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Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Posted July 1, 2009 at 10:25pm by iClarified
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Estas instrucciones (para windows) te dicen como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS, los cuales serán necesarios para realizar el Jailbreak en un futuro cercano. La versión Mac de este tutorial los puedes encontrar aquí

**NOTA: Parece que es posible capturar los archivos iBEC e iBSS en el modo DFU. Si deseas solo intentar con el modo DFU omite los pasos 4 al 6.

Paso Uno
Presiona la tecla Windows + R para abrir la ventana del comando Ejecutar. En el campo vació escribe %temp% y haz click en OK.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)


Esto te abrirá una ventana la carpeta temp. Asegurate de que el orden de los archivos sea por "Datos Modificados" y que el más reciente este al inicio de la lista.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Debes poder ver los archivos y carpetas ocultas. En Vista puedes hacer esto seleccionado de la barra de herramientas Organizar y después Carpetas y Opciones de Búsqueda.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

De la pestaña Ver de la ventana que te aparece selecciona Mostrar archivos y carpetas ocultas, haz click en OK
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso Dos
Create una nueva carpeta en tu escritorio con el nombre de Pwnage y coloca el firmware 3.0 dentro de esa carpeta. Puedes descargar dicho firmware desde aquí
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso Tres
Abre iTunes desde el menú de programas.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso Cuatro
Asegúrate de que tu iPhone 3GS este conectado a la computadora, selecciónalo de la lista de dispositivos de la izquierda. Mantén presionada la tecla Shift al mismo tiempo que haces click en el botón Restaurar
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Selecciona iPhone2,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw (firware 3.0) de la carpeta Pwnage que creaste en tu escritorio, da click en el botón Abrir.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Tu iPhone iniciara el proceso de restauración del firmware 3.0. Te advertimos que esto borrara el contenido de tu iPhone, haz click en el botón Restaurar para continuar.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso 5
Mientras el proceso de restauración hace lo suyo observa la carpeta %TEMP% que previamente abrimos. Una nueva carpeta con un nombre similar a Per518D.tmp aparecerá. Cuando la carpeta aparezca, selecciónala y presiona Control + C para copiarla al portapapeles.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Muévete a la ventana de la carpeta Pwnage (que creaste en tu escritorio) y presiona Control + V para efectuar la copia a esta carpeta.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

**Ten en cuenta que tienes un tiempo muy limitado para realizar esto. Parece que una carpeta aparecerá en %TEMP% hasta 3 veces durante la restauración en modo DFU. Necesitas capturar la primera que aparezca.

Paso Seis
Una vez que la restauración este completa iTunes te preguntará si deseas restaurar un respaldo previo o configurarlo como un nuevo iPhone. Para mantener tus opciones previas selecciona Restaurar desde el respaldo: , selecciona tu respaldo y haz click en el botón Continuar
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso Siete
Una vez que tu respaldo haya sido restaurado es necesario hacer una nueva restauración pero esta vez utilizando el modo DFU para obtener el iBSS. Para hacer esto sigue estas instrucciones para poner tu iPhone en modo DFU.

Una vez que tengas el iPhone en modo DFU, iTunes te avisara ha detectado un iPhone en modo de recuperación.
Da click en OK para este mensaje y después presiona la tecla Shift al mismo tiempo que haces click en el botón Restaurar
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Selecciona iPhone2,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw (firware 3.0) de la carpeta Pwnage que creaste en tu escritorio, da click en el botón Abrir.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Tu iPhone iniciara el proceso de restauración del firmware 3.0. Te advertimos que esto borrara el contenido de tu iPhone, haz click en el botón Restaurar para continuar.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso Ocho
Mientras el proceso de restauración en modo DFU se lleva a cabo, observa la carpeta %TEMP% que previamente abrimos. Una nueva carpeta con un nombre similar a PerD112.tmp aparecerá. Cuando la carpeta aparezca, selecciónala y presiona Control + C para copiarla al portapapeles.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Muévete a la ventana de la carpeta Pwnage (que creaste en tu escritorio) y presiona Control + V para efectuar la copia a esta carpeta.
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

**Recuerda que tienes un tiempo muy limitado para realizar esto.

Paso Nueve
Una vez que la restauración en modo DFU este completa iTunes te preguntará si deseas restaurar un respaldo previo o configurarlo como un nuevo iPhone. Para mantener tus opciones previas selecciona Restaurar desde el respaldo: , selecciona tu respaldo y haz click en el botón Continuar
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)

Paso Diez
Eso es todo. Haz capturado el iBEC e iBSS. Puedes mover estos archivos a un lugar seguro para ser usados posteriormente para realizar (en un futuro) el Jailbreak del iPhone 3GS.

Para confirmar que tienes los archivos busca en Pwnage/Per????.tmp/Firmware/dfu. Deberás ver dos archivos: iBEC.n88ap.RELEASE.dfu e iBSS.n88ap.RELEASE.dfu
Como capturar el iBEC y el iBSS de tu iPhone 3GS (Windows)
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devileye2002
devileye2002 - September 23, 2009 at 4:55pm
i've updated my phone by wrong to apple 3.1 firmware so does it worth to Capture iBEC and iBSS ?
Jamie Barrett
Jamie Barrett - September 13, 2009 at 4:36am
I didn't capture any details before I jb'd, Am I stuffed? Or will I be fine? Can I capture them whilst its jailbroken?
Dan
Dan - September 10, 2009 at 7:51pm
I have a 16gb 3GS currently running 3.0.1. I have tried this process many times (with the phone plugged in normal, in recovery mode, in DFU mode) and cannot get itunes to load the iPhone2,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw firmware to my phone. Every time it just says that my device is not eligible for this firmware. What can I do? Is there a way of blocking itunes from checking eligibility and just installing? Or is there an app I can install on the phone to fetch the iBEC and iBSS straight out?
qblake
qblake - November 28, 2009 at 7:53pm
I'm not sure if this will work, but it's worth a try and doesn't require any restoring. Download the firmware, then make a copy and change the file extension from .ipsw to .zip, unzip it, go to Firmware/dfu and there you go! The iBEC and iBSS are there!
Joe
Joe - August 13, 2009 at 1:31pm
Hello I am only getting the iBEC.n88ap.RELEASE.dfu one and no IBSS. I have tried the grabber and manually, but cant find that file. I have the 3GS with 3.0.1 firmware. Can any one advise me? Thank you
Joe
Joe - August 13, 2009 at 1:35pm
I forgot to mention I am running Windows XP and itunes 8.2.1.6 , Please help before I kick this phone at a wall. :P
nick
nick - September 13, 2009 at 12:20pm
Try upgrading your itunes to 9.0
Rand
Rand - August 4, 2009 at 2:53pm
Thanks. Got the ibes but could not get the ibss...and currently give up. Had problems getting into the dfu mode (or out of it for that matter)....then when itunes finally worked out it forced me to update to 3.0.1....(trial 1) and then restored with shift restore to 3.0 version...both times grabbed the temp file...both times it showed up as ibec... not the ibss file....so i hope the ibec file is enough as I give up...for now!
manu
manu - July 19, 2009 at 1:21am
i just bought a new iphone 3gs today and tried this and i think i just 'bricked' my iphone. i'm not able to restore it using the apple provided update, nor can i restore it using the firmware provided at the link from iclarified. i don't know if this has happened to anybody else but if anyone can help i'd really appreciate it. i keep getting the following error: the iphone "iphone" could not be restored. an unknown error occurred (14). i'm using windows 7 but tried restoring it on two other computers; one running windows vista & the other running windows xp. i've been searching online for a the last few hours with no luck! one person said, their iphone started working the next morning when they tried to restore it so i'm kinda hoping i end up in the same situation but if not i'm screwed. or well i guess ill have to take it to the apple store.
Paul I
Paul I - July 21, 2009 at 1:18am
I just tried the initial restore on 8.2.0.23 and I kept getting the same error you did. I installed 8.2.1 and it has worked fine so far... I'm not out of the woods yet though. I think I forgot the password to my backup!
Gal
Gal - July 18, 2009 at 5:09pm
Hello, can i preform this actions with itunes 8.2.1? please advice Thx
Kacy
Kacy - December 2, 2011 at 1:53pm
Normally I'm agansit killing but this article slaughtered my ignorance.
brandon
brandon - July 15, 2009 at 10:14pm
Does someone know if I need to re-capture these files each time I restore? Or does the "signature" in these files NOT change with each restore??? Thanks for the help
daniel
daniel - August 4, 2009 at 11:12am
hey @ brandon, each time apple will send u a different certificate but it is custom to your iphone. even though there will be differences in the certs apple sends you, if you save any of them then they will work no probs because they are officially signed. and after that there is no more validation.
smack
smack - July 12, 2009 at 10:35pm
C:\Users\All Users\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Temporary Files\Firmware\dfu On Vista this is where i found my iBSS file as well. Even using the Grabber program it just does not show up tin the %temp% directory.
Jesse Dukes
Jesse Dukes - August 27, 2009 at 8:05pm
Thanks for the note, that's exactly what I was looking for. In XP the directory to find BOTH files is C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Temporary Files\Firmware\dfu I assume that they are there while doing the restore in DFU mode.
dddccc
dddccc - July 11, 2009 at 8:43pm
in my case I grabbed both files, BUT there were no questions reg. restoring "as a new phone" or "restore from backup...". iTunes asks me for the personalö information to complete the account activation. is it jusual? Do I need to do it? tx
Yousif
Yousif - July 11, 2009 at 12:04pm
Do I need to do this if my iPhone 3GS is factory unlocked? Is it important for the unlock or the jellbreak?
dani
dani - July 10, 2009 at 4:18am
3rd try to grab the files was the lucky one :). ieee! you only have like 1-2 seconds to copy them
Chad
Chad - July 9, 2009 at 1:22pm
Ok people...if you want your IBEC and IBSS files this is the easiest solution I have found! Go to this link "http://difrnt.com/blog/?p=25" and download IBEC IBSS Grabber...unzip it and read the .txt file. You will run the program, specify a file location, click "start watching" and then put your 3GS into DFU mode and restore....VOILA! Works perfectly and no stress trying to catch the IBSS file that everyone is missing. I did this in VISTA.
Miljbee
Miljbee - July 10, 2009 at 8:37am
Yes, I agree, really easiest, and you only need the dfu part, not the first one. You will get the two files from dfu mode. Tested on W7 64 FR
3gs user
3gs user - July 11, 2009 at 12:47am
great job man thx, works fine , but one question i got 3 folders .tmp did u ? witch are the 2 good cerificates? is there a way to know? thx
Chad
Chad - July 11, 2009 at 10:40am
Yes...I got 3 also....the one u want is the first folder...the one that has both the IBEC and IBSS files. The second folder will only have IBEC and the third folder won't even have a DFU subfolder. Hope this helps.
lunais
lunais - July 8, 2009 at 11:11pm
This is BS, even in DFU mode the first temp folder that appears either cant be copied because the file is in use by another program, or contains the iBec file
lunais
lunais - July 8, 2009 at 11:43pm
After hours and hours of restoring, I finally got BOTH files, not just IBEC
Adria Richards, ButYoureAGirl.com
Adria Richards, ButYoureAGirl.com - July 7, 2009 at 9:29pm
Ok, here what worked for me because I too want to capture these files so future jailbreaks from The Dev Team are easy. Watch the video by TheVincentLee where he goes through the whole process including putting your phone into FDU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34FA6M-hhQ0 Use dirfnt's tool to capture/copy the folders for you and after the restore, search for. dfu http://difrnt.com/blog/?p=25 I tried the manual method a few times and kept missting the iBSS file too
Ulrik
Ulrik - July 8, 2009 at 9:25pm
Good advice! The youtube video link is broken, but it is fairly easy to get into DFU mode. The iBEC & iBSS grabber tool is excellent though - saves you from a bit of a hassle :)
Adria Richards
Adria Richards - July 8, 2009 at 11:32pm
OMG! They suspended VincentLee's YouTube account! I wonder if it was because of the Apple Jailbreak videos?
kenneth
kenneth - July 7, 2009 at 8:09pm
TO EVERYONE WHO IS ONLY ABLE TO GET THE IBEC FILE: I had one of those "doh" hit my hand on my head moments: make sure you are in complete DFU mode. This is different from the soft DFU mode. Watch this clip and you will be on your way: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34FA6M-hhQ0 (took me 4 times to finally realize this!)
ace731
ace731 - July 7, 2009 at 10:27pm
ok i just got a replacement 3GS and i was able to get teh iBSS file with the old phone i had, but doing the same method i am unable to get the iBSS file. the iBEC file shows up but not the iBSS. any ideas?
PeterLeshaw
PeterLeshaw - July 8, 2009 at 7:30pm
The link to the youtube file that shows how to put th iPhone in complete DFU mode has been taken down. Anyone know where we can find new directions to put the iphone in complete DFU mode to get the iBSS files?
KennethToronto
KennethToronto - July 8, 2009 at 7:38pm
Instructions for putting the iphone into complete DFU: 1) Iphone should be on and plugged in to itunes 2) press and hold power and home keys for ten seconds (actually hold it for ten seconds) 3) let go of power key but keep home key pressed 4) let go of home key when itunes reports that your phone is connected in recovery mode
spoonyg
spoonyg - July 12, 2009 at 11:12pm
bump on this as it turned out to be my problem. I could never get the iBSS file, even after using the grabber tool, until i realized that I wasn't in complete DFU mode. Once i was in complete DFU mode (like Kenneth describes), it worked like a charm and i got both files.
qzack
qzack - July 7, 2009 at 6:19pm
I cant get the IBSS file... i ran though the process three times now and I keep getting the IBEC only.. any ideas??
Mira3GS
Mira3GS - July 6, 2009 at 3:48pm
I only get files that say Per14.tmp or Per15.tmp. The one I need won't show up. Suggestions?
bijibijmak
bijibijmak - July 5, 2009 at 12:10pm
Hi. I can't get to dawnload the update at step two. Maybe because of the internet censorship in Iran. It downloads only 70 Mb and then stalls. Could anyone please give me another link to this download, probably a torrent. Thanx.
Yousif
Yousif - July 11, 2009 at 12:00pm
use a good download accelerator, or just use Firefox to download the link
Bob
Bob - July 4, 2009 at 12:03am
Just did mine got both files and new certification,waiting on dev team. They will come through soon. I hope the jailbreak isn't as much hassle as retrieving these files.
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