iDetector 1.01 For iPhone 3GS
A new tool for iPhone 3GS bootrom has been recently launched by IH8Sn0w presently. iDetector 1.01 is used to to check that if iPhone 3GS bootrom is new or old and also that if you are able to begin jailbreak on your iDevice or not.
iDetector 1.0.1 is specially useful for those people who do not know that how to execute an untethered jailbreak. iDetector 1.0.1 is impressive and simple to use to see the kind of bootrom your iPhone 3GS uses. However there are jailbreak resources available for each firmware nowadays. But if you have an iPhone 3GS, you may not be able to begin jailbreak on it if it uses a new bootrom. With having iPhone 3GS old bootrom, jailbreak is possible.
Therefore, to help create factors better, iPhone 3GS that uses old bootrom (iBoot-359.3) is appropriate for jailbreak because there is a jailbreak manipulate available. In the situation of iPhone 3GS with new bootrom, the iBoot-359.3.2, your system is not jailbreakable. As you can see, it is necessary to see each iPhone 3GS edition you are using to be able to execute jailbreak or not.
The iDetector device is simple to use. You basically set up it on your pc and get into your iPhone 3GS into DFU method. For the DFU method, you have to link your system to your pc and to convert it off first. Then, you have to media and keep the House key and the Power/Sleep key for about 10 a few moments. When you start your iPhone 3GS in the DFU method, you basically select the key and iDetector will do its job. Presently, you will know if your system uses an old bootrom or a new one.
Keep in thoughts the point that this device is appropriate with Windows only and it developed only for the iPhone 3GS to be able to confirm its ability of jailbreak. If you have not began jailbreak on your system yet, and you do not know whether it is possible or not, you can quickly use iDetector 1.0.1 for iPhone 3GS.
Download iDetector 1.0.1 for Windows