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iPhone Dev team recently launched redsnow 0.9.14b1 for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS users giving them the ability to downgrade baseband 6.15.00 to a lower modem firmware which would allow those users the ability to use GPS on their devices. Well it seems that some of you who have been facing problems regrading downgrading baseband should get a fix soon in the form of a redsnow update.
Currently those users who have an iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G on iPad basebad 6.15.00 can not use GPS (Global Positioning System) which is crucial for navigation, especially with iOS 6 bringing 3D maps and turn-by-turn navigation this function is really important.
This problem was solved when iPhone Dev team released redsnow 0.9.14b1 which gave users ability to downgrade but unfortunately some users still couldn’t downgrade their baseband to a lower modem firmware. Well folks musclenerd, the leader of iPhone Dev team mentioned he is going to update redsnow to fix some problems regarding downgrade for baseband 6.15.00
ok, figured out why some 3GS phones refuse the iPad downgrade! Can fix that after receiving another loaner (delivery expected on Thurs)
So folks those of you who were constantly facing problems while downgrading baseband should get a fix soon in the form of redsnow 0.9.14b2.
Those of you who still haven’t tried the downgrading method can download redsnow 0.9.14b1 right now for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS users.