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    Default Need a push in the right direction...
    I currently have a 1st generation iPhone unlocked on T-Mobile running a jailbroken 2.0.2 FW. I want to update to the latest FW. Can I do so easily and not expect to run in to any significant problems? I haven't updated my iPhone for months now, and the last time I tried to update to 2.2 FW the quickPwn tool wouldn't let me. Sorry if it's a noob question but with all these different custom firmwares and discussions out there it is very confusing and I want to make sure I am not doing something wrong...

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    Yes you can update with no worries. All you need to do is update to 2.2.1 via iTunes, download the latest Quickpwn (Downloads), and just go through the normal Quickpwn steps.

    The 2G iPhone can be jailbroken and unlocked through Quickpwn.

    If you want to back up your Cydia/Jailbroken apps, go into Cydia and download AptBackup. In the app, choose "Backup", then go into iTunes and backup your device (by right clicking on it and selecting backup).
    If I helped you, then hit the "Thanks!" button please.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soodeh View Post
    I can't find Cydia on app store

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    Ok, thanks a lot guys!

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    EDIT: ^^^ perfect

    if your still on osx 10.5
    you can download "only" firmware 2.2.1 with iTunes.
    Then use pwnage tool or quickpwn to create a custom firmware.
    Put your iPhone into dfu mode and option click restore.
    Pick the custom 2.2.1 firmware you created with the above mentioned tool.
    search around there around here at MMI for a step by step guide

    Welcome to MMi

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