With the release of ultrans0w 1.2.2, iPhone dev team also released an official bundles update to their PwnageTool, which allows you to jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 untethered while preserving baseband of your iPhone, this update also allows you to modify your device like bootlogo, hacktivation of your iPhone.
To do untethered jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 and preserve baseband to unlock your iPhone later, just follow this below mentioned step by step tutorial of jailbreaking iOS 4.3.2 with PwnageTool.
First of all backup your device using latest version of iTunes, and download these files which you need in process:
- Pwnagetool 4.3.2 [Mirror]
- iTunes 10.2.2
- Stock iOS 4.3.2 iPSW file for you iPhone (Direct Links)
Step 1: Unzip the downloaded file of PwnageTool and launch it.
Step 2: Now go with Expert Mode in PwnageTool and select your iPhone or other device which you want to jailbreak and then click on blue arrow to continue to next step.
Step 3: Browse the iOS 4.3.2 (ipsw) file which you have downloaded before, and make sure you placed the firmware file on your desktop and then click on blue arrow to continue to next step.
Step 4: Give a hit to the build button for cooking custom iOS 4.3.2 firmware for your device. It will take some time to cook custom firmware.
Step 5: After cooking process, it will ask you to enter your device in DFU mode, and it will also help you in entering your device in DFU with graphical images, just follow the instructions and enter your device in DFU mode.
- Hold Power and Home buttons for 10 seconds
- Now release the Power button but continue holding the Home button for 10 more seconds
- You device should now be in DFU mode
Step 6: After entering iPhone in DFU mode, launch iTunes and it will tell you it has found an iPhone in recovery mode. Press OK to continue. To restore custom cooked iOS 4.3.2 firmware in your device just press Option key and then click on “Restore”. Now browse to the location where you saved the custom firmware select it, and let iTunes do its work.
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