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  • iBuilder - Make Your Own Custom Firmware | Windows

    iBuilder, a nifty new project by rotem25, allows you to select from a large list of items for your iPhone, and create a package which can then be added to your internalPackages in iPwnage and used to create a custom firmware for your iPhone.

    You can then use iTunes to simply restore your iPhone to the new firmware, with all your favorite apps, sources, or packages already in there. Not too bad...

    Here's the Windows iPwnage thread...
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iBuilder - Make Your Own Custom Firmware | Windows started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 77 Comments
    1. GreedySmurf's Avatar
      GreedySmurf -
      It just keeps getting better!
    1. pokekid's Avatar
      pokekid -
    1. xDaViDx's Avatar
      xDaViDx -
      I posted this earlier, im on Mac so I cant really give this a try. Cash said it crashed his machine earlier so im kinda curious to see if it works.
    1. Cody Overcash's Avatar
      Cody Overcash -
      no no i said i crashed my machine so i couldnt play around with this lol. machine crash b4 this was made hahaha
    1. teufel657's Avatar
      teufel657 -
      im 'on windows XP, it works, but i'm not sure what to do with it once it finished building.
    1. Chase817's Avatar
      Chase817 -
      i tried this with darWINE on leopard, but it didnt work
    1. xDaViDx's Avatar
      xDaViDx -
      Quote Originally Posted by cash7c3 View Post
      no no i said i crashed my machine so i couldnt play around with this lol. machine crash b4 this was made hahaha
      ohhh lol my bad i read wrong.
    1. norberto26's Avatar
      norberto26 -
      does iBuilder work in Mac?
    1. vampyros_wrath's Avatar
      vampyros_wrath -
      You mac users already have a ipsw builder. Why do you want a WINDOWS one?
    1. ryan christopher's Avatar
      ryan christopher -
      thats pretty cool, glad i just added windows to my mac so no matter what i can have the best of both worlds
    1. sogo's Avatar
      sogo -
      I was wondering how long before an app like this would show up. It will nice, in the future.
    1. Tomer's Avatar
      Tomer -
      Will pwning my iphne cause a loss of my data?
    1. MattMac's Avatar
      MattMac -
      Quote Originally Posted by vampyros_wrath View Post
      You mac users already have a ipsw builder. Why do you want a WINDOWS one?
      Umm man, can tell your a Windows user. We have Pwnage but no ISPWTool to add packages to our .ispw files yet. There still making it.

      Basicly, I'll break it down. We can Pwn our phones but can add packages straight to our ispw file. You can now use the Winpwn Beta to pawn your phones and use iBuilder to add packeges to your ispw files. Get it?
    1. iwamas's Avatar
      iwamas -
      any idea when ISPWTool is going to be released?
    1. bilsta57's Avatar
      bilsta57 -
      WOW Thats sik! ... I thought mac had an advantage lol but now windows is ahead oh well
    1. SR_Eyes's Avatar
      SR_Eyes -
      Hope Dev Team will make tool to add packages in no time!
    1. jarronv's Avatar
      jarronv -
      awesome cant wait to stuff up my iphone and give it a go
    1. joshysquashy's Avatar
      joshysquashy -
      Is it possible to add settings and files to the ipsw file? For instance the preferences of a program, or summerboard themes (that aren't on installer)?

      This should be integrated into this program (and the mac equivalent when it is released).
      In a separate tab, you can "manage the filesystem", perhaps with a warning about necessary files, perhaps protecting important files from deletion. Then people can have the iPhone they want, straight out of the box!

      Great program by the way, this is where Pwnage becomes better than ZiPhone.
    1. ver_shine's Avatar
      ver_shine -
      i built pakages but...how to add into IPSW??
    1. ssj4goku's Avatar
      ssj4goku -