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    Default Newb Question

    How do I find out what bootloader my 3GS has?

    It is 3.1.3 and 5.12.01



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    Go to settings>general>about>model

    If your model number starts with 'MC' then you have the new iboot on 3gs.

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    Ok, right on, ty.

    Mine starts with "MB". So what does that mean?

    Best Regards,

    Todd.

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    You should have the old boot. Can always double check by putting phone in dfu mode, connect via USB to pc and check in device manager>apple mobile device driver> choose device instance path in the dropdown box, at the end of the string that is displayed will tell you the boot version

    iBoot-359.3.2 is new boot
    iBoot-359.3 is old boot.

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    Or you can use idetector from

    Ih8sn0w.com/index.php/products/view/idetector.snow


 

 

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