How to Jailbreak Your Apple TV 2G Using Seas0nPass (Mac) [5.2]

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Instructions on how to perform an untethered jailbreak of your second generation Apple TV using Seas0nPass.

Step One
Download the latest version of SeasonPass from here.

Step Two
Double click to extract the archive you downloaded. Then double click the extract application to launch it.


Step Three
You will be asked to sign in as an Administrator. Enter your username and password then click the OK button.


Step Four
You will be asked to enable UI Scripting. Click the Enable button.


Step Five
Click the Create IPSW button from the main screen.


Step Six
Seas0nPass will now download the latest Apple TV firmware file


Step Seven
Seas0nPass will create a custom IPSW file for you.


Step Eight
Once your custom IPSW file has been created, Seas0nPass will ask you to connect the Apple TV to your computer via a micro-USB cable and use the remote to put it into DFU mode by holding MENU and PLAY/PAUSE for 7 seconds. The power cable should be unplugged during this process. Tip: Press the buttons and insert the usb cable at the exact same time.


Step Nine
Once your Apple TV has been detected in DFU mode, Seas0nPass will upload some files, automatically launch iTunes, and beginning restoring to the new firmware.






Step Ten
That's it! Your Apple TV is jailbroken!

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Dragon371 - October 17, 2013 at 9:26pm
what is the latest untethered jb ver for atv2? Im stuck on the 5.2.1 tethered version. Is now available an untethered version for atv2 soft 5.2.1? Please my atv2 reboot constantly and I have to boot tethered frequently and I wanna solved that.
habshammer - October 16, 2013 at 7:24pm
Trying to JB atv2 on Mac using season pass. when creating ipsw, I keep getting "no device found". keep trying but can"t get by this point. Help would be appreciated. thanks
DL - September 9, 2013 at 12:34am
The jailbreak seems to have been successful i've done it 3x but when I connect it to my tv it's blank and the light on the ATV just blinks.
TW - November 26, 2013 at 6:16pm
Try this and start at Step 7, this worked for me
TW - November 26, 2013 at 6:17pm
sorry here is the link: http://www.appletv3jailbreak.com/2013/04/apple-tv2-seas0npass-jailbreak-for-ios.html
codefish46 - August 26, 2013 at 1:23am
Hi, DeAN. Sure. What's happening is OS X is asking for the security certificate now required for developers to include in their software. Seasonpass devs have ignored Apple's request, but you can still load the software-- OS X just wants you to be sure you trust the source. Make sure you are downloading the correct and most recent version of SeasonPass for operating system version. Right-click or control-click on the downloaded file and select "open" from the contextual menu that appears. The dialog window that now opens should warn you that the developer is unknown and ask you if you are sure you would like to open the app. Go ahead and open it if you downloaded it from a reliable source. (For an even more secure approach, verify the checksum of the downloaded file to make sure that it is what you think it is. This is a more advanced technique, but useful to know. You can Google to find out how to use Terminal to easily do this.) Seasonpass will open and you can now run it. -- james
DeAN - August 25, 2013 at 11:30pm
for some reason i cant open seasonpass it says its because its from an unidentified developer ? is anybody else getting this or can anybody help me out ?
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