Jailbreaking

How To: Jailbreak Your iPhone with Your Android Phone or Tablet

A rather exciting development has recently surfaced in the jailbreaking scene for iPhone. The Checkm8 bootrom exploit was shown off to the public by axi0mX, which made way for the undefeatable Checkra1n jailbreak tool. With it, you can freely jailbreak a variety of older iPhone models without any restrictions. The success rate is quite high, too, when compared to other jailbreak methods.

How To: Jailbreak iOS 12.3 to iOS 13.3.1 on Your iPhone Using Checkra1n

The infamous Checkm8 bootrom exploit, first showcased by axi0mX, led to the Checkra1n tool, which aims to offer a permanent jailbreak solution for modders running on iOS 13 and beyond. The latest jailbreak method covers devices ranging from the iPhone 5s to the iPhone X. For newer iPhone models, try the Unc0ver and Chimera jailbreaks tools instead.

How To: Jailbreak iOS 12 to iOS 13.3 on Your iPhone Using Unc0ver or Chimera

With Unc0ver, Pwn20wnd was the first to jailbreak an iPhone and iPad running iOS 12 versions. While it initially couldn't work on all devices, it's an entirely different story now. Unc0ver currently works up to iOS 13.3 for most A7 to A13-powered devices. Plus, Chimera, another jailbreak tool, supports a similar range of models on iOS 12 to 12.2 and iOS 12 to 12.4.

How To: Jailbreak iOS 8.0-8.1.1 on Your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch (& Install Cydia)

The release of iOS version 8.1.1 brought some much needed bug fixes to Apple's mobile operating system, but with it came a patch for Pangu's jailbreak method, which worked on iOS 8.0 to iOS 8.1 using a Mac or Windows computer. Luckily, it didn't take very long for a new team of developers to come up with a method for jailbreaking iOS 8.1.1 devices, and much like its predecessor, the process is a cinch.

How To: Unjailbreak Your iPhone & Restore It Back to Factory Settings

Jailbreaking gives you root access to the iOS file system, allowing you to install third-party apps and tweaks on your iPhone that aren't available in the App Store. It opens up a whole new realm for what your device can do, but it can also cause instability across the system and can dissuade you from getting future updates from Apple that have important features, bug fixes, and security enhancements.

How To: Jailbreak iOS 7 on Your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch Using evasi0n7

Just 94 days after the release of iOS 7, the team over at evasi0n have once again gifted us with their latest jailbreaking software for the newest version of iOS. The first iteration of evasi0n7 contained Chinese malware, but the subsequent release removed the malicious Chinese app store, so this evasi0n7 jailbreak should be just as safe as previous evasi0n jailbreaks were for iOS 6.

How To: Jailbreak iOS 6 on the iPhone 4, 3GS, and iPod touch

Even though iOS 6 has only been out for a day, the folks over at iPhone Dev-Team have already released a Redsn0w jailbreak that works on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch (fourth generation). As of right now, there's only a tethered jailbreak available, which means that you'll have to connect your device to your computer every time you power it up, but an untethered version that works on more devices is more than likely on the way. Until then, tethered is better than nothing, so here's...

How To: Unlock an iPhone 3G with the ultrasn0w jailbreak tool

In this how to video, you will learn how to unlock your iPhone 3G 3.0 firmware with Ultrasn0w. First, turn on your device and go to Cydia. Click manage and sources. From here, go to edit and click add. Enter repo666.ultrasn0w.com here and click add source. Once that is done, go back to Cydia. Go to search and look for Ultrasn0w. Click install and confirm to install it. Now you have Ultrasn0w installed. Reboot your iPhone. Next, insert your SIM card. Go to your settings to confirm that the SIM...

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