1. lawtyger's Avatar
    I remain confused regarding what old or new bootrom means?

    For example, in terms of when written like this:

    PwnageTool bundle to jailbreak iOS 4.0.1 on iPhone 3GS
    has been released. You can use this bundle with existing version of PwnageTool to create custom firmware files which are jailbroken and hacktivated for iPhone 3GS. The best thing about this bundle is that it supports both the ultrasn0w unlock and hacktivation. But as always, this bundle is meant for iPhone 3GS with old bootrom only. Those of you who are with new bootrom will have to wait for Comex’s new Spirit like jailbreak tool which should be released real soon.

    Is there a certain number of bootrom that is old and everything above that is considered new?

    My jailbroken 3GS has OS 3.0.1 on it. I've assume that this must mean I probably have an "old" bootrom but as I've said, I've never really understood this.

    Can someone help clear up my confusion?
    2010-07-24 07:57 PM
  2. akward silence's Avatar
    Download idetector. That will tell you what bootrom you have.

    You can't just guess which bootrom you have based on your specs. My 3gs has the new one, but it has all of the specs most old bootrom phones have.
    Last edited by akward silence; 2010-07-24 at 08:10 PM.
    2010-07-24 08:08 PM
  3. lawtyger's Avatar
    O.K., thanks.
    2010-07-24 08:09 PM
  4. akward silence's Avatar
    No problem, hope that helped.
    2010-07-24 08:16 PM