Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Jailbreak 4.3.2 using RedSn0w guide, untethered jailbreak

Jailbreak 4.3.2 using RedSn0w guide, untethered jailbreak - Just as we announced this past weekend, the possibility of untethered jailbreak was just around the corner so much so that today we are approaching a guide to perform untethered to any device jailbreak iPhone 4 / iPhone 3G, iPod iPad Touch 3G/4G and the original-no iPad 2 -.

Then we leave our phone with which you can enjoy your device with jailbreak . However, we must discuss in advance, in case you need to unlock the terminal-release-for use with another company, you should wait as PwnageTool and Sn0wBreeze solutions, which will be discussed as available.

0.9.6RC14 Redsn0w IOS devices running on 4.3.2 iPhone 4, iPgone 3G, iPad, iPod touch 3G/4G. That is, for now, still no possibility for iPad 2.

* 10.2.2 iTunes
* 0.9.6RC14 Redsn0w
* 4.3.2 iOS for your device

4.3.2 jailbreak guide with Redsn0w iOS untethered

- Step 1. Update your device officially iOS 4.3.2 update via iTunes rather 10.2.2 or restored from iTunes (Shift + Restore-Win-/ Alt + Restore-Mac-) to the 4.3.2 IPSW downloaded from the link above. This IPSW will be needed later, so you better not delete it after upgrading.

- Step 2. Run RedSn0w 0.9.6RC14 and press the Browse.

- Step 3. Now select the file iOS 4.3.2 IPSW for your device and click Open .

- Step 4. Click Next and you'll come to a screen of options, in which case, installing Cydia , jailbreak required option for untethered, we can choose some extra options such as allowing custom logos on boot or show battery percentage remains. Press Next .

- Step 5. Now it is time to move the terminal to DFU mode by following the instructions on screen: connect the device to the USB port and shut it off completely. Press the button Next and continue with the traditional procedure: starting with the Home and Power buttons for 10 seconds and then release the power button, while the Home is tightened for a few seconds and Redsn0w recognize it.

- Step 6. Here begins the jailbreak itself and in the end, the terminal will automatically restart mode on iOS untethered jailbreak 4.3.2 .
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