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Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on May 29, 2011, 03:31:01 AM
How to backup your Push Certs
By:RagingNinja

For Hacktivators only.

So as many of you know, once in a while the "Cert Generating" machine that Anthema uses to generate Push Certs (Certificates) gets broken or there are none. Luckily he is generating certs again. Also lucky for some of us he had archived 10k certs in case his machine broke a few days ago (which it did) but now he's back up and running.

When we restore we often think "Oh No! I will need Push Doctor but there aren't any certs left!"

But what can we do to help NOT use up all the Push Certs from the NERV Repo? Well we can back our own certs up. The reason why you CAN'T use other people's certs is because if your both using the same ones the Apple Servers won't know who to send them to, your phone or your friends which you copied their certs from.


Every cert is unique to each individual's iDevice. So when you get Push Doctor you get 4 certs. 2 youtube fixes (WD Doesn't actually need them) and 2 Push Notification certs. So this is what you do....


First to back them up:


Step 1: Add the NERV Repository. (cmdshft.ipwn.me/apt/) via Cydia

Step 2: Install Push Doctor (ONLY IF YOU DON'T HAVE WORKING PUSH NOTIFICATIONS)

Step 3: Install Nimble from the NERV Repo
(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/IMG_0001.png)

Step 4: Open Mobile Terminal; Login as root ("su" and "alpine").

Run the command(s) "cd /private/var/Keychains" and then run the command "./nimble" (Note: cAsE SeNsiTive!)

(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/IMG_0003.png)


This will extract your Push certs to your "/private/var/Keychains" directory. Retrieve and back them up (copy) them to a secure location. So SSH into your iDevice and copy the 4 certs:

(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/PushCertBackup1.jpg)

"push-cert.bin"
"push-key.bin"
"youtube-cert.bin"
"youtube-key.bin"

Copy these 4 certs to a secure location (somewhere you can access them again when you restore).


Now... to restore your backed up push certs after a restore.


Now download and install BOTH "nimble" and "inject" fron the NERV REPO (No need for Push Doctor if you backed up your certs)

(make sure both Nimble and inject are in "/private/var/Keychains" directory before running the scripts).

(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/PushCertBackup2.jpg)

Now; Login as root ("su" and "alpine") and run the command(s) "./nimble" and then "./inject". (Nimble first then inject)

Nimble:
(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/IMG_0005.png)             

Inject:
(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/IMG_0007.png)                             

                                                   


I use the app "iPusher" in the App Store to verify that my Push notifications are working.
(http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/calebskywalker11/IMG_0008.png)

Hope this helps! Lets try to do our part in NOT taking up all the Push certs in the NERV Repo! (Thanks Brian for telling me about this!!)

If you have any questions please let me know!


*NOTE* - Injecting the 2 youtube certs COULD cause problems with WD. So just to be on the safe side, JUST inject the 2 push certs.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Bruan on May 29, 2011, 03:50:31 AM
good tutorial for the n00s out there.  (there, I mean the metiphorocal fridge of course)

I take it you fixed yours then? ;)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on May 29, 2011, 03:51:51 AM
good tutorial for the n00s out there.  (there, I mean the metiphorocal fridge of course)

I take it you fixed yours then? ;)


Yeah. My problem was putting them back. When you RESTORE them you have to run Nimble FIRST and then Inject to put them back. ;) But hey, it will save the NERV Repo from giving EVERY whited00r member 4 certs. ;)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iShubham on June 09, 2011, 12:03:48 AM
HEy does everyone has different certs in iphone?and if no,then can u provide your working certs?so we can get push..
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: JustinCase on June 09, 2011, 12:38:37 AM
What is never forget.pdf?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 09, 2011, 04:34:50 AM
What is never forget.pdf?


Its Piano Sheet Music. LOL. Where is that? I thought that was on my private mediafire account. Lawl..

and YES. EVERYONE has 4 unique push certs. (2 youtube certs and 2 push certs).

So 2 people can have the same... but then the push gets messed up and the push are sent to the wrong device.


As soon as they restock with certs I will try to backup 10-30 sets of push certs for users on here. (as well as myself and friends)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iShubham on June 09, 2011, 04:49:27 AM
save some for me too ;D

Edit :
 how much time they take to generate some new certs?
I heard that they had some certs about 3 weeks ago..
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 09, 2011, 08:55:36 AM
save some for me too ;D

Edit :
 how much time they take to generate some new certs?
I heard that they had some certs about 3 weeks ago..


No idea. Last I heard he broke his machine he uses t generate certs. But he got another one and started generating them again. No idea why there aren't some. For about a week he kept restocking about 1-3k certs a day.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 09, 2011, 03:52:43 PM
Edit this. Don't backup the YouTube certs, only the two push cert binaries. Injecting the YouTube certs can cause YouTube to stop working in WD. You'll get an error message when injecting but ignore it.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 09, 2011, 11:04:08 PM
Edit this. Don't backup the YouTube certs, only the two push cert binaries. Injecting the YouTube certs can cause YouTube to stop working in WD. You'll get an error message when injecting but ignore it.

Hm... I haven't encountered any errors.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: mattewre on June 10, 2011, 12:25:06 AM
you tube certs should be ok (no need to backup) since I use to inject them during ipsw building.
Push certs instead are device-unique, right? can't I inject them?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 10, 2011, 03:46:56 AM
You cannot inject unique push certs. I meant terminal will give an error if you use inject without YouTube certs
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 10, 2011, 09:52:37 AM
you tube certs should be ok (no need to backup) since I use to inject them during ipsw building.
Push certs instead are device-unique, right? can't I inject them?

Yupp. ;)

As SOON as they restock and I know they got more in. I will probably restore my device to latest firmware (still on BETA 2) and get more push certs. So every time I install/reinstall nimble it should give me 4 NEW push certs? (So I can back up sets of 4 push certs for WD users and VIP's)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iShubham on June 13, 2011, 10:56:02 AM
Ninja,,i installed push doctor today,as @whited00r on twitter said that they got new certs,and when i installed push doctor,And it installed some things and some certs too,o think i got it installed,so ill go as ur tut and backup these certs :)
grab some for our people as u were going to :)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 14, 2011, 09:07:49 AM
Alright... LOL So so far... I have 3 sets of push notifications. The problem with backing them up... is without restoring I have no fail proof way of getting a new set of push notifications every time I reinsatll push doctor..

SO it will take a while for me to backup a lot. It took me about 3 hours to back up 3 sets. It doesn't work every time.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 14, 2011, 09:08:42 AM
And if you absolutely NEED the push notification sets PM me and I will send you the link. IF YOU HAVE PUSH Notifications that work right now, STOP and back your set up!!
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 15, 2011, 03:45:33 AM
dude.. ./nimble gives you 4 binary files.  Two of those you can just delete, Whited00r users don't need/want the Youtube certs they're already included.  Just save the two push binaries.  Push Doctor only generates new unique certs so there's no duplicates.. and reinstalling Push Doctor will download a new cert but we shouldn't be hoarding certs Lol
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 15, 2011, 04:48:26 AM
dude.. ./nimble gives you 4 binary files.  Two of those you can just delete, Whited00r users don't need/want the Youtube certs they're already included.  Just save the two push binaries.  Push Doctor only generates new unique certs so there's no duplicates.. and reinstalling Push Doctor will download a new cert but we shouldn't be hoarding certs Lol


You sure? I Downloaded them and looked at the BIN files. They were exactly the same.

Its not hoarding. ;)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 17, 2011, 02:18:13 AM
hi um i just installed Push Doctor with valid certs hella excited. but then i wanna back them up and saw this. im afraid i might mess up and lose the certs. i get all these steps except up to this part:

"This will extract your Push certs to your "/private/var/Keychains" directory. Retrieve an back them up (copy) them to a secure location. So SSH into your iDevice and copy the 4 certs. "

""push-cert.bin"
"push-key.bin"
"youtube-cert.bin"
"youtube-key.bin"

Copy these 4 certs to a secure location (somewhere you can access them again when you restore)."

when i put these in another location on my computer, do i manually put these certs back in? because after the directions above it that i specifically copied, and compared to yours, it says to execute the commands nimble and inject but thats it? what about the backed up certs?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 17, 2011, 04:20:17 AM
hi um i just installed Push Doctor with valid certs hella excited. but then i wanna back them up and saw this. im afraid i might mess up and lose the certs. i get all these steps except up to this part:

"This will extract your Push certs to your "/private/var/Keychains" directory. Retrieve an back them up (copy) them to a secure location. So SSH into your iDevice and copy the 4 certs. "

""push-cert.bin"
"push-key.bin"
"youtube-cert.bin"
"youtube-key.bin"

Copy these 4 certs to a secure location (somewhere you can access them again when you restore)."

when i put these in another location on my computer, do i manually put these certs back in? because after the directions above it that i specifically copied, and compared to yours, it says to execute the commands nimble and inject but thats it? what about the backed up certs?



So you've backed them up successfully right?

When you want to put them back in (after a restore) you just place the 4 certs (or at least the 2 push certs, whited00r doesn't need the youtube certs). Put them back in "/private/var/Keychains" and use "inject" to put them back in. When you use "nimble" to EXTRACT the certs you don't take them out, nimble only extracts them so you can COPY them.

Hope this helped, if you have any questions, please let me know!
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 17, 2011, 02:01:47 PM
Yeahh i have backed up the certs successfully. Ok so after i restore, then i place the certs back into /private/var/Keychains. After that do i run the cmmand "cd /private/var/Keychains" then "./inject"? Becuase yhu sed i no longer need to extraxts them. I inject the certs back in like i jst sed? Sorry just confirming.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 17, 2011, 07:47:34 PM
Yeahh i have backed up the certs successfully. Ok so after i restore, then i place the certs back into /private/var/Keychains. After that do i run the cmmand "cd /private/var/Keychains" then "./inject"? Becuase yhu sed i no longer need to extraxts them. I inject the certs back in like i jst sed? Sorry just confirming.


Yes. That is all you have to do.


If push notifications don't immediately start to work, turn push notifications OFF and run "inject" AGAIN and then reboot. (Use the App iPusher (in the app store) to confirm push notifications work)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 17, 2011, 11:53:10 PM
No...... just use ./inject ONE TIME.  Then reboot your phone.  That's all you need to do... no switching push on and off or anything.  You can test with iPusher :)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 18, 2011, 12:28:07 AM
No...... just use ./inject ONE TIME.  Then reboot your phone.  That's all you need to do... no switching push on and off or anything.  You can test with iPusher :)
ok up i did everything. i restored, SSHed the push certs back into Keychains.  ran the commands "cd /private/var/Keychains" then "./inject". then i went into ipusher and i got the "yay me...." but as soon as i resprung and tried ipusher again it said "please wait" and i tried the other apps and it still didnt work. help please.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 20, 2011, 01:50:57 AM
No...... just use ./inject ONE TIME.  Then reboot your phone.  That's all you need to do... no switching push on and off or anything.  You can test with iPusher :)
ok up i did everything. i restored, SSHed the push certs back into Keychains.  ran the commands "cd /private/var/Keychains" then "./inject". then i went into ipusher and i got the "yay me...." but as soon as i resprung and tried ipusher again it said "please wait" and i tried the other apps and it still didnt work. help please.


Yes. You do need to turn Push Notifications OFF before you use Inject. Push doctor (when you install it with Cydia) automatically turns off push notifications while if injects the certs, then turns it back on. They do this so there is no need to UNINSTALL and REINSTALL every app that uses push notifications. ;) Trust me..I spent like 3 hours doing nothing but this.
Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 20, 2011, 03:34:25 AM
No... He resprung instead of rebooted. Follow directions. Push doctor doesn't turn off push it just deleted the existing app entries. I just reboot and it works.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 20, 2011, 11:39:31 PM
No...... just use ./inject ONE TIME.  Then reboot your phone.  That's all you need to do... no switching push on and off or anything.  You can test with iPusher :)
ok up i did everything. i restored, SSHed the push certs back into Keychains.  ran the commands "cd /private/var/Keychains" then "./inject". then i went into ipusher and i got the "yay me...." but as soon as i resprung and tried ipusher again it said "please wait" and i tried the other apps and it still didnt work. help please.
Yes. You do need to turn Push Notifications OFF before you use Inject. Push doctor (when you install it with Cydia) automatically turns off push notifications while if injects the certs, then turns it back on. They do this so there is no need to UNINSTALL and REINSTALL every app that uses push notifications. ;) Trust me..I spent like 3 hours doing nothing but this.
Ok thanks, its working i have am iphone 2g wid latest Unlocked WD firmware. As soon as i placed my tmobile sim into it, my push notifications stop. Ive restored wid wd everytime nd den tha push works BUT as soon as i switch to my tmobile sim, it does not work. Please help me! I rlly need my push
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 21, 2011, 09:35:13 AM
Pop in your T-Mobile SIM Card... then inject the certs.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 21, 2011, 01:05:34 PM
Pop in your T-Mobile SIM Card... then inject the certs.
ok i injected tha certs with tmobile sim in nd tha push ddnt work.Any otha suggestions?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 23, 2011, 12:22:29 AM
Ohhkayy i figured it out. After everything wid tha push notifications. After activating nd getting ur push fixed on your unlocked firmware. After reboot go to settings>carrier>and make sure dat yhu check the carrier dat yhu are currently using. When yhu go to carrier it will say "searching" but wait for it. It will have "automatic" checked by default. Check the carrier dat the sim card currently installed in ur device.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 23, 2011, 04:06:01 PM
lol yup
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 27, 2011, 04:12:43 AM
lol yup
Sry I'm back. Ok it was working. I found out dat once i exit settings>carrier, about 1-2 mins later it realizes my sim card isnt att and stops workin again. Help?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 27, 2011, 07:21:30 AM
lol yup
Sry I'm back. Ok it was working. I found out dat once i exit settings>carrier, about 1-2 mins later it realizes my sim card isnt att and stops workin again. Help?


You seem to be having strange issues with it. Your sure you on the unlocked? What carrier are you trying to use?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 27, 2011, 02:48:31 PM
lol yup
Sry I'm back. Ok it was working. I found out dat once i exit settings>carrier, about 1-2 mins later it realizes my sim card isnt att and stops workin again. Help?


You seem to be having strange issues with it. Your sure you on the unlocked? What carrier are you trying to use?
yes i am on unlocked. i have tried your wd 4.4 unlocked and wd 4.4.1 unlocked. i am trying to use my tmobile sim. i have tried almost every method possible. i tried SAM with tmobile sim but that doesn not work, push fix, push doctor. they all work but once i switch my tmobile sim into my iphone 2g, it stops working. please help me. iPhone 2g 3.1.3 it has been jailbroken many times before and was able to use SAM and push doctor in the past to make it work with tmobile sim but no longer. please.
Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Gawernator on June 27, 2011, 05:56:44 PM
Sounds like your SIM card itself may be damaged
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 28, 2011, 01:51:24 AM
Sounds like your SIM card itself may be damaged


Yeah. I concur. =D

There is no possible way all this stuff should be happening. Try getting a replacement SIM card? It doesn't cost much if you get them from your carrier.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 29, 2011, 04:44:57 AM
Sounds like your SIM card itself may be damaged


Yeah. I concur. =D

There is no possible way all this stuff should be happening. Try getting a replacement SIM card? It doesn't cost much if you get them from your carrier.
I dont think its my sim because it works on my iphone 3g hacktivated wid push but i wanna use my 2g becuz tha battery actlly lasts longer believe it or not nd my lock button works. Those are tha only reasons why. Othawise my tmobile sim works on my 3g wid push but my 2g stops push from working wen my tmobile sim is inserted.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 29, 2011, 07:19:51 AM
Sounds like your SIM card itself may be damaged


Yeah. I concur. =D

There is no possible way all this stuff should be happening. Try getting a replacement SIM card? It doesn't cost much if you get them from your carrier.
I dont think its my sim because it works on my iphone 3g hacktivated wid push but i wanna use my 2g becuz tha battery actlly lasts longer believe it or not nd my lock button works. Those are tha only reasons why. Othawise my tmobile sim works on my 3g wid push but my 2g stops push from working wen my tmobile sim is inserted.


Then I suggest restoring?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on June 29, 2011, 02:32:16 PM
Sounds like your SIM card itself may be damaged


Yeah. I concur. =D

There is no possible way all this stuff should be happening. Try getting a replacement SIM card? It doesn't cost much if you get them from your carrier.
I dont think its my sim because it works on my iphone 3g hacktivated wid push but i wanna use my 2g becuz tha battery actlly lasts longer believe it or not nd my lock button works. Those are tha only reasons why. Othawise my tmobile sim works on my 3g wid push but my 2g stops push from working wen my tmobile sim is inserted.


Then I suggest restoring?
i hav restored so many times in a different attempt to push fix. After a restore i tried SAM ddnt work, so i tried push fix after anotha restore, nd push doctor. Still none work wid att sim.
Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on June 29, 2011, 07:39:14 PM
Sounds like your SIM card itself may be damaged


Yeah. I concur. =D

There is no possible way all this stuff should be happening. Try getting a replacement SIM card? It doesn't cost much if you get them from your carrier.
I dont think its my sim because it works on my iphone 3g hacktivated wid push but i wanna use my 2g becuz tha battery actlly lasts longer believe it or not nd my lock button works. Those are tha only reasons why. Othawise my tmobile sim works on my 3g wid push but my 2g stops push from working wen my tmobile sim is inserted.


Then I suggest restoring?
i hav restored so many times in a different attempt to push fix. After a restore i tried SAM ddnt work, so i tried push fix after anotha restore, nd push doctor. Still none work wid att sim.


Well then I have no idea man. Your problems are unique only to you. No one else has been having these issues.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: rohankaps123 on July 02, 2011, 06:14:44 PM
heyyy can anybody mail me push certs if they have extras because push doctors seems to have run out of them....
Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on July 02, 2011, 10:02:38 PM
heyyy can anybody mail me push certs if they have extras because push doctors seems to have run out of them....

Yeah, there out.

PM me your email.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on July 06, 2011, 12:50:02 AM
I have a question. Which firmware is the iOS4 based? Is it WD custom 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.1, or 4.2.1?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: CoolBreeze on July 06, 2011, 01:11:33 AM
Can someone pm me the push certs??? They ran out :(
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: shimi.awesome on August 06, 2011, 12:15:50 PM
it would be well appreciated if someone can send me the push certs ,
thanks :)

btw , someone told me that i can buy some used ATT sim card from ebay and activate my iphone 2g
with it just to get my push back . is that correct?
edit - forgot to mention that im not from the US and ATT is not one of the carriers here .. does it matter ? :O
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: FrostFlare on August 08, 2011, 02:15:10 AM
Can someone please send me push certs? Im desperate. Please send it to me at [email protected] I would use my old att sim card buhh unfortunately i lost it so please. Send me a couple certs i will deeply appreciate it.
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: Chocolate Sharpies on August 09, 2011, 07:26:50 PM
okay, so i followed every single thing. restored like three times but everytime i tried my push notifications still don't work. it would be much appreciated if someone helped me.
Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on August 10, 2011, 01:24:31 AM
okay, so i followed every single thing. restored like three times but everytime i tried my push notifications still don't work. it would be much appreciated if someone helped me.


Sk you out the 2 push certs in "/private/var/Keychains"?? And installed "inject" from the NERV repo? Then via Mobile Teminal went to "/private/var/Keychains" and typed "./inject"?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iggie45 on August 11, 2011, 01:55:00 AM
Can someone email me some certs? Push Doctor doesn't install on my iPhone on T-Mobile.
Title: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on August 11, 2011, 06:08:24 AM
Can someone email me some certs? Push Doctor doesn't install on my iPhone on T-Mobile.

That's cause they are out of push certs at the moment. I only have 2 more sets of push certs. Is it mandatory for you to have push certs?
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iggie45 on August 11, 2011, 06:26:17 AM
Yes!
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: RagingNinja on August 11, 2011, 09:59:11 AM
Yes!

PM ME your email
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iggie45 on August 11, 2011, 09:10:47 PM
Just did  ;D
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: shimi.awesome on August 12, 2011, 12:16:41 PM
i need some help guys P:
ragingninja was kind and gave me a set of push cert. (thanks again!) i used the "./inject"
thingy to inject them on my iphone. i deleted all of my push apps and then rebooted, and now only
youtube works.. i tried iPusher and its stuck on "please wait..."


nevermind, it works now! thank you all again, WD is the best (:
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iShubham on August 16, 2011, 03:42:52 AM
he said on twitter that he has started generating certs again,so keep looking if you want them -

http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/blog/?p=481 (http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/blog/?p=481)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: kogadin on August 22, 2011, 10:27:26 PM
Ok whoever wants Push certificates and can´t get them through push fix or Push Doctor..there´s still hope.

The alternative to the way to get the push certificates in the topic would be:

1. Make an own Custom Firmware on 4.2.1 with sn0wbreeze
2. Go to cydia add repo.bingner.com
3. install SAM and SAMprefs
4. go in the Settings app and scroll down to SAM
5. go to Utilities and Revert to Stock Lockdownd
6. then go connect your iPhone with itunes
7.and on the iPhone enable the SAM and put Auto Detect in the activation Method
                        7.1.if auto detect doesnt work try the other options.
8. if SAM says that your iPhone is WildCardActivated you have working push
9. now go back and install nimble from the NERV repo and mobile terminal
10. go to terminal and run nimble as shown in the first post
11. ssh into your device and copy your certificates out of the Keychains folder
12. restore your iPhone using whited00r
13. install nimble and inject from the NERV repo
14. SSH into your device and put your certificates into the Keychains folder.
15. now go back to your iPhone and run nimble in Mobile terminal afterwords run inject
16. now reboot your iPhone
17. go to the appstore and download iPusher
18. open iPusher and let it test if your Push works
19. You´re
20. DONE


This worked GREAT for me im very happy with my PUSH working now


I think this is a nice first post as a new Member ^^
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: puda74 on September 06, 2011, 01:12:48 AM
Push doctor is generating certs right now, get them before his device dies again. http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/blog/?p=481 (http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/blog/?p=481)
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: silas on March 27, 2012, 07:43:57 PM
Hi there,

I'm trying to get Push working for more than 2 weeks and I cannot figure what is going one. Can someone send me unique certs? I tried to downgrade firmware to 3.1.3 - but this didn't helped me.

My email is: silas [-_-] qnapclub.pl

I'll be appreciate.

Thank you!
Best regards
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: iShubham on March 28, 2012, 04:23:58 AM
check this if it can help
http://www.whited00r.com/forum/index.php?topic=5221.msg50856#msg50856
Title: Re: How To Backup your Push Notification Certificates
Post by: MultiZer0 on April 02, 2012, 05:08:25 AM
What happens if i ran ./inject then ./nimble then ./inject again? Will it stop my push notifications certificates from working?