1. tuxedodan's Avatar
    Hey guys so finallly i took my 1.1.2 otb (literally) and unlocked it! Thanks Geohotz!!! However, what are the steps to upgrade to 1.1.3? Is it the same for us? Since the new unlock code, i was wondering if there was a difference? Please put the link here so all future readers can benefit too. Thanks a lot!!!!

    Gooo geohotz, u da man!!
    Last edited by tuxedodan; 2008-02-09 at 04:25 PM.
    2008-02-09 04:20 PM
  2. Wayno's Avatar
    Hey guys so finallly i took my 1.1.2 otb (literally) and unlocked it! Thanks Geohotz!!! However, what are the steps to upgrade to 1.1.3? Is it the same for us? Since the new unlock code, i was wondering if there was a difference? Please put the link here so all future readers can benefit too. Thanks a lot!!!!

    Gooo geohotz, u da man!!
    Same process as for everybody else. Use the soft upgrade from Installer. I did it this afternoon and have a happily unlocked 1.1.3 iPhone now (previously locked 1.1.2 OTB)
    iPhone 3gs, running 4.2 Greenp0is0ned
    iPad 32Gb, running 4.2 Grrenp0is0ned
    2008-02-09 05:29 PM
  3. tuxedodan's Avatar
    what is the link?
    2008-02-09 09:35 PM
  4. Wayno's Avatar
    what is the link?
    Which link?

    The unlock scripts and the soft upgrader are both in Installer.
    iPhone 3gs, running 4.2 Greenp0is0ned
    iPad 32Gb, running 4.2 Grrenp0is0ned
    2008-02-10 05:28 AM
  5. tuxedodan's Avatar
    I meant is there a link on the internet to upgrade?
    2008-02-10 05:30 AM
  6. Wayno's Avatar
    I meant is there a link on the internet to upgrade?
    I don't think so. It has to be done via Installer on the phone itself. Basically, connect to wi-fi, make sure you have plenty of battery life, turn off auto-lock, go to Installer, find Official 1.1.3 Upgrade and install it. Some people say it takes 50 mins, mine probably took more like 12 mins but once it finished and rebooted, I was running 1.1.3.
    iPhone 3gs, running 4.2 Greenp0is0ned
    iPad 32Gb, running 4.2 Grrenp0is0ned
    2008-02-10 05:48 AM
  7. Ntiler's Avatar
    I don't think so. It has to be done via Installer on the phone itself. Basically, connect to wi-fi, make sure you have plenty of battery life, turn off auto-lock, go to Installer, find Official 1.1.3 Upgrade and install it. Some people say it takes 50 mins, mine probably took more like 12 mins but once it finished and rebooted, I was running 1.1.3.
    Hi Guys,
    I was wondering, is it worth it? What so different in 1.1.3 from 1.1.2? I am only asking because I really don't know...
    2008-02-10 10:48 AM
  8. Wayno's Avatar
    Hi Guys,
    I was wondering, is it worth it? What so different in 1.1.3 from 1.1.2? I am only asking because I really don't know...
    Have a look at http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2008/01/ha...are_113-2.html.

    On the surface there isn't really anything in there you can't do with 3rd-party apps on 1.1.2 but a lot has changed under the skin, in readiness for the SDK and official apps, for one thing.
    iPhone 3gs, running 4.2 Greenp0is0ned
    iPad 32Gb, running 4.2 Grrenp0is0ned
    2008-02-10 11:58 AM
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