Det är nätt lätt till jailbreak 3.0.1. Du kan använda redsnow, men du pekar precis den in mot 3.0 maskinvaror sparar när den frågar för den. Denna uppdatering fixar endast SMS-bedrift som meddelades för en tid sedan. Här är representanten uttrycker från bärare-laget:
Du kan re-use redsn0w v0.8 oss som är utsläppt några veckor sedan till dagens uppdatering 3.0.1 för jailbreak. Låt precis iTunes uppdatera eller återställandet dig till representanten 3.0.1 därefter körd redsn0w. Det enda ”trick” är att, när redsn0w frågar dig att identifiera den använda IPSWEN, peka den på de 3.0 IPSWNA i stället för 3.0.1en. Återinstallera ultrasn0w 0.9, om du behöver låsaaen upp efter jailbreaken.
3.0.1na som frigöraren är ”, förgrena sig” från 3.0 som uppstår (kodifiera-klokt) för alla 3.1 betas. Programen som redsn0w behöver att ändra för jailbreaken, är identiska, när du jämför de 3.0 och 3.0.1 versionerna. Det verkar nätt mycket de enda ändringarna som gjorda Apple var för SMSEN buggar, som påverkar program, som redsn0w inte handlag. Det är varför du kan re-use redsn0w 0.8 på 3.0.1, även om den var skriftlig för 3.0.
Och sedan 3.0.1 inte handlag den antingen basebanden, fungerar ultrasn0w 0.9 för de som behöver det mjukt, låser upp. Installera precis det från den repo666.ultrasn0w.com repositoryen genom att använda Cydia som vanlig.
We’ll at some point fix redsn0w to recognize both 3.0 and 3.0.1 IPSW’s, but really that’s the only change that would be made to it. Everything else would be identical, so there’s no need to wait for the “proper” version that recognizes the 3.0.1 IPSW as valid.
The Dev-Team has tweeted that the redsn0w jailbreak does work on the 3.0.1 firmware however, you need to point it to the 3.0 IPSW. They say it even works on the iPhone 3GS and with ultrsn0w. They do not have anything posted on their blog yet. Below is their tweet.
iphone_dev tweet – “Early adopters have found that redsn0w JB *already* works on 3.0.1 (just point it at 3.0 IPSW!) Even for 3GS & ultrasn0w.”
It seems the Dev-Team has some guts! They just posted on Twitter that they have a new Google Voice number… the post includes the number itself. So, if you would like to reach the Dev-Team, feel free to call (347) Dev-Team which equals (347) 338-8326. I’m not sure who you will get (maybe it is forwarding to all the Dev-Team members) or if they will even answer but, they said to feel free to leave a message. I have a feeling they might start to get inundated with calls… we will see if they regret the decision! Read more
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It seems that while we were on vacation, ultrasn0w was updated to version 0.9. The Dev-Team has quite a bit to say about this version of ultrasn0w (including how the source code from the purplesn0w unlock helped improve ultrasn0w…interesting). Anyway, below are just a few snippets from the post three days ago and the one from tonight. Read more
Last night, the Dev-Team released some info about the how to prepare the iPhone 3GS for jailbreaking. However, there wasn’t a guide yet. This morning there is a guide. Below is the info via the Dev-Team. You will want to check out their website for the how-to guide.
"Remember we warned you to stay away from any updates to 3.1 if you want to be able to jailbreak or unlock your 3GS.
Well this is an additional message to all you 3GS owners that would like to jailbreak your device sometime soon, but this advice comes with a warning! A warning that if you accidentally upgrade to 3.1, you will not be able to use Ultransn0w, so please re-read and double check this warning at the bottom of this post before proceeding.
You may have read or heard about techniques to capture files during the iTunes restore process. These will be required to jailbreak your phone in the near future, most of the methods involve icky USB snoops. Well, there is an even better and more reliable method to get your hands on those lovely files.
During the restore process iTunes nicely keeps these oh-so-top-secret-files in a lovely accessible place for us to copy out and backup, that place? /tmp on Mac OS X or %TEMP% on Windows. Thanks Apple — handy!
The downside to this approach is that you actually need to go through the restore process to get these signed files, which has risks if you are anywhere near 3.1 or 3.1 beta
If you are ready to proceed and you know the risks we’ll get down to the nitty-gritty -
So during a usual recovery with iTunes, your signed iBEC is written to /tmp and during a DFU mode restore the signed iBSS is written there also. To be sure, restore in both modes one after another to be able to grab them both. You’ll need to keep an eye on the temp directory and copy it before it is deleted again by iTunes. I’m sure some nice folks will create a tutorial about this, we’ll link to the first person who makes a good one.
Should you choose to accept this mission, act fast, this needs to be done quickly! But again, always, always double check here to see if 3.1 has been released, if is has, then don’t do this.
WARNING!! - DANGER, WILL ROBINSON! - NB! - REMEMBER!
IF YOU CARE ABOUT ULTRASN0W, BE VERY CAREFUL WITH THIS METHOD! Do not attempt this if you have downloaded the 3.1 beta. You do NOT WANT TO accidentally restore your device to 3.1 beta — you’ll lose ultrasn0w if you do! BE WARNED "
If you haven’t already heard, the Dev-Team has released some info about the iPhone 3GS jailbreak. It seems that it is “possible” but not likely to happen any time soon. Below is what the Dev-Team has to say: Read more
Great news! It looks like the same exploit used to jailbreak the 2nd Gen iPod Touch will work on the the new iPhone 3GS. No date on when it will be released but now that we know it can be jailbroke it shouldn’t be too much longer. Here’s what the Dev Team has to say:
About 5 hours ago (Thursday evening, less than a week after the 3GS launch), we were able to verify that the 24Kpwn exploit that the hybrid team used on the iPod Touch 2G is still applicable to the bootrom of the iPhone 3GS. That means we can use the same sort of technique used by our current redsn0w tool to jailbreak and unlock the iPhone 3GS.
This is great news, but how did it happen? Why didn’t Apple fix this in their normal cat&mouse fashion? Well it seems this bootrom was cut in about the August 2008 timeframe, so the unintended early reveal of 24Kpwn earlier this year didn’t affect the iPhone 3GS.
You can read more at their website at blog.iphone-dev.org
Below is a step-by-step guide on how to unlock an iPhone 3G using ultrasn0w. In order to use ultrasn0w, you must have baseband 04.26.08…which means you need to be on the 3.0 firmware. Your iPhone also must be jailbroke in order to use ultrasn0w.
Note: T-Mobile USA users should disable 3G before using ultrasn0w Read more
Over night, the Dev-Team released ultrasn0w. ultrasn0w can be used to unlock an iPhone 3G on firmware 3.0. Below is what the Dev-Team has to say: Read more
I know many of you are anxiously awaiting the released of ultrasn0w. I have been waiting all day to see if I would have more to report about it but, at least they are making progress. Earlier this morning, MuscleNerd did say that ultrasn0w is compatible with PIN-locked sims. Below are a few tweets, from today, with info about how ultrasn0w is coming along… Read more
It seems the Dev-Team has updated their website to include a Windows jailbreak and 2nd gen iPhone Touch jailbrealk. Both of these use a jailbreak called redsn0w (simular to QuickPwn). Go HERE for the downloads. However, they have also updated some of their info…their 8 points have changed slightly so make sure you read them again. Read more
If you follow MuscleNerd on Twitter (he is a member of the Dev-Team) you may already know this information but, this morning he twittered that the iPhone 3GS is being shipped with baseband 04.26.08. That is the baseband that ultrasn0w can be used on. Meaning, if the iPhone 3GS can be jailbroke, it can be unlocked using ultrasn0w. Read more