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Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Posted December 18, 2008 at 11:52pm by iClarified
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Estas son las instrucciones de como habilitar el modo de detecion DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6. Para poder pwn tu iPhone, jailbreak o desbloquear, necesitas que iTunes detecte tu iPhone en modo DFU. Normalmente esto no es un problema; de todas maneras, segun parece Apple a desabilitado esta habilidad en in OS X 10.5.6.

Volkspost de Hackint0sh.org a desarrollado un programa para arreglar esto . Tu puedes encontrar seguidamente las instrucciones. Muchas gracias a Volkspost por su esfuerzo.

***ADVERTENCIA: Aunque esto no afecta a todos los usuarios, es posible que QuickTime 7.6 pueda congelar tu teclado y raton. Por favor desinstala este parche antes de instalar QuickTime 7.6


***ALTERNATIVA: En lugar de seguir el tutorial, hay una alternativa mucho mas facil es el uso de un Hub USB entre el iPhone y el ordenador. Si no eres un usuario avanzado se recomienda que uses un Hub USB hasta que una haya actualizacion del script.

Primer Paso
Descarga el programa Automator (Install_IOUSBFamily_kext_10_5_5.zip) desde aqui y guardalo en tu escritorio.

Segundo Paso
Doble click en el fichero zip descargado (Install_IOUSBFamily_kext_10_5_5.zip) en tu escritorio y descomprimelo.
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Tercer Paso
Doble click en el directorio descomprimido (Install_IOUSBFamily_kext_10_5_5) para abrirlo.
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Cuarto Paso
Doble click en el icono Fix_DFU_10_5_6 para ejecutar el Automator script.
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Quinto Paso
Si te avisa de que el programa ha sido descargado desde internet haz click en el boton Abrir/open .
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Sexto Paso
A continuacion te mostrara el archivo "Leeme" para el Script.
Asegúrate de que estás conectado en el Mac OS X utilizando una cuenta de administrador y a continuación, haz clic en el botón OK
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Séptimo Paso
El Script Automator cerrará todas las aplicaciones abiertas. Se abrira una ventana pidiendote el password de administrador. Introduze el password y haz click en el boton OK .
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Octavo Paso
Otro cuadro de diálogo te informara de que los caches necesarios para arrancar están siendo actualizados. Haz click en el boton OK .
Como Habilitar el Modo DFU en Mac OS X 10.5.6

Noveno Paso
Su Ordenador se reiniciará. Despues el ordenador ya reconocera de nuevo el iPhone en modo DFU.


El procedimiento completo del Script Automator es el siguiente:

1. Comprueba si estas usando Mac OS X 10.5.6. o superior (Si no,no continua)
2. Mire el archivo "Leeme"
3. Cierra todas las aplicaciones en ejecucion (Guardando sus cambios)
4. Hace un backup de los archivos originales (AppleUSBHub.kext y IOUSBCompositeDriver.kext del 10.5.6) en una nueva carpeta de tu escritorio.
5. Te pedira el password de Administrador
6. Copiar los archivos AppleUSBHub.kext y IOUSBCompositeDriver.kext del 10.5.5 dentro de la carpeta elegida de tu Mac.
7. Establecer: grupos y permisos
8. Reconstruir el Kextcache
9. Reiniciar el Mac

Para mas informacion puedes leer el post original de volkspost's Aqui. Para aprender a poner el iPhone en modo DFU haga Click Aqui
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ixbqzaai
ixbqzaai - December 27, 2012 at 3:50pm
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ljswqpt - October 11, 2012 at 12:33pm
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Guilherme
Guilherme - March 28, 2011 at 9:49pm
Hello, I got my mouse and keyboard frozen and I dont know what to do to uninstall the patche, since its impossible to move anything in my Mac. Help me pls!! My mail is gapertile@ ig.com.br. Tks
Dheon
Dheon - November 22, 2012 at 4:09pm
I\'ll tell you what happened, they made to many iPhone 4 s and they want to milk the marekt so they upgrade the camera give it a new processor and slap a S on it .. and call it the iPhone 4S. S stands for slack, meaning they Slacked off on this one. I think it\'s fair to say that it is the biggest let down of the year. Only good thing is the camera the a4 is more than capable just jailbreak it and speed up the processor to the original iPads a4 speed.
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Tay
Tay - June 29, 2009 at 1:36pm
had Same problem. Insert restore disk and restart while comp boots up hold down c key and u should be able to use keys and mouse to restore back to factory
Jonas B
Jonas B - May 6, 2009 at 9:39am
Ok, here is the easiest solution if your computer freezes after using this script: You need another mac though. 1) Turn off the messed up computer 2) Connect a 6-6 firewire cable between the messed up computer and the other mac (turned on) 3) Boot the messed up computer in target mode by pressing T during boot. You’ll see a big firewire symbol on the screen and the hard drive of the messed up computer will appear in finder. 4) Download the 10.5.6 Combo Update from Apple at the other mac. 5) Double-click the update to start it and just follow the instructions. Choose the messed up computer’s hard drive when you select the target volume during the installation process. 6) When you have finshed the update, eject the messed up computer in finder, disconnect the firewire cable and reboot it. 7) Done.
Sofia
Sofia - April 29, 2009 at 5:07am
Hi! I found a really easy solution. If you are like me, not an expert at all and you think people is talking Chinese when trying to explain how to fix your Mac, here it goes a easy way to do it: http://hackint0sh.org/forum/f146/60657-8.htm#post375941 (follow unkle's instructions). If you are worried about loosing all the info you had before everything frozed, don't worry anymore. By following this guy instructions you just repair the damage this stupid program made and update 10.5.6 combo at the end. When you finish doing all of that, your mac will be the same as always. Applications, pictures, documents, music...everything :) LESSON LERNT: never ever ever again, install something without reading a LOT about it in many many forums. :) Hope I helped! Sofia
will
will - April 24, 2009 at 1:31pm
this thing broke my mac. I can't type nor use my mouse anymore. is there anything I can do to save my files? this sucksss SUCKS I don't have time to waste trying to fix it! pls contact me! gscilla@gmail.com PLS PLS PLS HELP ME!
Sofia
Sofia - April 29, 2009 at 5:02am
Hi! I found a really easy solution. If you are like me, not an expert at all and you think people is talking Chinese when trying to explain how to fix your Mac, here it goes a easy way to do it: http://hackint0sh.org/forum/f146/60657-8.htm#post375941 (follow unkle's instructions). If you are worried about loosing all the info you had before everything frozed, don't worry anymore. By following this guy instructions you just repair the damage this stupid program made and update 10.5.6 combo at the end. When you finish doing all of that, your mac will be the same as always. Applications, pictures, documents, music...everything :) LESSON LERNT: never ever ever again, install something without reading a LOT about it in many many forums. :) Hope I helped! Sofia
Gangadhar
Gangadhar - April 23, 2009 at 7:22am
Guys, Its risky. My Mac got stuck and I was left with No Keyboard and No Mouse. I had to reinstall the OS.
enine
enine - April 21, 2009 at 10:14am
This solution worked for me thanks a lot! Guys who have questions: Just follow what it says!
missesheather
missesheather - February 22, 2009 at 3:03pm
I ran this script 2 weeks ago. After it requested my imac pw, it sat there. It did not automatically reboot. I rebooted anyways and everything was fine. I couldn't tell if the script worked or not so I ended up using a usb port (based on other comments in forums). After 2 weeks, I had to reboot my imac and my keyboard and mouse stopped working. I hadn't made any changes between then and now. I was stuck. I didn't have another mac and safe mode would not recognize the keyboard or mouse either. So I researched around (using my windows pc) and found this forum post: www.hackint0sh.org/forum/f146/60657-8.htm. I read and followed unkle's instructions and It worked for me! (Only step different was in step 3, I removed the "/" before the ending quotes.) I was able to use my keyboard and mouse in safe mode and install the 10.5.6 combo update that I had downloaded and placed on a flash drive. Everything is back to normal. All apps and everything are still there :)
olivier
olivier - February 7, 2009 at 7:10am
Yeah I had the same problem with this script !!! Dont use it !!! If you are in trouble (stuck with no keyboard an mouse) check out Tapatio's post below on how to solve this issue by restoring your system: definitely the easiest way if you are non-geek like me... Thanks Tapatio
Tapatio
Tapatio - February 20, 2009 at 8:49am
Thanks, Oliver! I'm glad this has worked for the relief of some of us who are non-geeks (that's like 90% of readers) and that also avoided the embarassing step of taking our Mac for "service". And as I said. I'm using 10.5.5 and do not intend to upgrade untill this is truly solved.
Thibault
Thibault - January 30, 2009 at 3:12am
Same problem here. Macbook pro unibody hasn't mouse, keyboard nor USB ports...
Philipp
Philipp - February 1, 2009 at 9:38pm
Look. It worked for some. This means that all you people just don't have experience in modifying system resources, and therefore leave your finger off it - and if something turns out wrong because auf your ignorance: live with it an don't whine! And if you want to do it right, just do it with your brain turned on, or read the OLDER COMMENTS! I'm out.
Rick
Rick - January 26, 2009 at 7:13pm
DO NOT USE THIS PATCH!! I is likely to cause way more trouble than help. Yes, for some it has worked, but for many others it has not. Do you really want to roll the dice? Honestly, I think it's quite irresponsible for iClarified to keep this hack up here (and only with a small quote that it 'might" cause problems). Want to use DFU with 10.5.6? It's simple, just use a USB hub. It's that easy!!!!
anon
anon - February 1, 2009 at 7:19am
except some usb hubs dont work
JOSE RECINOS
JOSE RECINOS - February 2, 2009 at 10:21am
I'm successfully restoring with a custom 2.2 ISPW on 10.5.6. Instead of putting the iPhone into DFU, I put it into regular recovery mode. When in this mode on the iPhone the iTunes logo and the USB cable is shown (Apple default), or "Steve" (Standard Pwnage) or your custom recovery logo. 1. Disconnect iPhone from your PC/Mac if not done already. 2. Hold Power/Sleep until the red slider shows up, slide to shut the iPhone down. If this aint work hold Power/Sleep and Home until the iPhone shuts down. Put it aside. 3. Start iTunes on your PC/Mac and make sure to have the latest version. 4. On the iPhone press Home button and keep holding it while connecting the iPhone to your PC/Mac. 5. iTunes will detect an iPhone in recovery mode, the iPhone shown the recovery logo.
akonnoui
akonnoui - February 7, 2009 at 9:48am
I have the same problem. I read a few posts on macfixit.com but the solution did not work for me. I tried the ''Archive and Install'' approach but my MacbookPro can't boot from the leopard DVD. I constantly get a nasty folder with a question-mark. After a few seconds, the question mark disappears and it takes me again to the frozen input at login. I understand that the machine does not recognise the DVD and continues to boot from my HDD. I tried with another DVD but the same problem remains. Help!Help!Help!Help!Help!
Matt F
Matt F - January 13, 2009 at 1:12am
This caused my 20" alum iMac's mouse/keyboard to freeze. Use this script with caution.
mpnupe3
mpnupe3 - February 16, 2009 at 12:10am
when it this patcher froze your keyboard and mouse what did you do to reverse the issue? Please dont tell me you had to completely reset your computer!!!
speris
speris - January 12, 2009 at 6:48pm
Your keyboard, mouse and usb ports will stop working if you use this script. Don't do it. iClarified should remove this tutorial long time ago.
Kei
Kei - January 10, 2009 at 10:59am
go ahead and install this patch if you want your keyboard and mouse to stop working. It won't even work in safe mode and you're screwed like me if you have a macbook air, because you have to use a USB cd drive to reinstall OSX. iClarified should NOT recommend this or even have a page on this. I'm so disappointed! Install this 'patch' if you're a sucker.
argos
argos - January 9, 2009 at 4:37am
I did and my usb port sucks, don't work my keyboard and mouse. When you run this file may DAMAGE for usb port becarefull. Please! Delete this "How to Enable DFU Mode in Mac OS X 10.5.6" news. RISK RISK RISK.... iMac 20' (Metalic) Macosx 10.5.6
Philipp
Philipp - January 9, 2009 at 1:16am
Worked for me, too. Did anyone even read my post?
S_Warrior
S_Warrior - January 8, 2009 at 7:29pm
It did work the first time for me. No problems. Quickpwn was not recognizing my iPhone in DFU mode and after installing this package it did. No problems with iTunes either.
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