What bootrom version do I have?
Put your device to DFU mode
. Then go on depending on the operating system you use on your computer.
- Make sure your device is in DFU mode and connected to your PC.
- Open Device Manager (in Computer Management)
- Open node Universal Serial Bus controllers
- find your connected device (usually Apple Mobile Device USB Driver)
- Right-click on your device and select Properties
- Open tab Details
- In the Propery dropdown select "Device Instance Path". Please note that the list is no alphabetically sorted and that there are similar entries.
- In the Value field you can see a string. At the end of that string you find IBOOT and the version number.
(Mac description is missing)
For the iPhone 3GS, iBoot-359.3 is the "old" bootrom and iBoot-359.3.2 is the "new" bootrom.
For the iPod touch 2G, iBoot-240.4 is the "old" bootrom and iBoot-240.5.1 is the "new" bootrom.
Other devices don't have different bootrom versions and can be identified by the device itself.
last edit: 2012-10-09
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