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    Default [1.1.4] (iLiberty / Winpwn / Pwnage) Which unlock method is currently preferred?

    attempt #2 since i forgot the kewl "thread format" ..sorry

    hey ...i havnt jailbroken & unlocked since december (for the 2nd time), so haven't really paid attention to which is the best way. after searching it seems that ziphone is no longer the way to go anymore, and iliberty was preferred for a while.

    im about to take my phone to the apple store for an out-of-warranty return and pick up 1g phone since i don't want to switch to at&t quite yet.

    since pwnage is out, is that the best way to go?? i haven't read about too many problems with it, so w/ the upcoming release of the 2.0fw ...would it just be easier to go that route, or should i still go w/ ilbierty then just see what methods are released then? i know its a hypothetical question, but i just wanted everyone's opinion.

    thanx in advance!

    jR



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    iLiberty is still used but now many are switching to pwnage (winpwn is pwnage for windows and pwnage tools is for mac)

    if u ask me pwnage is thebest way to go......if u ever fuc|< up ur iphone all u need to do is restore using itune and ur custome (already unlocked jailbroken FW)

    winpwn and pwnage tools are the best.......winpwn even has pre installed apps in the firmware
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    if you prefer everything automatic then WinPwn is the way to go.

    I prefer to have a more deep level of control so my preferred method is iLiberty + for jailbreaking and activation and then Bootneuter for unlocking.

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    what do u mean automatic??? winpwn has the exact same options as iLiberty????

    but every time you restore u dont have control over options - true but on the first custom FW restore..........
    and i love custome boot logos and restore logo
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    thnx ..went the pwnage tool route.

    problem though! while compiling the custom ispw, it gave me a message saying that it's going to have to run a script once the phone boots.

    it didn't install any of the custom apps when it installed the custom fw though (app installer, summerboard, etc).

    it gives me the message "startup script completed" everytime i boot the phone (is there a way to disable that?), but the only additional program listed is the bootneuter.

    any suggestions??

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    moving this onto the pwnage section of the forum
    Last edited by MrEBean; 06-20-2008 at 04:48 PM.


 

 

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