Discussion in 'Android and Linux on iDevices' started by spoonforknife, Jun 22, 2010.
I stand corrected.
If itsw possible on 4.0 for 3g iphone, why not 3.1.3 1g ipod touch?
because, 3.1.3 is just 3.1.2 with extra "walls," plus you can still downgrade 1G's, so why bother? use 3.1.2.
Way to get the question. He was asking why you can't install openiboot when having 3.1.3 iPod 1G. And you can't because blackra1n doesn't support 3.1.3, just 3.1.2.
they should make a jailbreak which supports 3.1.3 and iDroid for first generation devices seeing that 3.1.3 will be our last firmware and we won't be needing an updated jailbreak ever again
What is about a 3G S with old bootrom, it should work too?
I don't know if that's possible, but if it was someone would have done it already. Besides, it isn't that hard to not upgrade your firmware.
I don't think its really worth it. Guys, 3.1.3 has nothing new except more walls to prevent the pwn method.
3.1.2 is the way to go for iPod 1G and iPhone 2G and now with most firmware with 4.0 it is kind of stupid.
dude lets just try to install it
Dos it on my 3G the apple side of it goes well slow
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