While I have been jailbreaking for close to seven years, there are others that are newer to the scene. If you are planning on jailbreaking your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, or even if you have just recently jailbroken, there are several good practices to follow to avoid problems and ensure that your device remains in proper working order. Read ahead for some useful jailbreaking advice to keep in mind.Â
Apple just releasedÂ iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touchÂ for bug fixes and security updates.
Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.XÂ released last week to everyone’s surprise byÂ a mysterious team of Chinese jailbreak developers. It was however only available for Windows, and the entire interface was in Chinese. The Pangu team today updated their jailbreak tool to v1.1, adding a Mac version, and English support. This post gives you step-by-step instructions to jailbreak your iOS device with Pangu for Mac.
Pangu iOS 7.1 – iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak for Mac OS X now available; adds English support and fixes bugs in Windows version
To everyone’s surprise, and as we reported first, the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.X was released earlier today courtesy of a mysterious team of Chinese jailbreak developers. But the jailbreak’s GUI is in Chinese and can be quite confusing for many, so here’s a look at exactly how to use Pangu to jailbreak your iOS device.
A group of Chinese hackers calling themselves “Pangu” have just released what they’re claiming is an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak, and this time it looks like we might have a bit of evidence that it could be legitimate. (Update: reports are streaming in that the jailbreak does indeed successfully install Cydia on iOS 7.1.X devices.)
Last week, iH8sn0w had released a new version of p0sixspwn, which makes it a lot easier to perform an untethered jailbreak on iOS 6.1.6. Prior to that,Â users had to use Redsn0w to perform a tethered jailbreak, and then install the p0sixspwn package to convert the tethered jailbreak into an untethered jailbreak.
Few days back, security researcher Stefan Esser aka i0n1c, notorious for trolling the jailbreak community, revealed he had successfully jailbroken iOS 7.1.1.
He followed it up with a post to explain how his iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak works.Â He has just publishedÂ a video to show his untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 calledÂ Cyberelevat0r.Â
Security researcher Stefan Esser a.k.a i0n1c has reportedÂ a serious security issue for jailbreakers. AÂ malware called “Unflod Baby Panda” has beenÂ discovered on jaibroken iOS devices that isÂ sending Apple ID and password to servers based in China.