1. PMad's Avatar
    iPhone 3GS, model MC135LL, modem firmware 5.13.04 - Jailbroken

    Here's the images, from what ive been reading, this is not supposed to be possible but i just did it.

    2010-07-21 11:36 PM
  2. chrisrotolo's Avatar
    Sure, probably tethered, no?
    Something Hidden in iPhone 4---Steve Jobs twitter
    2010-07-21 11:46 PM
  3. PMad's Avatar
    I guess i should have mentioned its iOS 4.0

    Havent read about anybody else jailbreaking it with firmware 5.12 or higher.

    I can reboot the phone and its still jailbroken, i dont have to re-jailbreak everytime i restart the phone. Tethering does not work though, but everything else does.
    2010-07-22 12:06 AM
  4. nerddownthestreet's Avatar
    It could be an early run MC model -- they still have old bootrom
    2010-07-22 03:20 AM
  5. marvin378's Avatar
    It could be an early run MC model -- they still have old bootrom
    MC model with new bootrom is for ipod touches only.
    2010-07-22 04:36 AM
  6. rubenalsina's Avatar
    How did you do it?
    You say that you did it and I'm interested in the process since I have the same configuration as you do.
    2010-07-22 05:13 AM
  7. snowdweller's Avatar
    You have blobs for 3.1.2 ofcourse you can do it.

    I lost count howmany times I've seen people start a thread to say they've JB'd 4.0 miraculously..

    Here's how to do it, LINK
    2010-07-22 05:43 AM
  8. Will01's Avatar
    The baseband version means simply that you upgraded to stock iOS4 at some stage.

    MC model in 3GS has nothing to do with bootrom, thats applies to ipt only.
    2010-07-22 12:31 PM
  9. nerddownthestreet's Avatar
    I said that indirectly. In the screenshot, he pointed out the MC. I said if it's an early run that might not mean anything. New bottom 4.0 jailbreaks are teathered, like I have, and this guy says it isn't teathered, so he must have an old bootrom.
    2010-07-22 04:23 PM
  10. Will01's Avatar
    Yeh but on a 3GS the model number means nothing, some old boot's are mc, some new boot's are mb. The rule only applies to ipt.
    2010-07-22 04:26 PM
  11. rubenalsina's Avatar
    I haven't got an answer how did you do it. If you check this thread back, share the steps.
    What is weird is that you say that is un-tethered, new bootrom as far as I know still a tethered jailbreak.
    2010-07-22 04:55 PM
  12. Will01's Avatar
    He's not on new boot. He's on old boot if it's untethered. If you have SHSH saved for 3.1.2/3 you can JB old boot or new boot tethered on 3.1.2.
    2010-07-22 06:41 PM