For the Password, i would try the Model Number (Mine says MD481LL, or the one in Regulatory, A1446) Version (Try 1.0.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2, or 1.0.3)hey, sorry to resurrect an old thread but I made some progress on this and I thought you guys might be interested. I ran SilverImagesDB.LE.bin through TrIDNET and according to it, SilverImagesDB.LE.bin is a DBF file. To quote wikipedia, "The .dbf file is widely used in applications needing a simple format to store structured data", so we can assume that TrIDNET is correct and it isn't a false positive. I renamed SilverImagesDB.LE.bin to SilverImagesDB.LE.dbf, and than using DBF Manager I attempted to open it. It worked, proving that SilverImagesDB.LE IS in fact a DBF file, but it required a password. I've tried several obvious keywords ('Silver', 'Nano', 'Snowfox', etc) but all of them return a divide by zero error. Anyone have any ideas? Some screenshots are attached.
Interesting. Out of curiousity, can you try replacing the RSRC with the one from the iPod Nano 6G? Either that or can you provide the tool you found?A few months ago, I thought of editing the ipsw's using Neverfa11ing's table about which file does witch. Yesterday I found an article about software that let's you load custom ipsw files onto an ipod! (Itunes won't let you use custom) Once I test this and edit some isw files to work.. I will release them here!
Although it's not much of a "hack" perse, it is at least a step forward, I think.Ok, I've found a way to have the Dictaphone app permanently on your iPod, even without microphone! I'm going to post more details soon, but you have to change a NO to a YES in one of the .plist files!
Ok here's the documentation of the specific .plist:
/(your iPods name)/iPod_Control (it's hidden)/Device (also hidden)/IconState.plist
Now in IconState.plist you must select Root-->sbIconHistoryList-->Item 2-->locked--> and change 'YES' to 'NO'. Here's an image of it in Xcode, so you can see.
If someone can recompress the resource partition, and then stuff that all back into the .ipsw, then probably, although you have to do some trickery with iTunes to get that working.Any ipsw files yet? BTW, isn't it possible to edit the fonts, and/or sounds from the iPod?