autolock with pwnage tool?

lakshi

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Feb 7, 2008
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Hello, im on a windows pc and want to unlock my iphone 2G by restoring with custom firmware. I know that if auto-lock is not set set to never during bootneuter, it will interrupt the bootneuter process and brick the phone. I would just like to know if i restore with custom firmware will it automatically set auto-lock to never during the process so that bootneuter is not interrupted?
 

lakshi

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Feb 7, 2008
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answer is: No.

you need to disable it manually
How do i disable it if after restoring custom firmware, phone automaticaaly goes to bootneuter without giving me a chance to set auto-lock to never?
 

thelatinist

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Aug 15, 2009
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Why not just use PwnageTool to jailbreak and hacktivate, then install BootNeuter from Cydia? That's how I would do it. The more you add the the jailbreak process, the more room there is for error. This is why I don't install any packages with PwnageTool...
 

lakshi

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Original poster
Feb 7, 2008
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Why not just use PwnageTool to jailbreak and hacktivate, then install BootNeuter from Cydia? That's how I would do it. The more you add the the jailbreak process, the more room there is for error. This is why I don't install any packages with PwnageTool...
Well, im on windows, so i cant create custom ipsw and need to download custom ipsw for 2G 3.1.2. How will i know the custom ipsw im downloading doesnt automatically install bootneuter?
Also, if i dont use custom ipsw, how do i unlock 2G on 3.1.2?
 
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