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    I know you can access computer RAM, cheat engine, and Wii RAM, USB Gecko, and I think Xbox RAM with Jtag or something. But my question is, can you get access to iPod RAM? I don't mean the things in Cydia. I mean through computer. I know you can mess with the iPod, obviously because of jail breaking, the iPod via computer. But yeah.

    Also. How would you even make a program to access, read, and write to RAM? Just wondering. I have always wondered that.

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    iOS is based on UNIX, which is a protected virtual operating system. Each application gets a memory space assigned to it by the OS, and can only read/write to that memory space. Any attempt to read/write an address outside your address space will result in a bad access crash. You'd have to run apps in kernel mode to get access to the ram. Short answer, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ta'veren View Post
    iOS is based on UNIX, which is a protected virtual operating system. Each application gets a memory space assigned to it by the OS, and can only read/write to that memory space. Any attempt to read/write an address outside your address space will result in a bad access crash. You'd have to run apps in kernel mode to get access to the ram. Short answer, no.
    Okay, thank you. I didn't know iOS was based on UNIX. Or maybe I did and just forgot.

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