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A shell script..

#!/bin/sh
#
wget "http://www.itunes.com/version?touchUpdate=true" -q -O -|grep iPod|grep ipsw|cut -d ">" -f 2|cut -d "<" -f 1|sort -u|grep Protect

:D

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  1. what's that man? a way to restore to 3.0 from your ipod without paying?

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  2. Vedo dei file ipsw scaricabili... Direi la versione 3.0. Ah perché Apple la fa pure pagare, che ladri. -.-"

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  3. dude I miss ziphone! :( really do... your sw was the most solid thing I have seen so far... I really hope that u can come back some day and make us iphone users happy! :D have a nice one!

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  4. Thanks Dan!
    Who knows.. maybe one day. If I will find a motive.

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  5. I'll stay tuned... As always have been... Keep rocking! :P
    I am sure you will find a motive... maybe not in iphone... but you'll always surprise us! for that I Salute you!

    Cheers from Venezuela

    Daniel...

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  6. Yeah comon Zirbi!! The one-click-jailbreak :D

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  7. I totally agree with Dan,only one click+10 seconds and your iPhone/iPod touch is something magical.A jailbreak world is in front of your eyes!!

    P.S.:So what the shell command means?Only for Macs?Where do I type it?Free update to OS 3.0 for iPod Touch?Who knows...

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  8. EhilĂ !!! Non ho capito come si procede : (

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