After the fiasco of the untethered iOS 7 jailbreak being released 24 hours ago by the evad3rs, iH8sn0w and winocm released their long awaited untethered iOS 6.1.3 & 6.1.5 jailbreak for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4G.
Here are the requirements posted on the iH8sn0w blog:
1) Have a tethered jailbreak (either via redsn0w [Point to 6.0 IPSW] or sn0wbreeze).
2) Open Cydia.
3) Click the “Changes” tab in the footer.
4) Press the “Refresh” button in the top left corner.
5) After “Reloading Data”, perform a search for “p0sixspwn” (the O is a zero).
6) Tap Install.
That’s it! You’re untethered.
If you’re not tethered jailbreak and you would like a walkthrough, then go to this post or watch this video below:
There is a problem with the untethered jailbreak package for iPhone 4 GSM model users. iH8sn0w is going to fix this very shortly so stay tuned.
iH8sn0w has given us a workaround if you’re on the iPhone 4 GSM. Here’s his instructions straight from his blog:
iPhone 4 (GSM) bootloop fix:
1) Download this Java runtime binary of msftguy’s SSH RD Creator.
2) Put your iPhone 4 into DFU and wait for it to tell you to connect to localhost:2022
3) If you’re on a Mac, use terminal and type “ssh root@localhost -p 2022″.
If you’re on a PC, grab PuTTY and type localhost in Hostname, and 2022 under Port.
4) Enter “root” for the User Name.
5) Enter “alpine” for the Password.
6) Copy & Paste this one line bash command:
while [ ! -d /mnt2/mobile ]; do mount.sh; done; printf ‘\xD3\x8E\x95\xD4\x44\x47\x32\x2E\xA1\x5F\x9F\x9B\xE7\xE8\x8F\xDC’ | dd of=/mnt2/untether/untether bs=1 seek=1120 conv=notrunc; printf ‘\x00′ | dd of=/mnt2/untether/untether bs=1 seek=27099 conv=notrunc; nvram auto-boot=true; sync; reboot;
7) Press ENTER.
8) That’s it.
iH8sn0w has added another method to fix the iPhone 4 GSM issue.
1) Download this custom tar bundle
2) Open redsn0w
3) Select the 6.0 IPSW for the iPhone 4.
4) Click the back button and click Jailbreak.
5) Follow on screen prompts until you get to the series of checkboxes.
6) Checkmark Install Custom bundle
7) Browse to where you downloaded the custom tar bundle in step 1.
8) Click next.
9) After reboot, all should be well.
The untether package will return to Cydia shortly.
If you’re not technically inclined, you may want to stay away from this workaround and just wait for the actual package that will be back on Cydia “shortly”.
The package has been updated to fix the iPhone 4 GSM issue. Please follow this post for more information.
Let us know in the comments below if the jailbreak worked for you or if you’re having any trouble.