Publié le 18 Juillet 2014

Apple’s Latest Weapon To Combat Jailbreak 7.1.2 Utility: Self-Sabotage?

Apple to Combat Jailbreakers and Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2 Utility with iOS 7.1.3 and Self-Sabatoge? – Prior to Apple’s release of iOS 7.1.2, a group based out China with no established past on the jailbreak scene took the world by storm with their release of the Pangu jailbreak utility, which functioned on 7.1 and 7.1.1 at the time. Following Pangu’s grand introduction into the world of jailbreaking, Apple issued iOS 7.1.2 to the general public and seemingly neglected to patch the vulnerabilities exploited by Pangu, allowing the utility to fully jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTethered. With Apple’s upcoming release of 7.1.3, as detailed previously, the company will certainly patch the Untethered Pangu utility, preventing it from functioning on, and jailbreaking, 7.1.3. However, Apple could easily have patched Pangu in iOS 7.1.2, as they’ve been quick to patch previous jailbreak utilities in years past, so why didn’t they? It seems as though it wasn’t neglect at all and may actually prove to be a tactic in Apple’s new arsenal of jailbreak mitigation procedures.

Apple’s Latest Weapon To Combat Jailbreak 7.1.2 Pangu Tool Goes Beyond iOS 7.1.3

Similar to the original 7.0 through 7.0.4 evasi0n7 jailbreak, Apple released both 7.0.5 (for iPhones outside the US) and 7.0.6, both of which easily could have patched the jailbreak but failed to. As alluded to above, it may have been by design that Apple prolonged the patching of evasi0n.

In the case of 7.0.x, numerous crashes and random resprings plagued devices and that’s not counting the frequent app crashes that nearly every iOS 7 device owner has experienced. After leaving the jailbreak unpatched for some time, Apple issued iOS 7.1 to the public, which not only closed the vulnerabilities used by evasion, but also conveniently correctednearly all of the aforementioned issues.

Why Doesn’t Apple Immediately Patch iOS 7.1.2 Jailbreak With 7.1.3?

So why didn’t Apple patched the jailbreak sooner if they were aware not only of the evasi0n jailbreak itself, but also the vast number of issues users were experiencing? Simply put, Apple has a love/hate relationship with jailbreaking– they like that users love to jailbreak and a number of said users only purchase iDevices knowing they can (eventually) be jailbroken. However, they simultaneously hate the process not only because it opens their “walled garden” ecosystem, but also because it has the potential to leave their system vulnerable, which is something they’re obviously against.

Furthermore, the same 7.0.x scenario that’s detailed above is recurring with 7.1.x. The only difference is that now instead of frequent crashes, users are experiencing significant battery drain problems, random spinning wheels near the carrier name in the status bar for no apparent reason and a countless number of other oddities on Apple’s latest public firmware, iOS 7.1.2 – all of which haven’t been much of an issue until 7.1.2 was released – users on iOS 7.1 have reported significantly less problems.

That being said, Apple is using jailbreakers’ own weapon against them: bugs. It seems as though they’re purposefully leaving bugs that are annoying, but not quite bad enough to warrant switching to another operating system. These intentional bugs are just downright obnoxious and could easily be squashed by Apple if they didn’t want to leave incentive for jailbroken users to update to a firmware that corrects the issues and simultaneously patches the jailbreak.

Apple’s Plan Of Action Is Bigger Than The Upcoming 7.1.3 Jailbreak Patch

As with iOS 7.1 and the 7.0.x jailbreak, this will undoubtedly be the case for iOS 7.1.3, it will fix the bothersome issues that exist in 7.1.2, but will also make it impossible for users to jailbreak 7.1.3, as Pangu will be patched. Moreover, when Apple thought the jailbreak community wouldn’t release another utility until iOS 8,both 7.1 and 7.1.1 remained seemingly bug-free, until Pangu and iOS 7.1.2 were released.

Seeing as Apple has a ‘love/hate’ relationship with jailbreaking, as mentioned above, they’re giving jailbreakers exactly what they want: room to jailbreak, but only on Apple’s terms. Now, unlike years past, users will have to pick between a jailbreak on a firmware riddled with off-putting bugs or an apparently stable firmware without a jailbreak.

Given Apple’s latest maneuvers, for those of you who have yet to jailbreak 7.1.x, it’s recommended that you do so now prior to the forthcoming iOS 7.1.3 jailbreak patching update; our comprehensive jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 tutorial is available here.

Again, to summarize, while the issues Apple may intentionally leave in jailbreakable iterations of iOS are certainly annoying (if noticed by the end-user), they make updating more of an incentive than a necessity, likely to appeal to jailbreakers who encounter said issues.

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Publié le 18 Juillet 2014

Best iOS 7.1.x Cydia Tweaks: Top 10 List For Pangu 7.1.2 Jailbreak – All iDevices

Best iOS 7.1.2 Cydia Tweaks: Top 10 Tweaks for Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2 – With Apple on the verge of issuing iOS 7.1.3 to the public (a firmware which will almost certainly patch the UnTethered jailbreak) and with the unexpected and undeniably welcomed Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 release from the previously unheard of Pangu Team, the staff of Evasi0n Jailbreak felt it was a perfect time to share with our readers some of the best tweaks currently available in Cydia. Moreover, what would jailbreaking 7.1 through 7.1.2 be without the extraordinary Cydia developers on the jailbreak scene who create amazingly useful and unique tweaks? While that was mostly meant as a rhetorical question, we’ll answer anyway: bland and dull, it would be as if jailbreaking offered nothing other than a shiny new ‘Cydia’ icon. With that being said, if you feel lost and you’re not quite sure which tweaks and packages to download from Cydia after jailbreaking your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you’re on the right post – our detailed list can be found after the break!

Top Cydia Tweaks For Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2

To preface, before rushing head first into the list of outstanding tweaks highlighted in this article, your iDevice must already be jailbroken on iOS 7, whether it’s 7.0 through 7.0.6 (the evasi0n utility) or iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2 (thePangu utility). If your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch has yet to be jailbroken, we recommend following either our comprehensive Pangu jailbreak tutorial for 7.1 and 7.1.2 or our older, yet equally as detailed, guide for jailbreaking 7.0.x.

Top 10 Best Cydia Tweaks For iOS 7.1.2 Pangu Jailbreak

In addition to the list of tweaks found below, we recommend watching the above video from popular iOS jailbreak YouTuberiCrackUriDevice for a visual representation and demonstration of said list.

  1. Activator: the tried and true tweak that’s a dependency for a vast majority of tweaks also allows users to set various trigger actions for completing specified tasks – e.g. pinching with three fingers inside of an app to return to the home screen or pinching icons to lock a device. It’s safe to say that while Activator is most definitely a popular jailbreak tweak and is likely already installed on your device, its features and functionality are often overlooked.
  2. Disable Parallax Effect is a tweak that may seem useless to some because it disables the home screen effect that slightly shifts and skews a device’s wallpaper and icons based on the physical orientation of the device, which can essentially be done without the tweak inside the Settings app. However, when disabling parallax without the aforementioned 7.1.2 compatible tweak, it also changes the opening and closing animations of apps. To fully disable parallax and save battery, without compromise, install Disable Parallax Effectfrom Cydia.
  3. BiteSMS is a premium tweak that’s available for free for the first seven days – after the initial testing period, biteSMS simply displays a discreet ad until a license is purchased. As for features, biteSMS is a messaging app that allows for Quick Reply on iOS 7.1.2, scheduled messaging, auto-forwarding, passcode lock and so much more.
  4. CCToggeles is, simply put, a free tweak that allows iDevice owners to easily customize the toggles available inside of Control Center. Furthermore, pages are added to the toggles section that can be quickly scrolled between for access to toggles that aren’t accessible without the installation of CCToggles.
  5. F.lux allows iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users who are jailbroken on up to iOS 7.1.2 to enable an automatic screen filter of sorts that modifies the warmth of the display to hues that are easier and more forgiving on the eyes at night. Due to its incredible functionality, f.lux allows users to interact with their devices at night for longer periods of time while causing minimal eye fatigue.
  6. TinyBar, as the name implies, shrinks the size of notifications on jailbroken devices to prevent any interruption when receiving notifications while simultaneously interacting with other apps. It’s the perfect jailbreak tweak for those who, like the writers at Eavsi0n Jailbreak, disdain the gaudy size of default notifications.
  7. VideoPane is a premium tweak available in Cydia that provides the absolute best method for watching videos on a device that we’ve ever seen. VideoPane’s unparalleled functionality allows users to detach videos and have them hover over the display while concurrently using other apps – video panes can be manipulated in their size, position and even opacity!
  8. Springtomize 3 – iOS 7 has a long-standing history and predecessor lineage of allowing for previously unthought of customization of a device’s springboard and its overall functions in general. For example, when installed on a device running 7.1 or higher, Springtomize 3 allows users to customize all aspects of folders, the dock, icons and the status bar, as well as the speed of default opening and closing animations and much more.
  9. Virtual Home, the final free tweak in today’s list is exclusive to the iPhone 5s and the device’s Touch ID sensor. On an iPhone 5s with Virtual Home installed, users are able to simply rest their fingers on the home button instead of physically pressing it to return to the home screen. Furthermore, the tweak also allows for faster unlocking and custom multitasking and Siri activation.
  10. MyWi is the last tweak in our list and is best suited for jailbroken iPhones and cellular-capable iPads, as it allows for the tethering of a seta connection over Wi-Fi or bluetooth. MyWi is often regarded as the best solution for concealing unauthorized tethering usage from carriers and as a tweak that simply does what it should.
Best Essential Cydia Tweaks For The Jailbreak 7.1.2 Pangu Utility

Also, it’s important to mention that the above list of tweaks are intended for users who want powerful functionality with minimal flash, battery drain and loss of performance.

As detailed in the video embedded above, all of the tweaks highlighted in this list can be used without compromise and have virtually no noticeable adverse affect on devices that are jailbroken by way of the Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTetheredutility.

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Publié le 18 Juillet 2014

While iOS 7.1.3 Will Patch The Jailbreak, Those On 7.1.2 May Require The Update

While iOS 7.1.3 Will Patch the Jailbreak, Those on 7.1.2 May Require the Update – Today, prior to Apple’s forthcoming release of iOS 7.1.3, the staff at Evasi0n Jailbreak have collectively opted to write this article to provide valuable information for those who have their iDevices jailbroken on 7.1.x, especially those running iOS 7.1.2. While 7.1.3 isn’t currently available, and details surrounding its inevitable release are non-existent, the firmware is indeed coming and it’s almost guaranteed to patch the Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 and iOS 7.1 utility. As of now, those who restore to the latest public firmware (being iOS 7.1.2) are still able tofully jailbreak any iDevice model, including the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, 5, 4S, 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, 3, 4 and the 5th generation iPod touch. Although the imminent iOS 7.1.3 release is all but confirmed to prevent jailbreakers from utilizing Pangu to jailbreak 7.1.3, the firmware itself may actually prove important for those jailbroken on 7.1.2 – in an interesting twist, iOS 7.1.3 may correct an issue that’s only seemingly present in 7.1.2!

As The Opportunity To Jailbreak 7.1.2 Closes, Apple Prepares iOS 7.1.3

While the Pangu jailbreakwas a surprise in and of itself, seeing as the primary developers on the jailbreak scene (the evad3rs) were planning on waiting for iOS 8 to preserve valuable exploits, the utility has proved successful in undoubtedly jailbreaking millions of iOS-based devices.

Furthermore, in addition to the surprise that was Pangu, iOS 7.1.2 also came as somewhat of a welcomed shock when it was discovered that Apple had neglected to patch the vulnerabilities exploited by Pangu to jailbreak 7.1.x UnTethered.

iOS 7.1.2 Jailbreak Window And The Firmware’s Greatest Flaw

However, the streak of jailbreaking Apple’s latest public firmware may soon be coming to an end with the ineludible release of iOS 7.1.3. Moreover, a majority of those who updated to iOS 7.1.2, jailbreakers and regular iOS users alike, noticed that the firmware causes a peculiar and unnecessary battery drain for most devices.

That being said, when iOS 7.1.3 is eventually released, it will be a tricky situation. On one side, some may immediately update if the firmware corrects the aforementioned battery issue, while on the other, iOS 7.1.3 is almost guaranteed to patch Pangu.

Apple’s Forthcoming iOS 7.1.3 Battery And Jailbreak Patching Update

While the staff of Evasi0n Jailbreak strongly advises against updating to the pending firmware release, there may be a third alternative, if we’re lucky. During the days of evasi0n7, Apple released iOS 7.0.6 to correct a major SSL security vulnerability in iOS. Following the release of said security update, an iOS hacker created a package for those already jailbroken on an earlier version of 7.0.x that essentially applied a the fix on any of the older iterations of iOS 7. Although it’s impossible to tell at this point, it would certainly be great if the same principal applied to the rather annoying iOS 7.1.2 battery drain complication.

Of course while we’ll know more in the days to come, avoid iOS 7.1.3 to maintain your device’s jailbroken state and stay tuned for complete coverage on the upcoming firmware.

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Publié le 11 Juillet 2014

Evasi0n Jailbreak For iOS 7.1.2, Will Evasion Be Updated To Jailbreak 7.1.x?

Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2, Will Evasion be Updated to Jailbreak 7.1.x? – With the latest Pangu iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2 jailbreak available for all iDevices, including newer ones such as the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, 5, 4S, iPad Air and the Retina iPad Mini 2, jailbreakers the world over got their wish. However, as surprising as it may be, there are still those who refuse to jailbreak 7.1.2 due to Pangu’s origin and are insisting on waiting for an UnTethered solution from the evad3rs. While we’ve covered the legitimacy of the new 7.1 jailbreak, and previously dispelled any claims of Pangu being fake, in light of our recent switch back to our original domain (Evasi0n Jailbreak), we felt as though it was an excellent time to further discuss the iOS 7.1.x jailbreak and whether the evad3rs will release evasion for 7.1.2!

Can I Jailbreak 7.1.2 With Evasi0n?

Although it would certainly be amazing if the evad3rs released evasi0n for iOS 7.1.2, it simply won’t happen.

We’ve briefly touched on this topic before in various articles regarding the 7.1 Pangu utility, essentially, it’s a matter of legality. Now before you say, “wait a second, I thought jail breaking was legal,” it is – jailbreaking has remained legal under the DMCA, the act of executing a 7.1.2 jailbreak itself isn’t the issue.

Can the Evad3rs Update Evasi0n for iOS 7.1.2?

The problem, and primary complication that’s preventing the evad3rs from simply reverse engineering Pangu and developing an updated evasi0n 7.1 tool, is the method Pangu employes to deliver (and execute) the initial unsigned code.

To simplify this explanation as much as possible it’s paramount to understand what and how a jailbreak is and functions, or at least have a rudimentary grasp of the concept.

The end goal of any jailbreak is to allow for root access, which enables all of the tweaks and packages that propagate Cydia to function. First however, code that isn’t signed by a developer, approved by Apple’s strict review team and distributed through the App Store must be executed, typically via exploits.

Pangu is Fundamentally Different than the Evasi0n Jailbreak

In the case of the Pangu jailbreak, the Pangu Team (the group of developers behind the creation of the 7.1.x jailbreak) used an Apple Developer Enterprise account to allow for the unsigned code to execute properly without burning through the incredibly valuable initial exploits that are typically required.

While other vulnerabilities are indeed used and exploited following the opening of the Pangu app, which functions thanks to the use of expired Developer Enterprise certificates (that function thanks to a loophole in Apple’s Developer program,which is explained in more depth here), Pangu relies heavily on the aforementioned certificates – without them, there wouldn’t be a jailbreak.

Although the evad3rs could have easily used either a Developer Enterprise account of their own or burn through new exploits, neither avenue is appealing and both have their obvious drawbacks.

The Untethered Jailbreak 7.1.2 Utility

That being said, Pangu will remain the only jailbreak for iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2. What’s more, Apple will almost certainly patch the jailbreak with the release of their forthcoming iOS 7.1.3 update.

Needless to say, if you have yet to jailbreak 7.1.2, the time to do so would be now – don’t miss your opportunity, as another jailbreak won’t be released until the days of iOS 8. To jailbreak 7.1, 7.1.1 or 7.1.2 fully Untethered on any iPhone,iPad or iPod touch model, we strongly advise following our detailed 7.1.x Pangu guide.

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Publié le 11 Juillet 2014

How To Install iOS 8 Beta 3 Free Without UDID On 7.1.2 And Fix Activation Errors

How to Install iOS 8 Beta 3 for Free Without Registering a UDID, Download from iOS 7.1.2 And Fix Activation Errors – Earlier this morning, almost three week after issuing the second iOS 8 beta firmware to registered iOS developers, Apple has seeded iOS 8 beta 3 to those enrolled in the company’s official developer program. If you’re unfamiliar with the forthcoming major iOS installment, which is scheduled to be released later this fall, the update will bring a multitude of welcomed features to the operating system, including actionable Notifications, numerous developer APIs, quick reply for the Messages app, Continuity and more. Thankfully, in light of the Pangu Untethered iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak utility, those who update to iOS 8 will (as of writing this article) will be able to downgrade back to iOS 7.1.2 and retain their ability to jailbreak 7.1.2 fully UnTethered using Pangu – our complete Pangu 7.1.x tutorial is available here. With that said, in this both educational and informational tutorial, we’ll highlight a flaw in iTunes’ beta IPSW update system that allows iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models running iOS 7.1.2 to update to iOS 8 beta 3 without having their UDIDs officially registeredthrough a Developer account, while simultaneously avoiding Activation errors!

Install iOS 8 Beta 3 Without UDID And Correct 8.0 Activation Errors

Before continuing, it’s paramount to realize that the process outlined in today’s article is reserved for educational purposes to highlight a security flaw in iTunes. Furthermore, because of Apple’s copyright of iOS 8, we will not and cannot provide direct iOS 8 beta 2 download links – you must download iOS 8.0 through Apple’s developer portal to test this security flaw firsthand. Additionally, when performing a feat such as updating to iOS 8 beta 3 from 7.1.2, you agree and fully understand that you assume complete and total legal responsibility if the UDID of the device that’s updated to 8.0 isn’t registered through Apple.

Finally, in light of the fact that the iOS 8 beta 3 install process is virtually identical to that of beta 2 and 1′s, we’re simply going to link readers to our detailed beta 1 tutorial and highlight the work required prior to updating in today’s article.

  1. Backup your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch inside iTunes, this includes the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, 5, 4s, 4, the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, 3, 4 and the 5th generation iPod touch.
  2. Restore to the latest public firmware, which is currently iOS 7.1.2 (this is a necessity).
  3. Initiate a restore from the backup that was created when following the first step of this guide.
  4. Navigate to our detailed 8.0 beta 1 guide, follow the iOS 8 update procedure highlighted in said guide, and then return to this article for important post-update steps.
  5. Once the update completes, immediately disconnect your iPhone, iPod or iPad from your computer and avoid connecting to iTunes in the future to circumventactivation errors.
  6. Reboot to ensure that your device doesn’t experience any of the errors previously mentioned in the fifth step.

Hypothetically speaking, the completion of the above steps will officially install iOS 8 beta 2 on any iPad, iPhone or iPod touch model previously running iOS 7.1.2.

If, for whatever reason, you’re at all confused by the information conveyed in this strictly educational article, we recommend watching iCrackUriDevice’s video, which can be found embedded above.

Finally, to conclude, if you’re interested in earning paid iOS 7.1.2 App Store appsfor Free, regardless of your jailbreak status, navigate to our tutorial on Free App Life for iOS.

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Publié le 4 Juillet 2014

The iOS 7.1.2 Pangu Jailbreak Won’t Last, 7.1.3 To Patch Pangu, Jailbreak Now

The iOS 7.1.2 Pangu Jailbreak Won’t Last, 7.1.3 to Patch Pangu - Recently, in an unexpected and certainly surprise release, a new Dev Team (dubbed the Pangu Team) released their untethered jailbreak 7.1.2 and iOS 7.1.1 utility to the public that’s capable of jailbreaking the iPhone 5S, 5c, 5, iPhone 4S, 4, iPad Air, Retina iPad mini 2, iPad 4, mini, 3, 2 and the iPhone touch 5 on the latest public firmware. While the original Pangu jailbreak was released prior to this week’s iOS 7.1.2 update, the Pangu Team created the utility with the intent of functioning on 7.1.2 regardless of whether Apple patched the vulnerabilities exploited by Pangu to originally jailbreak iOS 7.1.1. Thankfully, in Apple’s haste to issue 7.1.2 and correct various bugs that were present in 7.1.x, the company neglected to patchsaid vulnerabilities, allowing Pangu to jailbreak 7.1.2 fully UnTethered. However, the current (incredible and unforeseen) ability for jailbreakers to actuallyjailbreak the latest public firmware, in this case iOS 7.1.2, is a rarity and won’t last long – learn more about this incredible opportunity to jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 after the break!

The Pangu Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Utility Won’t Last, 7.1.3 To Patch Pangu – Jailbreak 7.1.2 Now!

If it weren’t for the Pangu Team, the public simply wouldn’t be able to jailbreak 7.1.1, let alone the latest iOS 7.1.2 firmware. Looking back, the evad3rs (the more prominent of the two dev teams currently on the jailbreak scene) have maintained their one-jailbreak-a-year formula to preserve precious exploits for use on future versions of iOS. Last year, the preservation of exploits lead to evasi0n7 for iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6 and newer iDevices, including the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5c, iPad Air and the Retina iPad mini 2.

However, in a welcomed and unpredictable move, the newly established Pangu Team quickly asserted themselves on the jailbreak scene and effectively accomplished their goal: “to let the world know that China also has top technical talent”.

Thanks to Pangu, the world can now jailbreak 7.1.x, but not for long. Although Apple didn’t close the vulnerabilities exploited by Pangu in 7.1.2, they will issue an update in the foreseeable future to patch Pangu, likely iOS 7.1.3. Assuming the company does issue 7.1.3, like iOS 7.1 patched evasi0n7, the public will no longer be able to utilize Pangu to jailbreak 7.1.3 and those who update will regrettably forfeit their ability to jailbreak.

If, for whatever reason, you have yet to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x, whether it’s because you’re unsure of Pangu or you feel the utility is in some way unsafe, you’re effectively wasting a perfectly good opportunity to jailbreak. In addition to MuscleNerd of the evad3rs, Saurik (the creator of Cydia), iH8sn0w, i0n1c and iCrackUriDevice (all prominent figures in the world of jailbreaking), have confirmed that Pangu is authentic and is a safe avenue for jailbreaking 7.1.2.

Furthermore, if you’re holding off on jailbreaking until the evad3rs issue an updated version of evasi0n, don’t! As we explained in our recent “Pangu Questions and Answers” article, we explain exactly why the evad3rs won’t update evasi0n to jailbreak 7.1.2, the legitimacy of the utility and more.

Jailbreak 7.1.2 Tutorial – Pangu Jailbreak Won’t Last, 7.1.3 To Patch Pangu

For those of you who have yet to and are ready to jailbreak 7.1.2, we strongly advise following our compressive iOS 7.1.2 and 7.1.1 jailbreak tutorial for theiPhone 5s, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, 4s, 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini, 4, 3, 2 and iPod Touch 5th generation.

Finally, in conclusion, if you want to earn paid iOS 7.1.2 App Store apps for Free, regardless of your jailbreak status, visit our tutorial on Free App Life.

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Publié le 4 Juillet 2014

Apple Releases iOS 7.1.2 – Jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTethered By Way Of Pangu

Apple Releases iOS 7.1.2; Jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTethered by way of Pangu –Today, following Apple’s release of iOS 7.1.1 over two months ago, the company issued iOS 7.1.2 to the public for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. While the update itself is relatively minor, offering mostly bug fixes and security enhancements, it does correct a severe issue with email attachments not encrypting properly. While bug fixes are certainly nice and usually a welcome addition to any release, jailbreakers typically avoid iOS updates, seeing as they’ve historically patched the vulnerabilities exploited in past utilities. Now, with last week’s unexpected Pangu jailbreak utility, the majority of jailbreakers are undoubtedly wondering whether it’s possible to jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTethered using Pangu. The answer, a surprising yes, you can jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 fully Untethered!

Can I Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Via Pangu?

That’s right, iOS 7.1.2 is fully jailbreakable by way of Pangu; the update doesn’t patch the vulnerabilities the new Chinese jailbreakexploits to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak.

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Publié le 4 Juillet 2014

Download Pangu 1.1.0 UnTethered Jailbreak 7.1.1 For Mac, English Support

Download Pangu 1.1.0 to Jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered, Mac And English Support – Today, less than a week after the new and “out-of-the-blue” (as MuscleNerd of the evad3rs put it) jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered utility was released to the public, the Pangu Team updated Pangu to version 1.1.0 to not only natively support Mac OS X and English, but also to swap several of the exploits the utility utilizes. While you won’t necessarily need to restore and re-Jailbreak, unless you encounter issues, Pangu 1.1.0 should rectify complications with the iPad 2 and allow users to effortlessly jailbreak iOS 7.1.1. The new Pangu jailbreak tool functions on the latest version of iOS, being 7.1.1, as well as the firmware’s predecessor: 7.1. For those of you who have been anxiously awaiting this update, you can now jailbreak 7.1.1 on all iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models with Windows, OS X and English support!

Jailbreak 7.1.1 And Download Pangu 1.1.0 via Official Download Links

As previously mentioned, the Pangu 1.1.0 jailbreak utility is compatible with all iOS-based devices running 7.1 and 7.1.1, which includes the following iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models.

  • iPhone 5S
  • Phone 5C
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Mini 2 with Retina display
  • iPad 4th gen (A6X chip)
  • iPad 3
  • iPad 2
  • Original iPad mini
  • iPod touch 5th generation

If you have yet to jailbreak 7.1.1 and you’re interested in doing so, we stronglyadvise following our complete written and video tutorial(s) to assist you in the process of updating to and jailbreaking 7.1.1 Untethered.

Download Pangu 1.1.0 to Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered – Pangu Download Links
  • Download Pangu 1.1.0 for Mac OS X-based computers – New
  • Download Pangu for Windows 7, 8, Vista and XP-powered 32 and 64-bit PCs

Download Pangu 1.1.0 Requirements

The following is a list of iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak requirements for the Official Pangu 1.1.0 utility that we’ve compiled for your convenience.

  • Patience when jailbreaking!
  • A computer running Windows (XP minimum: 64 or 32-bit) 0r Mac OS X.
  • The latest version of iTunes installed on your computer.
  • And iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 7.1 through 7.1.1.
  • A standard USB cable to connect your device to a computer.

Jailbreak Download Pangu 1.1.0 Note: In addition to Pangu 1.1, you must also have the latest version of iTunes installed on your Windows or OS X-based computer before you can jailbreak your iOS device on Apple’s iOS 7.1.1 firmware.

If you’re interested in learning how to earn paid iOS 7 through 7.1.1 App Store apps for Free, with or without a Jailbreak, we suggest visiting our tutorial on FreeAppLife.

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Publié le 27 Juin 2014

Untethered iOS 7.1.1 Pangu Jailbreak And Apple’s New 2014 16GB iPod Touch 5G

UnTethered iOS 7.1.x Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.1 On Apple’s New 2014 16GB iPod Touch 5G - Following the Pangu Team’s recent release of their Untetheredjailbreak 7.1.1 for all iDevices, including newer ones like the iPhone 5s, iPad Air and the Retina iPad mini, Apple released a new 2014-edition iPod Touch, more or less. Apple has essentially replaced their lower-end, 16GB, rear camera-less iPod touch 5G with a full-fledge, cheaper, no compromise 5th generation iPod touch model. Now, in addition to the other iOS 7-powered devices, new iPod touch owners are wondering if they can jailbreak 7.1.1 on the 2014 16GB iPod touch 5thgen. In today’s brief article, we’ll tackle that question, as well as the topic of the
Pangu jailbreak’s future.

Jailbreak 7.1.1 Pangu On Apple’s New 2014 iPod Touch 5G 16GB

As previously mentioned, Apple replaced the company’s inferior first-edition 16GB iPod touch 5 with a new 16 GB model that’s now identical to the higher-end 32 and 64GB 5th gen iPod touch models, as far as features are concerned.

For more information, as well as an unboxing, a detailed comparison and an in-depth review of the slightly revised 2014 iPod touch, we recommend watching iCrackUriDevice’s video, which can be found embedded below.

With that said, because we’re Jailbreak Pangu, let’s move on to discussing the latest UnTethered iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak and its compatibility with Apple’s minor iPod Touch 5 refresh.

Can I Jailbreak The 2014 16GB iPod Touch On iOS 7.1.1 With Pangu?

Yes, the newest 5th generation iPod touch can be jailbroken on iOS 7.1.1 by way of the new UnTethered Pangu utility.

If you’re not familiar with the jailbreak method for Pangu, we advise following our detailed jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered tutorial and watching the corresponding video guide, which is embedded below.

As for the Pangu jailbreak itself, the tool has a future – at least in theory. Pangu was built with the future in mind and has native support for iOS 7.1.2, provided Apple doesn’t patch the exploits utilized in Pangu when they issue the update in the foreseeable future. While that’s all we’ll say on the topic for now, stay tuned for a separate article covering iOS 7.1.2, Pangu and the UnTethered jailbreak in further detail.

If you’re interested in learning how it’s possible to earn paid iOS 7.1.1 App Store apps for Free, with or without a Jailbreak, we suggest visiting our guide on FreeAppLife.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Pangu iOS 7.1.1 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantaneously notified when we publish future articles pertaining to both 7.1.1 and iOS 7.1.2, as well as the Pangu jailbreak utility.

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Publié le 27 Juin 2014

Pangu iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak: Is It Safe, What About Evasion 7.1.1? Pangu Questions

Pangu 7.1.1 Jailbreak For iOS 7.1.x: Is Pangu Safe, Will There Be An Evasi0n 7.1.1 Tool, Can I Change My Date And Other Questions - Pangu, a strange and interesting name that was virtually unheard of amongst members of the jailbreak community until yesterday. Now however, the name is quickly rising in prominence and recognition following an “out-of-the-blue” (as MuscleNerd put it) release of the Pangu jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered utility from the new Chinese Pangu Dev Team. While many have questioned the authenticity of the new and unfamiliar team that operates under the Pangu moniker, we’re here to set the record straight regarding the all-new Pangu iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models and clarify current misconceptions. As a precursor, it’s paramount to mention that Pangu remains the only Untethered jailbreak 7.1.1solution for all iDevices, including the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4S, 4, iPad Air, Mini 2, iPad 4, 3 and the 5th generation iPod touch.

Is Pangu Safe To Use And Can I Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered?

Simply stated, yes, Pangu issafe. While there have been questions pertaining to the tool’s authenticity and origin, we’ll highlight all areas of concern in today’s explanatory post – please reserve your questions until after reading all of our key points.

MuscleNerd of the evad3rs, Saurik (the creator of Cydia), i0n1c, iH8Sn0w and iCrackUriDevice, as well as the staff of Jailbreak Pangu (formerly Jailbreak Evasi0n Info) have all confirmed the legitimacy of Pangu and have verified that the tool is safe.

Where does Pangu come from and who Developed it?

Pangu was created by a group of Chinese hackers that go by the same name as the utility: the Pangu Team.

The group of iOS hackers were hired by a third-party Chinese company that offered to pay Pangu an undisclosed sum of money to create a new Untethered jailbreak for 7.1.1 and bundle somewhat questionable software with it. However, said software can be opted out of prior to the install, which is actually what we recommended doing in our detailed Pangu jailbreak tutorial.

Why do I need to set the Date to June 2nd and What’s the Certificate Pangu installs?

Both of these commonly asked questions can be answered simultaneously when knowing how Pangu works. Essentially, instead of burning through valuable exploits for the initial execution of unsigned code to exploit iOS 7.1.1, Pangu makes use of an Enterprise Developer account from Apple, which requires theinstallation of certificates.

As for why it’s required to roll the date back when jailbreaking with Pangu, for the same reason a similar process is required when installing GBA4iOS. Due to the fact that Apple doesn’t sanction the use of Developer certificates for the purpose of jailbreaking, the company has revoked the distribution privileges of the Developer account that generated the certificates. In light of that fact, setting the date back to June 2nd, a time when the Developer account still possessed distribution privileges, is required to actually make use of the certificates and allow the jailbreak to function properly.

Can I change my device’s Settings to reflect the current Date after Jailbreaking with Pangu?

Yes, once jailbroken on iOS 7.1.1, you may return your device to the current date. In fact, following the final reboot in the jailbreak process, Pangu should revert the date Settings on 7.1.x automatically.

Will the Evad3rs Update Evasi0n? I think I’ll wait until they Release Evasion 7.1.1

Unfortunately, that’s not a possibility. The evad3rs won’t update evasi0n to jailbreak 7.1.1 – in fact, they can’t. When Apple released iOS 7.1 to the public, the company effectively patched the key iOS vulnerabilities that evasi0n exploited to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak on iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6. That, in conjunction with the fact that Pangu utilizes a Developer Enterprise cert (certificate) are the contributing factors in why the evad3rs cannot simply reverse engineer Pangu to update evasi0n for iOS 7.1.1

While the evad3rs are bound by the US law in relation to iOS and the use of Enterprise accounts for the execution of unsigned code, the Pangu team presumably reside outside the jurisdiction of the any such restrictions.

Pangu is in Chinese, I can’t understand it – Is there an English version of Pangu?

No, as of now, the interface for Pangu 1.0 is exclusively written in Chinese. However, our in-depth tutorial, which is linked to both above and below, contains not only fool-proof instructions to successfully jailbreak 7.1.1, but also a step-by-step video explantation.

What’s the Jailbreak Process like, is it Easy enough to use Pangu to Jailbreak 7.1.1?

Surprisingly, it’s a breeze to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with Pangu – it’s a relatively painless process and devices jailbroken via Pangu remain extremely responsive.

If you have yet to jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered, don’t forget to follow ourcomprehensive iOS 7.1.1 Pangu tutorial for the most thorough guide on the web.

Stay tuned for additional coverage on Pangu and if you’re interested in learning how to earn paid iOS 7.1.1 App Store apps for Free, with or without a Jailbreak, we advise navigating to our tutorial on FreeAppLife.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Pangu 7.1.1 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be swiftly notified when we publish new articles regarding iOS 7.1.1, Apple’s upcoming 7.1.2 firmware and the Pangu jailbreak.

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