How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 3GS Using RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.3]

How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 3GS Using RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.3]

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Rose - June 26, 2011 at 12:56pm
In step 2, iTunes is telling me that my iPhone "could not be restored because the firmware file is not compatible." My phone isn't activated, so I can't figure out how to even find out what firmware it has. I restored it two days ago through iTunes, which probably means I've got the most recent version, which could be bad news bears for me?
Jimmy - March 11, 2012 at 12:22pm
Apple and Palm are selling a artpfolm. They want all users of there devices to get updates to drive the artpfolm forward. I'm been saying this very same thing on several posts awhile back. Companies, namely HTC are only interested in selling phones. They rather you just buy a new phone if your old one has bugs. Google should FORCE device makers using android compulsory updates. The old G1 should get android 2.1. Microsoft with WM7 should control 100% of the software that goes on the phones, similar to the model that google is doing with the nexus one.
Rangga - March 13, 2012 at 4:53am
Not quite a year ago, I switched from HTC's iwodnw based phones. My last 3 phones have been imported into the US and I loved them. I did the usual hacking of the ROM's and made it the way I wanted it. I bad-mouthed iphones all day long.Then, I bought one on a whim. Now almost a year later, I have bought 5 different iphones for members of my family. Though I agree somewhat with the closed-minded business practices of Apple, it's tough to beat the ease and usefulness of the iphone. The apps and software design IMO is superior to any iwodnw's based phone for daily use.And now with the new 4.0 OS coming out, it will be the cat's meow I can't wait. And if that were not enough, the possibility that the new 4G may have a removable battery seals the deal. I've always complained about the iphone's battery usage, I thought it was ridiculous. By noon, my battery was dead and I was charging again. After having to replace my iphone 3Gs because I broke it, I received a new one with the 3.1.3 OS. Funny thing now, since I can't jailbreak it like my old one, my battery life goes from 6:30am to 7-8pm before I have to charge it. At first I thought it was the fact that the new phone comes with a new battery but I had recently replaced my battery in my old iphone.Apparently, jailbreaking uses more battery than I thought.An interesting sidenote, when my iphone broke and I had to wait till Monday to replace it, I fired up my trusty HTC and what a disappointment, it was so awkward and non-refined, I ended up using my iphone though I only had a speaker phone to work.Guess I do love my iphone.