ipt2g on 2.2.1 still gonna be jailbreakable

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by robby10ant, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. robby10ant

    robby10ant New Member

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    sorry for the very noob question, but if an ipt2g is on 2.2.1 will it still be able to jailbreakable?.. yes, i know that 2.2. will be, but im just wondering about the new firmware...

    sorry for the noob question...

    p.s. i did search for this, so plz dont get on me about not searching

    thanks in advance
  2. Gamma

    Gamma Active Member

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    Yes. It will.
  3. katking123

    katking123 New Member

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    yeah resn0w has somthing to do with the hardware not the software so it no matter what update apple throws at us as long as u still have ur 2nd gen it will be jailbreakable
  4. bontje

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    look at the dev website and @ musclenerds twitter.
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    yes, jb is a hardware exploit

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  6. Gamma

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    Technically, the hole was fixed with 2.2, but you can load 2.1.1's DFU. (I think)
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    Fixed. DFU is what's on the bootrom, which is integrated into the processor(?) and cannot be overwritten. iBoot is what actually loads the kernel, shows the Apple boot logo, etc.

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