Winpwn 2.5 Coming This Week [Screenshots]

Winpwn 2.5 Coming This Week [Screenshots]

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CMW has just updated his website with more screen shots and updates for winpwn 2.5. It will include:

- QuickPwn support (2.0/2.0.1/2.0.2)
- DFU helper
- Automatic updater (yay no more downloading new installers)
- Plus much more....

Expect a release later this week.

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Winpwn 2.5 Coming This Week [Screenshots]Winpwn 2.5 Coming This Week [Screenshots]

Maverick - August 28, 2008 at 12:03am
Just a comment about a bug that may or may not have anything to do with Wipwn or Cydia: : I \"opened\" my 2.0 3G iphone using Winpwn and everything went well. However, when I started Cydia application and had to install several \"critical\" updates, mu iPhone crashed. I had to reboot it using soft reboot and afterwards everything went wel, it seemed. Then, three days later I could not use the phone application: I could not dial and the GUI for the phone was not complete (the \"call\" on the green rectangle was not available). Since then 2.0.1 came so, I re-installed everything again using WinPwn. Cydia crashed again, as before, but after soft re-boot went fine. Two days later the same bug: I could not use the phone. I re-installed the entire software using Mac this time. After that, Cydia application did not crash (it was the same beta 4 version of Cydia) and my phone works like a champ for more than two weeks now. Does anyone has the same experience?
Rolf - August 27, 2008 at 4:56am
hello waiting for winpwn 2.5, are there any news? it was suposed to come out last week how ever u guys are doing a great jop and i wait for it. i also want make then a big donation when it will work. thanks a lot
DistortedLoop - August 22, 2008 at 9:21pm
@David Ab - Are you Mac or PC. Aren\'t your contacts, photos and music in iTunes, Outlook/Mac Address Book, already? Generally you never lose those things because they just sync back. iTunes should be backing up your phone automatically, but in itunes, just click on the phone\'s icon and force a full backup, then you can restore settings and stuff from the backup. Google for more instructins, but I\'ve never lost any data permanently by doing firmware upgrades, restores, etc. I was even able to bring al my iPhone old version data to my new 3G by just restoring from iTunes.
Bryon Brock - August 22, 2008 at 5:16am
There are some more screenshots over here:
David Ab. - August 21, 2008 at 1:50pm
lose instead of lost..... kkkkk
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