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Public Jailbreak of iPhone OS 4 released

***Update Friday, April 16th: The jailbreak has been updated to Beta 1 which fixes some network issues.

MuscleNerd just released the first public jailbreak of iPhone OS 4.  With redsn0w 0.9.5, developers of jailbroken apps can get their apps ready for iPhone OS 4.0.  Currently, there isn’t much you can do with the jailbreak, until the developers get their apps working with the updated platform.  As of this writing, the jailbreak only supports the iPhone 3G and not iPhones with carrier unlockings.

Yeah, that’s our little jailbroken one.

 We’re looking forward to GVMobile (Google Voice), Myfi, Cycorder, and a few other little goodies.

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