Firmware 3.0 Jailbreak and Unlock Info

DevTeam It seems the DevTeam is gearing up for tomorrow’s release of firmware 3.0 and Friday’s release of the iPhone 3GS. According to their website, they will be doing a live demo of the 3.0 unlock, yellowsn0w, later tonight just before the release of the 3.0 firmware. In the demo you will see the new yellowsn0w and how the unlock works on all 3G iPhones. For a link to the feed you will need to check @MuscleNerd on Twitter.

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Firmware 2.2.1 Jailbreak Info – Dev Team

Dev TeamThe Dev Team has released PwnageTool and QuickPwn (for both the Mac and PC) 2.2.5. Below gives you the general idea about the jailbreak for firmware 2.2.1 but, you will want to check out the Dev Team’s website to see all the info (there is a lot more) and to get the links to the jailbreaks.

If your iPhone is unlocked…or you would like it to be unlocked it the future…do not upgrade to firmware 2.2.1.
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iPhone 3G Unlock Software Update – yellowsn0w

Dev Team It seems that yellowsn0w has been updated to version 0.9.5 beta. The Dev Team says that the update should, “fix quite a few problems including some STK issues.” They also suggest that everyone update to the newest version of yellowsn0w. For more info – check out the Dev Team’s website. Let us know in the comments if the update fixes any of the problems you were having.

iPhone 3G Unlock Pre-Release Info for yellowsn0w

Dev TeamThe Dev Team has released some info about the iPhone 3G unlock. Previous information is true that the unlock will work with the newest version of iPhone firmware 2.2 and the baseband that comes with it, version 02.28.00. This means that if you upgraded to 2.2 without using a custom firmware the unlock will still work. It also means you will need to update to 2.2 if you are still on 2.0 or 2.1. The unlock software, called yellowsn0w, will be available via an app in Cydia or Installer. We’re still waiting on the Dev Team to release the Source URL that you need to add to Cydia or Installer. Once we get it, we’ll let you know. We’ll also post a walkthrough of the process. You can read more about the release of yellowsn0w on the Dev Team’s Blog.