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Apple bloque le jailbreak sur les nouveaux 3GS !

Apple bloque le jailbreak sur les nouveaux 3GS !

Posted October 13, 2009 at 6:37pm by iClarified
Apple livre maintenant des iPhone 3GS avec un nouveau Bootrom qui n'est pas vulnérable à l'exploit 24kpwn.

L'iBoot-359.3.2 qui a commencé à être livré la semaine dernière. Un screenshot posté par Mathieulh montre le nouveau numéro de version.

MuscleNerd de iPhone Dev-Team a confirmé que la perte de l'exploit 24kpwn signifie qu'un jailbreak normal est impossible pour le moment.

oh oh, from what @cpich3g + @Mathieulh have found so far, a normal untethered JB may be in jeopardy in brand new 3GS units

Pour le moment, nous suggérons de trouver des anciens stock d'iPhone 3GS. Heureusement, la dev team va trouver un nouvel exploit pour le nouveau bootrom.

Apple bloque le jailbreak sur les nouveaux 3GS !
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Abdellatif - May 5, 2013 at 8:09am
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Brad - December 8, 2009 at 9:53pm
When is it going to happen? I've been sitting on the new 3gs for far too long.
Brad - October 26, 2009 at 10:52am
Anyone know if they are going to be able to solve this one and if so when? I have tmobile and just bought the 3gs and ofcourse it has the new block. Thanks for any help.
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lidia NOEMI - October 15, 2009 at 10:08am
lucasbrizzo - October 14, 2009 at 5:47pm
Today I got a refurb iPhone 3GS from the Apple Store that shipped from CA. It came with FW 3.1 > restored to 3.1.2 and used blackra1n to jailbreak with success. (Im assuming) All recently refurbished iPhone 3GS's SHOULD NOT have the new 359.3.2 iBoot. I can confirm my refurb did not as I'm now jailbroken again. Hope this is useful information.
euphonius - October 16, 2009 at 12:16am
where do you find refurbed iphones? can you buy them without buying an att plan? i'm writing from china, so i'm a bit confused about how the market works in the US. thanks
Michael - October 19, 2009 at 2:35pm
hey, lucasbrizzo... Do you have the link or the location where you purchased your refurbished "iPhone 3Gs". I can't find it anyone, all i can find are refurbished iPhones 3G. thanks for the help.
DistortedLoop - October 14, 2009 at 9:18am
Umm, you have nothing to worry about UNTIL your current iPhone is lost, stolen, dropped and broken, or just somehow dies on its own (as some do). Whether you're replaced on warranty or your own money, in a short while the replacement phone will be unjailbreakable, and for many of those, that means fantastic functionality* we've come to enjoy will be lost forever (possibly). re: fantastic functionality - there are some jailbreak apps that make the iPhone so much sweeter - SBSettings alone is reason enough for me to jailbreak. Throw in iBlacklist, GV Mobile and PDANet and I'll never not jailbreak again.
Edge - October 14, 2009 at 12:54am
Why do trolls feel the need to troll and be negative????
anonmuz - October 14, 2009 at 1:22am
Everything that everyone jailbreaks their iPhone for Android phones can/could just about do if it had the amount of devs that Apple has for the iPhone. Anybody that knows code can dev for the Android OS, you can do what you please on the Android OS. No one had to wait for features to be added on the Android OS but us iPhone users had to wait years for simple features to be added and when we pay full price for our phones we still don't have the option to do as we please with them. Apple talks all this shit about MS and Windows and they pull the same stunts with the iPhone OS. So like my previous post said, I'm not worried but to say Apple doesn't owe it's iPhone customers anything is kinda false. T
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Shirwan Khan - October 14, 2009 at 4:20am
Steady on chap!! But have to say I agree with you.
ping33tx - October 14, 2009 at 4:49am
it's not about getting stuff free. its about Apple being greedy and selfish.Some people are poor and cant afford the high rates that apple charges att,You dont think att is not going to get their money back on what they are paying apple. you must live in a box
anonmuz - October 14, 2009 at 5:20am
When you think about it, the iPhone (parts and all) only cost about $200 bucks for Apple to make. Apple doesn't even need to advertise it to get sales, so Apple really is making about a 500% profit on it's customers.
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Cris Mina - October 15, 2009 at 7:54pm
I agree with you. Apple is doing what all other software developer's doing to protect their products. While Microsoft is their close competitor, Hackers are their worse enemies. If they did benefit already from the work of hackers, it is too much of an abuse to still say bad things against Apple. This is my opinion.
gustavo Leon Madrigal
gustavo Leon Madrigal - October 13, 2009 at 10:02pm
well I am concern, because I am still have an ipod (actually an Iphone) but still lock...sooo I am still waiting, and all the teams (dev, chronic, Geo, and IH8) aren't working with the lock just on the JB, so, no one is working on the Unlock.
Edge777 - October 13, 2009 at 11:54pm
No sé si hablas español, pero cual iPhone tienes y cuando lo compraste. Si es un 3G tal vez puedas lo "unlock." Baja una programa de Cydia que se llama "Fuzzyband" y si el 3G es uno de los primeros, esta program funcionará para "downgrade" el "baseband." Despues, puedes bajar "ultrasn0w" para el "unlock." Suerte!
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gustavo Leon Madrigal - October 14, 2009 at 5:52pm
mil gracias, pero desgraciadamente tengo el 3.1, con el 5.11 así fue comprado de fabrica, por lo que no puedo hacer el downgrade, tengo un Ipod de 32 GB, jajajajaja, y a la espera de que s pueda convertir en un iphone... algun dia. gracias
iphone user543
iphone user543 - October 13, 2009 at 9:37pm
if you are that worried then you shouldn't have jail-broken, its your own fault, not apples.
DNA - October 13, 2009 at 8:55pm
The Jailbreak is NOT Blocked!, The 24kpwn is blocked. This means its back to tethering if you want to Jailbreak.
Nathaniel - October 13, 2009 at 11:13pm
A tethered jailbreak on an iPhone is absolutely useless. If your phone dies for any reason it won't restart. For all intensive purposes this equates to no jailbreak for most people. Besides the article says a "normal jailbreak" is not possible.
DNA64 - October 19, 2009 at 7:25am
Yes, for all intensive purposes that does equate to no Jailbreak for "most people", however its not hard to use a Palm or even create a device that can boot the iPhone back up. Regardless of what the article says, the Topic is still a little misleading. "Apple Blocks Jailbreak in New iPhone 3GS Units!" Furthermore, the 24kpwn lives. It just forgot to file a change of address with the dev-team lol
anonmuz - October 13, 2009 at 8:45pm
ehh... I'm not worried. There's always a work around and if they do or did succeed in stopping all jailbreaks, I have no prob with sticking with my 3G or getting an Android phone but I deffinitly would never consider another touchscreen Blackberry.
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terry mainor - October 13, 2009 at 7:28pm
If apple finds a way to stop jailbreaking and unlocking forever, i wont like the iphone as much. Im with T-Moble, and i wont ever be switching to AT&T. My next phone would be the BlackBerry.
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