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Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Posted May 6, 2011 at 2:34pm by iClarified
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Si quieres realizar el jailbreak con una version menor de este firmware, podrás encontrar el tutorial apropiado desde acá.

Paso uno
Crea una carpeta en el escritorio llamada Pwnage

Descarga RedSn0w desde acá y colocala en una carpeta llamada Pwnage. Asi mismo descarga el último firmware del IOS 4.3.1 del link de abajo y ponlo en la misma carpeta.


4.3.1 (iPad 1): iPad1,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

Extrae el archivo .ZIP de RedSn0w haciendo doble click sobre el archivo.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso dos
conecta tu iPad al ordenador y abre iTunes.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Selecciona tu iPad del listado de dispositivos a la izquierda. Presiona la tecla Option y haz click en el botón de Restore. De esta manera no dejaremos desperdicios de espacio en el iPad.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Busca la carpeta de Pwnage en el escritorio y selecciona el archivo 4.3.1 firmware ipsw. Haz click en el botón de Choose para continuar.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso tres
Una vez que iTunes ha terminado de actualizar iPad al firmware deseado abre la carpeta de Pwnage en tu escritorio y abre la aplicación de redsn0w desde la carpeta de redsn0w extraida anteriormente.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso cuatro
Una vez abierto RedSn0w haz click sobre el botón de Browse
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso cinco
Selecciona el firmware 4.3.1 ipsw que colocamos en la carpeta de Pwnage del escritorio y hacemos click subre el botón Open.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso seis
Una vez que el firmware sea verificado hacemos click en el botón de Next para continuar.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso siete
RedSn0w preparara la Data para el Jailbreak.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso ocho
Desde esta ventana podrás seleccionar las opciones de Jalbreak deseadas. Asegurate que la casilla de Cydia este seleccionada y haz click en el botón de Next para continuar.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso nueve
Por favor conecta tu iPad y asegurate de que se encuentre totalmente apagada. Luego haz click en el botón de Next
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso diez
RedSn0w te guiara en los pasos para colocar el iPad en modo de DFU. Puedes encontrar ayuda sobre DFU acá
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Manten presionado los botones de Home y Power por 10 secgundos.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Suelta solamente el botón de Power y continua presionando el botón de Home hasta que RedSn0w detecte el dispositivo.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso once
Tu iPad se Reiniciará.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso doce
RedSn0w comenzará a cargar el nuevo disco RAM y Kernel.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Paso trece
Una vez completado el proceso RedSn0w notificará que ha culminado. Haz click en el botón de Finish. Cuando el iPad termine de reiniciar (tomará más o menos 5 minutos) el iPad estará jailbroken con Cydia instalada en el SpringBoard.
Como hacer el Jailbreak a tu iPad 1 Usinando RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

*Como siempre muchas gracias al iPhone Dev-Team y a I0n1c por su arduo trabajo y contribución a la comunidad del Iphone.
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rixz
rixz - May 10, 2011 at 8:45am
Guys, need your help... Please advise as to which mode of jailbreak should I go for? pwnage? or redsnow? i understand that it is something to do with old and new firmwares. P
sb
sb - April 7, 2011 at 3:45pm
smooth to me. TY sb
bdfu
bdfu - April 7, 2011 at 10:38am
I've done this several times. Everything looks correct. No errors. But the About preference shows I am still on 4.2.1. (So does iTunes.) WTF?
angel
angel - April 7, 2011 at 2:10am
Great! works like charm.
Lee Swain
Lee Swain - April 5, 2011 at 12:42pm
For anyone getting the "This device isn't eligible for the requested build" error - I fixed this issue by going into DFU mode before doing the restore. If you scroll down and follow the instructions (holding power for 5 seconds, then both power and home and finally releasing power), iTunes will pop up saying it recognizes an iPad in recovery mode and do you want to recover. Hold the option button and press restore, then select the IPSW and continue the instructions from there. Worked perfectly for me.
Brian
Brian - April 5, 2011 at 6:00pm
Many thanks, Lee, that appears to have worked for me. I'm in the midst of the loooong restore from yesterday's backup, but the restore from the downloaded .ipsw went without an error, so I have every hope that it will be fine when this is complete.
nicoeme
nicoeme - April 5, 2011 at 9:18am
Hi everyone, why redsn0w 0.9rc9 is givinig me the error "Unable to recognize specified IPSW"???? i just follow all step of this tutorial!!!
Rupert
Rupert - April 4, 2011 at 8:13pm
To do the restore you have to use tiny umbrella
Brian
Brian - April 4, 2011 at 3:36pm
I was unable to restore the downloaded .ipsw. I got an error from iTunes that my iPad "This device isn't eligible for the requested build." Apple support says that usually happens if you don't have the latest version of iTunes, but I'm running 10.2.1. It also says it can happen if you're trying to restore to an older .ipsw but obviously the one I downloaded from you here is newer than my 4.2.1 version. Any advice?
Jimbo
Jimbo - April 4, 2011 at 5:59pm
I'm having the same problem going from jb'd 10.2.1 - anybody get over this hump yet?
Lee Swain
Lee Swain - April 5, 2011 at 12:41pm
I fixed this issue by going into DFU mode before doing the restore. If you scroll down and follow the instructions (holding power for 5 seconds, then both power and home and finally releasing power), iTunes will pop up saying it recognizes an iPad in recover mode and do you want to recover. Hold the option button and press restore, then select the IPSW and continue the instructions from there. Worked perfectly for me.
james
james - April 22, 2011 at 9:16am
+1 to dfu before restore methods
Jason
Jason - April 4, 2011 at 2:20pm
I was also wondering if it is nessasary to restore. Can't I just update and jailbreak with out loosing all my settings and information? Thanks.
Jason
Jason - April 4, 2011 at 2:22pm
Does it matter if i've started from iOS 3.2.1?
T
T - April 4, 2011 at 10:01pm
You can use update instead of restore, I just did it and it worked fine.
Phil
Phil - April 4, 2011 at 12:45pm
It works with BB 07.11.00?? Ty
Phil
Phil - April 4, 2011 at 2:45pm
Working in BB 07.11.00!! Thanks a lot!!!!
Nico D
Nico D - April 4, 2011 at 6:44am
After doing a restore and jailbreak is it possible to restore my iPad backup and keep the device jailbroken? Or do I have to setup everything from scratch?
gog
gog - April 4, 2011 at 6:54am
Just sync the backup when promted during jailbreak.
Matt K
Matt K - April 4, 2011 at 2:30pm
It never gave me the option to sync the backup
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