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    Default [2.0] Signal App still work on 2.0?

    With the pwnage tool coming soon, I plan to just jailbreak with pwntool but leave my ISPF unlock, and use Signal.

    But not sure if signal will still work on 2.0.

    Thx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hangsun2 View Post
    With the pwnage tool coming soon, I plan to just jailbreak with pwntool but leave my ISPF unlock, and use Signal.

    But not sure if signal will still work on 2.0.

    Thx.
    Will also be intrigued to see how old IPSF unlock works with 2.0 (Signal.app and all). Have one 2.5G iPhone that uses old IPSF and another that can use Pwnage straight up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldhilljr View Post
    Will also be intrigued to see how old IPSF unlock works with 2.0 (Signal.app and all). Have one 2.5G iPhone that uses old IPSF and another that can use Pwnage straight up.
    i dont think the old signal app will work on 2.0, coz lot of things have been changed..lets wait for dev team to release..

 

 

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