What version of iBoot is in iPhone 4?

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  1. steincj

    steincj Member

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    Can anynoe tell me what version of iBoot is in iPhone 4? Is it the same as the new 3GS and iPod Touch 3G (359.3.2)? Or is it a new upgrade?
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    Running f0recast said the bootloader version was IC. It's probably some kind of error, as I don't think f0recast is meant to work with iPhone 4s yet. It identifies the device as iPhone 3,1.
  3. dude245

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    of course f0rcast isnt going to work, it hasnt even been updated to show the new unlockable basebands

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    Go into dfu mode, then open device manager, then right click on apple deivice (iphone), then look at the info, should be near the end, itill tell you what iboot
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    Put your iPhone into DFU mode (how to/tutorial for this step at iClarified).

    Then go to Start -> Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager on your Windows machine.

    Look for 'Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller', you will find 'Apple Mobile Device USB Driver' as a subitem there.

    Right Click and choose 'Properties', navigate to 'Details' tab and select Device Instance Path from the dropdown list box. At the end of this information string you will find the bootrom version, e.g. [iBoot-359.x].
  4. steincj

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    The Device Manager didn't work for my 3GS. I had to use USB view.

    Can any iPhone 4 user answer this for us? If there is a new iBoot, a JB for iPhone 4 will be a long way off . . .
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    Not necessarily.

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