Is that Pwnapple Default after iPwner?

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  1. Aduumzor

    Aduumzor New Member

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    Don't get me wrong here I understand you can turn off those custom system images.
    But my problem I'm wondering is when I re-watched that Engadget video I saw after he used iPwner there was already a Pwnapple when it rebooted.

    How is that, is the custom firmware already loaded on?
    Does iPwner set the image to the Pwnapple on default?
    Cause the Pwnapple was there before the guy restored with a custom IPSW.
  2. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Pine Apple on the Firmware. You can see from the Options.
  3. DJ Xander

    DJ Xander New Member

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    When you PWN is the first time it patches the firmware so the PWNapple replaces the original apple. This is just a confirmation that the tool has worked. After this, you must restore with your custom firmware anyway, and can choose.
  4. GarnetNGold

    GarnetNGold Active Member

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    No you can't because the img2 file is not just a png it is encrypted and stuff. Right now you can only choose from one that is made by chronic-dev.
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    i heard though that in winpwn that option was going to be included, so in the next version of pwnage for mac im sure it will have this feature!

    EDIT:200th Post!

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