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Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Posted June 26, 2010 at 1:35am by iClarified
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Son las Instrucciones para determinar la versión Boot-Rom de tu IPhone usando Windows

Paso Uno
Conectar tu IPhone a la computadora y cambiarlo a modo DAM (Dispositivo de Almacenamiento Masivo). Sino conoces como hacerlo, puedes encontrar instrucciones AQUI.

Paso Dos
Presionar la opción de Panel de Control desde el Menú Inicio de Windows.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)


Paso Tres
Presionar la opción de Hardware y Sonido en la ventana del Panel de Control.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Paso Cuatro
Presionar la opción de Administrador de Dispositivos en la ventana de Hardware y Sonido.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Paso Cinco
Doble clic para expandir la categoría Controladoras de Bus Serie Universal.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Paso Seis
Clic derecho sobre la línea Apple Mobile Device USB Driver y luego clic en el botón de Propiedades.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Paso Siete
Clic en la pestaña de Detalles.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Paso Ocho
Selecciona la opción Ruta de Acceso a la Instancia del Dispositivo del menú desplegable Propiedad.
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)

Paso Nueve
En el recuadro inferior moviliza la barra hacia la derecha y observa el Boot-Rom.
Debe aparecer algo como [iBoot-359.3]
Como Revisar la Versión Boot-Rom de Tu IPhone (Windows)


***Si tienes un IPhone 3GS, iBoot-359.3 es considerado un viejo bootrom. Si tienes un iBoot-359.3.2 es considerado un nuevo bootrom.
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briane
briane - July 4, 2010 at 12:22pm
I have followed the instructions, got into dfu quite easily and followed through system/hardware/device manager/apple mobile usb driver and details. There was no option in widows (XP) for "device instance path" in the drop dowm menu. Can anybody suggest why not
briane
briane - June 28, 2010 at 4:41pm
Here's a stupid question. Assume I have got into dfu mode and have got my bootrom, how do I get out of dfu mode do I just disconnect the phone from the pc and restart it.
Elandre Fourie
Elandre Fourie - July 24, 2010 at 7:27am
Take the cable out and open up ituens connect the device and if your using windows hold down shift and click on restore load the current firmware file you have and just wait...
Mura1250
Mura1250 - June 27, 2010 at 12:25am
hi to all i try many time by using this method but when i chose drive instant path , i did not see the iboot word so.. what can i do?
Ronald
Ronald - June 26, 2010 at 10:23pm
btw, steps 2-4 can be compressed by just right-clicking my computer and selecting manage. saves the clutter of opened window. (:
Ronald
Ronald - June 26, 2010 at 10:24pm
oh, i forgot, you'll have to select device manger after clicking on manage. d:
islandman47
islandman47 - June 26, 2010 at 5:34am
Those adverts of inventnow.org are so irritating!!! They keep showing in the middle of text.
Todd
Todd - June 26, 2010 at 9:43am
If you are on IE8, press the compatibility view mode button that is right next to the address bar
iClarified
iClarified - June 26, 2010 at 11:39am
If you can tell me the ad network I will have it removed immediately.
briane
briane - June 28, 2010 at 4:21pm
Thank you for that info about the compatability, those ads have been pissing me off sooo badly for a while now !!
Dtube
Dtube - June 26, 2010 at 3:49am
On windows, you can download System INformation Viewer (SIV) and look at USB descriptors. It's a cool tool and help make the job easier. Run it after phone in DFU
KD
KD - June 27, 2010 at 1:33am
Great tip. That program rocks! Thanks
Amila Fonseka
Amila Fonseka - June 26, 2010 at 1:47am
BTW guys 1 more important info is missing here, coz when doing this the Phone must be connected in DFU mode to get this information, otherwise it wont show the following information..... Please add that to the post also, then it will be complete
bill
bill - June 26, 2010 at 2:41am
very true I agree with above guy. I just try and it didnt show up untill i did dfu but one more info is missing how to fix your phone and get jailbroken if you already have IOS4 on phone Iphone 3gs which has old bootroom cause i have no way of jailbreaking keep getting 1600 error try everysolution Can someone can help me
wezz69
wezz69 - June 26, 2010 at 12:34pm
step says put it into dfu mode. i mean the 1st step, so if reading isnt your strong point, maybe the internet shouldnt be your passtime, and specially not messing around with your iphone. "Step One Connect your iPhone to the computer and put it into DFU mode. If you don't know how to do this you can find instructions here."
Eiso
Eiso - June 26, 2010 at 10:09pm
USB\VID_05AC&PID_1281\CPID:8920_CPRV:14_CPFM:03_SCEP:03_BDID:00_ECID:XXXXXXXXXXXXX_IBFL:01_SRNM:[XXXXXXXXXX]_IMEI:[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] All I see its this...there is no iboot *anything*
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