Friday, January 23, 2015

NOKIA LUMIA 636 RM-1027 OFFICIAL UPDATE 2015

NOKIA LUMIA 525 RM-998 OFFICIAL FIRMWERE LAST UPDATE 2015

Nokia Asha 230 RM-986 flash file latest v 14.0.5

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Monday, January 5, 2015

MIRACLE BOX 1.98 (BlackBerry | SPD | MTK | 21 Dec 2014 ) Chritsmas Gift Update.

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VolcanoUtility_v2.9.1

Infinity-Box Nokia [BEST] v2.01


27-12-2014: Infinity-Box Nokia [BEST] v2.01
- USB Flashing improved
Lumia WP8x USB Boot Repair improved
Lumia V1 phones: added eMMC init check - HW errors detection
Lumia V2 phones:
Added HW errors detection
Improved Lumia 930, Lumia 1020 repair

- Service operations improved
NXP: Security Backup improved - X, XL, X2, XL4G
NXP: Security Restore released - X, XL, X2, XL4G

- NaviManager
NaviManager Database updated
All latest WP8, Asha, MTKx firmware included
Lumia WP8 DENIM Release included for some models
New products supported:
- RM-1078: Lumia 735[Sprint] (WP8.1)

- Other
- Ini updated and revised
- Some bugfixes and changes

download  http://server1.infinity-best.com/download/index-1.php?dir=software/

How to jailbreak iOS 6.1 final using RedSn0w 0.9.15b3


Download links for the latest version of Redsn0w:




Step 1: Upgrade your device to iOS 6.1. Since this is now public firmware, all users will be able to do this.
Step 2: Download the iOS 6.0 firmware for your device from our downloads page. The reason we need to do this is because RedSn0w 0.9.13b5 doesn’t support iOS 6.1 as of yet. We’re expecting the iPhone Dev team to update this after the untethered jailbreak releases.
Step 3: Download RedSn0w 0.9.15b3 from our downloads page.
Step 4: Connect your eligible device to your computer and place the device into DFU mode.
Step 5: Open RedSn0w, and click Extras > Select IPSW > and select the iOS 6.0 IPSW for your device as mentioned in Step 2 above. Click OK, and RedSn0w should successfully identify your iOS 6.0 firmware. If not, you are using the wrong firmware, or you downloaded the wrong version of RedSn0w.
Step 6: Click back, and then click the Jailbreak button. After a brief load, ensure Install Cydia is selected and then click Next. The jailbreak will commence, and eventually you should see your iPhone come alive.
Step 7: Once your device is back to the Lock screen, place it back into DFU mode.
Step 8: Click back in RedSn0w, and again, use Select IPSW to identify the 6.0 firmware as we did in Step 5. Once this is completed, click Just boot at the top of the Extras menu. This will perform a tethered boot on your device. As your device boots, you should notice a pwnapple logo that replaces the traditional Apple logo as you boot up.
Step 9: Once your device is back at the Lock screen, swipe to the second Home screen page, and you should see the Cydia app icon. Open Cydia, select Developer, and start using it.
Keep in mind, that again, this is a tethered jailbreak only. Hence, every time you want to reboot, you will have to perform the tethered boot portion of this tutorial to get back to the Home screen.
If this doesn’t sound like your idea of a good time, then by all means, wait a few days, and the real untethered jailbreak should be released.

Download Redsn0w all version

Download Redsn0w

Redsn0w
Redsn0w is one of the easiest and most popular tools to jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod Touchdeveloped by the iPhone Dev team.
Check out this webpage for the links to our latest step-by-step tutorials to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using Redsn0w.

Download links for the latest version of Redsn0w:


Direct download link for all the versions of Redsn0w:

sn0wbreeze tutorial guide

sn0wbreeze tutorial
by asha-telecom

This is a tutorial on how to use sn0wbreeze :) Some of you may ask, "What's sn0wbreeze?" It’s a tool developed by iH8sn0w for Windows OS and is used to build unlocked and signed IPSWs, which is important to those who want to preserve baseband and those who want to restore/downgrade to firmware which Apple is no longer signing.

You might be thinking "Wow that's neat!" Well, it gets better, sn0wbreeze has the ability to let you enable Battery Percentage, install packages into the custom IPSW, change root partition size, also add and delete default Cydia sources and even a built in IPSW downloader. This is great because this way when you restore to this special IPSW you iDevice will start out jailbroken; right after you do the setup (for iOS5) your second page in the homescreen will have Cydia, how great is that?? sn0wbreeze removes the need to use other applications like redsn0w and tinyumbrella to jailbreak and restore, it’s a one-step solution for jailbreaking :)

Currently the newest sn0wbreeze supports iOS 3.1.3, 3.2.x, 4.0.x, 4.1, 4.2.1 to 4.2.8, 4.3 to 4.3.3, 4.4.3, 4.4.4, 5.0.1, 5.1.1 and the application is Windows only, so no Mac or Linux support (Mac users have PwnageTool). Here's the link to iH8sn0w's official website: CLICK ME!!!. Here's a link to the insanelyi downloads page: CLICK ME!!!

To build custom IPSW just follow these easy steps:

1. Download sn0wbreeze from iH8sn0ws website, extract the application from the ZIP file, and launch the program (as administrator) 

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2. Click OK, click the arrow on the bottom right of the application and then either download the IPSW file using the built in downloader or, if you already have the IPSW, click browse to select the file. 

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3. After you download the IPSW or select it, it will show a screen verifying that the IPSW has been recognized. Now comes one of the important parts,sn0wbreeze will now ask you to select a mode. You are given the following options: 

iFaith Mode - lets you stitch SHSH blobs to the firmware (IPSW) first, and then you build the custom IPSW (Recommended for advanced users who may be downgrading)
Simple Mode - Adds Cydia, afc2 and other recommended stuff automatically and you go straight into the building the IPSW (Recommended for beginners)
Expert Mode – Gives you customization options and you get to pick which packages are built into the IPSW (Recommended for the more advanced users ;) )
Baseband Preservation Mode - Preserves baseband and immediately builds the IPSW(for iPhone users only)

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4. When you click iFaith Mode you can choose the SHSH blob you need to stitch to the IPSW, note to get the SHSH use tinyumbrella, here's the link:CLICK ME!!!. After you select the right SHSH blob you start the same process as the users who choose Expert Mode, so now read the instructions for Expert Mode which are 3 lines down :)

When you click Simple Mode sn0wbreeze immediately starts building the IPSW.

When you click Expert Mode you get 5 options, General, Unlocks, Custom boot logos, Custom packages and Build IPSW.

When you click Baseband Preservation Mode sn0wbreeze reminds you that this isn't a jailbreak and will ONLY preserve baseband, nothing else, and then will start building the IPSW. 


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Presuming you chose Expert Mode, if you choose General, it will be selected and you click the arrow to move onto the next screen. In General you are giving options to Enable Battery percentage. Activate the iPhone, Install SSH, Change root partition size and more.

Custom packages lets you add packages to the IPSW and you can use sn0wbreeze to search cydia and download these packages. Another feature is that you can change the sources that Cydia comes with, some iPod users might want to use this as they can safely remove ultrasn0w.

Unlocks has to do with unlocking iPhone's and Custom Bootlogos is only compatible with old bootroom 3GS Users and iPod 1g users. And finally, Build IPSW is what you select after you are done customizing your IPSW.

5. After you are done, just click Build IPSW and hit the arrow and sn0wbreeze will do its thing and after its done you get the screen posted below, which means your good to go :D

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For iOS 5.0.1 users, just use follow the instructions and put your device in Pwned DFU and then launch iTunes, Shift + Restore, pick your custom IPSW and just sit back and relax as your iDevice is restored, Good Luck

iFaith tutorial

iFaith tutorial

iFaithThe creator of sn0wbreeze – iH8sn0w – has done it again, he provided the jailbreak community a new type of jailbreak tool – called iFaith – that allows users to downgrade their installed iOS version to an older one – but only if they have backed up their SHSH blobs.
Backing up your SHSH blobs is an important step. Without them, you won’t be able to downgrade your firmware in the future when Apple releases updated firmware and stops signing the old.
Unlike the TinyUmbrella utility developed by @notcom, iFaith features the ability to create custom firmwares that are stitched together with your saved SHSH blobs. It’s good to mention that iFaith has its own caching server – while TinyUmbrella relies on Cydia’s server for retrieving saved SHSH blobs.
Like redsn0w, iFaith has the ability to boot your iDevice in Pwned DFU Mode, which is a special type of recovery mode that’s necessary for iTunes to recognize and restore to custom created firmwares.
A special feature of iFaith is the ability to allow users to dump SHSH files for the old firmware running on the device even if Apple is not signing the firmware. So if you have an iPhone 3GS running iOS 4.2.1, you can dump the SHSH blobs with iFaith and later you can restore iOS 4.2.1 to your iPhone – even if Apple isn’t signing 4.2.1 anymore.

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How to use GeekGrade - Windows


Rquirements:
 -  iso/ ipsw
iReb
- iTunes Installer 11.0 32-bit 64-bit
redsn0w



Process:
- First of all you have to make sure that your device is on a clean version of iOS. It mustn't be Jailbroken, otherwise the downgrade will fail!
If it's Jailbroken, restore it through the latest version of iTunes to the latest version of iOS avaible for that device
- Once you're on a clean version of iOS, you can begin the downgrade. Go in your Music folder and you will find another folder (inside Music) called "iTunes", rename it in "iTunes_orig"
- Now open up the Control Panel, and click on "Uninstall a Program"
- From the list, select "iTunes" and click on "Uninstall". Follow the steps on the screen to uninstall it
- Once you halleve uninstalled iTunes, right click on "iTunes instar 11.0" previously downloaded and select "Run as Administrator"
- Follow the steps to install the old version of iTunes (this will be a crucial step for the downgrade)
- Once you've installed iTunes 11.0, plug your device into your computer and put it in DFU Mode (if you don't know how to do this, here's a brief videotutorial)
- Ok, if your device is in DFU Mode, you can begin, right click on "iReb" and select "Run as Administrator"
- iReb will pop up on the screen. From there, click on the button that corresponds to your device model and wait few seconds.
- After 5 or 6 seconds, iReb will say that your device is in Pwned DFU State
- Now open up iTunes 11.0 and it will find your device in DFU Mode, now hold down shift on your keyboard and in the meanwhile, click on "Restore iPhone"
- Choose the GeekGrade_IPSW and click "Open"
- There it is! iTunes will flash the downgraded firmware!

After about 10 minutes, the process will finish and your device will reboot itself in Recovery Mode (iTunes + cable logo). Don't worry if you see the Recovery Image of the old firmware, it's normal!
You have to do a boot tethered in order to load the operating system. You must do this every time you want to switch it on after a shutdown. So let's see how to do that!

- Right click on RedSn0w and select "Run as Administrator"
- On RedSn0w, click "Extras", then click on "Select IPSW" and choose the Boot_IPSW downloaded previously
- Now click on "Just Boot"
- Make sure that your device is plugged into your computer and put it into DFU Mode
- Redsn0w will boot your device into the old iOS firmware, congrats!



ios download under


iPhone 4 (GSM 3,1)
- iOS 6.1.2 10B146 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 6.1 10B144 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.1.1 9B206 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.1 9B176 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.0.1 9A495 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.3.5 8L1 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.3.4 8K2 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.3.3 8J2 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.3.1 8G4 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.1 8B117 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.0.2 8A400 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW

iPhone 4 (GSM Rev A 3,2)
- iOS 6.1.3 10B329 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW

iPhone 4 (CDMA 3,3)
- iOS 6.1.3 10B329 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.1.1 10B329 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW

iPod Touch 4G (iPod4,1)
- iOS 6.1.3 10B329 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 6.1 10B144 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 6.0 10A403 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.1.1 9B206 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.1 8B176 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 5.0.1 9A405 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.3.5 8L1 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.3.3 8J2 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW
- iOS 4.1 8B117 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW

iPad 1 (iPad 1,1)
- iOS 3.2 7B367 GeekGrade_IPSW Boot_IPSW