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Jailbreak Untethered di iPhone 4S - Video Guida [Mac]

Jailbreak Untethered di iPhone 4S - Video Guida [Mac]

Posted January 20, 2012 at 10:17pm by iClarified · 27018 views
Di seguito una video guida su come eseguire il Jailbreak Untethered del vostro iPhone 4S utilizzando Absinthe su Mac OS X.

Il tutorial scritto passo-passo è possibile reperirlo qui.

Buona visione...

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jailbreakstation - January 21, 2012 at 5:19pm
Great advice , I have done using command line for Windows but when we will receive GUI for Windows which is easy
max - January 21, 2012 at 5:46am
im still OS5 coz im waiting for the unlock.If i jailbreak my iphone now does it retains the OS5 firmware 1.0.11?
Nick - January 21, 2012 at 12:17am
I'm on a Mac. I just started the jailbreak (doing everything you said about passcodes and vpn's) and I'm hanging at the beginning: "Beginning jailbreak, this may take a while..." Any thoughts why it might hang here (in excess of 10 minutes)? I can unhook my phone and it will restart the process saying "you attempted to jailbreak and failed... recovering files." Then it lets me try again, but so far it does the same thing every time! The video goes so fast! What's the deal?
hotbyte - January 21, 2012 at 1:24am
What version of iOS U have? check the cable , make a backup of your data , and jailbreak the device clean, after that restore all your information. upgrade to 5.0.1 if u can, but remember the iPHONE has to be like new, I mean the structure of files should be the same as factory. good luck!
Nick Seeley
Nick Seeley - January 21, 2012 at 1:28am
What, you mean like no data on it? If that's the case why is that not included in the tutorial? I have a lot of apps and media. I doubt I have to restore first. You're the first to say that. Btw, I'm def 5.0.1 and have tried 2 cables and 3 USB ports.
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