Remember that redsn0w iOS 6 jailbreak we mentioned before?
Well, itâ€™s just been updated. With this latest redsn0w release, you no longer have to manually select the IPSW file. Itâ€™ll automatically download the right one for your iOS device.
This also now comes with Cydia by default. The last one required you to install it manually.
And hereâ€™s more good news for you. In case you regret upgrading to iOS 6, you can use this version of redsn0w to downgrade to iOS 5.x. But unlike its predecessor, which also boasts of the same feature, this one not only supports A4 iOS devices, but also the iPad 2.
For iPad 3 and iPhone 4S owners, you can take advantage of redsn0w 0.9.15b1â€™s new re-restore feature that’ll allow you to restore to any iOS 5.x version. Just note, there are several conditions that need to be met first for you to enjoy re-restore. Read more about it here.
Now, the bad news – this updated redsn0w still cannot jailbreak non-A4 devices, and sadly, itâ€™s still tethered.
Still interested to give this a try?
Then head on over to Redmondpie for the tutorial.
But if you’re more an untethered jailbreak kind of guy, then by all means, feel free to pass on this one. Just be aware, there’s still no ETA as to when the untethered iOS 6 jailbreak will go public.
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