08/22/2011 (press release: michaeltryet) // New York, NY, USA // David Andrews
Fast Unlock iPhone Team has released FastRa1n its untethered jailbreak and unlock iPhone 4 and 3Gs 4.3.5/4.3.4/4.3.3 for devices running iOS 5, as demonstrated earlier this week. The unlock– which allows unofficial software to be run on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch when running the new version of iOS – uses the original fastra1n bootrom exploit; still, the Fast Unlock iPhone reckons this particular release is for everyone.
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It is a big news for Windows and Mac users. FastRa1n is now available to download. If you are following the updates, you must know that this version only supports iPhone 4 3Gs and iPod Touch 2G that have been updated to iOS 4.3.5.
The FastUnlockiPhone.com Team always releases a new update to FastRa1n whenever Apple seeds a new beta of iOS 5 firmware. In the past, we have seen Fast Unlock make a release announcement with in 2-3 hours. This time, a whole day has passed and many are wondering as to why hasn’t even mentioned iOS 5 beta 5 in any of his tweets yet and to jailbreak and unlock iphone 4/3Gs 4.3.5/4.3.4/4.3.3. It is a known practice that he warns jailbreakers about updating to latest firmware, this time we saw none of that as well.
FastRa1n is easier and faster method to jailbreak and unlock iPhone 4/3Gs 4.3.5/4.3.4/4.3.3 or any iOS device, while FastSn0w allows users to preserve their baseband, which is useful for users who want to unlock their iPhone.
If you already jailbroke iOS 5b3 with the prior version of FastRa1n, you can just use this updated version to perform a tethered boot which resolves the problem. Otherwise, if you are new to jailbreaking iOS 5 beta 3, then just point this new version of FastRa1n at the latest 5.0b3 IPSW file.
It also threatens to irretrievably upgrade your baseband, which isn’t good news if you’ve been trying to preserve a baseband that’s unlockable. You’ll need a registered UDID – which you’ll have to have an Apple developer account to get – in order to use the jailbreak too.