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==App Processor ([[Jailbreak]])==
The [[iPhone]], [[iPod touch]], and [[iPhone 3G]] make use of the [[S5L8900]] platform as application processor. Current models, such as the [[iPod touch 2G]] and the [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]], use newer processors. The [[S5L8720]] and [[S5L8920]] are used, respectively. The [[N18ap|iPod Touch 3G]] operates using the [[S5L8922]] application processor. Here is where the [[Jailbreak|jailbreak]] applies.
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App Processor (Jailbreak)
The iPhone, iPod touch, and iPhone 3G make use of the S5L8900 platform as application processor. Current models, such as the iPod touch 2G and the iPhone 3GS, use newer processors. The S5L8720 and S5L8920 are used, respectively. The iPod Touch 3G operates using the S5L8922 application processor. Here is where the jailbreak applies.
- Toolchain (Includes tutorials)
- Toolchain 2.0 (Includes tutorials)
- MobileDevice Library
- Apple Certification Process
- Bypassing iPhone Code Signatures
- Distribution Methods
Application Copy Protection
- Copy Protection Overview
- Application Structure and Signatures
- Mach-O Loading Process
- Bugging Debuggers