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iPhone 3GS 32GB black for sale, great condition -- Rogers/Toronto Price adjusted

Hi, I'm selling an iPhone 3GS 32GB, just out of warranty. No problems, no scratches, great condition. Black. It's had a PowerSupport anti-glare screen protector on since birth; and also since birth a protective case. I have a couple of very nice gel cases which I'll include: in red, and purple. The cases have a great feel, and won't slide, but you can still put the phone in an empty pocket. Includes original box, power adapter.

This iPhone 3GS is locked to Rogers, and has never been jailbroken or unlocked.

In Toronto and area, in-person deal only. No trades. Cash only, and as a former Classifieds moderator I will be vetting the buyer.

$375.
 

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Is that important? Are you thinking about buying the phone? I'm asking since finding out which bootrom is a fairly intense process, unless you know of a quick one.


Any chance you know if this is an Old or New bootrom?
 

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Is that important? Are you thinking about buying the phone? I'm asking since finding out which bootrom is a fairly intense process, unless you know of a quick one.
If it is I am interested. As I would like to have an iPhone which can run iOS 5 untethered, and use Chatr as the carrier. (same sim pin as ROGERS)

If you have a PC nearby you can go to

iH8sn0w.com

And download iDetector or

Mac Users:

Step 1: Put your iPhone into DFU Mode (not recovery mode)

Connect your iPhone to your computer.
Turn iPhone off.
Start iTunes.
Hold Power and Home buttons together for 10 seconds or so.
Release Power button but keep holding the Home button until your computer recognizes a new USB device.
iTunes will now recognize your iPhone.
Your iPhone screen at this time should be blank (black in color), if not, then you are most likely in Recovery Mode, not DFU mode.

Step 2: Run "System Profiler" and navigate to: Hardware -> USB (menu on left).

Step 3: At the top right under “USB Device Tree” panel click “Apple Mobile Device (DFU Mode)”.

Step 4: Look for the string under “Serial Number”, as highlighted in the screenshot below.

Step 5: If it’s 359.3, iPhone 3GS has old bootrom. If it’s 359.3.2 or anything above that, it has a new bootrom.

Thanks
 
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