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1.1.3 Unlock and Linux Driver

January 29th, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

The IPSF exploit still works in the 1.1.3 baseband, and now that we know Apple doesn’t update the bootloader it appears to be safe to use. IPSF works using the RSA padding hack in bootloader 3.9, so as long as the bootloader is 3.9, I can’t see it breaking. Here is reference code I wrote to do the IPSF unlock a while ago. With a few mods, elite can turn their virginizer into an IPSF unlocker. I wouldn’t bother with the AnySim patches anymore, they are lost after every restore, and need to be modified for each version of the baseband. Be warned though, back up your seczone before IPSF unlocking. IPSF erases your NCK token.
Also I was playing around with writing linux drivers, and I figured I’d start one for the iPhone. Here is what I have so far, it only works in recovery mode. You can echo iBoot commands to /proc/iphone/cmd

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