A number of users have reported that the jailbreak process was getting stuck at “Configuring system 2/2….”Â when they tried jailbreaking their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch withÂ evasi0n7
Hot on the heels of releasing evasi0n7 1.0.1 update that removed TaiG, the Chinese App Store from the package, evad3rs have published another open letter to the jailbreak community.
When evasi0n7 was released on Sunday, it raised some serious privacy and piracy related concerns after jailbreakers found out that it installed the Chinese App Store.
Geohot has made a re-entry in the jailbreaking scene after a long absence, having tried to race the evad3rs team to an iOS 7 jailbreak, and also trying to sell it for $350k. Following these unsuccessful attempts, he has posted a breakdown of how exactly the userland portion of evasi0n works.
evad3rs caught many of us completely off guard by releasing evasi0n7, the eagerly awaited untethered jailbreak for iOS 7 – iOS 7.0.4.
evad3rs gave us a big surprise by releasing the iOS 7 jailbreak, howeverÂ we would recommend weighing the pros and cons before jailbreaking your device.
Here’s the list of reasons why you should not jailbreak your device on iOS 7 – iOS 7.0.4 currently.
evad3rs apologises for piracy on Taig Chinese Cydia, says another group of hackers was planning to release iOS 7 jailbreak
The evad3rs has posted the story behind the rushed release of the evasi0n7 jailbreak for iOS 7 that took everyone by surprise. The controversy surrounding the release has been twofold, one is the inclusion of a Chinese App Store hosting pirated content and the other is the “rushed” release timeline.