This morning I had to jailbreak an iPod Touch on Windows Vista which was still with version 1.1.4, and let me tell you… it wasn’t as easy as to jailbreak an iPhone. Not because of the QuickPWN, but because it’s more difficult to find and download the firmware for the iPod Touch than for the iPhone! In fact it took about two hours to finish the process… anyway, let’s start jailbreaking your iPod Touch:
First connect your iPod Touch with your PC
- Create a Folder named iPodPWN on your desktop
- Download firmware 2.0 for your iPod from here
- Save firmware to the folder iPodPWN
- Open iTunes Continue reading
This week, I finally upgraded my iPhone 2G to version 2.2. It was very easy and fast. (Click here if you need to jailbreak an iPod Touch to version 2.2)
What needs to be downloaded for the upgrade?
Create a folder QuickPWN on your desktop and download the following items in this folder. So that you don’t have to search for your files when needed.
- iTunes v8.xxx – (if you don’t have installed, download from here)
- QuickPWN Tool 2.2 – here
- 2.2 Restore IPSW File
- Bootloader v3.9 – here
- Bootloader v4.6 – here
Install iTunes (if not installed) and the QuickPWN tool.
What should I do Next?
There are many guides to help you upgrade your iPhone 2G and 3G phones. So instead of creating another guide, i’m only showing you the steps you need. Continue reading