Tag: pwnage

  • How To Jailbreak Any Apple Device… [UPDATED]

    Ok, not really any Apple Device, but it’s an amazing resource if you’re looking for instructions on how to jailbreak a certain device running a certain baseband/boot loader. http://www.jailbreakmatrix.com Aside from the site above you can now just visit http://jailbreakme.com from your device and it will automatically jailbreak it for you. I’ve read some reports…

  • iPhone White Screen of Death

    My brother IM’d me about an hour ago complaining that his 2G (1st Gen 4gb) iPhone was broken. Knowing that it’s nearly impossible to brick an iPhone I asked him what he did to it, since naturally being away at college I figured he dropped it into [another] toilet or smashed it some how or…

  • 10.5.6 Breaks Jailbreak on iPhone/iPod Touch

    If you’re a fan of jailbreaking your iPhone or iPod Touch be careful about updating to Apple’s latest 10.5.6 release of OS X. According to many reports, as well as the iPhone Dev Team, the update changes something at the system level that affects the DFU mode when flashing the firmware with the pwnage software.…

  • iPhone pwnage 2.2.1 Now Available

    If you’ve been waiting to update your iPhone to the latest 2.2 software until a new version of the pwnage software was released, you don’t have to wait any longer. Pwnage 2.2.1 was released this morning and so you can pwn the latest version of the iPhone firmware. Again, if you have an iPhone3G there…

  • iPhone Firmware 2.2 Has Been Released

    Apple has released firmware version 2.2 for the iPhone. Some of the enhancements are safari tweaks, enhanced sound for visual voicemail, fewer dropped calls, and of course additions to Google maps, including Street view. You can get the update right now, however if you’re like me and have an unlocked and/or jailbroken 2G iphone you…

  • New MacBooks Kill Pwnage Software, Kinda

    It looks as though the new MacBooks and presumably the new MacBook Pros are having some difficulty creating ‘pwned’ firmware for the iPhone. The pwnage software still runs no problem, but the iPhone itself is not recognized by the computer when placed into DFU mode, which is essential in pwning your iPhone. Gizmodo seems to…