Time for another update on the iOS jailbreaking scene. It turns out that we are not far off from an untethered jailbreak. But let me first tell you what is the difference between a tethered jailbreak and an untethered jailbreak.
An untethered jailbreak means that you can reboot without connecting your iPhone to your computer.
Tethered jailbreaks on the other hand require you to connect your iPhone to a computer and run a tool such as iBooty.
An iPhone hacker who goes by the name ion1c has found an exploit in the latest iOS (4.3.1) which would allow an untethered jailbreak to be formulated. He has handed this exploit over to the iPhone dev team (the people behind the jailbreaking tools Redsn0w and Pwnage Tool). At the time of writing this, the iPhone dev team are in the middle of beta testing for this jailbreak and are now looking for the best way to implement it.
Hopefully, we should see this jailbreak released soon. Until then, here is my advice. Feel free to upgrade iOS 4.2.1. This will allow you to do an untethered jailbreak using greenpois0n. Whatever you do don’t upgrade past iOS 4.2.1.
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After a long wait, and some hard work from the chronic dev team. Greenpois0n RC5 has finally been released for windows. It’s an untethered jailbreak which now supports iOS 4.2.1, and you will be able use it with the following devices:
Now I have been getting reports of errors. Probably because there are a lot of people trying to download and jailbreak with greenpois0n RC5. Additionally, it is the second beta of greenpois0n so there are some bugs to be expected.
You can now go ahead and download greenpois0n RC5 for Windows and Mac by clicking here . However, iPhone Tutorial Videos cannot be held responsible for any damage caused to your iOS device.
Once you have tried it out for yourself, please come back here and let us know if you had any problems or not.
note 1: An untethered jailbreak means that you don’t have to run greenpois0n if you wish to reboot your iOS device. If it was a tethered jailbreak, then you would have to run greenpois0n to reboot your device.
note 2: You will not need to have the IPSW file for iOS 4.2.1 for your device on your computer for this jailbreak to work.
Until next time, this is Adiman423 on behalf of iPhone Tutorial Videos signing out.
Update as of 12/2/2011 at 11.04PM: Greenpois0n has been updated to RC6 and it now supports the Verizon iPhone 4 and the 2nd Generation Apple TV (Released in October 2011). If you are on the 2nd Generation Apple TV running iOS 4.1, you can now go ahead and upgrade to iOS 4.2.1.article spinning technology just for the wordpress user.
Nick Pack, an
iDroid developer, has just posted a video of an iPhone
3G running Android 2.3 Gingerbread (video embedded after the
break). It’s pretty sluggish, and the video quality is poor, but the
proof of concept is clear: it’s certainly Android 2.3 on an iPhone.
The same developer went
on to add that it’s still very early days for the port, and
that the “iPhone 4 port is under way and progressing steadily.” Of
course, once it runs on the iPhone 4, the Android 2.3 on the iPad is
just the tiniest of baby steps away.
While a public release of Android 2.3
for iPhone is probably a few weeks away, a stable build of Android
2.2 for iPhone is available from the iDroid site;
installation is pretty easy, and it runs quite well too.
so there you have it. A great way to get the best of both
worlds on an iPhone 3G. I have also left a video clip of this
above for you to have a look at. Though there may have been
performance issues with iOS 4 on the iPhone 3G, I am sure that when a
stable release of Android is ready, it should be usable. As
mentioned above, all of you iPhone 4 owners out there should also be
able to get in on the action soon as there will be a version of Android
for iPhone is in the works at the moment.
However, I should warn you that you will need to jailbreak
your iPhone if you want to try this out for yourselves.
I have an update for you all on the untethered jailbreak for iOS 4.2.1. The iPhone dev team have released a beta test version of redsn0w for macs. I have a good friend of mine who have tried this on an iOS device they had going spare and the news is not good. At the time of posting, the iPhone dev team have updated redsn0w to beta 3 and it is still for Mac. However, redsn0w still has some bugs.
If you want to jailbreak and you’re on iOS 4.2.1, and don’t mind having to run redsn0w every time you wish to reboot, then feel free to use the current stable release available here . Otherwise, stay well away from it. If you are on iOS 4.1 or lower, then do not upgrade to iOS 4.2.1 until further notice.
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So if you have been using a jailbroken iOS device, then you will know that Cydia is the place where you can get tweaks and apps which you would not find on Apple’s app store. You will also know that before, cydia used to be slow as well. However, I can assure you that these days are over. A new version of cydia has been released and I you can click here to find out how to download and install the new Cydia onto your iOS device.
I have installed the new Cydia on my iOS device and I can say that the new cydia is definitely faster and I highly recommend downloading it now. Don’t just take my word for it though, go ahead and see for yourself by downloading the new Cydia here. However, you will need to be prepared to spend some money on safari download manager.
In other jailbreak news, the iPhone Dev Team have released a new version of redsn0w for devices running iOS 4.2.1. However, this jailbreak is tethered. This means that every time you want to reboot your iOS device, you will have to plug it into your computer and run it through redsn0w to get yourself back to normal. Untethered means that you would not have to do this and when you do the jailbreak you are done, and you would not need to run your iOS device through redsn0w unless you have restored or upgraded your phone using a stock firmware. Therefore, I strongly suggest staying away from it until further notice.
If you are still on 4.1 or 3.2.2 on your iOS device and you are jailbroken, please stay away from 4.2.1 until further notice, but by all means, do download the new Cydia.
Also, be sure to follow me on twitter (@Adiman423)
Update, as of 27th November 2010: The iPhone dev team released their ultrasn0w unlock for iOS 4.2.1. At the moment, it will work on the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS. Support for the iPhone 4 will be added soon.
However, iPhone tutorial videos cannot be held responsible if you brick your iPhone doing this unlock.free plugin for wordpress hasn't ever been simple.
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