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iPhone 3G jailbreak using Windows.

Yes it is Windows operating system not Mac to run the new iPhone 3G jailbreak courtesy by WinPwn 2.0

WinPwn 2.0 - Support for both 1.1.4 and 2.0
- Custom Image Support
- Custom Payload Support
- 3g iPhone support

BugsSome users have had problems with installing Cydia on Windows XP. This will be fixed in tomorrows release
2.0 How to:
- 1) First create a custom IPSW using the IPSW Builder.
- 2) Click "Ipwner" and browse for the custom IPSW that you just created. This will pwn itunes and allow you to flash Custom IPSW files via DFU mode
- 3) Once you have pwned Itunes, put your phone into DFU mode. If you don't know how to do this click Here.
- 4) Once you are in DFU mode Itunes will pop up and then you can hold shift and click restore and browse to your custom IPSW file.

For details, visit WinPwn.com website and don't forget to read the disclaimer of using this tool.

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