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Apple IOS 4.2 Jailbreak

Apple IOS 4.2 Jailbreak - With the release of IOS 4.2, begins the hunt for the jailbreak, the system that “forcing” the software for a iOS device that allows you to access your system files and install programs that are not available for download from the AppStore and not approved by Apple. The Dev-Team has also already released a new version of redsn0w, software for Mac OS X and Windows can unlock the latest firmware 4.2 (4.2.1 exactly). But beware, it’s a jailbreak in half.

Jailbreak Dev Team untethered mode only works for iPhone 3G (with the old bootrom), iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G (models non-MC). Users of all other devices will be able to unlock the device, but on every reboot (even when the system shuts down because the battery), will connect the device to your PC (or Mac) to restore the rule of jailbreak. The second is the so-called tethered mode. To determine if your device has a new or an old BootRoom iDetector you can use redsnow windows

The software for the jeailbreak IOS 4.2 is redsn0w 0.9.6b4 (for Windows and Mac). To use it, just start it, give it the original Apple firmware and wait for the program will create an unlocked version. The unlocked version will be loaded on the device, always from within the program. It is good for those who have firmware 4.1, save the digital signature of the operating system (the so-called SHSH) things will go back to firmware 4.1 and jailbreak to use any software that will make their appearance in the next few days (so with TinyUmbrella).

Apple IOS 4.2 Jailbreak


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