After releasing the Redsnow version capable of downgrading basebands on iPhone 3G and 3GS devices last month, the Dev team has pushed out an update to the jailbreak utility (bringing the version to 0.9.14b2) that greatly improves on this feature. The downgrading process has been made simpler, and now works on a much wider range of devices.
Happy 4th of July! Today’s release of redsn0w 0.9.14b2 improves the iPad baseband downgrade and should cover anyone who couldn’t downgrade with 0.9.14b1.
This version covers 3 different types of NOR chips in the iPhone 3G and 3GS (the earlier version covered only the most prevalent NOR chip). We’ve also simplified the process and added logging to help diagnose any remaining stubborn iPhones.
Keep in mind that if your iPhone 3GS was manufactured in early 2011 or later, you wouldn’t be able to use RedSnow to downgrade since the 06.15.00 baseband didn’t came out that time.
The procedure to perform downgrade is the same as before, you can check the detailed step by step guide incase of any problem. Grab the latest RedSnow from the download links below.
Download RedSnow v0.9.14b2 Mac [Direct Link]
Download RedSnow v0.9.14b2 Windows [Direct Link]