Comex Releases JB Fix - CCK Now Working on iPad

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  1. f4780y

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    Comex has just released the fix for the jailbreak which resolves the widespread issue of the Camera Connection Kit not working on iPad.

    I have tested and can confirm a disk attached to the CCK now mounts in iFile perfectly.

    Load Cydia and let your packages refresh, then choose "Complete Upgrade" to apply the fix.

    That's it!

    Yay Comex!
     
  2. freebirdforever

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    WINNING! Cheers Comex!
     
  3. iRaptor25

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    Anyone opened videos yet? Or on another iDevice previously?

    I have some .avi videos on a SD stick that I tried to open in VLC, and they seem to take about 3 minutes to open. Transferring the video? I though you could read it directly with iFile or is there some trick I dont know?
     
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    Yes, that is normal. An app, such as a video player, only knows to get files from the locations that have been programmed into it, therefore iFile must copy the file there to allow it to be read.
    It's an awesome program, but it can't perform magic... It can't change other apps to magically work with external drives, however, you can always link the SD / USB path to the Apps own default directory and work with it that way...
    Hope that clarifies.
     
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  5. iRaptor25

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    Well when youve got the option "open in" it doesnt make it obvious that it cant heh, doesn't seem that unreasonable. But alright if thats the way it works thats the way it works, better than nothing.

    edit: and yes thanks to comex and saurik for getting it up pretty fast =p
     
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    Yayyy!! Comex rocks!! Going to JBme3 my iPad1 now..
     
  7. TheRambler

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    Excellent stuff, yet again the man comes good, ipadders, we salute you!!
     
  8. Dingchow

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    Umm you dont need JBme3. You could have used Redsn0w and had a boot rom level exploit which is way better than a userland JB.
     
  9. iRaptor25

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    Why would it make any difference to the end user if its userland or not? If anything, they'd prefer JBMe because its as easy to do as a jailbreak possibly can be.
    I know userland can be fixed quickly by apple and boot rom takes hardware change, but that doesn't matter at all to the end user who is on a supported firmware.

    Of course its obviously true there was no reason for him to wait for JBMe to jailbreak.

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    Anyway, I tried 4 of my USB sticks and they all take too much power, bah. I know there is a list of supported ones out there though, next time I need a usb stick ill get one of those. My small usb keyboard works though, which is very cool.
     
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    sweet getting patched up as we speak...will report back. Big thanks to comex for getting it fixed so quick!
     

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