PwnageTool 4.1.3 Unlock Edition Available for Download

By on November 29th, 2010 10:09 GMT

A special edition PwnageTool is available for download from the infamous iPhone Dev Team which promises a safe baseband unlock to old-generation iPhone users. Unfortunately, iPhone 4 is currently unsupported, yet both Mac and Windows users can employ the latest Dev Team tools to jailbreak and unlock an iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS under iOS 4.2.1.

In providing the usual updates for the jailbreak community, the iPhone Dev Team notes:

1. First up is “PwnageTool 4.1.3 Unlock Edition”. It has a special dialog box which will ask you if you want to update to the iPad baseband. You must already have the iPad 3.2.2 IPSW on your computer (see the above link)….so just point PwnageTool at it (or let it find it on its own if you’re in “simple” mode).

2. Directly after PwnageTool 4.1.3 is available, the official ultrasn0w repo http://repo666.ultrasn0w.com will be updated with ultrasn0w 1.2, which covers iPhone 4 baseband 01.59.00 and iPhone 3G/3GS basebands 04.26.08, 05.11.07, 05.12.01, 05.13.04 and now 06.15.00.

3. Finally, we’ll release an update to redsn0w today for those without Macs and can’t run PwnageTool.  The new redsn0w will give you the option to update your baseband to 06.15 too.


The Team’s blog includes tons of information regarding the latest hacks, as well as download links to the newly updated tools.

Softpedia will return with more details on the Team's latest achievements.

For now, those who plan on employing the latest downloads from iphone-dev.org are advised to carefully read all the warnings posted by the Dev Team.

This article has a purely informational purpose and doesn't, in any way, suggest that you should hack your Apple device.

Using hacks may render your device unusable, or may reduce the quality of your experience employing the respective device.

If you choose to download and install jailbreak tools, you will do so at your own risk. Unlocking / jailbreaking your iPhone / iPod touch / iPad / Apple TV may violate your warranty or the EULA with Apple and / or your cellular-service provider.

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