Redsn0w 0.9.6rc14: Untethered iOS 4.3.2 Jailbreak For iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch Released


iPhone Dev Team has released Redsn0w 0.9.6r14 to jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 that was released last week for GSM iPhone 4 iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G, iPod Touch 3G and iPad 1 users.

iPhone Dev team has used the untethered iOS 4.3.2 jailbreak developed by iPhone hacking expert Stefan Esser.

Dev Team has provided the following information on their blog:

Only a few weeks after the 4.3.1 untether created by @i0n1c was released, Apple pushed out firmware 4.3.2. Thankfully, it appears Apple didn’t have a chance to fix the hole used by @i0n1c’s untether, so he ported his code over to 4.3.2’s kernel.  Today’s redsn0w has been updated to include it.

Redsn0w 0.9.6rc14 supports the following iOS devices for iOS 4.3.2:

It doesn’t support iPad 2 or Verizon iPhone 4 on iOS 4.2.7.

Dev team has also warned iPhone users who care about unlocking to wait for them to release PwnageTool for Mac to preserve their iPhone’s baseband:

As always, ultrasn0w unlockers should stay away from redsn0w and only update their firmware through a custom IPSW. We’ll release a new version of PwnageTool sometime this week.

Please note that jailbreaking your iDevice may void its warranty so proceed at your own risk. Please don’t forget to backup your iPhone before you proceed. You can refer to this post for instructions on how to backup your iPhone.

Redsn0w 0.9.6rc14 is available for Windows and Mac users and you can download it from one of the mirror sites:

Dev team has provided the following troubleshooting tip for users facing an issue updating to iOS 4.3.2:

Note that many people are currently having problems updating to 4.3.2 through saurik’s server. You’ll need to remove the entry in your hosts file in order to restore directly to Apple’s servers.

If you’re new to the jailbreaking world and wondering what to do after jailbreaking your iPhone, checkout our jailbreak apps category page to find out the apps you can install on your iPhone using the Cydia app (which is also installed after successfully jailbreaking your iOS device).

As always, please let us know how it goes in the comments.

Thanks everyone for the tip!

[via Dev Team’s blog]

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