iPhone 3GS Android iphone 3gs old bootrom

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  1. dude245

    dude245 Member

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    Now i know that development hasnt even started yet on the 3gs, and i know that newer phones, with newer bootroms cannot do this (yet). but since the bootrom exploit (24kpwn) still exists, Android could be ported after new drivers are written right?

    Not looking for anyting fast, love the work though, congrats
    Just can/will it be done?
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    i think it needs an exploit even lower than 24kpwn
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    LMFAO
    No it doesn't 24kpwn is as low as it gets bootrom exploit aka hardware vulnerability

    It mostly needs openiboot to be ported over a lot of reverse engineering and work on the source code and drivers
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    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    My bad, wasnt sure if it was a LLB or iBoot exploit. If it was iBoot i dont think it would work because the LLB would not run it.

    VROM->LLB->iBoot->Kernel->System Software

    On iPhone linux

    VROM->OpeniBoot->Linux Kernel->X Server->Window Manager

    Also.. 24kpwn is not the lowest it gets... before you start "LMFAO"ing.

    The 24kpwn exploit resides within the LLB.

    If you look there.. there is a little thing called VROM. Which pwnagetool used. Although there is no CURRENT exploit found there yet it still exists as part of the booting process. Therefore 24kpwn is NOT as low as it gets. Although I doubt half the kids on this forum even know what pwnage was. (Without googling it)
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    wouldnt it be vrom>llb>openiboot?
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    makes more sense like that, iphonewiki says otherwise though

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    @ Ryan
    All the devs said that 24kpwn exploit was bootrom level which is as low as it gets...

    I think you are confusing things
    Bootrom does signatures checks on the LLB, and what allowed the dev team to bypass those security checks was the hole on the bootrom later developed in to a exploit. 2kpwn does NOT reside on LLB
    More proof from the wiki
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    Yes it is a "lowest as it gets..."
    Sir i think you need to check your facts
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