Discuss Basic Questions at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; I just posted a question at another point, but it just to my mind that ...
I just posted a question at another point, but it just to my mind that the questions rather belong into this category:
After reading Tmobs isnt...isnt...isnt-postings the following questions came to my mind:
Are the following assumptions correct:
1) A phone that's been jailbreaked only can be easily restored because only the OS had been changened and can be replaced by the original one simply by using the restore-option in iTunes.
2) The Baseband and/or Bootloader of the iPhone are not altered in any way by the Pwnage-Tool if you choose the option that your iPhone will be activated using iTunes.
3) Therefore modification of a Touch and a 3G is absolutely harmless, because - in case of the 3G - no baseband-/bootloader changes are made.
Another point which came to my mind:
When using bootneuter in the most recent Pwnage-Software it should be possible to really reset the iPhone to factory setting so no-one could tell a never-modified and an altered version apart. Is this correct?
Thanks for clarifying those points in advance.
J to the T. Shaken, not Stirred
If you choose not to unlock, then the baseband is not modified. Even if you do unlock, this can always be undone. Basically, there is no danger in using pwnagetool because everything is reversible.
thanks for the quick reply.
Just to make sure:
In EVERY successful case of unlock and/or jailbreak it is possible to COMPLETELY reset the iPhone/Touch to its original settings?
Is this statement also valid for EVERY jailbreaked firmware-version?
I'm just writing a little how-to in another forum about the possibilities of a jailbreak which also touches a bit on the question whether this is possible or not, and I don't want to write anything false.
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ok, but today i've got the the following idea:
With the iPhone 3G it is said that you cannot apply the software-unlock posted by musclenerd if you have altered the baseband and/or (?) bootloader.
For the iPhone 3G, there was no software-unlock available up to know so his patch should applicable to any 3G.
So why mentioning this restriction?
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