iOS 4.1 Pwnage Tool 4.1 Windows?

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  1. tjboo

    tjboo Member

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    Is the Pwnage Tool 4.1 only for Mac? I can't find the Windows version of the software so my friend can JB & unlock his iPhone 3G on 4.1. Any word?
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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Redsn0w.
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    use sn0wbreeze
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    PwnageTool will never be ported over. sn0wbreeze works fine.
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    snowbreeze is the windows equivlant of pwnage.

    I myself would like to see the 2g MC supported in pwnage or snowbreeze
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    when will sn0wbreeze be updated to support the new ipod?
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    Well if Ih8sn0w resolves his arguments then it shouldn't be too long.

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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Except he needs an unlock, which means a preservation of the baseband, which redsn0w doesn't do.

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