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    Default [Dev Team] Baseband Breakthrough

    The Dev Team seem to have made some sort of breakthrough with the iPhone 3G
    Here are some bits of MuscleNerd and planetbeing's Twitter
    Click here, here and here to view



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    The guys have said they'd like to break the chain of command sooner in the boot process maybe they have found a way to do that
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    maybe we'll see a full fledged baseband rewrite soon
    Get the latest info for NoAccSplash Here
    Currently it should work on iOS 4.x - 6.x
    If you'd like to help extend its functionality, the source is also available.

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    Seriously, in my opinion, not been an expert in that matter, leaving the baseband intact is the best and safest way to go

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    "nothing near usable."
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    Quote Originally Posted by IphoneEntusiast. View Post
    "nothing near usable."
    Ya, that kind of negates the entire thing, don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crispain View Post
    Seriously, in my opinion, not been an expert in that matter, leaving the baseband intact is the best and safest way to go
    nah dude, just patching the MCC + MNC checks would not hurt. if you mess with other stuff, that could be a problem, but just patching those checks should be OK in my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    nah dude, just patching the MCC + MNC checks would not hurt. if you mess with other stuff, that could be a problem, but just patching those checks should be OK in my opinion
    Once the chain of trust is broken at the bootrom level, we can pretty much duplicate the 2G situation, with neutered bootloaders and ignore MCC/MNC patches, exactly as you mention. Writing to baseband NOR isn't as safe as patching the RAM, but probably ultimately a superior solution.

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    yea plus if it becomes like the 2g solution, apple will probably give up on baseband updates
    Get the latest info for NoAccSplash Here
    Currently it should work on iOS 4.x - 6.x
    If you'd like to help extend its functionality, the source is also available.

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    Default compare to the iphone

    i know this is in regards to the touch but im wondering, as others might be, does anyone know or think that this problem might be applied to the iphone in future updates by apple. Ive been an iphone user and never owned a touch so if anyone has insight on this and can shed some light that would be awesome.


 

 

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