Whether you have yet to apply the untethered "Absinthe" Greenpois0n jailbreak to your A5-powered iDevice or are wondering about some unexpected issues afterwards, we have new information to help you make sure things go as planned.
The iOS hacker hard at work developing a jailbreak solution for the iPhone 4S has updated his blog again, this time answering questions regarding his progress and the issues he has encountered in attempting to find an exploit for Apple's dual-core A5 processor.
The iOS hacker responsible for untethering our Apple A4 devices under iOS 5.0.1 has uploaded a post to his blog, in which the recently released exploit and package (called “Corona”) are discussed in-depth.
The iPhone Dev-Team has recently updated redsn0w, adding full support for iOS 5.0.1. The new version of the jailbreak tool, marked "redsn0w 0.9.9b9b," is available to download from the iPhone Dev-Team's website.
The famous iOS hacker @pod2g has recently updated his blog a number of times, noting that he has managed to apply an untethered jailbreak solution to his iPhone 3GS, original iPad and iPod touch (fourth generation), all of which are running iOS 5.0.1. The news comes following a previous update, in which @pod2g announced that he had been able to untether the iPhone 4 running iOS 5.0.1, also.
The iPhone Dev-Team has released a new and improved version of redsn0w, its popular jailbreak tool. Now, users of the software can take advantage of a variety of exciting features, including the ability to kick an iOS device out of recovery mode, and support for those all-important SHSH blobs.
The iPhone Dev-Team recently updated its jailbreak tool "redsn0w" to add support for iOS 5 beta 7. Importantly, the recently updated redsn0w "explicitly supports" the seventh beta version of iOS 5 (as noted by @MuscleNerd), meaning users don't have to point the application at iOS 5 beta 6 when jailbreaking iOS 5 beta 7.
Following the release of iOS 5 beta 4, the iPhone Dev-Team updated its redsn0w jailbreak software. Now, the latest version of redsn0w has the ability to jailbreak iOS devices running the fourth beta version of iOS 5.
Yesterday, Apple released the fourth beta version of iOS 5, which was available to download "over-the-air." However, a recent Twitter update by iPhone Dev-Team member @MuscleNerd notes that these OTA updates are currently not compatible with jailbroken iOS devices. He notes that the limitation is "almost like a present from Apple."
Earlier today, the jailbreak mastermind @comex released JailbreakMe 3.0 - an online, Web based jailbreak solution that even supports the second generation iPad. Now, we're hearing that @comex has also released PDF Patcher 2 in Cydia: A jailbreak package that fixes the PDF exploit JailbreakMe takes advantage of.
The famous jailbreak mastermind, @comex, has recently updated JailbreakMe - the online jailbreak solution, which has previously launched twice. For a while now, many have expected @comex to relaunch JailbreakMe with added support for iOS 4.3.3 and possibly even the second generation iPad. However, as of this moment, no such update has taken place.
Following the release of redsn0w for iOS 5, @iH8sn0w has released a new version of sn0wbreeze, which also supports the first beta version of Apple’s upcoming software update. The news hit the Web hours ago, via @iH8sn0w’s Twitter account.