Posts Tagged ‘ultrasn0w’

Ultrasn0w fixer has been updated for support on those running the marginally-tweaked iOS 6.0.1, released by Apple a few days ago. So those of you looking to maintain the carrier unlock you’ve treasured for so long can now do so on the very latest firmware.

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The much anticipated update to The iPhone Dev Team’s Redsn0w jailbreak utility brought a ton of features. The updates attached to the revision are probably a lot more notable than most of us would have imagined with one of the new features allowing iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS users to block the baseband update that would generally come attached to updating the firmware on the device. This is great news for owners of one of those two devices who want to experience all that a new version of iOS has to offer without losing a software based unlock on their current baseband.

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There are plenty of dev-teams and individual enthusiasts spending the majority of their time looking for new loopholes and gaps missed by Apple’s security team, and as well as often highlighting potential threats to users, the work is also done for the purpose of jailbreaking and unlocking.

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With the jailbreak community once again reveling in delight after the release of the latest jailbreak that provides an untethered experience across the board on iOS 5.1.1, the expectant update and release of the iPhone Dev Team’s software-based Ultrasn0w unlock has finally come to fruition. For a lot of users, being jailbroken is only half the battle, with the ultimate goal being able to unlock their iPhone for use on all networks.

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We currently find ourselves at that time of the year which brings both delight and pain to members of the Apple product loving world. On one hand, the Cupertino company has just released the brand new and improved iPad which will be hitting the shelves in less than a week. They have also released a point upgrade to iOS 5, taking us to version 5.1 as well as a revamped Apple TV unit. On the other hand, those amongst us who love to jailbreak their devices, and perform a software based carrier unlocks on their iPhone find themselves in turmoil.

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Blog posts have been flying around the internet for the last few days since the release of Redsn0w 0.9.9b9 which included a footnote advising users the newest iteration of the Ultrasn0w unlock (version 1.2.5) would be released this coming Monday via the official repository in Cydia.

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The baseband bootrom for the iPhone 4S has been dumped by the iPhone Dev-Team, Redmond Pie has learned. Check out the details after the jump!

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Today has been a crazy sort of day when it comes to news from the jailbreaking community. First we saw Chronic Dev-Team (CDT) – the folks behind GreenPois0n jailbreaking tool for iOS 4.2.1 – releasing a new tool called C-Dev Crash Reporter which allows jailbreaking enthusiasts to send crash report data to CDT (instead of Apple) so they could find exploits, then we saw an all-new jailbreaking tool for iOS 5 / 5.0.1 called Ac1dSn0w released, and now we have received news regarding iPhone 4S unlock. Details after the jump!

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Folks who rely on carrier unlocks using Ultrasn0w will be happy to know that its developers have just released an updated version of it which supports the final release of iOS 5.

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According to sources at Apple Stores, employees are now able to unlock standard AT&T iPhone 4’s at checkout, in case inventory for unlocked phones run low. Yes, that’s right, Apple owns its own internal unlocking solution for the locked iPhones.

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Ultrasn0w 1.2.3 has been released today to make the unlock compatible with iOS 4.3.3 on iPhone 4 and 3GS, running on the old baseband.

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The iPhone Dev Team today has released an updated version of Ultrasn0w unlock to make it compatible with iOS 4.3.2 on iPhone 4 and 3GS, running on the old baseband.

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