Evasi0n Update Release for iOS 7.1 Beta 3 Jailbreak and More Fixes

Users with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch who have installed iOS 7.1 beta 3 can now officially jailbreak this firmware. Apple presented its third beta version for the latest mobile operating system for fruit devices not so long ago. The first developers and iOS users who have updated to this beta were able to perform unofficial untethered jailbreak since previous Evasi0n tool didn’t officially support this beta.

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How to Upgrade to iOS 7.1 Beta 2 [Direct Download Links]

Apple has presented its second update to iOS 7.1 firmware for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. This testing version has been seeded to developers who are registered in Apple Dev center. We will share direct links where you can download iOS 7 beta 2 right now and see what changes it offers to the fruit fans.

The new beta comes under the build 11D5115d. This is the second upgrade that follows iOS 7 beta 1 release presented in the middle of November. Apple fixes some bugs and problems, adds new improvements and solves crash logs. For example, there should be no problems with iTunes Match that caused long loading time in previous firmware beta version.

iOS 7.1 Beta 2

The second beta is also believed to supports iOS in the car feature [hands-free possibility for drivers to listen to music, make calls, use Siri etc.]. It was first talked about back in June. Still it wasn’t included in the official iOS 7 September launch. The firmware update comes with Car Display settings.

Download iOS 7 Beta 2 Links

iOS developers can log in into their Apple Dev Center account and download the new firmware beta from there. You can also use one of the links below depending on the device and model you have.

Since this is another beta, you are highly advised to create iPhone / iPad backup before you install iOS 7 beta 2. In case anything goes wrong you will be able to save your information using the backup.

If you would like to downgrade iOS 7.1 beta to iOS 7 you can do it any time you need.

Get iOS 7 beta 2 for your particular device [select the model]:

iPad mini

iPad Air

iPad 4

iPad 3

iPad 2

iPhone 5S

iPhone 5c

iPhone 5

iPhone 4S

iPhone 4

iPod touch

Download the file and plug your iDevice to your PC / Mac. Launch iTunes and choose the option that says “Restore” using the beta 2 file for iOS 7.1 [you can find it by the ending .ipsw]. If you are using Mac machine, press down alt/option key while restoring. If you are using Windows, you need to press down Shift key while restoring.

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How to Unlock iOS 7.1 Apple iPhone Instruction

Are you used to get free or cheap iPhone unlock with Ultrasn0w, R-SIM, X-SIM, SAM or similar methods? You might be upset to hear they don’t work for iOS 7.1 iPhone models and there is no information whether and when developers update these tools.It is confirmed by our readers that R-SIM 8 for iPhone 5C / 5 / 4 / 4S and R-SIM 9 for iPhone 5S are working on iOS 7.0.x versions. But there is no confirmation that such turbo SIM unlock works on iOS 7.1.

There is great news for users who wish to get affordable iOS 7.1 unlock for iPhone 5S, 5c, 5, 4S and 4 as we are offering such factory unlock by IMEI code solution that is fast, simple, safe and permanent.

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I know that there is only iOS 7.1 beta 1 available at the moment of writing this article but with factory unlocking you can prepare your device for the update to the public version without fear to be locked again.

It’s not news that IMEI unlock has been performed by millions of Apple fans who are happy they are lucky owners of unlocked smartphones that work with ALL SIMS and ALL countries across the world. Such tool is suitable for any iPhone model, any version of iOS, any baseband and most carriers, including AT&T, O2, Vodafone, Telus, T-Mobile, Verizon, Orange, Fido and tons of others.

Why is it cool to get unlock for iOS 7.1 smartphone? You get a more expensive gadget with a lot of exclusive apps, ability to switch between networks, preserved Apple warranty etc.

Easy iOS 7.1 Unlocking Steps

Are you eligible for unlocking service? You are if your IMEI is clean, your handset is activated with the network you want to unlock it from, your network is supported.

Step 1. Find your IMEI code and use IMEI checker service to know your carrier name and “clean” status.

Step 2. Place order for unlocking on trusted and official online service and this is the only thing you need to do.

Step 3. Now wait for emails: confirmation email and, after successful unlocking, a guide on how to complete the process through iTunes.

Step 4. Get an unsupported SIM card and finish the unlock.

You should be now one of the happy users with a permanently unlocked gadget. In other words, you can install new iOS firmwares, update your baseband / modem, sync, restore via iTunes and do other things with your smartphone without being afraid to lose unlocked status.

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Install Cydia on iOS 7.0 – 7.0.4 / 7.1 Devices

Being able to install Cydia on iOS 7 means being jailbroken. This is a great news and state for all iPhone / iPad / iPod touch users who don’t like to be limited by Apple in terms of applications, games and programs. Having Cydia on your iDevice gives you an opportunity to download third-party apps and software, improve your experience with the smartphone or tablet and get new features unavailable to non-jailbroken gadgets.

Install Cydia on iOS 7

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How to Downgrade iOS 7.1 Beta to Version 7.0.4

Even though the new iOS 7.1 beta 1 was intended for developers testing only, some iPhone and iPad users could upgrade to this firmware version manually. The operating system is beta meaning it has a lot of bugs and problems. Some people might like to downgrade iOS 7.1 beta back to v.7.0.4 and here is how you can do this.

This guide is meant for iPhone 4 users only. So if you have this iPhone model with iOS 7.1 beta 1 installed on it you can get back to iOS 7.0.4 with ease by following these simple steps.

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Downgrade iOS 7.1 Beta

Here is what you need to do to get back to iOS 7.0.4 from the latest beta available for developers to test.

Step 1. You need to find and save iOS 7.0.4 as it will be important for successful downgrading.

Step 2. You should also use your iPhone with iOS 7.1 beta 1 on it, iTunes and a USB cable.

Step 3. Connect iPhone to iTunes via the cable.

Step 4. Enter the DFU mode. It does look like restore process and it is mostly this manually procedure. You need to press and hold Power button for approximately 5 seconds and add Home button for another 10 seconds (don’t release the Power key yet). Keep pressing on the Home key while releasing the Power for about 15 seconds and you will enter DFU state [the screen will become black].

Step 5. iTunes will suggest you need to get restored. Press down SHIFT for Windows / Alt/Option for Mac and select Restore option.

Step 6. Point the program to iOS 7.0.4 file you downloaded and enjoy getting back to this firmware version.

P.S. You can also downgrade iOS 7.1 beta 1 iPhone 4 to earlier versions of iOS 7.x and 6.x following the similar procedure. We need to mention that this method will be useless with the public iOS 7.1 release because Apple will not sign v.7.0.4 after launching 7.1.

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First iOS 7.1 Beta Review: New Features and Downloading Links Without UDID

Fruit app developers and users without developer account can download iOS 7.1 beta for iPhone, iPod and iPad devices. This new firmware version comes under the build 11D5099e. Right now it is available to devs only but other iOS users can get an idea what Apple is going to change with the official iOS 7.1 release for public customers.

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iOS 7.0.4 [iOS 7.1] Launch Is Highly Expected

iOS 7.0.4 or iOS 7.1 release should be the next update for Apple mobile firmware. More and more iPhone, iPod and iPad users are waiting to see its release because they are tired of all the bugs and problems discovered in current updates.

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Release Date Predictions of iOS 7.0.1 / 7.0.2 / 7.1

Customers continue to place pre-orders for the new iPhone 5S and 5c devices. Apple is about to roll out its new iOS 7 to public and ship smartphones to the retailers’ stores. While most of users keep waiting for both the firmware and handsets official releases Apple is rumoured to continue working on its next iOS 7.0.1, iOS 7.0.2, iOS 7.1 release date.

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