iPhone 3G owners who want to run firmware hacks should not upgrade to Apple's v2.0.1 release, the unofficial iPhone Dev Team cautions.
The creators of the PwnageTool note that while the update is officially meant to fix major problems , it also makes baseband update ,you should only carry out this update if you always plan to use the 3G phone with the original carrier, but be warned that there is a baseband update that occurs during this update that could impact the ability to unlock the device. At the least, the update undoes any jailbreaking performed with PwnageTool.
2G iPhones owner are safe, 2G is completely pwned at every conceivable level and you’ll always be OK. ensuring that later versions of PwnageTool should be able to bypass Apple code. The Dev Team reminds people however that despite the current version number of PwnageTool, it is not yet compatible with any v2.0.1 iPhones or iPods.
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Posted by Baktou at 11:12 PM