[digg-me]How to use QuickPwn Mac OS X to jailbreak the iPhone? This is a very good question that will find answer in the new few paragraphs. Before we start, I want to make it clear that QuickPwn for Mac OS X does not activate; it just pawns firmware 2.0.2 (at least to this date).
Another thing I would like to add is that you are pawning your iPhone at your own risk and it will void Apple’s warranty. It is also worth noting that pawning your iPhone is illegal. I know, it’s your phone, you should be able to do whatever you do with it but it still illegal. Ok, let’s go.
QuickPwn Mac OS X Guide:
Before starting: your iPhone must be on firmware 2.0.2.
- Download QuickPwn Mac OS X from here or from our iPhone Downloads section. Also download the 2.0.2 firmware for your iPhone and place it in your DOCUMENTS folder. It is very important you put it there as QuickPwn will automatically look for it at this location.
- Open QuickPwn and click OK to the warning.
- The next few steps are all automated, you pretty much have nothing to do but sit and relax. QuickPwn will ask you to connect your iPhone. Do so and click OK.
- QuickPwn will then automatically detect your device.
- Then QuickPwn will automatically build the custom firmware for you. It should say “Building IPSW”.
- It will then ask for your password. Enter it.
- OK, now is the part where you actually work a little bit… Follow the onscreen instructions to put your iPhone into DFU mode.
- Wait for QuickPwn to pawn your iPhone.
- Then you will get a message telling you that “QuickPwn is modifying your device”.
- Click OK and you will get a cute success message (you’ll see what I mean).
- This process may take a few minutes and your iPhone will reboot automatically.
So, wasn’t that hard, was it? Please leave comments.