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[question] how do i determin iphone's original firmware and bootloader
So I got my iphone over here in Croatia, and accidentally my got unlocked (i didn't want that). Now I don't know the original firmware and bootloader that were on the phone. It was unlocked whit Ziphone. How can i restore it to it's orignal state so i can use iliberty+ or pwange tool?
How to find out wich bootloader and firmware were on?
Thanks in advance.
Ok, it xxxx45xxxxx so it's week 45? it's pre 1.1.2 with 3.9?
Originally Posted by )law(
It's strange because my friend took 8GB (mine is 16GB) version and he has xxxx4Jxxxxx serial number.
So I'm not sure this is a proper way to determine bootloader.
If i restore it to 1.1.4 than it will bi relocked and unjailbreaked (funny word) but it will have "modified" bootloader?
Should I use pwange tool after i restored it to 1.1.4 and then unlock,activate,jailbreak and install bootneuter with 4.6 upgrade?
if you waht to know your current info you shell add to your sources in installer foll source: http://sendowski.de/iphone
then you will tind in category Tools programme BBInfor 1.1 which once you installed and run, it will give you all nessesary infor about your iphone.
yes, it will be locked after restore and yes, the best you can do you your iPhone is to it pwnged....
:finder: - Mac OS X 10.5
:iphone:- 8 GB
tell us the first 5 digits/chars and we probably know what firmware it came with.
Originally Posted by projektilski
hardware info and tools like that dont show the OOTB bootloader, just the actual plus they dont show if it is FB.
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