SP 0.9.5 = Process failed with reason: Filesystem patched failed!!

Trying to update my ATV2’s with Seas0nPass 0.9.5 on Lion 10.7.5 . I consistantly get the error of, “Process failed with reason: Filesystem patches failed!!” 

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What I’ve tried:

Uninstalling Seas0nPass 0.9.5 with AppCleaner 2.2.0 and then reinstalling

 

Installing Seas0nPass 0.9.5 in the Home folder

 

Updating ATV2 first to 5.3 10B809 through iTunes 11.1.3

 

What I haven’t tried:

Seas0nPass 0.9.5 on another Mac

same thing here

Can you enlighten us please on what version of Mac OS or Windows you’re on?

I have the same error message and issue, I am using osx 10.7.  I even manually restore my apple TV to 5.3 so it would be a clean jailbrake. Recently before this new update even came out, I tried to rejailbreak my apple tv to reset some things and it wouldn’t work for me then either

Same problem as you and a lot of waste time. But when I used Maverick 10.9 on my Mac, SP 0.95 worked like a charm.

Apparently, SP 0.95 is not compatible with Snow Leopard or Lion.

Best regards. 

First tried jailbreaking using 10.6.8, and got the Filesystem patches failed error. Next, I switched to a win7 laptop, and it worked without a problem.

Crap, I’ve got no access to a 10.8 or 10.9 machine. I could grab a XP netbook and install iTunes 11 on it, but it’ll be a pain in the butt. I wish FireCore would comment about Seas0nPass 0.9.5 Snow Leopard and Lion compatibility.

I was having the same issue on my MBP (snow leopard) tried with & without power cord attached to ATV, this message keeps getting back all the time when trying to JB 2 ATV2

I tried my Winodws 8.1 machine and it went very well without a single issue. 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m not 100% certain, but I believe the newest Seas0nPass may not require itunes being installed.

It is well worth a try!

 

2014-01-06 10:52:03.553 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] Decrypted Filesystem successfully!

2014-01-06 10:52:03.553 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] Converting Filesystem to read-write...

Driver Descriptor Map (DDM : 0) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 1) lesen …

Apple (Apple_partition_map : 2) lesen …

Macintosh (Apple_Driver_ATAPI : 3) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 4) lesen …

disk image (Apple_HFSX : 5) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 6) lesen …

Dauer:  1m 22.586s

Geschwindigkeit: 14.5M Byte/s

Ersparnis: 0.0 %

created: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

2014-01-06 10:53:26.931 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] converted to read write successfully: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] is 4.4/5.0

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] resizeValue: 1024.000000 MB

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] finalTotal to resize fs: 1073741824

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] resizeFSValue: 1073741824

2014-01-06 10:54:19.422 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] version is less than 6.0, add stash script

2014-01-06 10:54:19.598 dbHelper[12436:707] restoreMode: 4

2014-01-06 10:54:19.600 dbHelper[12436:707] enabling assitive devices

2014-01-06 10:54:19.963 dbHelper[12436:707] Mounting image...

2014-01-06 10:54:24.042 dbHelper[12436:707] Patching filesystem...

2014-01-06 10:54:24.142 dbHelper[12436:707] extracting p0sixspwn.tgz to /Volumes/BrightonTide10B809.K66OS

2014-01-06 10:54:24.143 dbHelper[12436:707] tar fxpz /Users/info/Desktop/Seas0nPass.app/Contents/Resources/bundles/AppleTV2,1_5.3_10B809.bundle/p0sixspwn.tgz -C /Volumes/BrightonTide10B809.K66OS

2014-01-06 10:54:24.738 dbHelper[12436:707] returnStatus: 1

2014-01-06 10:54:24.738 dbHelper[12436:707] coreFileInstallation failed!! bail!

 

2014-01-06 10:54:36.672 dbHelper[12436:707] FAIL!! ABORT!

 

2014-01-06 10:52:03.553 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] Decrypted Filesystem successfully!

2014-01-06 10:52:03.553 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] Converting Filesystem to read-write...

Driver Descriptor Map (DDM : 0) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 1) lesen …

Apple (Apple_partition_map : 2) lesen …

Macintosh (Apple_Driver_ATAPI : 3) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 4) lesen …

disk image (Apple_HFSX : 5) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 6) lesen …

Dauer:  1m 22.586s

Geschwindigkeit: 14.5M Byte/s

Ersparnis: 0.0 %

created: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

2014-01-06 10:53:26.931 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] converted to read write successfully: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] is 4.4/5.0

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] resizeValue: 1024.000000 MB

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] finalTotal to resize fs: 1073741824

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] resizeFSValue: 1073741824

2014-01-06 10:54:19.422 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] version is less than 6.0, add stash script

2014-01-06 10:54:19.598 dbHelper[12436:707] restoreMode: 4

2014-01-06 10:54:19.600 dbHelper[12436:707] enabling assitive devices

2014-01-06 10:54:19.963 dbHelper[12436:707] Mounting image...

2014-01-06 10:54:24.042 dbHelper[12436:707] Patching filesystem...

2014-01-06 10:54:24.142 dbHelper[12436:707] extracting p0sixspwn.tgz to /Volumes/BrightonTide10B809.K66OS

2014-01-06 10:54:24.143 dbHelper[12436:707] tar fxpz /Users/info/Desktop/Seas0nPass.app/Contents/Resources/bundles/AppleTV2,1_5.3_10B809.bundle/p0sixspwn.tgz -C /Volumes/BrightonTide10B809.K66OS

2014-01-06 10:54:24.738 dbHelper[12436:707] returnStatus: 1

2014-01-06 10:54:24.738 dbHelper[12436:707] coreFileInstallation failed!! bail!

 

2014-01-06 10:54:36.672 dbHelper[12436:707] FAIL!! ABORT!

 

2014-01-06 10:52:03.553 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] Decrypted Filesystem successfully!

2014-01-06 10:52:03.553 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] Converting Filesystem to read-write...

Driver Descriptor Map (DDM : 0) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 1) lesen …

Apple (Apple_partition_map : 2) lesen …

Macintosh (Apple_Driver_ATAPI : 3) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 4) lesen …

disk image (Apple_HFSX : 5) lesen …

(Apple_Free : 6) lesen …

Dauer:  1m 22.586s

Geschwindigkeit: 14.5M Byte/s

Ersparnis: 0.0 %

created: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

2014-01-06 10:53:26.931 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] converted to read write successfully: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] is 4.4/5.0

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] resizeValue: 1024.000000 MB

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] finalTotal to resize fs: 1073741824

2014-01-06 10:53:26.932 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] resizeFSValue: 1073741824

2014-01-06 10:54:19.422 Seas0nPass[12267:8e2f] version is less than 6.0, add stash script

2014-01-06 10:54:19.598 dbHelper[12436:707] restoreMode: 4

2014-01-06 10:54:19.600 dbHelper[12436:707] enabling assitive devices

2014-01-06 10:54:19.963 dbHelper[12436:707] Mounting image...

2014-01-06 10:54:24.042 dbHelper[12436:707] Patching filesystem...

2014-01-06 10:54:24.142 dbHelper[12436:707] extracting p0sixspwn.tgz to /Volumes/BrightonTide10B809.K66OS

2014-01-06 10:54:24.143 dbHelper[12436:707] tar fxpz /Users/info/Desktop/Seas0nPass.app/Contents/Resources/bundles/AppleTV2,1_5.3_10B809.bundle/p0sixspwn.tgz -C /Volumes/BrightonTide10B809.K66OS

2014-01-06 10:54:24.738 dbHelper[12436:707] returnStatus: 1

2014-01-06 10:54:24.738 dbHelper[12436:707] coreFileInstallation failed!! bail!

 

2014-01-06 10:54:36.672 dbHelper[12436:707] FAIL!! ABORT!

If I’m not mistaken, iTunes supplies the Apple USB drivers Windows needs to communicate with iOS devices. Maybe iTunes wouldn’t be needed to flash the ATV, but I’m guessing its bundled drivers would be.

Try to create a new user (administrator), log out from your account and log into new user account. Start Seas0nPass from there. It worked for me after numerous failures.

Amiga, thanks for posting this. 

I also tried multiple times the same process as you… on two different machines, a 2009 MBP running 10.7 and a 2008 MB running 10.6.8.

So, a different Mac returns the same error message.

Question to Firecore: Does this 5.3 untethered Firecore JB require Mtn. Lion or Mavericks? 

If that’s the case, then Firecore needs to confirm that and make the former tethered 5.3 JB available, so we can use it to tether JB w/ Seas0nPass and then untether through the “backdoor” of Maintenance, etc…

After spending hours attempting the new 5.3 untethered JB, I tried to find a download for the old tethered JB but was unable to find it on the site. 

Edit: I ended up succesfully jailbreaking, tethering and then untethering one ATV2 5.3 by downloading the old tethered Firecore 0.9.3 jailbreak, which worked for Seas0nPass and Boot Tether; then, I downloaded and installed the new aTV Flash, went into Maintenance and updated to Untethered. I never could get the new 0.9.5 to work, at all. My feeling is that the blockage was Lion, at least for me, since I only got the 0.9.3 to work on my older MacBook running trusty rock solid Snow Leopard.

Just downgraded, jailbroke, boot tethered and installed aTV Flash, then untethered and installed XBMC, etc… on my other ATV2 that had been running 6.0.2… all done on older MacBook running Snow Leopard. For me, all earlier non-install frustration issues were related to Lion. In the meantime, I cleaned up that MBP HD and made room for Mavericks; glad to leave Lion behind for good. Doubtful I’ll ever take Snow off that old MacBook, since it’s saved my bacon more than once.

Where did you find 0.9.3?

I tried 0.9.4 with zero luck after a lot of trying. 

The original Seas0nPass link I downloaded 0.9.4 from had 0.9.5 when I next looked so I gave that a go but am getting the same results as you guys.  So thought I’d see if I can find 0.9.3 but no joy yet…

Do you have any links?

I found the old version 0.9.3 of seasonpass and tired that as well.  It got further in the process than the versions, but utilmately would still fail when it tried to restore from iTunes.  I am using Lion on my MacBook.  I use Paralells to run my windows applications, and since others have has success using windows that is my next course of action, because i havent been able to get it to work at all.

 

Success, but the pain continued with Windows XP SP3. After a lot of turmoil, I was able to jailbreak my ATV2 with XP and install nitoTV.

 

  • First, I got an error because .NET 4 was missing, which I downloaded and installed.
  • Now I'm getting an error because I have an older version of iTunes (10.1) and Seas0nPass requires 10.5 according to the next error.
  • Here's the latest and greatest error, I don't have enough free space, 3GB.
  • Seas0nPass asks if I want to save signatures, but then errors out.

 

FROM TWITTER:

FireCore ‏We’re looking into reported issues on 10.7.5. #staytuned

 

 

Murph, you can find 0.9.3. on the FireCore site: http://support.firecore.com/entries/387605-Jailbreaking-101-Seas0nPass

—> Note: Apple TV 4.3 or earlier will require Seas0nPass 0.9.3. Download: Mac | PC

Steve, for me, the primary issue seemed to be Lion, as well as 0.9.5.

Once I switched over to my old MB running Snow Leopard and used 0.9.3, starting the jailbreak with the Save firmwear signature 5.3 10B809, it began the process and went okay. (For what it’s worth and whether it had any effect, I also downgraded from my name brand 3-ft. USB/mini USB gold plated, blah blah, to a shorter one that came with a camera or some other now forgotten device.)

  • Struggling with 0.9.5 on Lion this week shoved me forward into housekeeping my MacBook Pro HD, making room for a Mavericks install later this week. :wink: Right after Lion came out, my previously trouble-free MBP had some major conflict issues with it, and I immediately regretted switching over from Snow. However, I finally got it sorted and let it be. FYI: Apple released the more stable Mtn. Lion fairly quickly after Lion, which might provide a window into 10.7 quirks on some older laptops.   

Ta.

I had the same result Steve.  When I checked it was failing on “being able to locate the file in Finder”.  Finder popped up, as did iTunes, but it couldn’t knit the two together.

So I copied the IPSW from the location in Finder (a hidden Library folder) to the desktop to make it easier to find. And then manually did the restore in iTunes (alt+click on the restore button, then navigate to the file and away you go).  All worked fine this time.

A quick tethered boot and it worked perfectly (at last!).

Have now installed XBMC.  If you do this, remember the Apple TV will need tethering to work after you issue the reboot command :slight_smile:

Am now going to look into converting it to untethered and it should be perfect :slight_smile:

Thanks to those who helped.

As a summary of my travails:

  • I’m running OSX 10.7.5

  • iTunes 11.1.3

  • Apple TV 2 which started out on 6.0.2

  • Seas0nPass 0.9.3 works but the restore process failed and needed completing manually to complete the Jailbreak.

  • 0.9.4 failed on the restore.  I could manually complete it, BUT the end product was not jailbroken and nothing I did could make it so.

  • 0.9.5 looked like it was working better, but then failed on patching the filesystem and I got no further (from Googling I suspect this version isn’t compatible with OSX 10.7.5).