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Ridiculously easy iPhone 1.1.3 jailbreak/unlock


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9 to 5 Mac posted this a few days ago, I'm surprised no-one is talking about it!

 

"This is even easier than jailbreakme.com on 1.02 - 1.1.1. Basically follow these instructions:

If you don't have a 1.1.3 iPhone, upgrade to 1.1.3 using iTunes. If you do, skip to step 2

 

Download and unzip the new iJailbreak: http://code.google.com/p/ijailbreak/

 

Quit iTunes and run iJailbreak with your iPhone plugged in (in normal, not recovery mode)

 

Choose Jailbreak, then choose to either jailbreak it alone or also unlock for other sim cards.

 

Wait 2 minutes - grab a coffee, use the bathroom etc. Done!

 

If there are any issues, re-restore to 1.1.3 using iTunes. This has happened 1 out of 10 times we've tried, the others were successful. It's so easy, a thirteen year old can do it - actually - two thirteen year olds built the application!

 

Edit: for all of the people who say they have a 1.x.x iPhone that is jailbroke/not jailbroke with xxx firmware and XXX Baseband...IT WORKS FOR EVERY IPHONE EVER MADE! Yours isn't special unless you've done hardware mods - which is like 4 people. If you are on Tiger however, wait a few hours/days until the Tiger version of this application comes out."

 

http://www.9to5mac.com/ijailbreak-easy-tut...ne-ipod-3425467

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The ZiPhone application mentioned above is actually your best bet at the moment (for jailbreaking and unlocking 1.1.3).

 

It's more stable than that stupid Dev Team jailbreak, since it uses the baseband that was designed for 1.1.3. Version 04.03.13_G.

 

And it takes about 4 minutes, and the iPhone is in verbose mode throughout the whole process. :D

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Boy you're right when you say ridiculously easy to jailbreak the iPhone 1.1.3. I have a 16gb iPhone that I needed to re-jailbreak because I screwed something up and had to restore. What I did was DFU restore to 1.1.3 manually (Option Click-Restore), activate, and then follow the program on your link. In under 1 minute this iPhone OTB iPhone was jailbroken. That simple :D Excellent post man. Thanks.

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