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You do need to have the latest 2.2 firmware installed and jailbreak it first before you can proceed with the unlock, but after you’ve done that, simply install the app via Cydia/Installer, return to the Cydia Main Menu, reboot with the new SIM inserted , wait for 10-15 seconds before sliding to unlock, and that's it, your're done! However, do note that this is still a beta version so don’t be surprised if you hit some bumps along the way. PIN support is not available yet so you better disable PIN request on your SIM before proceeding. With that being said and you’re more than ready to give this unlock a try, you can find Yellowsnow at the following locations: Cydia: http://apt9.yellowsn0w.com/ Installer: http://i.yellowsn0w.com/ If you encounter problems along the way, you can read more about Yellowsnow at the iPhone Dev Team's blog or send them your complaints/feedback here so that an appropriate fix can be included in their next release. Happy unlocking guys!
- Upgrade to iTunes 7.7 and download the following files: WinPWN 22.214.171.124 , Firmware 2.0 (I think this is for the iPhone, I couldn't make it work on my iPod Touch. I used this instead for my Touch), 3.9BL and 4.6BL files (the last two files are needed for the iPhone).
- Run WinPWN and open the 2.0 IPSW file.
- Click IPSW builder and select the Applications you want to install.
- Go to Advanced and load the 3.9BL and 4.6BL files you downloaded.
- Click Build .ipsw at the bottom when you're done (this will take a while).
- Once it's finished, click the iPwner button in the Main Menu and select the customized IPSW you just created. If you’re successful, a messge informing you iTunes has been pawned will be displayed.
- Connect your iPhone/iPod Touch to your PC and put it into DFU mode.
- Hold down SHIFT and click restore.
- Select the IPSW file you just created and you’re done.
No word on the authenticity of the screenshots below, but if it were indeed legit, then you’re looking at the next generation of the TouchFLO interface from HTC.
The only thing for certain based on the report from The Unwired is that the project is codenamed Manila and that the images were leaked thanks to Mobile-Devices.ch. As for technical specs and further details, none are available. There is, however, a version ready for download at HTC Insider. Take note that this is not official, so do exercise caution if you decide to brave the download and install it.
So for now, let’s just assume that these are all authentic and let’s tease ourselves until HTC releases it as either an upgrade or bundled with one of their spanking new devices. I’m hoping that it will be both, but reason is telling me that it’ll most likely be the latter.
Oh well, you can’t blame a fellow for hoping.