailbreak prima vorbereitet. Stellt sicher, die Dateien an einem sicheren Ort zu speichern!
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nerv
nerv - October 10, 2009 at 5:15pm
hmm, i think it would be great big hint for everyone, that this move isn't possible anymore, since apple only let us restore with 3.1, right?!!!!!!! or can we extract the ibec/ibss from a custom made 3.1 made with pwnage 313? i love the guides from iclarified, but it's much to unclearly with all the non actual guides......
quajo373
quajo373 - October 18, 2009 at 4:00am
hi guys i tried to use this method for 30gb iphone 3gs on 3.0.1 but it keeps saying firmware is not eligible for this device. any ideas, iC pls help
Ivan Kolev
Ivan Kolev - September 14, 2009 at 5:03pm
I have just followed the steps but i don't get these 2 files. Anyway when the extracting is finished it appears an alert massage which says restoration cannot be completed. I've got iphone 3gs which had been unlocked and jailbroken before i accidentely updated it to 3.1. I use itunes 9 on snow leopard 10.6.1. Beside this if i try to generate these files using purplera1n , nothing again ... it appears a massage "something went wrong..." Does anyone have any suggestions why is that?
Khal
Khal - September 10, 2009 at 2:19pm
Is there any chance to capture the iBEC and iBSS if I have my iPhone updated to 3.0.1 firmware?
RtheDuke
RtheDuke - August 22, 2009 at 11:11am
Thanks. It worked perfectly with my 3Gs on 3.0.1 directly. iClarified is my Number ONE, always :sharp and clean instructions . Thanks a lot to all TEAM !
mulek
mulek - September 12, 2009 at 12:24pm
by 'worked well on my 3GS w/ 3.0.1' did you use the 3.0 or 3.0.1 ipsw while restoring? I also have a 3GS with 3.0.1 in it
Ryuuga
Ryuuga - August 9, 2009 at 10:39am
Thanks a lot pal, I didn't even know that the DFU mode existed, that's why I couldn't get the IBSS file right away (was doing it in Recovery mode...). Very nice tutorial, keep the good work! =)
james
james - August 8, 2009 at 2:22pm
Is it OK to then update to 3.1?.. or will the two files become useless?
phoney
phoney - August 5, 2009 at 3:51pm
I could only retrieve the ibec file and couldn't get the ibss file using the terminal script. Running the script as root fixed the problem and I got both files straight away (don't forget to replace the ~ with a path to your home directory)
dosan
dosan - August 25, 2009 at 11:52pm
Thanks, this really helps, i did it several times but never quite get the ibss file... i was pulling my hair until I saw your post.. did it as root and replaced the ~ with /Users//Desktop/Pwnage works....
TUK
TUK - August 2, 2009 at 4:00pm
My 3GS phone recently died, and I have had to replace it. When I tried to DFU to get the iBEC and iBSS files, using a Mac running itunes 8.2.1 and the terminal script method, I succeeded in getting the files but when the phone tried to authorise with Apple's activation servers it failed with the message "Unsupported Carrier/SIM" etc. I have (had!) a legitimately purchased and activated account, and I have now tried this procedure with several replacement phones. Each of these phones was obtained from the Apple Store, and was successfully activated with my SIM, in the store. Each time I got it home and tried to DFU it to get the iBEC and iBSS files off it, it was totally bricked at the end of the restore process because iTunes refuses to re-activate it. The same result, every time. The phone restores, and when it does, it won't recognise the legitimate SIM card, or indeed any iPhone SIM card. DFU-ing and restoring it again doesn't help. It won't re-activate. Period! Even after a factory reset. I have tried going back to iTunes 8.2 instead of 8.2.1, with a fresh phone from the Apple Store, which WAS activated in-store successfully (as were each of them - I've tried 5 replacements now!) and got the same result. Can anyone shed any light on WTF is going on??
mz
mz - August 23, 2009 at 2:04pm
FUD
Branko
Branko - July 21, 2009 at 3:54am
I've followed the instructions provided, all worked well as far as the files are concerned, however I only got one file; iBEC.n88ap.RELEASE.dfu. Should I redo the process or something else I can do to get the iBESS file? Also this only captures the iBEC and iBSS files, it doesn't actually unlock the phone right? Do I still need to use ultrasn0w or whichever one to unlock the phone using MacBook Pro? Thanks
Jon
Jon - July 13, 2009 at 5:40pm
Guys, just tried to capture the required files using the terminal method. I followed the instructions, the phone was in DFU mode (black screen) and monitored the pawnage folder, the files did not appear at all??? I'm using a powerbook 1.5GHz, running Tiger with iTunes 8.2. I'm not a terminal guru, but i notice on the tutorial, after the command has been entered, the top bar of the terminal windows displays -CP-, but when I paste the command into terminal and hit enter, it says -SLEEP- Does this seem right?? A response will be much appreciated :)
JK
JK - July 10, 2009 at 1:00am
The downloaded firmware update 'iPhone2,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw' shows up as a folder when unzipped, rather than as a device update package. So, in iTunes I can't select the whole package after Option-Restore. Has anyone encountered this, or what should I do differently?
JK
JK - July 10, 2009 at 1:09am
Forget it. I found it under the Jailbreak: Likno1uvevacen wrote at 2009-07-09 11:31:26 In safari click Safari preferences then general tab. UNCHECK open safe files after downloading. Then REDOWNLOAD THE IPSW FILE. DO NOT UNZIP IT! Change the extension on file from .zip to ipsw. It will ask you for confirmation tell it yes. Then you should be all set.
BonesSK
BonesSK - July 10, 2009 at 12:40am
Found my problem thanks to Spliff on xsellize's irc channel - I had been running a beta 3.0 on my old 3G - so my iTunes was a beta - reinstalled a normal itunes and it worked like a charm1
anaq8i
anaq8i - July 9, 2009 at 4:57am
Hi, Is this required for officially unlocked 3GS iPhones? or only for locked 3GS ones?
cayman
cayman - July 8, 2009 at 3:42pm
Can this be done a purplera1n jailbroken phone? I've got a bunch of apps. If I follow this tut and get the files, and I restore from backup, will it restore my apps when synced?
Matteo
Matteo - July 8, 2009 at 1:48pm
Thanks for the tutorial, that was straightforward
jflex
jflex - July 6, 2009 at 10:30pm
where is step two?
DistortedLoop
DistortedLoop - July 6, 2009 at 10:07pm
How large should the captured IBEC and IBSS files be? Mine are 104kb. Sound about right...?
M
M - July 7, 2009 at 8:45pm
Yeah, mine are also 104kb. Guessing that's right then.
DistortedLoop
DistortedLoop - July 8, 2009 at 10:12am
I figured the same after a bit of googling for the answer, but no one's outright said it. Funny thing is every demo of the process I watched on Youtube, the user running the demo didn't have the Finder/Explorer window set to show file sizes, or it was hidden off screen. Anyways, the script runs great and did just what it was supposed to. Only hassle for me was the very long time it took to resync 32gb of songs and stuff back after the restore. A low price to pay to be able to re-jailbreak in the future, though.
DistortedLoop
DistortedLoop - July 8, 2009 at 10:29am
I figured the same after a bit of googling for the answer, but no one's outright said it. Would be nice if iClarified clarified that in the how-to. Funny thing is every demo of the process I watched on Youtube, the user running the demo didn't have the Finder/Explorer window set to show file sizes, or it was hidden off screen. Anyways, the script runs great and did just what it was supposed to. Only hassle for me was the very long time it took to resync 32gb of songs and stuff back after the restore. A low price to pay to be able to re-jailbreak in the future, though.
Frank
Frank - June 26, 2012 at 11:04pm
It obviously makes things easier for the user. One place keeps track of all your purchases and helps you easily find an app for whatever u need to do...
Bob Johnson
Bob Johnson - July 6, 2009 at 12:47pm
Doesn't give me the option to choose a file. "Are you sure you want to restore the iPhone "iPhone" to its factory settings? All of your media and other data will be erased, and the newest version of the iPhone software will be installed. Then there is a Cancel and a Restore and Update button What am I doing wrong?
Jeffrey
Jeffrey - July 6, 2009 at 3:43pm
You have to first put the phone in DFU mode, then, when you see the Restore button, you have to Option-Click it to get the Open dialog.
Roy
Roy - July 8, 2009 at 2:20pm
Heeey i have the same problem i dont have idea whats wrong!!! because itunes wants to update the iphone and i think this is not good because maybe update to firmware 3.1 ...
Awayze
Awayze - July 5, 2009 at 7:19am
Thank you, it worked :-)
RICK
RICK - July 4, 2009 at 1:45pm
why we need this files for? how are they going to be used in a future jailbreak?
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