Everyday, you may be using iPhone’s headset to make call, answer call or listen to music. With the single button design, it’s so intuitive that you know how to answer call or play back music.
But I guess not everyone know all the shortcuts provided by this single button.
Let me ask you. By using the headset, do you know:
how to send incoming call to voice mail?
how to ignore incoming call?
how to skip to the next song or go back to previous song when you’re listening music in iPod?
If you know all the answers, you’re definitely an iPhone Pro user and can skip the rest of the post. On the other hand, continue to read through it to learn about all shortcuts of iPhone headset.
There is a lot of confusion among noobies about jailbreaking and unlocking. One of our readers recently asked for a clear “non geeky” definition of both terms.
If you already know the difference between jailbreaking and unlocking, this article might not be very helpful to you but you may still be able to give us some insights or maybe add your comments and suggestions. If you don’t know what jailbreaking or unlocking means, then read on because you’re just about to get a crash course on iPhone hacking…
This guide and tutorial will show you how to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS using RedSn0w. After jailbreaking your iPhone 3GS, you will be able to unlock it using UltraSn0w should you want to. Note that this tutorial is for the iPhone 3GS but the steps are the same for the iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 2G. Read this for more information about the jailbreak that best fits your needs. This was done on a PC but I assume the steps are the same for Mac and Linux.
The software unlock solution for iPhone 3G – Ultrasn0w was released several days ago. All iPhone 3G got excited about this release as ultrasn0w. Unlike the previous unlock solution “yellowsn0w”, which can only unlock iPhone 3G with baseband 2.28.00, ultrasn0w can unlock any iPhone 3G with the latest baseband 4.26.08.