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    Default [Guide] How to check iPhone BOOTLOADER version (Now with BBinfo App)

    Painless way to check iPhone baseband is here

    Add the source to your installer : http://www.trejan.com/irepo
    Install BBInfo under Utility category

    Thanks to amazing tman!

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    Manual Method

    What you need:

    1. WinSCP - http://winscp.net/eng/download.php
    2. puTTY - http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~s.../download.html
    3. bbupdater - http://rapid$hare.com/files/65139648...dows_.zip.html (Replace $ with letter s Unzip and extract "bbupdater", I don't know where else to get only the bbupdater)
    4. WIFI
    5. Jailbreaked

    What to do:
    1. Install WinSCP
    2. Check iPhone WiFi IP address -- Settings->WiFi->tap blue arrow->IP Address
    2. Launch WinSCP - Enter IP Address in Host Name box, Username root Password alpine and uncheck "Allow SCP fallback". Click 'Yes' if a message window appears for the first connection attempt
    3. WinSCP GUI will appear, your local PC directories will be shown on the left portion and iPhone directories will appear on the right. Browse to /usr/bin directory on iPhone if you already have that. If not make one by Right Click -> New or press F7 in the /usr directory
    4. On the GUI, look for bbupdater you just downloaded, drag and drop it into iPhone's /usr/bin directory. MAKE SURE to set the permission to 0755!
    5. Close WinSCP
    6. Launch puTTY.exe
    7. Enter the same IP Adress in Step 2 to the Host IP Name and click 'Yes' to the message for the first connection attempt
    8. Enter root as login prompt and alpine as Password and you will see a '#' symbol
    9. In the puTTY window, type: (to disable Comm Center)

    launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    10. Nothing will happen but then type:

    bbupdater -v

    The following message will appear and you can now write down the bootloader version of your phone:

    Resetting target...
    pinging the baseband...
    issuing +xgendata...
    firmware: DEV_ICE_MODEM_04.01.13_G
    eep version: EEP_VERSION:207
    eep revision: EEP_REVISION:8
    bootloader: BOOTLOADER_VERSION:3.9_M3S2

    11. Finally type: (to enable Commcenter again)

    launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    12. Power cycle your phone and you are done!!
    Last edited by wsxijn03; 01-06-2008 at 05:49 AM.



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    finally...thx a lot... pls put this on sticky

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    I agree that it should be put as a sticky.
    Thanks!

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    Sticky please

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    I uploaded bbupdater with iBrickr. When I'm writing "bbupdater -v" into putty, it responses with "zsh: permission denied: bbupdater"

    What can I do?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkel49 View Post
    I uploaded bbupdater with iBrickr. When I'm writing "bbupdater -v" into putty, it responses with "zsh: permission denied: bbupdater"

    What can I do?
    chmod +x ./bbupdater

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddy123 View Post
    chmod +x ./bbupdater
    should I write the whole line in? (chmod +x ./bbupdater)
    Because when I do that, it responses with "chmod: ./bbupdater: No such file or directory"

    Thanks for the quick reply

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    Try:
    chmod +x /usr/bin/bbupdater

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    When I type that in (chmod +x /usr/bin/bbupdater) it just creates a new line, and nothing else happens

    Edit:

    I got it working now. I have bootloader 4.6.... crap, no unlock
    Last edited by mikkel49; 12-15-2007 at 06:42 PM.

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    Why bother fooling around with bbupdater? Just look at the case. If it has the iTunes icon, it has bootloader 4.6.


 

 
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