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Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Posted May 6, 2011 at 1:58pm by iClarified
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Voici les instructions pour effectuer le Jailbreak de la firmware iOS 4.3.1 de ton iPhone 4 en utilisant RedSn0w pour Mac.

Pour le Jailbreak des versions antérieures, les instructions se trouvent dans un tutoriel que tu trouvera ici.

Attention, n'effectue pas la mise à jour iOS 4.3.1 si tu a besoin du déblocage SIM ("unlock") car il n'existe pas encore pour cette version!


Premièrement
Crée un dossier sur le bureau et appelle le Pwnage

Télécharge RedSn0w ici et place le dans le dossier Pwnage. De la même façon, télécharge la dernière version (4.3.1) de la firmware en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous.

4.3.1 (4 GSM): iPhone3,1_4.3.1_8G4_Restore.ipsw

Extrait le fichier Zip RedSn0w en double-cliquant dessus.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Deuxièmement
Connecte ton iPhone à ton ordinateur et lance iTunes.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Sélectionne ton iPhone dans la liste des appareils sur la gauche. Maintenant clique sur "Restaurer" tout en maintenant enfoncée la touche Option du clavier. Il est préférable d'utiliser la fonction restaurer car ainsi, aucun espace inutilisable n'est créé sur l'iPhone.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Navique vers le dossier Pwnage du bureau et sélectionne le firmware 4.3.1 ipsw. Clique sur Sélectionner pour continuer.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Troisièmement
Dès qu'iTunes a fini la mise à jour du firmware, ouvre le dossier Pwnage et lance l'application redsn0w qui se trouve dans le dossier redsn0w que tu as extrait du zip plus tôt.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Quatrièmement
Une fois que RedSn0w est ouvert, clique sur Browse
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Cinquièmement
Sélectionne le firmware 4.3.1 ipsw placé dans le dossier Pwnage et clique sur Open.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Sixièmement
Une fois le firmware verifié, clique sur le bouton Next.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Septièmement
RedSn0w prépare les données du Jailbreak
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Huitièmement
Sur cette fenêtre, tu peux choisir l'option de Jailbreak que tu veux.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Assure-toi que Cydia est sélectionné et clique surNext.

Neuvièmement
Assure-toi que ton iPhone est branché à l'ordinateur et éteint (!) puis clique sur Next
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Dixièmement
RedSn0w te guide pour atteindre le mode DFU. Tu trouveras plus d'aide à propos du mode DFU ici
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Maintient simultanément les boutons Home et Power enfoncés pendant 10 secondes.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Relache uniquement le bouton Power et continue à maintenir Home jusqu'à ce que RedSn0w aie detecté l'appareil.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Onzièmement
Ton iPhone redémarre.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Douzièmement
RedSn0w copie ensuite le nouveau disque RAM et le Kernel sur l'iPhone.
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

Treizièmement
Une fois ceci terminé, une notifiaction indique que RedSn0w a fini.
Clique sur Finish. Une fois que l'iPhone aura redémarré (ça peut prendre 5 minutes) il sera en jailbreak avec Cydia sur le SpringBoard (écran avec les icônes).
Comment effectuer le Jailbreak de ton iPhone 4 avec RedSn0w (Mac) [4.3.1]

*Comme d'habitude, un grand merci à l'équipe iPhone Dev-Team et à I0n1c pour leur travail et leur contribution à la communauté iPhone.
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pc
pc - August 27, 2011 at 2:11am
will i have to backup my phone first? or the data will remain after the jailbreak? thanks very much.
zuhl
zuhl - May 17, 2011 at 11:55pm
RedSnow saved my bricked iPhone 4. Thank you guys!
eteractive
eteractive - May 15, 2011 at 11:48am
is 4.3.3 stable? will it still cause battery drainage? thanks!
PHANTOM
PHANTOM - May 13, 2011 at 4:50pm
Hey. I really need help from experts. I bought an Iphone 4 which was used on AT&T and now I want to use it with another carrier. It has 4.1.0 software and 2.10.04 version. The question is: Is it possible to unlock (redsnow) my phone jailbreaking it to 4.3.3 using the custom file of this tutorial. Thank you very much in advance.
Mark
Mark - May 13, 2011 at 4:24pm
There is no .ipsw file to download... there is a 600+MB .zip file with no .ipsw files on it... Redsnow wont recognize any of those .... =/
David Taylor
David Taylor - May 7, 2011 at 12:24pm
I have current 4.3.3 firmware on my iPhone 4. Do I need to perform the restore step with the .ipsw files or can I simply move straight to a jailbreak with redsn0w_mac_0.9.6rc15?
jjhex
jjhex - May 7, 2011 at 12:07pm
What is the point of listing a new jailbreak and including comments that dont relate to it inn terms of currentness? I mean it came out last night and we have comments going back through several months. It makes no sense and now I have no signal after jailbreaking with pwnage, and im factory unlocked, then I jailbroke with rednsow and it didnt help, now I am factory restoring and will try again. This site used to actually care about the info it provided. Now it seems really sloppy like noone cares what the tutorials say. Sad state of affairs as one hacker after the other get high paying jobs with Apple to stop their work.
jace
jace - May 6, 2011 at 6:33pm
do I need to make step two if I'm already on 4.3.3?
djdjek
djdjek - April 27, 2011 at 8:16pm
Is it an untethered jailbreak?
LBarouf
LBarouf - April 23, 2011 at 1:19pm
Mine won't jailbreak. I run version 4.3.2, updated using the method explained above. I do not really care for unlock at this moment. I run baseband version 02.10.04. Right now, besides the faulty signal strength indicator (never show anything but 1 bar) everything runs fine on my phone. Once I try to run RedSn0w, it gives me an unexpected error. If I put it in DFU mode manually before running the tool, it says it's pushing limerain to the phone, then give me an unexpected error again. What is wrong? Anyone else running in the same error? thanks for any tips.
frustrated
frustrated - May 27, 2011 at 5:31am
Dude, I have the exact same problem except I'm iOS 4.3.3. Really need some help ASAP. Please and thanx.
JSON
JSON - April 22, 2011 at 1:48pm
Anyone else cannot restore 4.3.2 on their phone? I'm trying to upgrade from 4.2.1 to 4.3.2 even if I try full restore from iTunes, or custom restore, or DFU, I always get a damn error 1013. Any ideas?
Az
Az - April 23, 2011 at 5:34am
I have the same problem.. What do we do? Someone help..
JSON
JSON - April 23, 2011 at 9:56am
The weird part, is even damn tinyumbrella fix does not work, nor a full iTunes restore. Scary... I'm tempted to call apple care at this point, could they know the phone was jailbroken before? The phone won't even boot!!!
Dairel
Dairel - April 23, 2011 at 10:25pm
check this out, it'll fix ya right up
JSON
JSON - April 23, 2011 at 10:49pm
Thanks Daniel, much appreciated. Unfortunately, my host file is backed up, and no entry to apple (I hate when software force name resolution). That didn't do it. To add a twist to the story, I have 2 iPhones. I plugged my older iPhone, and iTuns still complained that a phone in restore mode was connected! iTunes actually displayed 2 phones connected to my dismay. Something is definitely going on. Ghost connection? New Apple "security feature" ?
Andrew
Andrew - April 21, 2011 at 3:34am
after jailbreaking i still have the no signal cosmetic issue, but afiter i install the ultrasn0w fix, my mms stopped working. Any fix for the fix lol?
CrazyMex
CrazyMex - April 20, 2011 at 9:21pm
I tried restoring with the IPSW file and it keeps telling me iPhone could not be restored. tried restoring with iTunes and I get the same message. Now my phone is on restore mood and I can't get out of it.
Loi
Loi - April 21, 2011 at 4:52pm
* Open Finder * Hold down COMMAND + SHIFT keys and press ‘G’ * Enter “/private/etc/” in the field and press “Go” * Find “hosts” file in the directory * Drag the file to your desktop * Open it in text editor * Remove the line that has gs.apple.com entirely or put a # at the beginning of it to comment it out * Save the file * Drag it back to the /private/etc/ folder. * You’d need to enter your username and password to authenticate the move
Crazymex
Crazymex - April 21, 2011 at 7:40pm
Loi, I got all the way up to remove gs.apple.com and it does not allow me to save it. It gives me the following message. To view or change permissions, select the item in the Finder and choose File > Get Info. I chose info and changed the permissions but it still does not allow me to save the file. Any ideas. Thanks
Justin
Justin - April 20, 2011 at 4:14pm
After doing the JB I now have No Service, I have gone back to stock for now. Does anyone know why the JB works perfectly on some devices and not others?
Justin
Justin - April 20, 2011 at 4:36pm
I seemed to have fixed my own issue. Restored back to stock. Turned off sim pin and activated phone on Itunes. Then did Redsnow JB and restored last backup(Itunes sync) and now all working!
Kraig
Kraig - April 20, 2011 at 2:02am
I can't get the IPSW to work at all. RedSn0w isn't recognizing it one bit.
joseph
joseph - April 19, 2011 at 7:49pm
I've done the jailbreak, but cannot get cellular network, I've already restore from my backup and still does not have the network ATT
paul
paul - April 19, 2011 at 7:27pm
The WiFi issues are still there... and by issues i mean WiFi doesn't work
Drew
Drew - April 19, 2011 at 6:54pm
Does anyone know if this will work for the Verizon iPhone (version 4.2.7)? If not, any news when a jailbreak will be released for it?
rbs2000
rbs2000 - April 19, 2011 at 12:38pm
does the 4.3.2 updates ur baseband ? I am on 4.10.0 right now.. Not like I care I am on att . Thank you DEV TEAM you are awesome... You guys are making a=our devices worth having them,I just can't imagine an Iphone without a jailbreak,Its useless. Thank you
Jeff
Jeff - April 19, 2011 at 12:38pm
Is there a way - if my iPhone has already been jailbroken - to just upgrade to the next version or does the JB process have to be done each time? Thanks. You guys do great work.
rabta69
rabta69 - April 19, 2011 at 4:23pm
yes you need each time when u update to next ver.
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