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Thread: How do I preserve baseband without Jailbreaking? (Iphone4, 4.10.01, 4.3.5)

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    Default How do I preserve baseband without Jailbreaking? (Iphone4, 4.10.01, 4.3.5)
    I just unlocked my Iphone 4 with a Gevey. I want to sync with my Itunes but I'm afraid that this might update the baseband. Is there a simple program I can use that will preserve the baseband without making me jailbreak it?

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    Syncing doesnot update baseband. Updating does.

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    And so does restoring through iTunes. Just incase you didn't know already.

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    Restoring does update baseband?

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    Just ignore the dialog boxes in itunes indicating that there is a newer version of iphone software (currently IOS 5.0.1). You can update itunes whenever, but dont update your iphone; then you will be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmack06 View Post
    Restoring does update baseband?
    Unfortunately yes, it will force the latest firmware to install to your device. There is a way to update to iOS 5.0.1 WITHOUT changing your baseband, use redsn0w (win & mac) and select custom firmware or pwnage tool for Mac ONLY. they will make a firmware that doesn't contain a baseband upgrade. Then restore to that firmware (press and hold SHIFT(win) or COMMAND(Mac) when clicking restore in iTunes and it will then prompt you to select the custom firmware.

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    ^ u forgot pwned dfu..

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    Will this have to be a teathered jailbreak since I'm already on 4.3.5, or when I update to the ios 5.0.1 can it be unteathered?

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