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  1. Limera1n

    Limerain for Windows only.

    It's beta 2 and should be safe for all iOS devices

    For more info: http://limera1n.com/




  2. Redsn0w 0.9.6b1 (Windows)

    The jb tool RedSn0w, for firmware 4.0 and 4.1. iPod Touch 2G and iPhone 3G only.

    Windows VERSION!




  3. RedSn0w 0.9.6b1 (OS X)

    The jb tool RedSn0w, for firmware 4.0 and 4.1. iPod Touch 2G and iPhone 3G only.



    1 comment


  4. Spirit for Mac OS X

    Spirit is an JAilbreking tool for 3.1.2, 3.1.3, or 3.2 (not 3.2.1).




  5. TinyUmbrella voor iOS 4 & 4.0.1

    Eerst rechts klikken en op uitpakken drukken (hier uitpakken)


    Windows Versie TinyUmbrella Gebruik hem om je SHSH blobs te bewaren en snel voor vrijdag, dan komt 4.0.2 uit en is het te laat!!


    Sluit je iPod of iPhone & iPad aan op je PC of Laptop

    Dan open je umbrella

    Als er staat Connect a device en je kunt niet op Save my SHSH drukken klik dan op Connect a device en kies voor je iPod of andere iDevice Druk dan op Save My SHSH en kies voor 4.0 (iOS 4) op een iPod en bij een iPhone voor 4.0.1.


    Suc6 By Jackieboy8




  6. PwnageTool 4.1

    PwnageTool 4.0 Release Info

    On Monday, Apple released firmware 4.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. ?This of course was a major upgrade.

    As advised, you shouldn�t have upgraded your devices if you have previously relied on our tools for hacktivation and/or a carrier unlock.

    With that said, today we are releasing PwnageTool 4.1


    Each supported device has few different scenarios that users need to consider when performing the upgrades, you need to check below and perform the upgrade in the particular way that matches your current device state.?

    NB: With PwnageTool 4.1 certain devices are?not supported??this is because they are not supported in iOS 4.0 or they are not supported by our software. ?We�re working on ways to get past these restrictions.

    iPhone 2G ?- not supported

    iPod Touch - not supported

    iPod Touch 3G - not supported

    PwnageTool 4.1 only recognizes the official IPSWs that came out yesterday. ?If you had developer access to the "4.0 GM� IPSWs, do not try to use those.

    iPhone 3GS

    Summary: Currently, PwnageTool only works on previously jailbroken 3GS devices with the old bootrom.?

    If you have a Jailbroken iPhone 3GS with the OLD BOOTROM and you DID NOT use Spirit to jailbreak then you can create the ipsw with PwnageTool 4.0 and restore with your jailbroken recovery mode.?

    If you have an iPhone 3GS with the NEW BOOTROM this is NOT supported by PwnageTool 4.1

    iPhone 3G

    If you have a?Jailbroken iPhone 3G at 3.1.2?(but?not?jailbroken with Spirit) then you should create the ipsw with PwnageTool 4.0 and restore from recovery mode or DFU mode.

    If you have an?out of the box iPhone 3G?you should restore using a PwnageTool 4.1 ipsw using DFU mode.

    If you have a Jailbroken 3.1.3 iPhone 3G it is?very possible?that this can fail from recovery mode, if this failure happens you will need to restore using DFU mode.

    As an alternative to PwnageTool, you can use redsn0w on iPhone 3G (on both Windows and Mac) as mentioned in our last post.

    IMPORTANT!?Whenever you need to enter DFU mode, you will need to do so?using PwnageTool.

    ?iPod touch 2G

    If you have an iPod touch 2G (non-MC model) that is jailbroken (but not with Spirit) then you can restore using recovery mode.?

    As an alternative to PwnageTool, you can use redsn0w on non-MC iPod Touch 2G (on both Windows and Mac) as mentioned in our last post.

    Baseband Unlock

    As you probably know by now, ultrasn0w has been updated to cover all basebands from 04.26.08 onward. ?Many thanks [email protected]_hashim?for finding the crashing command that the new ultrasn0w 0.93 uses! ?He worked hard at finding the crash, and he kept it confidential until the right time to use it.

    iPhone 3G and 3GS baseband unlockers (those who rely on ultrasn0w to make phone calls) should always be very wary to update their firmware, however our Ultrasn0w application will unlock all recent (including the current) 3GS and 3G baseband firmware versions. ?Once you are jailbroken using PwnageTool 4.1, install ultrasn0w from Cydia and you�ll be unlocked. ?

    Remember! This baseband unlock situation is rare, should you upgrade your iPhone blindly at the next iOS release please don�t expect an unlock - but for?now?you are OK (whatever state your baseband is in).




  7. redsn0w 0.9.5 BETA (update: 6/17/2010)

    The redsn0w beta has been updated for 4.0GM on iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G (non-MC version). Multitasking and homescreen wallpaper are turned on by default (Apple doesn't normally allow this on these 2 devices). You can deselect these features if you choose.

    A version for Windows is now provided.

    Just like our other betas, this one intentionally doesn't "hactivate?? the iPhone. Please wait for Apple's public release of 4.0 for that part of it.

    YOU SHOULD STAY CLEAR OF THIS BETA SOFTWARE IF YOU RELY ON A CARRIER UNLOCK. That's because the beta redsn0w works only if your device has already been upgraded to the stock 4.0beta1/beta4/GM IPSW from Apple, which contains a baseband update. If you installed that IPSW, you've already lost the carrier unlock until the next planned release of ultrasn0w and blacksn0w.




  8. PwnageTool bundle for 4.0GM

    This is a bundle to create a custom firmware of the 4.0GM using PwnageTool 3.1.5. Hit "Show Content" to open PwnageTool.app, put the bundle in the firmwarebundle direcory. Then download redsn0w 0.9.5b5-1 (Download), extract it and put the Cydia folder of redsn0w.app into PwnageTool 3.1.5.

    Create a custom firmware, and then put your jailbroken iPhone 3GS in recovery mode and do a shift+restore.

    NOTE: this will only work on old bootrom 3GS's which are on 3.1.2 pwnt.




  9. Spirit

    What's Spirit?

    Spirit is an?untethered?jailbreak for?iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch?on the latest firmwares.

    Spirit is?not a carrier unlock.

    If you currently are using a?tethered?jailbreak, you have to restore to use Spirit.?Do not upgrade?if you use an unlock on an iPhone 3G or 3GS. (You can, however, restore to 3.1.2 if you have SHSH blobs for that version.)


    Any?iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch?on firmware?3.1.2, 3.1.3, or 3.2.

    An?activated?device: one not stuck on the?Connect to iTunes?or?Emergency Call?screen.

    Any version of?iTunes 9?(including 9.1.1).

    Syncing with iTunes before trying this is?highly recommended.

    Note:?On iPad, all this is still sort of beta. Some packages in Cydia, not designed for iPad, might screw up your system and require you to restore. Be careful. (And no, Cydia's appearance is not final.)

    There are 2 versions: Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Try the linux version here: click




  10. redsn0w 0.9.2

    A cross-platform jailbreaking, unlocking, and customizing tool for iPhones and iPod touches. Customizations include boot logos, recovery logos, and "verbose?? boot. It's a standalone program that doesn't use iTunes (no custom IPSWs are involved).

    This release supports:

    All iPhones and iPod touches (still a tethered-only JB for late-model devices though)
    Apple firmware 3.0 and 3.1.2
    Windows and Mac OSX (x86 only for now)

    edsn0w doesn't require a system restore like PwnageTool does (it doesn't even use iTunes at all). On the other hand, PwnageTool can prevent your baseband from being upgraded when you upgrade your firmware, preserving your unlock. (redsn0w doesn't touch your baseband but it doesn't help preserve it during an upgrade either).

    redsn0w works by modifying your current filesystem, so your existing baseband, data and applications should remain intact.




  11. PwnageTool 3.1.5 (Mac OS X)

    Apple released firmware 3.1.3 for the iPhone and iPod touches. ?Unless you’ve personally observed a problem with the reporting of your battery percentage, there’s?no reason to update to 3.1.3. ?We know some of you will want to anyway. ?Superbowl Sunday’s PwnageTool 3.1.5 for Mac OS X will let you do so safely, preserving your jailbreak and ultrasn0w unlock. ?(If you use the blacksn0w unlock (at baseband 05.11.07), you need to stay at 3.1.2.)

    iPhone 3G and 3GS unlockers should always be very wary to update their firmware. ?This is no exception. ?If you make a mistake along the way you may find yourself updating to official 3.1.3 in which case you will lose your unlock, possibly forever.

    iPhone 3GS users (regardless of unlock) should stay away from this and all 3.1.3 jailbreak tools unless you know you have your "SHSH hashes?? backed up via Cydia. ?That’s because if you make a mistake you may find yourself stuck at official 3.1.3 with no way to jailbreak or come back down to 3.1.2 to jailbreak.

    If you really truly feel that you need to update, this version creates a custom 3.1.3 IPSW for you to restore to on your?iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS with early bootrom, iPod touch 1G, and iPod touch 2G with early bootrom. ?If you don’t know if you have an early bootrom or not, please avoid updating until you learn more.

    You don’t need to be pre-jailbroken on anything but the iPod touch 2G early bootrom. ?And really for that device, it’s faster and easier to use redsn0w 0.9.4 as mentioned in our last post. ?For that matter, if you have an ipt1g, iphone2g, or iphone3g(and don’t need an unlock), you should use redsn0w too (but version 0.9.3). ?It’s faster and you won’t have to go through a full restore process (just do an update then run redsn0w, pointing it at 3.1.2 FW instead of 3.1.3).

    If you have an iPhone 3GS:?PwnageTool works if you’re currently at version 3.1.2 or below (down to 3.0) and if you know you have a old bootrom.?You don’t need to be already jailbroken — PwnageTool will ask you if you’re jailbroken after you’ve created the IPSW. ?Don’t use PwnageTool unless you know for sure you have an old bootrom (if you’re not sure, assume the worst and don’t use it). ?Don’t use PwnageTool on the iPhone 3GS if you’re at 3.1.3, it just won’t work. ? ?Downgrade to 3.1.2 using the methods described?here. ?If you can’t downgrade because you don’t have your 3GS 3.1.2 hashes on file with Cydia, you’ll need to sit out the 3.1.3 jailbreak.

    We aren’t revealing any new exploits to Apple with this jailbreak. Everything here has been used before, it’s just a straightforward port of Pwnage2 and 24Kpwn to the new firmware. ?It’s possible the new firmware was released largely to flush out new exploits before the next big release. ?We won’t be biting.

    We’d really like the above warnings and disclaimers to sink in.?Please don’t download the files below and use them blindly.

    Please feel free to ask any questions in the comment section below. ?We’ve got a bunch of expert help there, including our friendly moderators confucious and angie!




  12. redsn0w 0.9.5 BETA

    This is a beta release of redsn0w?targeted at developers of jailbroken apps. It uses the same pwnage2 DFU-mode exploit that we've been using since the 2.x days. Nothing new is revealed to Apple, and it's not applicable to the iPad. Don't go near it if you use yellowsn0w, ultrasn0w, or blacksn0w.

    This BETA release supports:

    iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G only (for now)
    Mac OSX only (for now)
    the 4.0beta1/beta4/GM FW only (for now)

    Update 6/10/2010

    The redsn0w beta has been updated for 4.0GM, and it now supports the iPod touch 2G too. Multitasking and homescreen wallpaper are now turned on by default (Apple doesn't normally allow this on these 2 devices). (Update: the 0.9.5b5-1 version now lets you decide whether you want multitasking and wallpaper enabled or not.)

    Because 4.0GM isn't yet public, you'll need a Mac and iTunes 9.2 to use it. Since this redsn0w beta is intended only for those with legitimate developer program access, this shouldn't be a problem.

    Just like our other betas, this one intentionally doesn't "hactivate??. Please wait for Apple's public release of 4.0 for that part of it.





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