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Thread: Jailbreak 4.1???

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    Default Jailbreak 4.1???
    HI my iphone 3g is now unjailbreakable since I updated the firmware with itune 10. Is there a way I could jailbreak it or I have to wait ???

    I already tried redsn0w 9.5b5-5, didn't worked...
    HELP !!

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    iPhone? More like MyPhone holl0wm1nd's Avatar
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    No way, dude. You'll have to wait.
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    dEAAAAAMN , well thx. will avoid me to search any idea how much time?

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    you can downgrade it sir...all you have to do is point your settings to cydia dont worry about shsh its ok...

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    Is it possible to downgrade back to IOS 3.1.2 from 4.1? Even with the baseband being upgraded?

    Also, i see there is lots of post of the JB almost availabe for Iphone 4 , 3GS. I do not see any mentions on the 3G? I wonder whats goin on....
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    Yes it's possible to JB but not unlock it.

    It's a long story, but I managed to get version 3.12 on mine and jailbroken.

    My phone crashed completely and I restored with Itunes which gave me version 4.1 with latest baseband (which currently can't be unlocked to any network).

    I then used Redsnow 0.9.5b5-5 with custom ipsw 4.0 8A293. Unfortunately this seemed to go through the process on windows but hung at the jailbreaking part on the iphone.

    I then found another link on Youtube how to downgrade to 3.12 from 4.00 with Blackra1n. This worked perfectly and was very simple to follow. I now have a jailbroken Iphone.

    [ame=""]This is the link to the vid how to do this[/ame]

    Hope it works for you.

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