These are instructions on how to upgrade your i Phone 4 or i Phone 3GS firmware without updating the baseband.Step One Create a folder on your desktop called Pwnage Download the latest version of Red Sn0w from here and place it in the Pwnage folder.Step Two Right click or control click the Red Sn0w application that you extracted in Step One and click Run as Administrator from the popup menu that appears. Step Seven You will be asked if you would like to Prevent baseband update. Step Eight You will be told that Pwned DFU mode is required. Step Nine Connect your i Phone to the computer, turn it off, and click Next Step Ten Red Sn0w will now guide you through the steps to get into DFU mode. Hold down both the Home button and the Power button for 10 seconds.
Navigate to the location where you saved the i OS 10.2 IPSW file which you downloaded earlier, and select it.
9) i Tunes will ask you whether you want to use this IPSW to restore your device. Do not disconnect your device from the computer until it has finished restoring and booted back up to the lock screen.
Make sure it says it will restore to i OS 10.2, and not another firmware. 11) Optional: only for people coming from lower than i OS 10.2, not for people coming from i OS 10.2.1 or higher.
If you restored instead of updating, you can now decide if you want to restore a backup onto the device.
If it prompts you to upgrade or download a newer firmware for your i OS device, tick Do not ask me again and then click Cancel.
5) On the connected devices page, look for the two buttons labelled Restore and Update. Restore is recommended because it completely wipes all files from your device.Likewise, download the firmware you would like to upgrade to from here and place it in the Pwnage folder.Extract the Red Sn0w zip file to the Pwnage folder. Step Five Click the Restore button from the Even More menu. Choose the firmware you would like to update to from the dialog box that appears and click the Open button.ANSWERS: If you need help with this tutorial please post a question in the comments or submit a question to the i Clarified community using our Answers section.We recently covered the release of Luca Todesco’s first build of yalu102.3) Go to this site, select your exact device model, and make sure i OS 10.2 is still being signed for it.