SemiTether

Redsn0w Can Jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 And SemiTether Also Works With iOS 5.0.1

Redsn0w Can Jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 And SemiTether Also Works With iOS 5.0.1

Yesterday, Apple finally confirmed that some bugs were affecting battery life on iOS 5 devices. Apple has also seeded iOS 5.0.1 to developers of iOS developer program, which includes fix for battery life issues, iPad 2 smart cover security flaw and adds the multitouch gestures for iPad 1.

The goods news is that iOS 5.0.1 can be jailbroken using Redsn0w that Dev team had released for iOS 5.

SemiTether Jailbreak Updated; Incorporates New Mobile Substrate; Much More Stable

SemiTether Jailbreak Updated; Incorporates New Mobile Substrate; Much More Stable

Last weekend, BigBoss had released a new package on Cydia called SemiTether, which allowed users to reboot their tethered jailbroken iOS 5 device without the need to connect it to the computer.

However, BigBoss’s solution had some limitations and number of users reported issues after using it. BigBoss has released a new version of SemiTether (v0.91), which incorporates the new mobile substrate by Jay Freeman a.k.a saurik that should make the semi tethered mode more stable.

SemiTether Updated To Fix Issues; Still In Beta; Will Be More Stable After Updated Mobile Substrate Is Released

SemiTether Updated To Fix Issues; Still In Beta; Will Be More Stable After Updated Mobile Substrate Is Released

Late last night, BigBoss released a new package on Cydia called SemiTether, which allows you to reboot your jailbroken iOS 5 device without the need to connect it to the computer.

However, BigBoss’s solution had some limitations and number of users reported issues after using it. BigBoss has released a new version of SemiTether to fix some of the issues.

How To Semi Untether Jailbreak iOS 5 Using SemiTether For iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch [Updated]

How To Semi Untether Jailbreak iOS 5 Using SemiTether For iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch [Updated]

As you know, Redsn0w and Sn0wbreeze allow iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to jailbreak their iOS device on iOS 5, but they support only a tethered jailbreak, which means that you need to connect their iOS device to the computer on every reboot, otherwise your iOS device is stuck at the Apple logo.