iOS 3.1 Downgrader = 3.1.1 otb JB?

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  1. snarr

    snarr New Member

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    Possible 3.1.1 to 3.0 downgrader for ipt2 with 3.1.1 otb. It is being made by iH8sn0w, the creator of sn0wbreeze. I am not sure, but I hope this also supports downgrading ipt3 3.1.1 to 3.0. If it does this, forget geohot, you can jailbreak with redsn0w when at 3.0. Then, once jailbroken at 3.0, use Pwnage to create a custom ipsw for the 3.1.1 jailbreak. 3.1.1 otb devices = jailbroken soon. Not sure about platform yet, hopefully both Windows and Mac. I am very happy about this because I do own a 3.1.1 otb ipt2, and I am developing a theme.

    You can find iH8sn0w with twitter, conveniently, http://twitter.com/iH8sn0w/

    Have fun waiting, that's what I have been doing since September 15, the day I got my ipt.
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    DFU to 3.0 should work
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    snarr New Member

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    Not if your iDevice came with 3.1.1 preinstalled. Believe me, I have tried several times, with restore mode AND DFU mode. I have had no such luck yet.
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    If you bought the new 8 GB iPod touch, then you can't downgrade.
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    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    If the new iPod touch 3Gs have been hardwired NOT to accept any firmware below the OTB 3.1.1 how can you downgrade it... these claims are just comical and these guys will end up with egg on their chins for making such crazy claims... There is no firmware below 3.1.1 for these devices so what's he going to do, load up the firmware for another device?
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    We need a sticky that tells everybody, "The new 8 GB iPod touch can't be downgraded to a firmware below 3.1.1"

    That might help stop the confusion.

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    Excuse me but my new gb ipod touch came with 3.1 installed and not 3.1.1
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    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Some indeed did leave the factory with 3.1 on them, however you can't download this firmware as it was immediately superseded with the 3.1.1 release... probably a bug fix but I'd be very interested to know the difference between 3.1 and 3.1.1... If you look here 3.1 isn't even shown! I'M sure Applle has left something wide open in there and it could be useful if one of the dev teams could get hold of the 3.1 ipsw for analysis.

    Can you do me a favor and check the version from Settings -> General -> About...? is it showing as 7C145? If not what is your version? Thanks
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    Here is my about screen, shame i upgraded to 3.1.1


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    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Thanks no real use though. I'm wondering if 3.1 is a separate firmware and what the differences are...
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