iH8Sn0w Discovers iBoot Exploit Making A5(X) Devices Jailbreakable for Life!

iH8Sn0w Discovers iBoot Exploit Making A5(X) Devices Jailbreakable for Life!

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DocJoe - April 14, 2014 at 8:59am
For years hacking groups and stupid bloggers were teasing us with this kind of spam shit, they all claim to have the magic code to unlock Apple A5 devices, the true is there isn't any bootrom available yet, so all of your stolen devices are papperweight and i am glad for that.
DocJoe - April 14, 2014 at 8:57am
For years hacking groups and stupid bloggers were teasing us with this kind of spam shit, they all claim to have the magic code to unlock Apple A5 devices, the true is there isn't any bootrom available yet, so all of your stolen devices are papperweight and i am glad for that.
DocJoe - April 14, 2014 at 8:56am
For years hacking groups and stupid bloggers were teasing us with this kind of spam shit, they all claim to have the magic code to unlock Apple A5 devices, the true is there isn't any bootrom available yet, so all of your stolen devices are papperweight and i am glad for that.
odedo1 - February 9, 2014 at 10:52pm
It seems like you guys are not understanding the meaning of this exploit! With this exploit that Apple can not close because it's hardware exploit and not software, will be able to upgrade A5(X) devices to any iOS that Apple will come out with and find software exploits for jail braking all devices.
mattlyon - April 1, 2014 at 7:38pm
Just like the iPhone 4....
jasons - February 3, 2014 at 8:23pm
or he meant unlock the activation lock
Pr0toc0L - February 3, 2014 at 7:28pm
Some people seem incapable of deciphering what is what. And unlock simply means "to unlock the phone from a particular CELLULAR provider and open it to any cellular provider". That is a world of difference from a jailbreak exploit that deals with thr entire OS of the device. Just because an iPhone is jailbroke DOES NOT mean it is unlocked. The two are entirely different.
Raniel - February 3, 2014 at 1:55pm
I'm only interested in unlocking my iphone not this jailbreak exploits.
Chris - February 3, 2014 at 5:33pm
Why don't you just pay your carrier the 35 dollars or whatever the fee is to officially unlock it? Or does your carrier not support that?
odedo1 - February 9, 2014 at 11:04pm
Just buy an Apple unlock, do a search for IMEI unlocking, it used to be really cheap but since it become against the law in the U.S, the prices went up in Europe but still worth it because you'll never ever need to worry about unlocking that device again and if it's locked by AT$T then it's really cheap. "IMEI unlock is Apple factory unlocking so it's forever ". And it's all done over the net.