Only a few weeks after the 4.3.1 untether created by @i0n1c was released, Apple pushed out firmware 4.3.2. Thankfully, it appears Apple didn’t have a chance to fix the hole used by @i0n1c’s untether, so he ported his code over to 4.3.2’s kernel. Today’s redsn0w has been updated to include it.
The 4.3.2 untether works on all devices that actually support 4.3.2 except for the iPad2:
- iPhone4 (GSM)
- iPod touch 3G
- iPod touch 4G
As always, ultrasn0w unlockers should stay away from redsn0w and only update their firmware through a custom IPSW. See update #3 below.
For any questions or problems, please use our comments section below with our ever-helpful moderators Confucious, sherif_hashim, dhlizard, Frank55, and subarurider.
Update #1: Until @i0n1c has a chance to fix the i4 version, we’ve removed the i4 untether from redsn0w (making it a tethered-only JB for i4 right now).
Update #2: redsn0w rc14 includes the fixed i4 untether from @i0n1c. You can re-run redsn0w rc14 right over the tethered rc13b to transform the i4 JB into an untethered one.
Update #3: PwnageTool 4.3.2 now includes the iOS 4.3.2 untether from @i0n1c. (And look, the PwnageTool and iOS version numbers actually match!).
Note that there’s a corresponding update to ultrasn0w, which has been bumped up to v1.2.2 to get along with iOS 4.3.2 (the ultrasn0w update does not include any new baseband support!). Please reboot your iPhone using the normal “slide to power off” swipe after installing ultrasn0w 1.2.2.
PwnageTool Official BitTorrent Release
SHA1 Sum = fdf9d7cba7872451bbca1ccae95a82cfefb352e7
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