How to find iPhone/iPod/iPad UDID

The other day a friend of mine asked me how he could find the UDID for his new iPhone 4. Therefore I have decided to compile this quick How-To Guide.

The UDID number is a 40-digit sequence of letters and numbers, associated with every iPhone and iPod touch device, it is really easy to find if you know how to.


1. Connect your device with the USB cable. Start iTunes on Windows or Mac.

2. Select your iPhone/iPod under Devices menu, and open its Summary Tab.

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3. You will see the word ‘Serial Number’ there, click on it.


4. Upon clicking, the word serial number will change to ‘Identifier (UDID)’.

5. A 40-digit UDID appears, which you can copy to clipboard using command (Ctrl + C on Windows) and (Command + C on Mac).

Below find a video demonstrating what is explained above.


iPhone Dev Team releases update of redsn0w (0.9.6b2)

If you have jail broken your iOS device in the past, or are considering taking the step, then this post will make you happy. The iphone Dev-Team has released the latest version of redsn0w (0.9.6b2), allowing you to jailbreak your iOS 4.1 device (iPhone 4 / 3GS, iPad, 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch and 2nd generation Apple TV) into the land of the free.

The tool is available for both Mac OS X and Windows, this build takes advantage of geohot’s recent limera1n exploit, which is the same one as the one used by greenpois0n and PwnageTool.

The Dev-Team has also incorporated two additional extras to this build. Firstly, “…custom bootlogos for iPhone3G/iPhone3GS/iPod2G users (with qualifying bootroms).” And secondly, “an option that implements the ‘DFU’ button in PwnageTool. This button (which you can use from Windows) lets you prepare your device for a custom DFU.

For the download and further details, check out the Dev-Team’s announcement post.

If you’ve already taken the jump and jail-broken your iOS device, then leave us a comment and let us know how it’s working.