The iPhone Dev Team has released Redsn0w 0.9.6 Rc14 last night for iPhone 4, 3G , the third and fourth generation iPod touch and to iPad iOS 4.3.2 untethered jailbreak . The iPhone 4 is currently only supported tethered until i0n1c the time to a problem that occurred in this unit to solve. A new version of PwnageTool will during the week. In this article we’ll step by step how you can jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 Redsn0w 0.9.6 Rc14.
Also remember that it is necessary to use redsn0w update the device iOS 4.3.2, an update is not rewarding for those who need to release the iPhone 4/3GS.
Tutorial for untethered type jailbreak the iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad using RedSn0w 0.9.6 RC14.
- Read the warnings iOS jailbreak 4.3.2 on different devices
- Download RedSn0w 0.9.6 RC13 for Windows
- Download RedSn0w 0.9.6 RC13 for Mac
- Download the iOS 4.3.2 iOS for respective device
Tips before you perform a jailbreak
- Performing a jailbreak can never really go wrong. You’ll always be able to restore an official or custom firmware through iTunes if you have not already done so.
- If you currently have an earlier firmware version used including jailbreak , then you can use Cydia free software AptBackup install. AptBackup can make a list of software installed by you via Cydia repositories and present the option when you choose Backup . This data is saved when you back up via iTunes. After performing the jailbreak for iOS 4.3.2 and Restoring a copy of your data, you can AptBackup reinstall your repositories and installed software restore using the option Restore .
- If you currently have an earlier firmware version used without jailbreak , then it is best to wait until you can update using a custom firmware with PwnageTool you can make if you want to keep all options open in terms of unlocking. If you have an iPod touch, iPad or iPhone, you can unlock official IOS update to 4.3.2 through iTunes.
- Always be sure a backup of your data via iTunes. Do not forget your example photographs secure.
Step 1: Connect the iPhone to the computer and open iTunes 10.2.2
- Select the connected device from the device list (located to the left of iTunes )
- Press Shift and click the button Restore (For Mac press Option + Restore)
- Browse to the IPSW file location corresponding to your device and select it.
- Allow iTunes to update the device to iOS 4.3.2.
- Disconnect the iPhone from the computer (it is best to restart the computer)
Step 2: Recruiting iOS 4.3.2 jailbreak using Windows redsn0w 0.9.6rc9
- Mark RedSn0w 0.9.6 RC13 so you can run with Windows XP SP2 compatibility
- Run as Administrator RedSn0w 0.9.6 RC13
- Click on the button Browse
- Select IPSW file for your device and click Open
- Wait for the IPSW RedSn0w identify open and click on the button Next
- RedSn0w begin to prepare the data of the jailbreak
- In the new screen shown must necessarily select Cydia and optionally the other. Click Next
- Turn off the iPhone and connect to your computer and click the Next button
Step 3: DFU mode device according to the guide RedSn0w
- Hold down the Power button for 3 seconds
- Hold down the Home button and Power button for 10 seconds.
- Release the Power button and keep pressing the Home button until the device detects RedSn0w.
- The iPhone will reboot
Step 4:The IOS 4.3.2 jailbreak using Windows redsn0w 0.9.6rc9
- RedSn0w begin to load the new kernel and RAM Disk.
- After the jailbreak process, RedSn0w notify us and show the button Finish
- After restarting the iPhone … and will jailbreak with Cydia on your SpringBoard
Under the hood, the jailbreak for 4.3.2 IOS turn based on the exploit that was found by George Hotz (geohot) in the boot rom of the iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, third and fourth generation iPod touch, original iPad and second generation Apple TV. The boot rom is the first code run in the startup process of iDevices. The boot rom is also no software to update and therefore the target for iDevices to jailbreak. The exploit of geohot was first used in October 2010 by the jailbreak tool limera1n, but will forever be used for this iDevices to jailbreak.
The exploits of geohot boot rom is in itself a tethered jailbreak, that means that you phone to another device (such as a computer) to connect your phone to boot. This limitation can now be removed by the boot rom operates to combine the untether i0n1c of “exploit, which uses a vulnerability in the kernel of IOS. The combination of a boot-operating with such an exploit is an industry-untether coveted untethered to jailbreak. Since the iPad 2 is not vulnerable to existing exploits boot rom, it is not to jailbreak the latest version of redsn0w and the next version of PwnageTool.
The difference between PwnageTool and redsn0w
The redsn0w and PwnageTool jailbreak tools for different situations. If you already have made an update to the official IOS firmware 4.3.2, you can jailbreak it directly by using redsn0w. Even if you currently use a iOS 4.3.2 tethered jailbreak, you can without having to restore to an official firmware using redsn0w untethered to jailbreak it.Redsn0w is suitable for use on Mac OS X and Windows.Note: The iPhone 4 is currently only tethered to jailbreak.
Jailbreak with PwnageTool is especially interesting for users who want to keep all options open in terms of unlocking their iPhone. Depending on which firmware version you are on your iPhone the baseband (modem firmware) of your device an update received when in the normal way through iTunes to iOS 4.3.2 should update, as a result, your possibilities in the future to unlock limited could be. With PwnageTool is possible to create a custom firmware, which you can secure an iPhone update to 4.3.2 IOS without the baseband (modem firmware) of the device to update. PwnageTool is only for Mac OS X and follow later this week.