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Thanks Arun / Mods for stetting this topic upon request.

So lets start the basic of i Journey

I shall post the Guides / Methods / Terms pertaining to iMobile devices only laptop/desktop excluded and shall include following



iPod (touch only)

posts are not device specific but OS specific unless specified.

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32 iPhone Terms Everyone MUST Know


if you’re looking to hack your phone, you’ll need to learn a few terms....

3G: The fast wireless network used by the new iPhone 3G. Speeds range from 700k per second to 1.5Mbit/sec, but availability is usually restricted to urban centers.

A-GPS: Assisted GPS. When the data from a GPS satellite isn’t enough, as when someone is indoors or surrounded by large buildings, A-GPS cross-references local cell towers for coordinates in order to pinpoint a user’s location.

Accelerometer: An instrument built into the iPhone which detects movement and compensates appropriately. For example, when you turn your iPhone onto its side and Safari moves accordingly, that’s the accelerometer in action. Ditto when your fire up PhoneSaber and start making lightsaber sounds by swinging your phone around.

App Store: The official Apple repository of third-party software for the iPhone 3G. The App Store was launched along with the iPhone 3G and has extended the device from a phone and media player into a powerful mobile computing platform. Though many programs cost between $0.99 and $9.99, plenty of excellent free apps are also available on the App Store.

ARM Processor: The brains of the iPhone. Also known as the Advanced RISC Machine processor, ARM was used in the Newton, as well as in the Game Boy Advance, mobile phones from Sony Ericsson, Nokia phones such as the N95, and most recently, the iPhone.

Aspen Simulator: Utility included within the iPhone SDK that allows developers to emulate an iPhone from within their computer, so they can test their Web apps, native apps, and how their mobile layout will look and function without having to push the app to an iPhone.

Baseband: The area of the iPhone’s firmware memory used by the radio chip. The baseband has usually been the toughest component to hack and modify.

Bluetooth 2.0+EDR: Bluetooth is a wireless protocol which allows devices to talk to one another over short ranges. EDR refers to Enhanced Data Rate, meaning data will move faster between similarly enabled devices. Primarily used for peripherals, on the iPhone Bluetooth enables the use of wireless headsets. But the iPhone’s Bluetooth capabilities are crippled, since you can’t sync over Bluetooth, use the network to tether your phone to the computer, and Apple doesn’t yet support A2DP, a protocol that lets you use wireless Bluetooth stereo headphones.

DFU: Device Firmware Upgrade. If you’re going to load custom firmware onto the iPhone, you’ll have to put the phone into DFU mode in order to “restore” your phone to your desired settings without iTunes taking control. DFU mode boots the iPhone up without the iPhone OS loading. To put the iPhone into DFU mode:

1. Open iTunes and connect the iPhone,

2. Hold the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons at the same time for 10 seconds until the iPhone shuts down. If the Apple logo appears, you need to start over.

3. Release the Sleep/Wake button but continue holding the Home Button for approximately seven more seconds. iTunes will inform you that the iPhone is in Restore mode. The iPhone screen should be blank.

From there, you can install your own firmware by clicking the Restore button while holding down the Option key, then browsing for your firmware file. This mode is helpful if you've jailbroken your iPhone and you need to virginize it for the latest Apple-approved firmware. Note: Once you are in DFU mode, you can't exit from this mode without a restore of the firmware.

EDGE: The data network used by AT&T. EDGE is widespread, but at speeds 150kbit to 200kbit per second in ideal settings, it isn’t very fast.

Geotagging: The practice of adding metadata to a geographic location. For instance, when you bookmark a page in the Google Maps app on your iPhone, you’re geotagging. Apps, including the Camera app, will also geotag photos taken on the iPhone, so they can be identified by location once uploaded to services like Flickr or SmugMug.

GPRS: General Packet Service Radio. Not quite 3G or EDGE, GPRS offers decent but not zippy data transfer on a GSM data network. GPRS is the foundation which EDGE is built upon. It provides data rates from 56kbit up to 114kbit per second.

GPS: Global Positioning System. Originally a creation of the military, GPS consists of a series of satellites in orbit able to pinpoint one’s position on the ground with high accuracy. GPS soon migrated to consumer devices such as in-car navigation. The price of GPS has plummeted recently, making it possible for your iPhone to tell you where you are and how to get to where you’re going.

Jailbreak: Jailbreaking an iPhone means altering its OS via hacking to allow the running of third-party applications that haven’t been approved by Apple. Examples of such apps would include a VOIP program that runs over the 3G network, game emulators, or programs that allow you to examine and change the internal workings of the phone, like OpenSSH. Jailbreaking is accomplished using various tools including ZiPhone and Pwnage Tool.

Infineon BGA736 (Tri-Band HSDPA LNA): The radio that allows the iPhone to access high-speed 3G networks....and drain your battery in half the time of the old iPhone.

Installer: A program on jailbroken iPhones that installs third-party programs. Installer also catalogues the latest third-party phones for jailbroken phones.

iPhone Dev Team: The creators of Pwnage Tool, a program that unlocks and jailbreaks first-gen iPhones, and jailbreaks, but does not unlock, the iPhone 3G.

iPhone Dev Team Elite: The original iPhone Dev Team split up and formed into two groups, but has since reunited with the jokingly termed “iPhone Dev Team Elite.” into one cohesive hacking partnership. This group is best known for the AnySIM unlocking program.

Multi-Touch: Interface system that allows users to interact with a device through touch, while recognizing more than one touch point at a time. When you ”pinch” or expand a webpage or picture on your iPhone, you’re using multi-touch.

Push: A feature announced for the iPhone that will allow mail and other data to be “pushed” onto the phone from external servers, similar to how mail works on a BlackBerry. MobileMe is another component of this push initiative, as is the ability to use the function with third-party apps. Apple doesn’t allow apps to work in the background, so “pushing” IM messages, for example, to the phone works around that issue.

Quad Band GSM: The ability to access multiple frequency bands on your phone, which enables roaming capability in more countries with varying GSM networks. The iPhone is a quad-band device, meaning it can be used practically anywhere in the world where a GSM network is available.

Restore/Recovery mode: If you iPhone won't communicate with iTunes and has gone completely insane, Restore mode could be your savior. Restore mode loads the bare minimum iPhone OS, perfect for a reinstall of the firmware. To place your iPhone in Restore mode:

1. Turn off the iPhone.

2. Hold the Home button as you connect the iPhone to your computer.

3. Continue holding the Home button until you see the iTunes/Dock Cable logo instructing you to connect your iPhone to iTunes.

SDK: Software Development Kit. The set of tools supplied by Apple that allow developers to access the inner workings of the iPhone and create third-party applications.

SIM Card: The identification card for the iPhone. Without a SIM, the iPhone cannot access the cellular network. Locked iPhones are programmed to only recognize SIM cards from a designated carrier, but an unlocked iPhone will allow any SIM card that works on a GSM network to be used as that phone’s “hall pass” to access the network.

SpringBoard: The SpringBoard is the application within the iPhone that manages changes on the iPhone’s home screen. For instance, when you press down on icons to make them “jiggly” and move them around, that’s the SpringBoard in action. The SpringBoard also allows users to make Web Clips for their favorite sites and Web applications, which appear on the iPhone home screen as a button.

Summerboard: Summerboard is a third-party application for jailbroken iPhones which allows users to load modified themes onto the device. Given Apple’s strict adherence to their own user interface guidelines, it’s unlikely this feature will ever appear on unmodified iPhones.

Unlock: Unlocking your phone refers to changing its internal software so it can be used with with any GSM carrier. Once a phone is unlocked, it can be used anywhere in the world by popping a local SIM into the phone. Unlocking your phone will void the warranty, so proceed at your own risk.

Visual Voicemail: An interface for your voicemail that allows you to pick and choose which mail to listen to, similar to how you answer your email, instead of having to listen to your voicemail in sequence, as most voicemail systems require.

Web App: A program that runs remotely on a website. Before announcing third-party apps on the iPhone, Steve Jobs stated that Web apps would be the way iPhone users could extend the functionality of the device. Though there are many excellent Web apps available (like the Amazon interface for the iPhone), using a Web app depends on being connected to the internet and so has limited functionality.

Web Clip: An icon on the iPhone home screen that takes the user to a designated webpage. When bookmarking a site in Mobile Safari, users have the option of creating a Web Clip.

Zibri: Creator of ZiPhone, a potent unlocking tool for first-gen iPhones. Zibri is hard at work on a 3G unlock, though a peek at his blog indicates continued drama between himself and the iPhone Dev Team.

ZiPhone: Another unlocking solution for the iPhone. The developer, Zibri, is currently working on unlocking the iPhone 3G.

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JailBreak idevice


Meet Comex (Nicholas Allegra), The 19-Year-Old iPhone Uber-Hacker Who Keeps Outsmarting Apple

Fobes Profiles Comex

iPhone/iPad/iPod Jailbreak is the process of hacking an iPhone to free it from Apple restrictions. its 100% legal

Amazing Jailbroken iPhone Apps

Apple’s legit App Store has many cool offerings, but jailbroken iDevices have a wide variety of creative and quirky apps. Access to Cydia (the “jailbroken” Appstore) is a huge motivation for jailbreaking your iPhone.

Articles on Jailbreak:



Wonderfull and updated Guide with images here:



BEFORE you Jail break any device just save SHSH blobs as its used to get back to previous OS version if needed. here is the guide it can be used for all devices

Use this to save SHSH



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Add Source

NOW you have Jailbroken free iPhone its time to for unbeatable action & NO green ANIMAL can beat it.


First thing you should do is to knowmore about Cydia - u can find out here

NOw Cydia has options to many many library of software and mods that no other OS has. its knows as Source, u need to install it go get access to its application.

PS: always install source with proper creditability

here is how you add / remove source in cydia:



LIst of source: 2011 updated





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Thats very comprehensive and needful information. :signthankspin:

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Wondering what to do next


here we go - First thing we do after JB is go for Installous is the GateWay to HEAVEN - NO other os has SO many Prepid (free) software than iOS you can get all of them here. Android and Web OS apps are many but are paid and free are useless versions. so shift to iOS and enjoy it...

Installous: Installous is an installation package for jailbroken iPhones, iPads, iPods, and other Apple devices that allow users to install “illegal” applications.

MOre here.....

HOw to:





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Really helpful info Doctorsaab. All the more good and authentic because it comes from an actual / experienced iPhone user / lover. Thanks for the effort.

I will use it when iPhones get cheaper (iPhone 4 below 20K & iPhone 3GS below 13-14K). GirandoOjos.gif

Till that time, the other photos are quite inviting and working as a good therapy. Sorprendido.gif

"Dava nahi to dua hi sahi" ... Errrr... "Gadget nahi to Girl hi sahi".. winko.gif

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list of all the IPSW (roms) for i-phones / pads till 9-12-11

1.0.0: iPhone1,1_1.0_1A543a_Restore.ipsw

1.0.1: iPhone1,1_1.0.1_1C25_Restore.ipsw

1.0.2: iPhone1,1_1.0.2_1C28_Restore.ipsw

1.1.1: iPhone1,1_1.1.1_3A109a_Restore.ipsw

1.1.2: iPhone1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.ipsw

1.1.3: iPhone1,1_1.1.3_4A93_Restore.ipsw

1.1.4: iPhone1,1_1.1.4_4A102_Restore.ipsw

2.0.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw

2.0.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw

2.0.1 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw

2.0.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw

2.0.2 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.0.2_5C1_Restore.ipsw

2.0.2 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.0.2_5C1_Restore.ipsw

2.1.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.1_5F136_Restore.ipsw

2.1.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.1_5F136_Restore.ipsw

2.2.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw

2.2.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw

2.2.1 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.2.1_5H1_Restore.ipsw

2.2.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.2.1_5H11_Restore.ipsw

3.0.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw

3.0.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw

3.0.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw

3.0.1 (2G): iPhone1,1_3.0.1_7A400_Restore.ipsw

3.0.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_3.0.1_7A400_Restore.ipsw

3.0.1 (3GS): iPhone2,1_3.0.1_7A400_Restore.ipsw

3.1.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_3.1_7C144_Restore.ipsw

3.1.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_3.1_7C144_Restore.ipsw

3.1.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_3.1_7C144_Restore.ipsw

3.1.2 (2G): iPhone1,1_3.1.2_7D11_Restore.ipsw

3.1.2 (3G): iPhone1,2_3.1.2_7D11_Restore.ipsw

3.1.2 (3GS): iPhone2,1_3.1.2_7D11_Restore.ipsw

3.1.3 (2G): iPhone1,1_3.1.3_7E18_Restore.ipsw

3.1.3 (3G): iPhone1,2_3.1.3_7E18_Restore.ipsw

3.1.3 (3GS): iPhone2,1_3.1.3_7E18_Restore.ipsw

4.0.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_4.0_8A293_Restore.ipsw

4.0.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.0_8A293_Restore.ipsw

4.0.0 (4): iPhone3,1_4.0_8A293_Restore.ipsw

4.0.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_4.0.1_8A306_Restore.ipsw

4.0.1 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.0.1_8A306_Restore.ipsw

4.0.1 (4): iPhone3,1_4.0.1_8A306_Restore.ipsw

4.0.2 (3G): iPhone1,2_4.0.2_8A400_Restore.ipsw

4.0.2 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.0.2_8A400_Restore.ipsw

4.0.2 (4): iPhone3,1_4.0.2_8A400_Restore.ipsw

4.1.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_4.1_8B117_Restore.ipsw

4.1.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.1_8B117_Restore.ipsw

4.1.0 (4): iPhone3,1_4.1_8B117_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.2.1_8C148a_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1 (4): iPhone3,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

4.2.6 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_4.2.10_8E600_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.3_8F190_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3_8F190_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.2.7 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_4.2.7_8E303_Restore.ipsw

4.2.8 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_4.2.8_8E401_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.2.9 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_4.2.9_8E501_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.2.10 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_4.2.10_8E600_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (3GS): iPhone2,1_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (4S): iPhone4,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (3GS): iPhone2,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (4S): iPhone4,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw


5.1.0 (3GS): iPhone2,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (4S): iPhone4,1_5.1_9B179_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (3GS): iPhone2,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (4 GSM Build 9B208): iPhone3,1_5.1.1_9B208_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (4 CDMA): iPhone3,3_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (4S): iPhone4,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw


3.2.0: iPad1,1_3.2_7B367_Restore.ipsw

3.2.1: iPad1,1_3.2.1_7B405_Restore.ipsw

3.2.2: iPad1,1_3.2.2_7B500_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1: iPad1,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3_8F190_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_4.3_8F191_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_4.3_8F191_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_4.3_8F191_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_4.3.2_8H8_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3.3_8J3_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): Pad2,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw


5.1.0 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 2 Unknown): iPad2,4_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw


1.1: iPod1,1_1.1_3A101a_Restore.ipsw

1.1.1: iPod1,1_1.1.1_3A110a_Restore.ipsw

1.1.2: iPod1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.ipsw

1.1.3: iPod1,1_1.1.3_4A93_Restore.ipsw

1.1.4: iPod1,1_1.1.4_4A102_Restore.ipsw

1.1.5: iPod1,1_1.1.5_4B1_Restore.ipsw

2.0.0: iPod1,1_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw (Must purchase through iTunes)

2.0.1: iPod1,1_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw

2.2.0 (1G): iPod1,1_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw

2.2.0 (2G): iPod2,1_2.2_5G77a_Restore.ipsw

2.2.1 (2G): iPod2,1_2.2.1_5H11a_Restore.ipsw

3.1.2 (3G): iPod3,1_3.1.2_7D11_Restore.ipsw

3.1.3 (3G): iPod3,1_3.1.3_7E18_Restore.ipsw

4.0.0 (2G): iPod2,1_4.0_8A293_Restore.ipsw

4.0.0 (3G): iPod3,1_4.0_8A293_Restore.ipsw

4.0.2 (2G): iPod2,1_4.0.2_8A400_Restore.ipsw

4.0.2 (3G): iPod3,1_4.0.2_8A400_Restore.ipsw

4.1.0 (2G): iPod2,1_4.1_8B117_Restore.ipsw

4.1.0 (3G): iPod3,1_4.1_8B117_Restore.ipsw

4.1.0 (4G): iPod4,1_4.1_8B117_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1 (2G): iPod2,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1 (3G): iPod3,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

4.2.1 (4G): iPod4,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (3G): iPod3,1_4.3_8F190_Restore.ipsw

4.3.0 (4G): iPod4,1_4.3_8F190_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (3G): iPod3,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.1 (4G): iPod4,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (3G): iPod3,1_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.3.2 (4G): iPod4,1_4.3.2_8H7_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (3G): iPod3,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.3 (4G): iPod4,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (3G): iPod3,1_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.4 (4G): iPod4,1_4.3.4_8K2_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (3G): iPod3,1_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

4.3.5 (4G): iPod4,1_4.3.5_8L1_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (3G): iPod3,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0 (4G): iPod4,1_5.0_9A334_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (3G): iPod3,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw

5.0.1 (4G): iPod4,1_5.0.1_9A405_Restore.ipsw


5.1.0 (3G): iPod3,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.0 (4G): iPod4,1_5.1_9B176_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (3G): iPod3,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

5.1.1 (4G): iPod4,1_5.1.1_9B206_Restore.ipsw

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Vinay ji thanks for the information, what about ipad it is not on the list.

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^^ ya forgot to put

have updated it

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Great info..

Can gsm Iphone use normal data plans or there are separate Iphone data plans? If separate then any hack to use normal plans like 98 for 2GB?

Best would be when we can run evdo on cdma Iphone..

Hetalbahi / mufi bhai / other gurus are you listening?

Sent from my Nexus S 4G using Tapatalk

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yes u can use gprs plans on iphone

my phone is auto configured

लेकिन हमारे iphone4s पर अभी तक जैल्ब्रेअक ही नहीं आया

और Ipad2 लिए सालो हो गए लेकिन जैल्ब्रेअक का नमो निशान नहीं

पर अन्द्रोइड पे पैड अप्प इन्स्टाल करने के लिए jailbreak या rooting की जरुरत नहीं है

यहाँ मुझे लगता है अन्द्रोइड इफोने से बेहतर है

सबसे अच्छा मेरे कामकी चीज़ है ईमेल

जो अन्दोरिड पे बिलकुल अच्छा नहीं है.

virtual keyboard सबसे बेहतर है इफोने पर

और ios5 पर notification और भी बेहतर हो गए है एंड application quality ios पे बेहतर है और भरपूर है

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Finally jumped to iphone bandwagom.

Replaced my epic 4g touch with iphone 4 with rcdma evdo. Trying to get used to it...

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Jailbreak your A5 device with new Corona jailbreak for OS 5.1.1

Just mentioning Steps in which i did:

Download Restore files from above post:

Download Tiny umbrella (firmware umbrella) : from above or here http://thefirmwareum...a.blogspot.com/

in Cydia install Appinfo from big boss repo - take all backup list of installed apps and repos and sms - mail the list to your self so that its safe - you will need it later

connect your device to iTunes - take a backup

connect to tiny umbrella - save SHSH

press shift in windows and option in mac and then click restore in iTunes - it will ask for restore you downloaded give it

it will restore it and phone is now 5.1.1

connect to tiny umbrella - save SHSH

restore your device backup from iTunes

download greenpoision 2 latest one from www.greenpoison.com

extract launch GP as a admin

connect device - press jailbreak

it will be done wait a while - after done - launch cydia

install installous as mentioned in this and in this

new repo for 2012 are below use them











10. http://iphoneame.com/repo

add them all - your wish

open the mail sent to yourself using Appinfo - it has all apps and repos and cydia app list - instal them so you have your device just it was before

install all installous app



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^^^^ thanks for the info.

Was reluctant to upgrade to 5.1.1 on my sprint iphone 4. Presently on ios 5.1 calls and sms works perfectly, what is your experience of ios 5.1.1

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^^ i have a GSM 511 - you can save SHSH and upgrade to 511 if not then you can always download

i have no idea of SMS working in it Parin will be able to tell better

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Now I am at 5.01, with 4.11.08 and 1.0.14 respective on 4 and 4s. What is the steps i have to take while upgrading to 5.11 to preserve Baseband

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^^ you need custom OS to preserve so stay out of this, you will soon have it in net in few days then you install

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^^plz help.

I m new to iOS world,can't understand a thing but want to upgrade it my 3Gs having iOS 4.0 to upgrade it to higher iOS. It is an unlocked and in jailbroken mode.Cydia 1.1.6 and Installous 5 also loaded :)

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