They posted a couple of videos where is clearly seen that iOS 5.1, iOS 6.1.3 and iOS 6.1.4 are untethered jailbroken. But you can’t find the video where you see the whole jailbreaking process. Here below you can see the video (of unthreadedjb fans I guess) with the whole process in action; from the first step to the last with Cydia running on iOS 5.1 after rebooting.
It seems to be real and I don’t think that it is fake. The unthredera1n tool is really working. Let’s wait for the final release of the hack to the public. Stay tuned and get more fresh news on this topic.
The release of a new unthreadera1n exploit to untethered jailbreak iOS 5.1 was earlier today. A program written for the operating system Linux and allows untethered jailbreak CDMA iPhone 4.
Exploit called UnthreadedJB, after the group of developers, which was engaged in its development. The good news is that the developers want to port their UnthreadedJB jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 / 4, which is much more interesting.
In this guide we’ll find out how to restore SAM unlock on your jailbroken iDevice while upgrading to iOS 5.1.1. The instruction will be extremely useful for those who have their activation ticket saved and want to use it on the newest firmware. So if you have unlock by Sam Bingner and your phone is working thanking to it right now – follow the steps below to unlock on iOS 5.1.1 jailbroken untethered with Absinthe 2.0.2.
Looks like Apple is so jealous about jailbreak term that they even banned this word on iTunes. MuscleNerd just retweeted planetbeing’s discovery concerning song search on iTunes. Looks like Apple have banned all the content that includes word ‘jailbreak’. That may have happened because the company still thinks that this procedure is illegal despite american laws clearly state that it is completely allowable. As you probably know the Apple’s license ceases its effect right after you jailbreak any of iDevices. So you have to restore to the stock firmware in case if you have any problems or questions concerning your gadget and need to bring it to Apple Store.
As you can see from MuscleNerd’s iPhone screenshot, all the iTunes entries that contain term ‘jailbreak’ are beeped with tiny stars. Those have nothing in common with unauthorized changing of iOS firmware’s innards and installing Cydia. Those are just songs and ringtones that you can buy for a regular price of $1.29.
If that’s what we think and Apple put a restriction for using this word in their music program then it looks pretty ridiculous. Maybe the next move will be banning such words as ‘unlock’, ‘downgrade’, ‘hackers’ and so on and so on. That would be very interesting to watch. It occurs to be even more confusing regarding last iOS update. If Cupertino company want to fight piracy and hackers so much, why didn’t they close the vulnerabilities that allow the jailbreak. Guys from jb community didn’t even have to search for new exploits and ways to pass iOS 5.1.1 security as you could perform the jailbreak with the same tools that were designed fro iOS 5.1. Those are older versions of redsn0w and the last version of sn0wbreeze that wasn’t updated fol the last few months.
So what could it be? Is it just a coincidence or Apple is really so afraid of this ‘word that you can’t say’ that it was disallowed on iTunes. What are your thoughts about it? Please feel free to share with us in the comments below or in social networks. Don’t forget to subscribe to follow the latest news about Apple world, jailbreaking and unlocking news and more.
Now all iOS 5.1.1 and iOS 5.1 users are waiting for HITB security conference in Amsterdam where untethered jailbreak can be declared.
I wrote you before about HITB security conference so then you know that there a lot of hackers (including pod2g) will come to the conference.
This post will explain how to fix iTunes errors 20 & 1600 during downgrading iOS. This problem is pretty common these days as many iDevice users were trying to downgrade from iOS 5.1.1 to lower versions to be able to jailbreak their devices. By the way today Apple closed signing for iOS 5.1 which means that downgrade to this version became much more complicated. If you are performing the device downgrade the we assume that you know what you are doing. Perform all the actions at your own risk.
About an hour ago pod2g tweeted that iOS 5.1 untethered jailbreak release date will come as soon as the couple of weeks. Hacker also said that he won’t release beta version for any money. About two weeks ago he posted a poll in which asked about iOS 5.1 untether release necessarity. Most of respondents answered that they would like to get the unlock right away, after it will be ready for public release. But pod2g’s thought differs from the others.
Yesterday I wrote you news that updated version of RedSn0w 0.9.10b8b was launched by iPhone Dev-Team. This updated tool brings minor updates and is good for Windows users. For more info go here. So let’s try it!
Today I want to show you how to jailbreak your iPad 2 or iPad 1 using RedSn0w 0.9.10b8b on Mac and Windows. All you have to do is to follow my steps. But first you must check compatibility of your iOS to untethered and semi-untethered jailbreak.
You may know that iPhone Dev-Team has recently released updated RedSn0w 0.9.10b8b that brings minor fixes. And now I want to show you how to jailbreak iPhone 4S, 4, 3GS running iOS 5.1 and lower.
I have to tell you that his jailbreak isn’t untethered for iOS 5.1 and iOS 5. You can only jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 untethered, other iOS firmware versions can be jailbroken semi-tethered. Also if your use iPhone 3GS on the old bootrom then you can perform untethered jailbreak on all iOS firmware.
iPhone Dev Team is working on their RedSn0w tool constantly and brings new and new updates. You may remember that after releasing SAM unlock, updated RedSnow 0.9.10b8 was developed to help to save iPhone activation ticket for future unlock. How to do it go here. Now the new 0.9.10b8b version brings one more update and you can download it in this post below.