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iPhone 4/3GS get ultrasn0w SIM unlock tool for iOS 5

iPhone 4/3GS get ultrasn0w SIM unlock tool for iOS 5

The ultrasn0w iPhone unlock tool has been updated to support handsets running iOS 5, allowing owners of iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 to upgrade to the recently released new version of the platform but still use their phones with other SIMs. The new ultrasn0w is still effectively a tethered system for the iPhone 4, the iPhone Dev Team confirmed today, since currently the iOS 5 jailbreak (and which is necessary if you then want to unlock your phone) requires a USB connection on each reboot.

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iPhone 3G OS 3.0 unlock video demo; ultrasn0w super-tool imminent

iPhone 3G OS 3.0 unlock video demo; ultrasn0w super-tool imminent

The iPhone Dev Team have released a video demo of their latest unlocking tools, including yellowsn0w, doing its magic on an iPhone 3G running OS 3.0 which is set to be released sometime in the next 24 hours.  They've also revealed the development of a new tool, ultrasn0w, which they claim should be able to unlock any iPhone to-date, running any OS version.

Video demo after the cut

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iPhone 4, Apple TV and more get new PwnageTool jailbreak

iPhone 4, Apple TV and more get new PwnageTool jailbreak

New versions of the iPhone Dev Team's PwnageTool and redsn0w iOS jailbreak tools havebeen released, to handle iOS 4.3.1. Offering a jailbreak option for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 (GSM version), along with the third- and fourth-gen iPod touch, first-gen iPad and second-gen Apple TV - but not the Verizon iPhone 4 or the iPad 2, yet - it's an untethered solution meaning you don't have to plug your device into a PC/Mac whenever you want to restart it.

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Relatively Massive Cydia Library Listed

Relatively Massive Cydia Library Listed

So you've got Cydia, an app for iOS that allows you to search and browse and download other apps for your jailbroken iDevice (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch,) and you're wondering if there's one big place for you to find everything. There's not! Sort of. There is a big list of sources for Cydia and ICY (very similar to Cydia) compiled by a fellow by the name of Ultrasn0w over at the iPhone Developers forum, and we've got that list for you here, too, today!

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