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iPhone 3G [All About,Jailbreaking,Unlocking]

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    iPhone 3G - Technical Specifications

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    Size and weight
    Height:
    4.5 inches (115.5 mm)
    Width:
    2.4 inches (62.1 mm)
    Depth:
    0.48 inch (12.3 mm)
    Weight:
    4.7 ounces (133 grams)
    Color
    8GB model: Black
    16GB model: Black or white
    Capacity2
    8GB or 16GB flash drive
    Cellular and wireless
    UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz)
    GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
    Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)
    Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
    GPS
    Assisted GPS
    In the box
    iPhone 3G
    Stereo Headset with mic
    Dock Connector to USB Cable
    USB Power Adapter
    Documentation
    Cleaning/polishing cloth
    SIM eject tool
    Environmental Status Report
    iPhone 3G embodies Apple’s continuing environmental progress. It is designed with the following features to reduce environmental impact:

    PVC-free handset
    PVC-free headphones
    PVC-free USB cable
    Bromine-free printed circuit boards
    Mercury-free LCD display
    Majority of packaging made from post-consumer recycled fiberboard and biobased materials
    Power adapter outperforms strictest global energy efficiency standards
    Display
    3.5-inch (diagonal) widescreen Multi-Touch display
    480-by-320-pixel resolution at 163 ppi
    Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously
    Audio
    Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
    Audio formats supported: AAC, Protected AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, and 4), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV
    User-configurable maximum volume limit
    Headphones
    Stereo earphones with built-in microphone
    Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
    Impedance: 32 ohms
    Video
    Video formats supported: H.264 video, up to 1.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, Low-Complexity version of the H.264 Baseline Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats; H.264 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, Baseline Profile up to Level 3.0 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats; MPEG-4 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, Simple Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats
    Camera and photos
    2.0 megapixels
    Photo geotagging
    iPhone and third-party application integration
    Language support
    Language support for English, French, German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and Polish
    International keyboard and dictionary support for English (U.S.), English (UK), French (France), French (Canada), German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Korean (no dictionary), Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and Polish
    Mail attachment support
    Viewable document types: .jpg, .tiff, .gif (images); .doc and .docx (Microsoft Word); .htm and .html (web pages); .key (Keynote); .numbers (Numbers); .pages (Pages); .pdf (Preview and Adobe Acrobat); .ppt and .pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint); .txt (text); .vcf (contact information); .xls and .xlsx (Microsoft Excel)
    Connectors and input/output
    30-pin dock connector
    3.5-mm stereo headphone minijack
    Built-in speaker
    Microphone
    SIM card tray
    External buttons and controls
    Sleep/wake
    Ring/silent
    Volume up/down
    Home
    Sensors
    Accelerometer
    Proximity sensor
    Ambient light sensor
    Power and battery
    Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery3
    Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter
    Talk time:4
    Up to 5 hours on 3G
    Up to 10 hours on 2G
    Standby time: Up to 300 hours5
    Internet use:
    Up to 5 hours on 3G6
    Up to 6 hours on Wi-Fi7
    Video playback: Up to 7 hours8
    Audio playback: Up to 24 hours9
    Mac system requirements
    Mac computer with USB 2.0 port
    Mac OS X v10.4.10 or later
    iTunes 7.7 or later
    Windows system requirements
    PC with USB 2.0 port
    Windows Vista; or Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later
    iTunes 7.7 or later
    Environmental requirements
    Operating temperature: 32° to 95° F
    (0° to 35° C)
    Nonoperating temperature: -4° to 113° F
    (-20° to 45° C)
    Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
    Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 feet (3000 m)
    iPhone Accessories
    iPhone Bluetooth Headset
    Answer iPhone calls wirelessly with this compact, lightweight Bluetooth headset. A single button lets you answer and end calls easily. And the lithium-ion battery delivers up to 5.5 hours of talk time and up to 72 hours of standby time.1

    iPhone 3G Dock
    Get fast access to USB charging, syncing, and audio out with the iPhone 3G Dock. Even conduct speakerphone calls when your iPhone is in the dock.

    Apple USB Power Adapter
    Charge your iPhone on the go with this new, ultracompact USB power adapter. Includes an Apple Dock Connector to USB Cable.

    iPhone Stereo Headset
    Apple Dock Connector to USB Cable
    iPhone Bluetooth Travel Cable
    iPhone 3G Universal Dock Adapter 3-Pack
    iPhone TTY Adapter
    Apple Universal Dock
    Apple Component AV Cable
    Apple Composite AV Cable
    ******* Extreme Base Station
    See more accessories in the Apple Online Store

    Actual size and weight vary by configuration and manufacturing process.
    1GB = 1 billion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
    Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be replaced. See Apple - Batteries for more information.
    Talk time: Testing conducted by Apple in May and June 2008 using preproduction iPhone 3G units and software. iPhone 3G units were connected to a 1900MHz network or a 2100MHz network. All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks was turned off. Wi-Fi was enabled but not associated with a network. Battery life depends on the cellular network, location, signal strength, feature configuration, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone units; actual results may vary.
    Standby time: Testing conducted by Apple in May and June 2008 using preproduction iPhone 3G units and software. All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks was turned off. Wi-Fi was enabled but not associated with a network. Battery life depends on the cellular network, location, signal strength, feature configuration, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone units; actual results may vary.
    Internet use over 3G: Testing conducted by Apple in May and June 2008 using preproduction iPhone 3G units and software. Internet over 3G tests were conducted over a 1900MHz 3G network using dedicated web and mail servers, browsing snapshot versions of 20 popular web pages, and receiving mail once an hour. All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks and Auto-Brightness were turned off. Wi-Fi was enabled but not associated with a network. Battery life depends on the cellular network, location, signal strength, 3G connectivity, feature configuration, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone units; actual results may vary.
    Internet use over Wi-Fi: Testing conducted by Apple in May and June 2008 using preproduction iPhone 3G units and software. Internet over Wi-Fi tests were conducted using a closed network and dedicated web and mail servers, browsing snapshot versions of 20 popular web pages, and receiving mail once an hour. All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks and Auto-Brightness were turned off; WPA2 encryption was enabled. Battery life depends on the cellular network, location, signal strength, Wi-Fi connectivity, feature configuration, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone units; actual results may vary.
    Video playback: Testing conducted by Apple in May and June 2008 using preproduction iPhone 3G units and software. Video content consisted of a repeated 2-hour 23-minute movie purchased from the iTunes Store. All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks and Auto-Brightness were turned off. Wi-Fi was enabled but not associated with a network. Battery life depends on the cellular network, location, signal strength, feature configuration, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone units; actual results may vary.
    Audio playback: Testing conducted by Apple in May and June 2008 using preproduction iPhone 3G units and software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks, a combination of content imported from CDs using iTunes (128-Kbps AAC encoding) and content purchased from the iTunes Store (128-Kbps AAC encoding). All settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks was turned off. Wi-Fi was enabled but not associated with a network. Battery life depends on the cellular network, location, signal strength, feature configuration, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone units; actual results may vary.
    Talk and standby times: Testing conducted by Apple in June 2007 using preproduction iPhone Bluetooth Headsets, iPhone units, and software. All iPhone Bluetooth Headset settings were default. All iPhone settings were default except: Call Forwarding was turned on; the Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks was turned off. Battery life depends on signal strength, usage, and many other factors. Battery tests are conducted using specific iPhone Bluetooth Headset and iPhone units; actual results may vary.

    Source : Apple -iPhone 3G

    Difference Between iPhone 3G and 3Gs On it's Back iPhone is Grey on 3g
    and it's Silver on 3GS and Of course Other Specifications Differences

    Latest OS Version is 4.2.1
     
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    How To Restore and Jailbreak

    This Guide is For iPhone 3G

    These are instructions on how to Restore And jailbreak your iPhone 3G on the 4.2.1 With Custom Firmware (if You Already Have 6.15 Baseband)

    IMPORTANT FOR UNLOCKERS
    During this process you can update your baseband to the 06.15 version. If you are on 05.14 or 05.15 or higher you will need to do this to unlock. You do not need to do this for jailbreak only. Please read the following very carefully before deciding whether to do this.

    1-Starting with FW 4.2.1 if you have 06.15 on your iPhone you won’t ever be able to restore to stock firmware (it will fail). You’ll need to only restore to custom IPSWs (then again, if you’re unlocker you should already be doing that).
    2-There are reports that 06.15 may disable your GPS. The iPhone Dev-Team is currently working on a fix.

    Don’t update to 06.15 if you don’t need to! Only do this if you need the unlock and you’re stuck on 05.14 or 05.15, and you’re willing to assume the above risks.

    iPhone 3G

    Download RedSn0w from here and place it in the Pwnage folder. Likewise, download the latest 4.2.1 firmware from below and place it in the same folder.

    4.2.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw

    1-Open Redsn0w And Select The Official Firmware, Then Deselect ALL Options And Only Check “Just Enter Pwned DFU Mode Right Now”

    2-Once Finished, Open iTunes And Hold Shift Or Option On Mac And Left Click Restore In iTunes, Then Select The 4.2.1 Custom Restore File For 3G.

    To Make Custom Restore File You Will Need Sn0wBreeze

    1- Open Sn0wbreeze And Select IPSW 4.2.1
    2- Select Expert Mode And Then General And Select "Activate The iPhone [Hacktivate]
    Springboard Modifications is OPTIONAL if You Need it
    3-if You Need Custom Firmware With 6.15 in one IPSW Select install 6.15 iPad BaseBand
    4-Custom Boot Logos is Optional Too
    5- if You Need To Add DEB Files Like Ultrasn0w Select Browse and Select .DEB Files
    6-Press Next and Select Build IPSW And Wait Till It Finish [CFW Should be on Your Desktop After Sn0wbreeze is Done]


    After Restore With CFW Phone Should be Activated And Waiting For unlock

    For More info About This Guide Please Use This Video iPhone 3G How To Restore With Custom Firmware For Newbies - YouTube
     
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    This Guide From iClarified Only For unlock After Following Steps On Previous post

    Step One
    Press to launch Cydia Installer from your SpringBoard.

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    Step Two
    Press to select the Manage tab at the bottom of the screen.

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    Step Three
    Press to select the large Sources button

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    If the ultrasn0w repo is not present press the Edit button at the top right of the screen. Otherwise, skip to Step Nine.

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    Step Five
    Press the Add button at the top left of the screen.

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    Step Six
    Enter ultrasn0w.com as the source url and press the Add Source button.

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    Step Seven
    Once the source has been added press the large Return to Cydia button.

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    Step Eight
    Press the Done button at the top right of the screen.

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    Step Nine
    Press to select repo666.ultrasn0w.com from the list of user entered sources.

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    Step Ten
    Press to select ultrasn0w from the list of packages

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    Step Eleven
    Press the Install button at the top right of the screen

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    Step Twelve
    Press the Confirm button at the top right of the screen.

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    Step Thir****
    After installation completes successfully press the large Restart Springboard button.

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    Please Note That Changes in ultrasn0w Version Doesn't Effect iPhone 3G It's Only Update Nothing more

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    How to Downgrade iPad Baseband 6.15 To 5.13

    These are instructions on how to downgrade your iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G's baseband from the iPad's 06.15 baseband to 05.13.04 using RedSn0w for Windows.

    Typically you’d have the 06.15 baseband if you unlock with ultrasn0w but updated your iPhone baseband past 05.13.04. With this new capability, you can now downgrade specifically from 06.15 to 05.13.04 (even if you never had 05.13.04 on that device before). This gives you the best of both worlds: ultrasn0w unlock compatibility and a normal iPhone baseband with full GPS and the ability to use stock IPSWs again.

    Download Latest Redsn0w From here : Redsn0w for iDevices Jailbreak Official Versions [0.9.15b3] [Download]


    Step One
    Create a new folder on your desktop called Pwnage.[Optional] Or Just use Redsn0w Folder After Extracting it


    Step Two
    Once RedSn0w opens click the Extras button.
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    Step Three
    Choose Select IPSW from the Extras menu.
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    Step Four
    Navigate to the Pwnage folder on your desktop, choose the firmware ipsw we downloaded earlier, and click Open. (4.2.1 For iPhone 3G Original IPSW Not CFW)

    Step Five
    Press Back to get back to the main menu then click the Jailbreak button.
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    Step Six
    Check the Downgrade from iPad baseband checkbox, uncheck Cydia if you already have it installed, and click Next to proceed through the normal DFU ramdisk steps.
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    After showing some scrolling text, your iPhone will display the pwnapple icon and say Flashing Baseband. THIS STEP TAKES A VERY LONG TIME to complete and there won’t be any feedback while its running. Please just let it be for the next 3-8 minutes! When the ramdisk has done its job it will reboot the phone on its own.
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    How to Enter DFU

    If You Get ERROR! in the Middle of Downgrade Process
    Restart Your Phone By Holding Home+Power And After The Phone Open Completely Power Off The Phone Normally (Slide to Power Off) And Then Enter DFU And Try again

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    How to Enter DFU Mode With a Broken Home or Power Button

    Once RedSn0w opens click the Extras button.
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    Choose Even More from the Extras menu.
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    Select DFU IPSW from the Even More menu.
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    You will be instructed to select an IPSW that you can currently restore to without any hacks or pwnage steps. Click OK.
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    Select the ipsw firmware file you downloaded (4.2.1 3G) and click Open.
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    RedSn0w will now proceed to create a DFU Mode IPSW.
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    -You Should Find Created IPSW DFU Restore On Same Folder As Redsn0w


    Connect your device to the computer and select it from list of devices on the left. If you haven't performed a backup recently, perform one now. Next, make sure you are on the Summary then hold down the Shift key and click Restore.

    Select the ENTER_DFU ipsw from Redsn0w Folderand click the Open button.
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    After your device has been restored it will be dumped into DFU mode. The screen will remain black and you may be able to jailbreak depending on the firmware you've restored to.
     
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    How to Unlock iPhone 3G Without Wifi

    Files Attached
    Put This Files in Cydia in iTools Or Autoinstall Folder in ifunbox
    iTools >FileSystem>Cydia And Paste This File in this Folder
    Restart Your Phone TWICE
     

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    Check This Thread if You Have

    -Your iPhone Stuck On Apple Logo
    -Your Phone Stuck on Recovery Mode
    -Your Phone is LOCKED And You Need UNLOCK
    -Your Phone Needs To be Updated To iOS 4.2.1
    -You Are So LAZY To Search By Your Self
     
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    Restoring and unlocking iphone 3g has been changed due to itunes update
    steps are pretty simple
    1- simple Restore Your iphone using Original firmware 4.2.1
    after restore if you have 6.15 baseband Phone will be stuck on Recovery mode ( use tinyumbrella or ireb or Redsn0w to kick it from Recovery and phone should work ok
    2- jailbreak your Phone using Redsn0w
    You can Skip kicking your Phone from recovery and jailbreak and phone should be ok
    3- install ultrasn0w from cydia (check guide in this thread )
     
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