famous Dev team successfully unlocked firmware 2.0 even before Apple releasing it.In other words Dev team unlocked iPhone 2.0 before apple releasing it.
For unlocking iPhone 2.0 you have to have iPhone 1.1.4 and Pwnage tool.It means those who have iPhone 3G should wait for 3G jailbreak which is currently under heavy development.
upcoming PwnageTool 2.0 is for Mac only now and hopefully cmw convert it for windows users
here is a demo of upcoming PwnageTool 2.0:
Stay tuned for 3G jailbreak
update 1:iPhone 2.0 supports Persian/Farsi language partially, So it’s better than nothing.
first i have an important tip for you guys
DO NOT KEEP YOUR IPSW firmware files in one folder because if you click on 1.1.3 instead of 1.1.2 ur iphone will not recover till 1.1.4
if you was on 1.1.3 and then experienced some issue and want to goback to 1.1.1 and do whole process again you may lost ur backup in this step
when you downgraded to 1.1.1 and OKtoPrep installed now it’s time to update to 1.1.2 but itunes want to choose ur last backup but your latest bnackup taken on 1.1.3 and iTunes give you an error. do not setup as new iphone JUST hold power and home button while your iphone boots in DFU mode then use iBricker 0.91 to boot ur iphone again
open itunes again now you are able to press shift+update
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Well, the iPhone Dev Team has done it again. A working jailbreak for 1.1.3 is finally here.
STATEMENT OF RISK
As all upgrades are risky, this one is doubly so. You may have to restore your phone using iTunes and start again if it fails. Make sure to back up first!
This jailbreak, like the 1.1.2 jailbreak, comes as an upgrade. This means you need to have a 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 jailbroken phone already, before you can begin.
Update – unlocked phones appear to remain unlocked and work properly after the update, according to scattered reports.
MAC VERSION – Download the 1.1.3 package maker and open it, then run Run_This. Read carefully, press Enter when necessary, and the image will be uploaded to your phone.
Here’s how you do it:
- Start with a 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 jailbroken phone with Installer.app installed.
- Plug in your phone via USB to your computer.
- Download, extract, and run iBrickr Special 1.1.3 jailbreak edition (ibrickr.exe in the archive).
- iBrickr will determine what firmware you are running on your phone and make sure you can run the update.
- iBrickr will then guide you through the process of obtaining and modifying the 1.1.3 firmware (make sure to read everything thoroughly).
- iBrickr will upload the new firmware image to your phone. Note that this only puts the file on your phone and does not modify it at all, yet.
- When iBrickr finishes (should take about 10 minutes), it will tell you to go to Installer and install the “1.1.3 soft upgrade” package. Do that.
- When the installer finishes (this should take another 10-15 minutes), your phone should reboot with a fresh activated 1.1.3 firmware.
I’ll be posting a video tutorial on Gear Live’s Bleeding Edge real soon, so watch for that!
If you feel like giving, please donate to a worthy charity. Donations directly to the Dev Team are not possible. If you wish to donate to me directly, you can do that via Paypal.
Props to everyone on the Dev Team, including (in no particular order): netkas, NerveGas, asap18, bgm, Bugout, bushing, chris_, dinopio, drudge, Fred_, gray, MuscleNerd, natetrue, pr3d4t0r, roxfan, Turbo, Zf[strike], np101137, pumpkin, and kroo, along with many contributors who wish to remain anonymous.
And props to Fred_ and planetbeing, who were among the first with a 1.1.3 jailbroken iphone, and Zibri, by whom this method was largely developed. Additionally to Shaun Erickson, who packaged the Installer half of the upgrade, and runs most of the application packaging for the iPhone. He’s looking for a job too – hire him!
Additionally, members of the iPhone Elite team also played a part.
Now you may be wondering how this jailbreak works. Here’s a breakdown:
- iBrickr grabs the 1.1.3 iPhone firmware image and extracts, decrypts, and decompresses the disk image.
- Then it applies a patch, jailbreaking the disk image and activating it, and also installing Installer.app.
- It uploads this new modified image to the phone, as 113_upgrade_image.bin.
- The “1.1.3 soft upgrade” app flashes the phone with the image and reboots.
- You have a perfect, jailbroken, upgraded 1.1.3 phone, with all your settings and music intact!
Regarding the drama about this release – there is identifying information in the patches, that contains pieces of the firmware as markers for what changes should be made to it. None of it is in any sort of useful form until it is merged again with a real 1.1.3 firmware image, which is downloaded directly from Apple.
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1.1.2 Baseband Downgrade Pack:
1) If on 1.1.2 or 1.1.3, You will now need to go into restore mode on the phone (Hold both buttons, then let go of the power button when the phone turns off and keep holding the home button for a few more seconds, until iTunes says to restore) and downgrade using SHIFT-Restore to 1.1.1
2) When in 1.1.1, You will now need to go into restore mode on the phone (Hold both buttons, then let go of the power button when the phone turns off and keep holding the home button for a few more seconds, until iTunes says to restore) and downgrade using SHIFT-Restore to 1.0.2
3) Jailbreak and activate the phone using WINSTALLER (open WinstallerGUI.exe and click on activate)
4) Install Installer.app using WINSTALLER by clicking on ‘Install Application’, then selecting the Installer.app folder
5) Run Installer on your phone, (update if necessary) and install Community Sources (from Sources), BSD Subsystem (from System) and OpenSSH (from System) in that order.
6) Using WinSCP, connect to your iPhone (user: root password:dottie) and upload:
to /usr/bin on your iPhone. This is the 1.1.3 secpack.
7) Using PuTTY, connect to your iphone (again user: root pass:dottie).
Type in the following: (pressing the ENTER button after each line)
Now type in:
chmod +x iEraser
chmod +x bbupdater
At this point bbupdater will return saying that it could not ping the baseband. This is good and means it was successfully deleted.
8) Overwrite with the new baseband by typing in the following:
bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
It will run its course. When finished type in:
It should tell you that you have modem version 03.14.08_G.
9) You will now need to go back into restore mode on the phone (Hold both buttons, then let go of the power button when the phone turns off and keep holding the home button for a few more seconds, until iTunes says to restore) and using the SHIFT-Restore method, restore to 1.02.
10) You can now restore to 1.1.1 and use the *#307# method and jailbreakme.com to unlock or install oktoprep and update to 1.1.2 then use anysim1.2u to unlock.
11) If you unlocked using AnySIM, you will need to reinstall it (In installer.app, add ‘i.unlock.no/’ (make sure to include that last slash) to your sources, and then you will have a new category called unlocking tools, in which you can install anysim, but make sure to install BSD subsystem again first!
1.1.2 Baseband Downgrade Pack:
auther :shawnie53ask question here:http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=23786
this tutorial recently viewed alot,hey folks you don’t need to downgrade to 1.0.2 anymore while 1.1.1 completely unlocked it means this tutorial out-dated
These methods will not downgrade your baseband or reunlock your phone. A reunlock is in development and will be made available as soon we can, together with a method to reset your nck attempts, please stand by and watch the forums for further information. And again, DON’T upgrade to 1.1.1 if you are still on 1.0.2. Do all that at your own risk.
You can downgrade the iPhone firmware from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2 using any of the three methods below; however, there are no known methods for reflashing the baseband firmware back to 03.14.08_G like it should be for 1.0.2. However, 1.1.1 iPhones that were previously unlocked at 1.0.2 with methods that fake the bb firmware version will have their firmware version remaining at 03.14.08_G. You cannot simply reflash the baseband to a downgraded version using bbupdate or erase the baseband like iUnlock does either, because there is a version check somewhere, probably the baseband bootloader, that prevents you from downgrading the baseband. Some have even hex edited the FLS file to bump the version and it still does not pass validation.
However, the hacked bbupdater used by the free SIM unlock writes to areas that the stock bbupdater doesn’t. So it won’t “undo” those particular changes. So far, a patched bbupdater remains the best hope. Continue reading
iPhone Unlock Contest finally reached its goal,guys iPhone finally unlocked.dream comes true,thats right you can unlock your iPhone using Turbo SIM cards,(only 80$ for blank SIM)
i will release a full how-to article but for now just goto bladox forum and find out how.
this is turbo SIM
OK I have seen so many questions still circulating regarding how to get the TurboSIM method working. I am going to try and illustrate the simplest method.
WARNING: If you are non-technical, confused as to how to use or install application on computers without an installer or are unfamilliar with terms such as ssh, scp or chmod then you probably should NOT be attempting to use the TurboSIM method anyway.
Seriously, you can waste a lot of money if you get this wrong.
1. Get an iPhone. Try an applestore, or even ebay.
2. Once you get it, make sure you read the manual.
3. At the top of the phone is the SIM card tray, in there is your AT&T sim. Go on, have a look. Now put it back.
4. Use one of the many, many well documented methods to activate your phone. Any of them will be fine, and if you can get to this part then you can probably continue.
5. Order a TurboSIM (Blank version) from www.bladox.com
8. If you ordered via an express shipping method you can skip to step 11
10. wait a bit more
11. You could have done this step while you were waiting, but install SSH. Use these instructions http://cre.ations.net/blog/post/howt…on-your-iphone (in the comments there is a mac version of the SSH installer)
While you are at it install the iPhone binary kit, too: http://iphone.natetrue.com/iphone-binkit-0.06.tar.gz
12. Once you have done that and are able to ssh into your phone over wireless (if you dont know how already then I suggest you give up now. cancel your order with bladox.)
Hint 1: Find your iPhone IP address under: Settings ->WiFi -> <YourWirelessNetwork> -> blue arrowy thing
Hint 2: Either using Putty (for windows) or ssh (for mac from the terminal) use that IP address to connect to the iPhone. E.g: ssh -l root 18.104.22.168
The root password is dottie. I suggest you change it unless you want someone like me to totally take the shine off your afternoon.
13. download the iPhone port of the bladox utilities: http://www.gofilego.com/?fileid=71ae…3da7541ee37ae8
Extract these files and in there somewhere you will see a little file called “turbo-app” copy this to your iPhone using scp for instance:
scp turbo-app firstname.lastname@example.org:/
Download this: http://www.bladox.com/pub/applesaft-0.92.tar.gz
in the “bin” directory copy applesaft.trb to the iphone:
scp applesaft.trb email@example.com:/
14. copy the follwing file from the iPhone /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
and add the following line:
after these lines, already present in the file
Now copy the file back. Yes, to the same location you got it from.
14. now you will have to reboot your iPhone. (Told you to read the manual) You can do this by pressing the power button for a few seconds until it asks you if you want to switch it off, or you can just take out the battery….
15. Now, get your AT&T sim and carefully cut it as indicated in the packet that the TurboSIM came in.
16. Do the same for the SIM you want to be using eventually in the iPhone.
17. CAREFULLY, VERY CAREFULLY. place the AT&T sim along with the TurboSIM into the sim tray and pop it into the iPhone.
It should slide in without too much effort, DO NOT FORCE IT IN. BE CAREFUL.
18. Now ssh into your phone and do the following (yes include the slashes):
chmod 755 /turbo-app
This will take several seconds to run just be patient.
19. Go to Settings -> Phone -> SIM Applications -> Apple Saft and then click SET.
20. Eject the sim tray CAREFULLY.
21. CAREFULLY, REALLLY EFFING CAREFULLY, put the TurboSIM and your target SIM into the iPhone.
22. Remember that file I told you to edit? Right edit it again and take out that line I told you to put in, then copy it back to the iPhone.
23. Do 14. Again.
24. Fingers crossed it should be working now.
25. Go to Settings -> General -> Network -> EDGE and change your details according to your operators instructions.
26. Thank everyone who has put time and effort into this, including Ozbimmer, ZF, the bladox developers. Yadda yadda.
OK? Any questions? I can answer all of them:
a) read the instructions again
b) google for it.