Updating a jailbroken iphone Free cam2cam philippines
November 22th, 2011 Unfortunately, as most of you have experienced firsthand, unlocking a brand new i Phone is not an easy task.A few years back, when the i Phone just came out, software unlocking was much simpler and there was no need to ask the carrier to unlock the i Phone or use the GEVEY card with the dubious legal status.But it seems that the situation with the freshest Apple smartphone, the i Phone 4S, is different.An unknown hacker released a method that allegedly allows for unlocking Apple's latest device without any modifications in software or hardware.You might wonder, why i Phone Dev-Team decided to launch a new version, given that a tethered jailbreak has already been covered.If you have already jailbroken your i Phone, you don't need to bother with re-jailbreaking your i Phone.So if you are a developer and would like to jailbreak your newly updated i Phone with i OS 5.0.1, you will probably be glad to know that a jailbreak solution was released a day after the i OS 5.0.1 launch.The i Phone Dev-Team was the first to present Redsn0w 0.9.9b8 that works its magic on the new firmware version and jailbreaks your i OS device.
i Phone owners who rely on the Ultrasn0w unlock still should be cautious with upgrading to retain the unlockable baseband.
The new beta version does not have any new features but fixes performance bugs and is available to developers so far.
Supposedly, i OS 5.0.1 no longer has the battery drain problem, fixes the bug that caused the i Pad 2 Smart Cover security flaw and features additional security enhancements.
The hackers have developed a new version of Redsn0w that not only allows for jailbreaking i OS 5 and fixes a Location Services issue for the i Phone 3GS with baseband in the process.
The launch of Redsn0w 0.9.9 came a few days after the release of Redsn0w 0.9.9b5 for i Phone users with the Mac operating system and was the first solution for the new i OS.