WhiteD00r has now been updated for the first time to the version 4.2 to support iOS 4.2.1 custom firmware file. Version 4.2 comes with a few new features including a new multitasking method; but WhiteD00r 4.2′s largest improvement is in performance. For those who don’t know, WhiteD00r is an initiative to allow users with older iOS devices like the iPhone 2G/3G and iPod touch 2G to be able to experience the iOS 4 firmware while actually running a modified 3xx firmware file.
A perfect way for users who are not able to upgrade their iDevice at this time to still use the latest iOS 4 firmware’s features. Take a look at the difference in performance an iPhone 3G has running the WhiteD00r firmware vs the stock iOS 4.2.1 firmware.
This custom firmware, dubbed WhiteD00r, includes everything from: wallpapers, new semi transparent dock (and UI), backgrounds, all new icons from iOS 4.x, Voice Control, multitasking, video recording, and more.
You can watch out this newly updated WhiteD00r 4.2 in action comparing with the iOS 4.2 from the video embedded below.
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