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Thread: 3gs 5.11.07 bootloader 6.4 want to go 4.1 but need unlock

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    Default 3gs 5.11.07 bootloader 6.4 want to go 4.1 but need unlock
    I'm confused and need help. I want to update to 4.1, but haven't found the right answers. I've read 100 posts about what to do and there doesn't seem to be a cohesive answer. I read the sticky also. I have...

    3gs: 3.1.2
    baseband: 5.11.07
    bootloader: 6.4
    model: mc135
    tethered (forecast): no
    jailbroken/unlock: yes (blackrain)

    cydia says I have shsh: 3.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.1

    I would like to go to 4.1 but I have to have my unlock.

    It looks like I can use a custom firmware to update to 4.1 and j/b with greenpoison. Then unlock with pwnage?

    I can wait longer for a 4.2 unlock, but would like to update. Thanks for any help.
    Last edited by grud9e; 12-14-2010 at 10:57 AM. Reason: update info

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    what type of computer do you have? (win or mac) if windows download snowbreeze 2.1 and create a custom firmware. if mac download pwntool to create one. custom firmware wont update basebands, so u would still be able to use ultrasnow for unlock when u finish upgrading with custom firmware.
    Last edited by seriousjohn; 12-14-2010 at 11:04 AM.

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    windows.

    I did read another post about using ultrasnow for the unlock. So then...

    custom firmware with snowbreeze
    jailbreak with limerain or greenpoison
    unlock with ultrasnow

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    The custom 4.1 you make with snowbreeze is prejailbroken so no need to use limerain or greenpoison after. Just install ultrasnow from cydia after the restore.

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    Thanks, I did look into snowbreeze a little more and found the guide I think will work.

    Thanks for all your help.

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