It is interesting that 6.1.3 jailbreak iPhone 4 untethered solution was introduced not so long ago. This program was created by three well-known hackers, including winocm, SquiffyPwn and iH8sn0w, and officially released in the end of 2013 though iOS 6.1.3 firmware was launched nearly a year ago.READ MORE +
While a lot of users experience problems with the untethered iOS 7 jailbreak Evasi0n7 presented by the Evad3rs team, some people are still using iOS 6.1.3 – 6.1.5 devices which can be also untethered thanks to iH8sn0w and Winocm hackers who released their jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 untethered instruction for iPhone 4 / 3GS and iPod touch 4G owners.
Here is how you can perform the untethered jailbreak for these three devices. If you are already jailbroken with tethered jailbreak, you should follow the guide shared by iH8sn0w.
Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 Untethered for Tethered Gadgets
Step 2. Select “Changes” option located in the program’s footer.
Step 3. Click to “Refresh” [this feature is located in the upper left corner].
Step 4. When “Reloading Data” is done, you need to search for “p0sixspwn” file where 0 stands for zero and install this file on your device.
Step 5. Hooray! You are untethered jailbroken now.
Instruction for iOS 6.1.3 Jailbreak for Non-Jailbroken Users
Step 1. Download Redsn0w for jailbreaking iOS 6.1.3 iPhone or iPod touch [choose Mac or Windows version of the tool] and 6 IPSW file. This jailbreak is tethered till you follow the guide above to make it untethered.
Step 2. Launch Redsn0w and go to Extras – Select IPSW options.
Step 3. You should point the jailbreaking program to iOS 6 IPSW file.
Step 4. Choose Jailbreak in Redsn0w. You will see the guide on your screen. Follow it and remember to install Cydia when you are prompted to do so.
Step 5. Put the iPhone or iPod touch into DFU mode by following the on-screen guide.
Step 6. Tethered jailbreak process should begin and complete in a few minutes.
Step 7. You are now tethered jailbroken so complete the untethered jailbreak for tethered devices.
Fixes to Problems
Some iPhone 4 GSM users experience problems while jailbreaking. Here is a troubleshooting guide to fix iOS 7 jailbreak issues on iPhone 4 GSM.
Note. Hackers promise to update Sn0wbreeze and release jailbreak for A5+ gadgets.READ MORE +
iOS 6.1.3 was released last Spring, along with fixes that closed iOS 6.1.3 jailbreak. If you haven’t upgraded your firmware, don’t get it done since you will lose the jailbreak. For those who have up-to-date device to a more recent 6.1.3 you can’t downgrade and re-jailbreak using evasi0n. However, for those who have an A4 or older device you are able to jailbreak iPhone on iOS 6.1.3 using Redsn0w. But remember that this jailbreak is tethered. It’s untethered only for iPhone 3GS with the old bootrom. So, for anybody with a pre A5 device, here’s how you can jailbreak iOS 6.1.3.
- iPhone 4,
- iPod Touch 4
- iPhone 3GS
Make certain your system is running on iOS 6.1.3 before you begin. Also there are some other requirements:
Jailbreak iPhone 4, 3GS Redsn0w for iOS 6.1.3 | Guide
Step 1 Open Redsn0w, choose Extra then Select IPSW.
Step 2 Direct Redsn0w to iOS 6 IPSW you downloaded earlier.
Step 3 Now, in the primary screen in Redsn0w choose Jailbreak and make certain you do as instructed which will appear on screen.
Step 4 When you’re requested to, select Install Cydia.
Step 5 Next you’ll be requested to place device into DFU mode – Redsn0w provides you with full instructions regarding how to do that.
Step 6 Redsn0w should now start the tethered jailbreak process on your device. This will take a maximum of a few moments to accomplish. You will notice codes running on screen of the phone.
Step 7 After the process will be completed you will need to boot your device tethered and I will show you how to do that.
Remember this jailbreak is tethered. When your device reboots or else you lose battery, you’ll be stuck on Apple logo. All that you should do is connect your device to your computer, open Redsn0w, choose Extra after which click Just boot. Follow instructions and your device will boot up jailbroken again.READ MORE +
Unbelievable method to unlock with Ultrasn0w iPhone 3GS on iOS 6.1.3 baseband 05.16.08 (which is not supported by Ultrasn0w). To be honest I found the video on YouTube where the user ultimateidevicevids, showed interesting way to unlock 6.1.3 baseband with famous tool.
Last time I showed you how to use Ultrasn0w on iOS 6.1.3 iPhone 4, 3GS with old (preserved) baseband but here below you will definatelly find something new.READ MORE +
The new firmware v6.1.3 is released for iPhone users, and a lot of you might wonder whether it is possible to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 since evasi0n exploit doesn’t support this operating system. There is a solution for pre-A5 iPhone owners. They can perform the jailbreak using Redsn0w.READ MORE +
Apple seeded its fifth beta of iOS 6.1 to developers on Saturday. Even though it happened recently you can already jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 5 devices, particular models of iPhone and iPod touch. Not everyone can perform this jailbreak so you must first be sure 100% that you are eligible.
So what requirements should you meet? You should really want to jailbreak your gadget and you should understand that this process is tethered [in other words it requires tethered boot on every reboot]. Or you can wait for iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak from evad3rs team.READ MORE +
Would you like to activate unlocked iPhone after restore and keep jailbreak after factory unlock? There is no need to upgrade to iOS 6 version if you wish to activate the iPhone 5 / 4S / 4 after it has been factory unlocked. I will show you how to activate an iPhone after unlock and help you successfully perform this task. Just follow one of our user guides and you will do fine.READ MORE +
After writing detailed guide on how to downgrade iOS 6.0.1 to iOS 6 and 5.1.1 I received messages from some users that they had problems when they had been trying to downgrade iOS 6.0.1 to iOS 5.1.1, so I decided to show you another method to do that.
This method almost the same as previous, even simpler. Redsn0w is the tool you need and, as you might think, saved iOS 5.1.1 SHSH blobs because you won’t perform successful downgrade without it. But let us all in order.READ MORE +
Last night Apple released a new test build iOS 6.1 beta 2 for iDevices. This version was designed for the developers, who have Apple developer’s account, to test apps and game on it. But don’t worry if you don’t have Apple account because you can download beta 2 using direct links in step 1 of my tutorial guide on how to jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 2 using latest tool from iPhone Dev Team – Redsn0w 0.9.15b3.
The jailbreaking is easy and much the same as iOS 6.1 beta 1 jailbreak process. It is tethered jailbreak and can be performed only on A4 devices (iPhone 4, iPhones 3GS, iPod Touch 4). So if you are iPad 2 owneror iPhone 4S users or any other new Apple device.
Oh, BTW, you can jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 2 untethered on iPhone 3GS using the same steps like in this guide for iOS 6 but using Redsn0w 0.9.13b3 and iOS 6.1 beta 2 firmware.
How to Jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 2 Tethered
Step 2. Download Redsn0w 0.9.15b3 here.
Step 3. Now unzip and launch Redsn0w. If you are OS X Mountain Lion user holding Ctrl click on the tool and select Open from the menu. If you are windows user run it as Administrator.
Step 4. Go to Extras -> Select IPSW and specify in the IPSW file iOS 6.0 (not iOS 6.1 beta 2) on the device for which you are performing the jailbreak.
Step 5. Go back to the main screen and click Jailbreak button, then select Install Cydia and prepare your gadget to enter DFU mode. To do this turn your iPhone off, click Next and follow onscreen instructions.
Step 6. If you will successfully put your iPhone into DFU, Redsn0w will jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 2.
Step 7. When the process will be completed click «Autoboot this device when it connects in DFU mode» to switch to tethered jailbreak.
After rebooting you will see that iOS 6.1 beta 2 on your iPhone is jailbroken and you can use Cydia will its tweaks. But remember that this jailbreak it tethered which means that you need to boot your device tethered every time your iPhone is dead or you need to restart it. For this just connect your device to the computer and open Redsn0w. Go to Extras – Just Boot and follow instructions.READ MORE +
If you are looking to find the way to downgrade iOS 6.0.1 to iOS 6 or even to 5.1.1 you can perform it here using my tutorial guide. On Friday Apple company released iOS 6.0.1 for all iOS devices and everyone can enjoy it. However if you are waiting for something special from the latest firmware I have to disappoint you because, except bug fixes and some improvements, there is no reason to do that and better wait for iOS 6.1 release next year.
Why wait? Just read this post why not update to iOS 6.0.1. The main reason is untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1 which, according to the rumors, may be released this year.READ MORE +