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FireCore Updates Seas0nPass To Add Untethered Jailbreak For Apple TV 5.3
FireCore has added support for Apple TV 5.3 firmware to its jailbreak applications.
| January 5
Seas0nPass Updated To Provide Tethered Jailbreak For Apple TV 5.2.1
Seas0nPass has recently been updated, and is now compatible with the Apple TV's 5.2.1 software.
| April 21
FireCore Updates Seas0nPass: Adds Support For 5.0.2 Firmware
Not too long ago, Apple pushed out a new version of its Apple TV software: firmware 5.0.2. Though, in terms of new features, the software is somewhat lacking (so lacking, in fact, that Apple has yet to publish a change-log for the new firmware over on its support page), that doesn't mean the folks over at FireCore haven't bothered updating their Seas0nPass jailbreak tool accordingly.
| June 7
FireCore Releases New Version Of Seas0nPass: Support For Apple TV 5.0.1
FireCore has recently updated its Seas0nPass jailbreak tool, adding support for the second-generation Apple TV under firmware 5.0.1 (iOS 5.1.1).
| May 12
FireCore Launches Updated Seas0nPass, Adds 5.0 (iOS 5.1) Compatibility
The folks over at FireCore have launched a brand-new version of Seas0nPass, adding 5.0 (iOS 5.1) compatibility. This means fans of Seas0nPass can now update to the most recent version of the Apple TV OS (which adds a new interface, and a bunch of other new features), while still enjoying the many benefits FireCore's jailbreak software provides.
| March 31
Jailbreak Only: Seas0nPass Updated - Untethers Latest Version Of Apple TV's Operating System
Great news, Apple TV owners: FireCore has recently updated its Seas0nPass jailbreak solution for Apple's set-top box, adding untethered jailbreak support for the latest version of its operating system (4.4.4).
| December 31
Jailbreak Only: Seas0nPass Updated, Now Supports Apple TV 4.1.1
FireCore recently updated its Seas0nPass jailbreak tool. Now, the software can provide Mac owners with an untethered solution for their second generation set top box. While a Windows version is not currently available, FireCore notes that it will be “available soon.”
| February 23