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Discuss iPhone 2G - PwnageTool 2.1 - iPhone software 2.2 at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; newly released iPhone software 2.2 (5G77) for 2G : -iPhone1,1_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw is 245,6MB in size -PwnageTool ...
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    Default iPhone 2G - PwnageTool 2.1 - iPhone software 2.2

    newly released iPhone software 2.2 (5G77) for 2G :

    -iPhone1,1_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw is 245,6MB in size

    -PwnageTool 2.1 does not work with/accept this firmware bundle (as expected, wait for dev-team to release PwnageTool 2.2)
    -if 2G iPhone previously unlocked with PwnageTool/QuickPwn under 2.01, 2.02 or 2.1, that procedure gave you an unlocked 04.05.04_G baseband
    -upgrading such a previously unlocked iPhone 2G in iTunes to 2.2 does not reflash the unlocked baseband which remains 04.05.04_G unlocked
    -by upgrading in iTunes, you remove the jailbreak, so no Cydia, Installer ... (if you want that ,wait for dev-teams PwnageTool 2.2 which can be expected in the very near future ..)



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    I have been able to upgrade to 2.2 on a 1stGen iPhone from a pwned 2.1 Firmware without any issues and as expected the iPhone remained unlocked but the jailbreak was removed.
    I then thought that I would play around a bit with old DOS Quickpwn files so I connected the iPhone to a PC running iTunes 7.7 and instead of saying that I needed a later version iTunes 8.0 to use the iPhone iTunes 7.7 allowed the iPhone to connect and displayed the 2.2 firmware version. I thought that was interesting and plan to look into that more.
    I managed to get the DOS Quickpwn to run against the 2.2 firmware. As expected it did not jailbreak but the process ran against the iPhone ok and changed the startup icon, there was no Cydia or Installer applications. The iPhone did connect to iTunes 7.7 ok and again showed the 2.2 firmware.
    I then connected it to iTunes 8.0.1.11 and iTunes made the iPhone switch off and reboot every time I connected it. The iPhone works without issue when not connected to iTunes 8 so my fun with the DOS quickpwn has changed something that is detected by iTunes 8.0.11.
    I then restored the iPhone back to Pwned 2.1 firmware using Restore rather than DFU method with iTunes 8.0.1.11 on a mac and it is all working well.
    Now I am going to upgrade to 2.2 again to see what I can do in iTunes 7.7 one test will be to see if I can restore to 2.2 using iTunes 7.7. Why? Just filling the time until a jailbreak comes out

    There is also a progress bar on the iPhone screen when applying the 2.2 firmware. I wonder how that will work with custom boot icons.
    Last edited by scoobyjs; 11-21-2008 at 12:51 PM. Reason: added last two sentences rather than making a 2nd post

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    Ok. I clicked update on mine (2.1 2G pwnage) and it deactivated my phone. I tried to restore from the custom ipsw and got error 1600. So I restored it from a plain 2.0 file and then tried to pwnage it again and I'm still getting error 1600. It's going into DFU mode properly so I don't know what to try now.
    Any ideas?
    Actually my iphone is still saying that the firmware is up to date. I'll try and downgrade it again.
    Last edited by Daninski; 11-21-2008 at 01:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daninski View Post
    It's going into DFU mode properly so I don't know what to try now.
    Any ideas?
    Try your custom file again but use:

    shift+ click on restore (PC)
    alt+click on restore (mac)

    Then select your custom file in the window that opens. With iTunes 8 DFU mode tends to generate the errors that you are seeing so the above will work if you already have a pwned firmware on the iPhone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobyjs View Post
    Try your custom file again but use:

    shift+ click on restore (PC)
    alt+click on restore (mac)

    Then select your custom file in the window that opens. With iTunes 8 DFU mode tends to generate the errors that you are seeing so the above will work if you already have a pwned firmware on the iPhone.
    I'd tried that already. Then I resorted to restoring it to an unpwned firmware to try and pwn it again with a lower firmware. I'm still getting error 1600. I'm going to try and restore it to plain 2.0.2 and quickpwn it if I can get that to work. I'm on osx btw.


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    On osx (I am assuming that you have iTunes 8) I would restore the iPhone to a standard apple firmware such as 2.1 then use Quickpwn to pwn the iPhone and then you will be able to use your custom firmware if you want to by using the alt+restore method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobyjs View Post
    On osx (I am assuming that you have iTunes 8) I would restore the iPhone to a standard apple firmware such as 2.1 then use Quickpwn to pwn the iPhone and then you will be able to use your custom firmware if you want to by using the alt+restore method.
    Yep, I'm trying that now. The mac version of quickpwn say it'll only work with firmware 2.0.2 - so that's what I'm trying for the moment. It's taking forever to do it mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daninski View Post
    The mac version of quickpwn say it'll only work with firmware 2.0.2
    Have you not downloaded Quickpwn 1.1? That will work with the 2.1 firmware

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobyjs View Post
    Have you not downloaded Quickpwn 1.1? That will work with the 2.1 firmware
    I clicked check for updates on my version of Quickpwn and it's said version 1.0.0 was the newest version?

    EDIT: I've searched and got 1.1 now.
    Last edited by Daninski; 11-21-2008 at 02:47 PM.

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    Ok, quickpwn worked. So i tried to get it to update with pwnage to a pwned 2.1 and I got an error 21. So then I put it in DFU and tried to update to the pwned file again and I got good old 1600 back
    A bit annoying.


 

 
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