Thanks so much!
thank you !
What do one do when the master.passwd file is empty?
what should i put in $salt?
thanks! worked great!
Thanks for the tutorial, but I can't seem to get it right. The only difference I see in my scenario is that there is a forward slash right after "root:", the 13 characters that have to be changed, and then on with the :0, etc. I tried both leaving and removing the "/" to no avail. I am trying to log in via FTP and can't get in. I am on an iPhone 2G running 3.1.3. Thanks for any help you can give.
Thanks so much! This worked like a charm.
Hi i did what you said but when i log in with su in mobile terminal it still says wrog password am i doing something wrong? please email me please email@example.com
That is just excellent. You have provided some very usefule information here for us, thanks.
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Thank you so much. it's work on iOS 5.0.1!
Thanks this work,,
Great for you!!!
Followed the steps, two times, even rebooted, still no joy... Ipad2 iOS 5.1.1
I can't open my iPhone as I forgot the root passwd, so how to detect it? Plz guide me
Still works! Thanks!
It does not work on IOS 7.04. Help!