Aug 29

Well it’s finally here. The easy-to-use jailbreak solution “QuickPwn” is now available for Mac OS X. To use QuickPwn, you must be on the 2.0.2 firmware, and it supports all devices. More information and download link inside.

The iPhone Dev-Team’s blog says this:

“Here is the long awaited “QuickPwn” for Mac OS X. You’ll see a similarity to the user-interface of PwnageTool, this is because of the great feedback we’ve had since we moved to that interface with PwnageTool 2.x.Â

QuickPwn is not a replacement for PwnageTool, they are different tools and provide different features, QuickPwn is for quickly pwning a device, whereas PwnageTool is designed to custom build and tailor the ipsw production process, both tools will be actively developed in the future.

To use QuickPwn 1.0 Mac OS X your device should be running 2.0.2, if it isn’t then you can upgrade it to 2.0.2 using iTunes and then use the QuickPwn tool, we repeat, it’ll only work on version 2.0.2 of the iPhone or iPod touch firmware.Â

If you don’t want specific things to happen such as baseband updates then PwnageTool should be used to create a custom .ipsw with your specifics.”

For now, downloading is only available via torrent, due to the usual overload on their servers, resulting in slow donwnload times. If you do not want to download it via torrent, the blog says to wait 12 hours, and they will put it on their servers. I’ll probably download the .tbz file and upload it those who are not comfortable with torrents. But for those who are, here is the link to the torrent file. To download it, you will need a torrent program.

If you want to download it without torrents, wait a bit and I’ll upload it.

*Update*Â Here is the download link via MediaFire I uploaded. Hope you enjoy!Â

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3 Responses to “QuickPwn for Mac OS X released (updated)”

  1. cody Says:

    Can you cange the boot logo to default W/ this?

  2. Jash Sayani Says:

    Nope. Its just for unlocking. Like ZiPhone. You need PwnageTool for that.

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