My Little Pwnie - QuickPwn!

thehotrod

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We’ve got something for you! (No, it’s not the 3G unlock, but still something very useful.)
It’s a tool we’ve been working on to jailbreak a phone more quickly and easily, without requiring a full restore. Unless you are making a custom firmware with specific features, there is nothing inherent in the pwnage process that requires a restore, and we have been planning this tool for some time. It’s more convenient because you do not need to make a full IPSW and use iTunes with it, but your phone still ends up pwned and jailbroken.
Read More here;

http://blog.iphone-dev.org/post/46350708/my-little-pwnie-quickpwn

For someone who has been too busy and too chicken to pwn his 3g iPhone, this looks really cool.

But, I'm still too chicken to try it first.

Has anybody tried it yet?

Does it add Cydia and Installer?
 

Drunken

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Worked fine for me.

I got the winpwn work once, then i had to try jailbreak iPhone again, but then it didn't't work anymore. QuickPwn works fine :)

E: I think the Cydia works better (Atleast for me, I only have GRPS at where i live, and now im downloading Openssh, last time when i downloaded, the download kinda stopped at start, then i had to restart phone :/ )
 

thehotrod

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Thanks for replying.

So Cydia and installer are included then? So I just need to 'quickpwn' then open Cydia and start adding applications and patches from different sources.?

Were all your applications and settings maintained?
 

Drunken

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Thanks for replying.

So Cydia and installer are included then? So I just need to 'quickpwn' then open Cydia and start adding applications and patches from different sources.?

Were all your applications and settings maintained?
I didn't have Installed but i did have Cydia :)
 

thehotrod

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Sorry to be confused, but do you mean the quickpwn added Cydia to your phone?

or did you have to manually install Cydia after you quickpwn'd?

And your applications and settings, were they maintained after the quickpwn or did you have to reinstall all of them?
 

Drunken

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Sorry to be confused, but do you mean the quickpwn added Cydia to your phone?

or did you have to manually install Cydia after you quickpwn'd?

And your applications and settings, were they maintained after the quickpwn or did you have to reinstall all of them?
It did have Cydia already, and i restored my iPhone before i installed it because i had problems with the WinPwn :p
 

Scottshotz

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can anyone write a step by step? im trying to figure it out now.
 

Drunken

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can anyone write a step by step? im trying to figure it out now.

1) Drop an unmodified 2.0.1 IPSW downloaded directly from Apple into the same
folder as the quickpwn.exe binary.

2) Close all other applications, including of course iTunes and iTunes Helper

3) Double-click:
iPhone 3G.bat if you have an iPhone 3G
iPhone 2G.bat if you have a first-generation iPhone
iPod touch.bat if you have an iPod touch.

3) Follow the on-screen instructions


Was on quickpwn's folder.

http://appldnld.apple.com.edgesuite...0729.Q2W3E/iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
Download that if you have iPhone 3G

http://appldnld.apple.com.edgesuite...0729.Vfgtr/iPhone1,1_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
That if you have iPhone 2G

http://appldnld.apple.com.edgesuite...y=1219109346_358d3eccf393536c84619354c019e5aa
That if you have iPod Touch.
 

mizflaca

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OMG thank you so much this worked perfect for me. I have been trying to pwn my phone since i got it and restored it soo many times. :) thanks