Is it possible? (boot image)

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  1. DaveTaylor

    DaveTaylor New Member

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    Can you change it without restoring the iPhone/iPod Touch?
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    Monkey Jam New Member

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    nope....you may run into problems if you update onto "PWN'd" .ipsw's
  3. DaveTaylor

    DaveTaylor New Member

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    If I created another custom firmware I guess it would work but it means deleting all my info again

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  4. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    yes you have to delete all your info
  5. mlbplayer456

    mlbplayer456 Banned

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    if your on mac download pwnage from iphone-dev.org if you are on a pc download winpwn from winpwn.com
    then install it and open a firware (preferably 1.1.4) then go to ipsw builder and build a custom 1.1.4 firmware with custom boot logos.
  6. PippenMan101

    PippenMan101 New Member

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    Um, smart one, what's going to happen with the firmware AFTER you created the custom boot logos? Hmm, I dunno, maybe you have to restore it?
  7. ronniev23

    ronniev23 New Member

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    if u build a custom 1.1.4 do u have to pwn ur ipod/phone to get the firmware on or do u do it on itunes
  8. jpga13

    jpga13 Banned

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    Yes, it needs to be pwned first. And then you can add custom firmware with iTunes. You can actually modify the firmware you own with.
  9. ronniev23

    ronniev23 New Member

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    i just recently had a bad pwning experience should i do it again?
  10. jpga13

    jpga13 Banned

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    yes, it kind of hard to screw it up and it only takes a few minutes. No offense!

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