Jailbreaking iPhone 1.1.3
Posted by Umair Abbasi on Jan. 27, 2008 in Technology
I have successfully jail broken and updated my iPhone 1.1.2 to 1.1.3 in 20 minutes. Everything is working perfectly. Follow every step to have a smooth transition.
Who is this method for?
This method is for iPhone owners who are currently running their phones on the 1.1.2 firmware version with a service provider other than AT&T. Your iPhone must be unlocked, jail broken running at 1.1.2. If you are running at 1.1.1 this method is not for you. If you want to move up to 1.1.2 and then 1.1.3 find a guide to move from 1.1.1 to 1.1.2 elsewhere and then come back to follow this guide to move up to 1.1.3.
What does it do?
It installs the 1.1.3 update on your iPhone without upgrading the baseband. In other words you have all the good stuff from 1.1.3 plus your iPhone stays unlocked; works with any service provider as it did before.
How do I do it?
Connect your iPhone via the USB cable to your computer. Make sure iTunes and iTunes helper is not running no your computer. If they are stop/kill the processes.
Make sure your iPhone is connected to your wireless network.
Under settings -> General ->Auto-Lock is set to never.
Go to Installer app and then Uninstall, uninstall everything except for BSD Subsystem, Community Sources, and Installer.
Make sure you are running Community Sources 3.2, BSD Subsystem 2.0, and Installer 3.0b10. If you are not running these versions, up date them to these versions.
Under sources remove all sources except for AppTapp Official, Conceited Software (If it exists, if not its not a problem), ModMyiFone.com (if does not exist, ADD it with the same letters capitalized), Sre Packaging (if it does not exist, no need to install it).
Refresh the sources.
Go to Install -> Recent Packages and you will find 1.1.3 Jailbreak DevTeam package. Run it. It can also be found under Utilities.
Follow the on screen instructions.
It takes 20 minutes for the process to complete. There have been reports of the process taking up to 50-60 minutes.
All credit goes to ModMyifone.com. Thanks for giving us such a easy jailbreak solution.