Jailbreakers And Unlockers Should Avoid Upgrading To iOS 4.3 For Now

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Mar 072011
 

We reported yesterday that iOS 4.3 GM has already been jailbroken using PwnageTool 4.2, unofficial custom bundles, Universal Ramdisk Fixes and tetheredboot utility.

BigBoss has just warned users who want to jailbreak and unlock their iPhone to avoid upgrading to iOS 4.3 until the official jailbreaking tools are released. Continue reading »

Verizon iPhone 4 (iOS 4.2.6) jailbreak now available for Mac and Windows, using greenpois0n

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Feb 072011
 

Aw, suki suki now! Merely hours after the first Verizon iPhone 4 units began to land in the hands of mere mortals, out pops two download links that you’ll most certainly want to give a little consideration to. Chronic Dev Team has just pushed out greenpois0n RC5.4 for Mac and Windows machines, enabling those with iOS 4.2.6 devices to uncage their phone and mate it with Cydia. Hit the links below to get started (including a tutorial over at Quickpwn), but make sure you consider all possible outcomes before doing the deed. Will your life be forever altered for the worse? Will your Verizon iPhone suddenly have less coverage than your old AT&T iPhone? Will you find the always-elusive “true happiness?” Let us know how fate treats you in comments below.

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How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 Using Greenpois0n (Mac) [4.2.1]

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Feb 042011
 

These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 using Greenpois0n for Mac. Greenpois0n has been updated to support the iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2.1 firmware. Use Limera1n if you want to jailbreak iOS 4.0, iOS 4.0.1, iOS 4.0.2.

Remember: Greenpois0n recommends a clean restore before continuing. Do not update to iOS 4.1 or iOS 4.2.1 if you need the unlock. Ultrasn0w does not support that baseband yet. The only exception is the iPhone 4. You can update to iOS 4.2.1 without upgrading your baseband by using TinyUmbrella. Start TSS Server->Start iTunes->Plug in your iPhone->Restore 4.2.1->Error 1013->Put phone into DFU Mode->Launch Greenpois0n. We will post more detailed instructions shortly.

Step One
Open your web browser of choice and navigate to http://www.greenpois0n.com. Click the Mac link at the bottom of the screen.

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Jailbreak Tool For iOS 4.1 For iPhone And iPod Touch Will Be Released On 10/10/10

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Oct 082010
 

We finally have some news for users who are eagerly waiting to jailbreak their iPhone or iPod Touch on iOS 4.1.

Joshua Hill, also known as p0sixninja from the Chronic-Dev Team has just tweeted that greenpois0n, the jailbreaking tool that makes use of the SHAtter exploit will be released on October 10.

He announced the release date of greenpois0n on this Twitter page: Continue reading »

GreenPois0n To Jailbreak iPad And iPhone OS 3.2?

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Mar 192010
 

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The iPad is still a good two weeks away from launch, but the jailbreak community is already gearing up towards discovering the vulnerabilities in order to jailbreak the tablet device.

The Chronic Dev Team has revealed that it is working on enhancing Greenpois0n; the team’s jailbreak software to work on the iPad.

The team has announced that work on discovering the vulnerabilities in iPhone OS 3.2 will commence as soon as the team gets hold of an iPad in a few weeks time. Chronic Dev Team has also been asking its users for donations to help them purchase an iPad for experimentation purposes. Joshua Hill, also known as p0sixninja writes to his followers on Twitter: Continue reading »