While the jailbreak process is fairly smooth when using evasi0n to jailbreak your iOS 6 device, there always will be a few cases that might not go as smoothly as you’d expect. We list some ways to troubleshoot your way through the problems you encounter.
evasi0n Jailbreak Troubleshooting: Solve “Patching Kernel”, “Finding Offsets” and Other Issues [Updated]
We probably have the release time for the evasi0n jailbreak.
The progress bar on the evasi0n website is now showing the status as 92% complete, this is just an hour after we reported that 91% of the work for the evasi0n jailbreak has been completed and the dev team had announced that the jailbreak will be released on Monday, February 4th.
evad3rs dev team has just updated the status of the evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6.1, iOS 6.0.2, iOS 6.0.1 and iOS 6.
Earlier today,Â we had reported that they had completed 80% of the work required for the jailbreak.Â
It is widely speculated that evad3rs dev team may release the much-awaited evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6.1, iOS 6.0.2, iOS 6.0.1 and iOS 6 on Sunday.
According to the last progress update, the dev team had mentioned that they were beta testing the tools for the iOS 6.x jailbreak.
One of the concerns people seem to have with the imminent release of the evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6.x is whether Cydia will be able to handle the load.
If you had jailbroken your iOS device when a new jailbreak like theÂ absinthe jailbreak is released then you may remember that Cydia had some performance related issues, especially while reloading data.
It looks like Sunday is indeed going to be a funday!
Earlier today, evad3rs dev team announced that the tool for the untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1 to iOS 6 will be called evasi0n.