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    Livin the iPhone Life heath_rox's Avatar
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    Default whats wrong with downgrading bootloader?
    hi guys i just sold my old faithful 4 gb and im gonna by a 16 gb
    my question thou is whats wrong with downgrading the bootloader? does anything go wrong? does locate me (google maps) still work?

    whops my bad wrong forum
    Last edited by heath_rox; 2008-03-15 at 03:29 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    Red face its not lol, but it can be.
    lol whats wrong with the iphone hahahaha, well actually the 4.6 bootloader, is alright, but if u want to be able to go backwards a firmware\baseband, unless u downgrade the bootloader, u can do that the permanent way, or the temporary way, both ways work, but the temporary way allows u to backtrack to ur old bootloader. and its much safer. now if u want to unlock it, then the 4.6 should work fine for u, and jailbreaking works perfect for me. and currently a guy (geohots, hes popular in the hacking community) is working on the 4.6geomod, which will allow hacked firmwar, and downgrading the baseband, and it will be unlocked otb(well sorta). if u got anymore questions go ahead and ask lol

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    I heard that the 4.6 GEOMOD was facing a bit of a problem with copyright issues? Not sure how true it is, but yeah 3.9 is the way to go at the moment, but 3.9FakeBlank is the one to opt for if you havn't used ZiPhone already (not that i have a problem with ZiPhone, i used it on my own phone)

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    well its possible to use 4.6geomod with ipwned, and it would work lol. i think

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