Untethered 4.3.3 jailbreak with Pwnage Tool 18.104.22.168 [Tutorial]
This a tutorial on how to do an untethered jailbreak for 4.3.3 using the new version of Pwnage Tool 22.214.171.124 This method is for OSX users only. Use this method if you wish to create a custom 4.3.3 firmware with Cydia pre-installed to restore with. If you have an unlockable baseband, this will preserve your baseband and allow you to unlock your phone using our Ultrasn0w 1.2.3 tutorial.
Step 1: Open Pwnage Tool 126.96.36.199 and select the device you are trying to jailbreak and click the next arrow.
Step 2: Select the expert mode option and browse for the firmare file that you downloaded for your device.
Step 3: The next screen you see is where you will select the options for your customized firmware. If you don't know what these options mean you can just leave them at default values. *IMPORTANT* If you have an unofficial carrier you MUST select the "Activate the phone" option under "General Settings" or your phone will not boot to the springboard after you restore.
Step 4: After you have selected the options click the "Build" button and then click the blue arrow to continue. At this point, Pwnage Tool will ask you where you want to save the custom firmware file to. Save it to your desktop to make things easy. After you have selected where to save the custom firmware, Pwnage Tool will begin to to build the firmware which will take approximately 5-10 minutes. Make sure not to walk away from your computer right away because Pwnage Tool will ask you to enter your administrator password to continue about 2 minutes into the process.
Step 5: Once Pwnage Tool is finished you will then see the custom firmware on your desktop(or wherever you saved it to). At this point, you must enter Pwned-DFU mode in order to restore the custom firmware. Follow the onscreen directions to put your device into DFU mode and Pwnage Tool will then apply Pwned-DFU mode.
Step 6: Now that you are in Pwned DFU mode and you have created your custom firmware with Pwnage Tool, all that's left to do is to do a alt/option+restore in iTunes and point it to the firmware you created with Pwnage Tool which should be on your desktop(or wherever you saved it). Make sure you restore the CUSTOM firmware and not the factory firmware.