The iPhone Dev Team last week released the video below demoing to us that their unlocking tools will work for the iPhone 3GS:

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After project yellowsn0w, the iPhone Dev Team have been working hard into 2009 on the next most important thing – jailbreak for iPod Touch 2G. Yes it’s what many of you guys have been asking about, and up til now, we have said we don’t know whether its possible 🙁 , well now we know that it is possible. Though no info on when it would be released yet, we do know that a jailbreak solution does exist and they are working on it!

The first video below shows you guys why its not been as easy to get through and jailbreak the second gen iPod Touch as the first gen. The second one features what it will be like when its released and available to everyone. Of course, when it is out redsn0w should not have any restrictions to you accessing and downloading from the App Store in addition to being able to download jailbroken apps.


[via iPhone Dev]

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The iPhone Dev Team have now released their latest unlock tool for the iPhone 3G, though a tiny bit later than what they promised! The tool as you will know called yellowsn0w, will work with the iPhone’s latest OS update, firmware version 2.2 and in fact it requires that your iPhone be updated to 2.2 to run at all. Yellowsn0w is at the moment still in beta, version 0.9.4 (version has been updating constantly today!), which means it seems yellowsn0w isn’t absolutely perfect and everyone should use with 100% caution.

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As expected from the news we heard via the iPhone Dev Team’s blog last week, one of the team member MuscleNerd demonstrated live today their iPhone 3G unlock tool ‘yellowsn0w’. MuscleNerd first showed that his iPhone 3G was running AT&T, then after running the tool, his iPhone was able to recognise and get a signal through his T-Mobile sim.

[via iPhone Dev]

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