Based on reader comments it looks like the various posts on iPhone jailbreaking, hacking, and unlocking for iPhone v1.1.1 has only resulted in confusing everyone, and I wouldn’t blame you, it has got me confused as well.
Unfortunately at this point of time things aren’t as easy as it was with iPhone firmware v1.0.2; however I have made an attempt to make it as simple as I possibly can for you to understand how to install the cool Installer.app (AppTap) application which in turn will let you install the unauthorized third-party applications on iPhone v1.1.1.
Before you proceed reading the article let me warn you (disclaimer) that the article below is based on information available on various websites on this topic, I haven’t tried any of these hacking procedures myself to confirm if these methods work one way or the other so you will be trying this at your own risk and hence I shouldn’t be held responsible in case it results in damaging your iPhone or voiding your warranty (though I think if you are reading this article you are already aware of it).
In order to install the Installer.app one of the requirements is to jailbreak your iPhone.
We have seen 3 methods of JailBreaking the iPhone which JailBreaking method should you use with iPhone OS v1.1.1?
The iPhone Dev Team had released their own method to jailbreak your iPhone OS v1.1.1. You are better of using this method one rather than the jailbreaking method post by iPhone hackers @ toc2rta who had released their jailbreak method that combines the symlink hack with a TIFF vulnerability found in the iPhone OS v1.1.1 firmware’s mobile Safari or the instructions published by iPhoneAlley to jailbreak the iPhone which was an early method of the iPhone Dev Team which was leaked by someone.
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