Use PwnageTool 3.1.3 on 3GS Previously JailBroken with Redsn0w Mac 0.8?
Last month I used Redsn0w 0.8 to jailbreak my activated AT&T 3GS running 3.0 and I want to upgrade it to a jailbroken 3.1 but I want to be clear before I use PwnageTool 3.1.3 that it will work.
Since the requirement for using PwnageTool 3.1.3 on my 3GS is previously jailbreaking it with Pwnage 3.0, does Redsn0w 0.8 count?
If not, is there a solution for upgrading a 3GS to jailbroken 3.1 for my situation?
Re: Use PwnageTool 3.1.3 on 3GS Previously JailBroken with Redsn0w Mac 0.8?
I have found the wifi to be more reliable on 3.1 Battery has not been dramatically different. My carrier isn't restricting tethering so that is not an issue at all.
Originally Posted by Xterminater
There must have been some issues though with 3.1 because 3.1.2 is out now. I really hope that the iBoot vulnerability that has been made public was revealed too late to be fixed otherwise it was revealed for no good reason.
UPDATE - Visual Voice Mail Not Working
Well, besides tethering not working which I fixed with PDAnet, and the possible bandwidth throttling to 800kbps, I've realized that Visual Voice Mail is not working. So I've spent a couple of hours trying to find a fix for it to no avail.
My OS (prolly a 3GS thing) does not have the Cellular Network Settings in the Network preferences. I tried the old tether VVM fix from help.BenM.at/help.php mobile configs, but that didn't do it either. So I'm stuck with no voicemail at the moment.
Anyone got a solution for that?
NEVERMIND - Update to the Update: I thought that it was not safe to install the carrier update, but apparently it is (at least for me as an AT&T customer) and VVM came back.
Update to the Update to the Update: Okay, today I got 1.8Mb again on the 2Wire bandwidth meter. Dunno what was going on when I was getting 800k, but I'm pleased to say that bandwidth throttling is NOT the case.
Sorry to drag the thread out, but I thought other's may experience this as well and wanted y'all to know that the carrier update fixed the VVM.