1. flav's Avatar
    Does anybody have or know of a solution yet for those new iPhones (post 40th week) that are having a really hard time when jailbreaking?
    I have one and I'm keeping it on 3.1.2 original. But it sucks and I don't want one of those tethered jailbreaks that suck even more. If anyone knows about anything it'd be great!
    Thanks!
    03-01-2010 02:24 AM
  2. PinkBanana's Avatar
    As far as im aware the dev's and geohot are working on a jb for 3.1.3 but not sure if it will be teathered or not!
    03-01-2010 04:23 AM
  3. drunken0monkey#IM's Avatar
    Does anybody have or know of a solution yet for those new iPhones (post 40th week) that are having a really hard time when jailbreaking?
    I have one and I'm keeping it on 3.1.2 original. But it sucks and I don't want one of those tethered jailbreaks that suck even more. If anyone knows about anything it'd be great!
    Thanks!
    At the moment only a tethered jailbreak is available for newer bootrom 3GS models. Redsn0w is the best tool to use in my opinion. If you check the dev team blog you'll see that they will most likely not be releasing any other jailbreaks for 3.1.2 or 3.1.3. The reasoning being that they don't want to waste bugs in the OS on a minor maintenance release and instead are saving the next jailbreak method for the next major OS update (if that).

    For what it's worth, my experience with a tethered jailbreak has not been bad at all. I installed all the things that required a reboot at the begining and now I have no further need to restart my phone. If this is not your situation and you have the need to frequently or regularly restart/shutdown the phone than a tethered jailbreak may not be for you. In this case you'll likely have to wait for the next big Apple OS update.

    Martin
    03-01-2010 09:24 AM
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