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I have a 3GS with a 3.1.2 pwngetool ipsw and ultrasnow unlocked. My ...
Fresh start, how to (i've read everything!)
I have a 3GS with a 3.1.2 pwngetool ipsw and ultrasnow unlocked. My batterylife has suddenly become very bad though, and i can't seem to find out why. Now, i want to start all over again; a fresh start as one would put it. I only have one question though:
Is there, at this very moment, a jailbroken 3.1.2 ipsw with the latest baseband firmware and is it directly (from 3.1.2) unlockable via Ultrasnow or something else?
So in general, can i start using Pwnagetool and jailbreak my 3.1.2 iphone 3GS? And can i directly unlock it from 3.1.2? Also, can i 'erase' my iphone so it goes back to standard settings or isn't that necessary?
Thank you very much!
No you cannot use ultrasn0w with the latest baseband.
Originally Posted by Fliz
I do not recommend upgrading your baseband if you can.
Should not be necessary to erase your phone.
Do the following.
- Restore the iPhone with a pwnagetool 3.1.2 custom ipsw that has activation enabled.
- Set up iPhone as new, do not restore from iTunes backup.
- Unlock with ultrasn0w
- Either install proper unique push certificates http://www.hackint0sh.org/f137/96714-post474376.htm or properly turn off push notifications.
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