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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Publié le 27 Juin 2014

Jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered iOS 7.1 With Pangu On iPhone 5S, iPad And All iDevices

How to Jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered iOS 7.1 With Pangu on the iPhone 5S,iPhone 5C, 4S,4, iPad Air, Mini 2, 4,3 and iPod Touch 5 – Today, in a surprise and certainly unexpected release, a Chinese team of hackers who go by the name of Pangu released an UnTethered utility that can jailbreak 7.1.1 and iOS 7.1 on alliPhone, iPad and iPod touch models that can update to the firmware! Apparently, i0n1c was correct in suggesting that multiple teams who were financed by third-party Chinese piracy sources would be competing to release the next UnTethered jailbreak. Although when the hacker said that, he was alluding to iOS 8 and not 7.1.1, but either way, the next jailbreak is finally here, albeit bundled with a piracy store and an enterprise certificate. While funded by a Chinese piracy service, Pangu is the only iOS 7.1.1 Untethered jailbreak solution and we’re going to tell you exactly how to utilize it in today’s tutorial!

As previously mentioned, the new Pangu jailbreak 7.1.1 utility supports the following iPhone, iPad and iPod ouch models running iOS 7.1.1:

  • iPhone 5S
  • iPhone 5C
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPad Air
  • iPad mini Retina
  • iPad Mini (first generation)
  • iPad 4
  • iPad 3
  • iPad 2
  • iPod Touch 5th generation

Before continuing further with this iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak tutorial, ensure that you have access to the following items, all of which are necessary to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered.

  • Any of the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch models listed above that’s running iOS 7.1.1.
  • A Windows-based PC – while OS X isn’t currently supported, Pangu should update their utility soon to include Mac OS X functionality.
  • The all-new Pangu Windows jailbreak utility and Apple’s latest version of iTunes installed on your computer, both of which can be found in the download section at the end of this tutorial.

Without further ado, let’s proceed with the steps required to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 on any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad that’s capable of updating to the firmware.

How To Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered Using Pangu – Written And Video Tutorials

  1. Beyond Pangu for iOS 7.1.1, download iTunes from our download section, which is listed below, to ensure that you obtain genuine software.
  2. Upon downloading Pangu v1.0, plug your iPhone, iPad or iPod into your computer via either Apple’s standard 30-pin USB or Lightning cable and run the program.
  3. To ensure that unnecessary Chinese software is not installed on your iDevice, uncheck the box toward the bottom of Pangu’s foreign interface (refer to the above video if you’re at all confused by this step).
  4. After confirming that your device has been identified at the top of the Pangu interface window, click the start (????) button and set the date back to June 2nd, 2014 at 8:30 PM or 20:30 (navigate to Settings > General > Time & Dateand uncheck “Set Automatically”)
  5. Once Pangu’s progress bar continues, press the home button on your device and tap the new “Pangu” icon to proceed with the iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak.
  6. Leave your iDevice connected to your computer and once it reboots, unlock the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and tap the Pangu icon for a second time.
  7. Finally, after the last reboot has finished, your device should display a welcome site: Cydia. However, your device won’t be usable until it resprings after reorganizing iOS 7.1.x’s filesystem (refer to the video).

Congratulations, after following and completing seven simple and easy-to-understand steps, you’ve successfully jailbroken your iPod touch, iPad or iPhone on iOS 7.1.1!

Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 Pangu Download Section

Finally as a concluding note, if you’re interested in earning paid iOS 7.1.x App Store apps for Free, with or without a Jailbreak on 7.1.1, we strongly recommend visiting our tutorial covering Free App Life.

Thanks for both reading and following our detailed UnTethered jailbreak 7.1.1 guide. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Evasion 7.1.1 UnTethered Info news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be promptly notified when we publish future articles concerning iOS 7.1.1, Apple’s forthcoming 7.1.2 firmware and updates to the Pangu Untethered 7.1.1 jailbreak.

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Publié le 27 Juin 2014

Apple Prepares 7.1.2, Will An iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak 7.1.2 Solution Be Released?

Apple Prepares 7.1.2, Will an iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak 7.1.2 be Released? - Exactly one month ago, Apple released the dreaded iOS 7.1.1 update to the public and while its not possible for the public to jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered, hacker Stefan Esser (i0n1c) has teased an iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered jailbreak numerous times. Following every aforementioned “tease,” the majority of the jailbreakcommunity became filled with excitement, only to be letdown in the days following, seeing as a utility to jailbreak 7.1.1 has yet to be released. Now however, Apple appears to be on the verge of releasing iOS 7.1.2 – according to MacRumors, the site has seen a surge in their weblogs of visits from iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models running iOS 7.1.2. That being said, will there be a solutionto jailbreak 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 following the firmware’s release?

iOS 7.1.2 Changes And Modifications – Can I Jailbreak 7.1.2 (Upon Its Release)?

Before delving into the multifaceted answer to the above question, let’s quickly examine iOS 7.1.2. The firmware is said to be in the initial testing stages with Apple’s carrier partners, who were allegedly asked to “sign off” on the update by this coming Friday, June 27th.

As for updates, iOS 7.1.2 will more than likely provide a remedy for a now well-known email attachment encryption error and could solve the nuisance of numbers remaining associated with iMessage following users’ decisions to leave iOS for other mobile platforms. Beyond that, iOS 7.1.2 may solve a bug that affects iOS’ lockscreen and bring improvements to iBeacon connectivity.

Jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTethered – How Will The Firmware Affect Jailbreaking?

Now, on to jailbreaking and how the process may be affected by iOS 7.1.2. To preface, it’s crucial to mention that we’re writing this post under the assumption that our readers are familiar with the recent turn of events on the jailbreakscene, especially in relation to i0n1c – to get caught up, we advise reading through the articles found in our detailed jailbreak 7.1.1 archive.

As with both 7.1 and 7.1.1, iOS 7.1.2 will still feature the same patches to the evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6. Nothing will change on that front and it will be impossible for the public tojailbreak 7.1.2, at least following the firmware’s release. While i0n1c did suggest that he’ll create another “proof of jailbreak” video to showcase his Cyberelevat0rjailbreak tool functioning on iOS 7.1.2, it’s impossible to say for certain if the hacker has any sort of plans for a release in mind.

Needless to say, if your iOS-based device is currently jailbroken on iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6, avoid updating like the plague. However, for those running either 7.1 or 7.1.1, while it’s unlikely that this firmware will impact your future ability tojailbreak, it’s good practice to avoid updating until speculation has solidified into certainty.

For those of you who have yet to vote and share your opinion(s) regarding 7.1.1, iOS 8 and the next UnTethered jailbreak, be sure to visit our post discussing thepossibility of an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak solution prior to iOS 8′s public release.

Also, keep your browsers locked to Jailbreak Evasi0n Info for complete coverage on jailbreaking and iOS 7.1.2 as the situation unfolds.

Finally, if you’re interested in earning paid App Store apps for Free, without aJailbreak on iOS 6 through 7.1.1, we highly recommend visiting our post covering Free App Life.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak 7.1.2 Evasi0n Info news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantly notified when we publish new articles pertaining to iOS 7.1.2, the current 7.1.1 public firmware and the next major UnTetheredjailbreak.

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Publié le 20 Juin 2014

Will There Be A Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered Solution Before iOS 8?

Will There be a Jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered Solution before iOS 8? - Following our recent article concerning Cydia 1.1.11 and the possibility of an UnTethered jailbreak solution for iOS 7.1.1, Saurik issued a third update to Cydia, which as most of you know is the graphical user interface that allows pre-iOS 7.1.1 jailbroken devices to install and manage iOS tweaks. But beyond Cydia’s latest update, what about an actual UnTethered utility to jailbreak 7.1.1 on all iDevices, including the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPad Air and iPad Mini 2? To answer that question, it’s important to understand the recent history of jailbreaking and how the evad3rs (the only team of jailbreak developers that have released UnTethered jailbreak tools in the past two years) have handled issuing their tools to the public. Without any further ado, let’s delve into jailbreaking and what lies ahead for the process, post iOS 7.1.1.

UnTethered Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 Solution Or iOS 8 Utility?

While there have been multiple of UnTethered jailbreak tools for previous major iOS installments in years past, the process ofjailbreaking continues to grow more complex as Apple patches the aforementioned tools and releases dozens of new and untested (as far as jailbreaking is concerned) iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models.

That being said, although there were two major UnTethered jailbreak utilities for various iOS 5 firmwares, last year’s iOS 6 only received one such utility: the original evasi0n to jailbreak 6.0 through 6.1.2. As with the first version of evasion, the evad3rs latest evasi0n7 jailbreak tool for iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6 could very well be the last jailbreak for the firmware installation.

However that doesn’t mean jailbreaking is dead, far from it – the future of jailbreaking is extremely bright, especially with iOS 8 on the horizon. Multiple teams (some financed by Chinese companies with extrinsic motivations) are said to be gunning and racing to release the next UnTethered jailbreak utility for the upcoming release. In all likelihood though, it will almost certainly be the evad3rs who will, yet again, come to the rescue of millions of jailbreakers around the globe.

Should There Be An iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered Jailbreak Or An iOS 8 Jailbreak?

What are your thoughts on the situation – would the jailbreak community be better off waiting until iOS 8 or should someone like i0n1c issue a secondary iOS 7 jailbreak utility for iOS 7.1.1? Cast your votes now on the quick poll found above and share your opinions in the comment section.

Finally, if you’re interested in earning paid iOS 7 apps for Free from Apple’s App Store, without a Jailbreak, we strongly recommend reading through our tutorial on Free App Life.

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Publié le 20 Juin 2014

Install iOS 8 Beta 2 Free Without UDID From iOS 7.1.1 And Fix Activation Errors

How to Install iOS 8 beta 2 for Free Without a Registered UDID and Download from iOS 7.1.1 And Correct Activation Errors – Today, just over two weeks after having unveiled and released iOS 8 beta 1 to developers, Apple has officially seeded iOS 8 beta 2 for those enrolled in the company’s developer program. For those unfamiliar, Apple’s latest major firmware installment brings a multitude of powerful and highly requested features to iOS, including Continuity, actionable Notifications and a plethora of new developer APIs. Unfortunately, like with iOS 7.1.1 and 8.0 beta 1, users who updated to iOS 8 beta 2 from an earlier iteration of iOS 7 will regrettably waive their ability to jailbreak UnTethered. Furthermore, if downgrading from iOS 8, iDevices will be forced into restoring to iOS 7.1.1 (Apple’s latest public firmware as of writing this article) and there currently isn’t a tool available to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered. That being said, in this both informational and educational tutorial, we’ll highlight a security flaw in iTunes’ update system that allows devices running iOS 7.1.1 to update to iOS 8 beta 2 without having their UDIDs registered through a Developer account!

Install iOS 8 Beta 2 Without UDID And Fix Activation Errors

Before you proceed, it’s crucial to understand that the process outlined in today’s article is strictly for educational purposes to showcase an iTunes security flaw. Moreover, in light of Apple’s copyright of iOS 8, we cannot provide direct iOS 8 beta 2 download links – you’ll need to download iOS 8.0 beta 2 elsewhere to test this update security flaw. Also, when taking on a feat such as updating to iOS 8 beta 2, you agree and understand that you assume complete and total legal responsibility if you do not update a device with its UDID registered.

Finally, seeing as the actual iOS 8 beta 2 install process is identical to that of beta 1′s, we’re merely going to link readers to our beta 1 install tutorial and highlight the prep work required before updating in today’s article.

How To Install 8.0 Beta 2, iOS 8 Beta 2 For Free Without UDID – Prep And Post Work:
  1. Backup your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch inside iTunes.
  2. Restore to iOS 7.1.1 (this is a necessity) once your device has finished backing up.
  3. Restore from the backup that was created when following the first step.
  4. Follow the iOS 8 update procedure detailed in our 8.0 beta 1 guide to install iOS 8 beta 2 and then return to this guide for important post-update details.
  5. Immediately after the install completes, disconnect your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad from your computer and refrain from connecting to iTunes in the future to avoid activation errors.
  6. Reboot your iDevice to ensure that it doesn’t experience the aforementioned issues.

Hypothetically speaking, following the above steps will officially install iOS 8 beta 2 on any iPad, iPhone or iPod touch model running 7.1.1.

If you’re at all confused by any of the information outlined in the purely educational article, we advise watching iCrackUriDevice’s in-depth video, which can be found embedded above.

Also, as a final concluding note, to earn paid apps for Free from Apple’s App Store (legally), without a 7.1.1 Jailbreak, we strongly recommend reading through our tutorial on Free App Life.

As always, thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Evasi0n iOS 8 beta 1 Info news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be promptly notified when we publish new articles pertaining to Apple, iOS 8 beta firmwares and new jailbreak utilities.

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Publié le 13 Juin 2014

While A 7.1.1 Jailbreak Remains Elusive, Cydia 1.1.11 Update Brings Improvements

While The iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Remains Elusive, Cydia Updated To 1.1.11 – Today’s topic of discussion: Cydia (the graphical user interface for managing third-party iOS tweaks), iOS 7.1.1 and jailbreaking. While the last two have been a sore subject for those who either mistakenly updated or purchased their iDevice(s) running the latest firmware and found themselves unable to jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered, the first item on the aforementioned list is rather intriguing and warrants discussion. Although not as exciting for those in need of an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak, Cydia recently received a substantial update that brings a plethora of welcomed additions and enhancements. In spite of the fact that not all jailbreakers are immediately impacted by the latest update, once a post iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered jailbreak utility is made available, Cydia 1.1.11 will improve user experience for jailbreakers across the globe!

iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Remains Elusive, Cydia 1.1.11 Update Offers Vast Improvements

In addition to enabling the ability to sort packagesbased on the time of install and sporting a new icon and minor interface upgrades,Cydia 1.1.11 brings the following:

  • Improvements to how Cydia handles repositories (sources).
  • Fixes status bar issues present on devices jailbroken on iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6.
  • Refresh activity is now indicated on each Source separately.
  • Queue Tab has been moved to [Installed].
  • Improves how packages are handled.
  • Support for all default iOS international keyboards.
  • Non-Retina display devices load assets in improved clarity.
  • Corrects a number of issues.
When Can Everyone Utilize Cydia 1.1.11 And Jailbreak 7.1.1?

Unfortunately, as we detailed in a recent article, “the closest analogy to the current state of the jailbreak situation is that it’s ‘like the wild west’”.

Given i0n1c’s erratic tweets and various jailbreak teases, it’s uncertain whether a new utility will be released to jailbreak 7.1.1 or if the developers will hold off on issuing a new UnTethered jailbreak utility until the next major iOS installment (iOS 8) is available to the public, as the evad3rs have done over the past two years.

With that said, stay tuned and keep your browsers locked to Jailbreak Evasi0n Info for complete coverage on iOS 7.1.1 and the jailbreak situation as it unfolds.

Finally, as one last tidbit, if you’re curious as to how to earn paid apps from Apple’s App Store for Free, legally, without a jailbreak on iOS 7.1.1 or earlier, we recommend following our guide on FreeAppLife.

As always, thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Evasi0n 7.1.1 and Cydia Info news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be immediately updated when we post future articles concerning Cydia, iOS 7.1.1 and the forthcoming jailbreak.

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Publié le 13 Juin 2014

Jailbreak 7.1.1 Situation, iOS 8 And iPhone 5s Future UnTethered Utility

It’s safe to say that jailbreaking, especially in relation to iOS 7.1.1 and its jailbreak status, is the focal point of Jailbreak Evasion Info. Without jailbreaking, it’s a certainty that entire iOS community as a whole wouldn’t be as strong as it is today. However, for the majority of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners “jailbreaking” is easier said than done – when Apple released iOS 7.1, and the even newer iOS 7.1.1, the company effectively patched the evasion jailbreak, which functions on all devices running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6. Therefore, it’s not possible to jailbreak 7.1.1 fully UnTethered on any device – the sole iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak utility in existence exclusively supports the iPhone 4 due to its use of the old limera1n exploit from 2010. Thankfully though, the jailbreak community now has something to look forward to that’s more tangible than i0n1c’s continual iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak teases: the promise of a new untethered jailbreak

In an interesting turn of events, following Apple’s patch of the evasi0n Untethered jailbreak, iOS hacker and security expert Stefan Esser (better known by his Twitter handle: i0n1c) discovered a new method for jailbreaking that applies to iOS 7.1.1 as a byproduct of one of the hacker’s exploitation seminars.

Jailbreak 7.1.1 Situation, iOS 8 iPhone 5s UnTethered Utility

However, following i0n1c’s announcement of a successful UnTethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 and the hacker’s proof that accompanied said announcement, i0n1c took matters a step further by releasing a “proof of untethered 7.1.1 jailbreak” video to validate his claims. Moreover, due to the way it was progressing, numerous jailbreakers were under the assumption that i0n1c would come to the rescue of those who either mistakenly updated to iOS 7.1.1 or purchased their device(s) already running the latest firmware.

Unfortunately, while there is a solution to jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered, it’s entirely plausible that the developers will wait until after iOS 8 is made available to the public to release a new utility, as that will ensure the maximum number of new decides are supported. While an unpopular scenario amongst those stuck on iOS 7.1.1, the method of “waiting to release” will ensure that iOS 8 (with its plethora of improved features) will be jailbroken close to the firmware’s launch.

That being said, the closest analogy to the current state of the jailbreak situation is that it’s ‘like the wild west’ – at this stage, anything could happen. Stay tuned and keep your browsers locked to Jailbreak Evasion Info.

As a closing note, if you’re interested in earning paid iOS apps from Apple’s App Store for Free, legally, without a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1, we advise following our tutorial on a Free app Redemption service dubbed Free App Life.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Evasi0n 7.1.1 and iOS 8 Info news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be hastily notified when we publish new articles pertaining to Apple, the company’s future iDevice models, iOS 8 and the next Untethered jailbreak.

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Publié le 6 Juin 2014

Post iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak For iOS 8? New iOS 8 Beta 1 Jailbreak Achieved!

Post iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak, New iOS 8 Beta 1 Jailbreak Achieved – iOS hacker and security researcher Stephan Esser (commonly referred to as i0n1c by the jailbreak community) has been busy as of late: from his extraordinary claims of a new tool to jailbreak 7.1.1 to the hacker’s continual UnTethered jailbreak-related teases, the most prominent of which can in the form of a “proof of jailbreak” video for iOS 7.1.1. In a slight break from reports surrounding the iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak, Apple announced iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite (OS 10.10) earlier this week during the company’s annual WWDC keynote. In addition to bringing seamless ties between iOS and OS X with Continuity, iOS 8 also offers actionable Notifications, vast improvements to Siri, Widgets for Notification Center, new APIs for developers and so much more, most of which can be seen demonstrated in the video embedded below. While a number of our readers are eagerly seeking an iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered jailbreak, iOS 8 is the future and the jailbreak for the firmware will reportedly become a “bloodbath” with multiple groups competing for the glory (and the small fortune that goes along with said glory). On that note, i0n1c has taken to Twitter to yet again hint toward a post 7.1.1 jailbreak for iOS 8.

Post iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak – New iOS 8 Beta 1 Jailbreak Achieved

Tying the aforementioned topics together, following Apple’s unveiling of iOS 8, i0n1c tweeted that upcoming firmware (based on the first beat iteration) doesn’t patch the hacker’s new jailbreak method, which was again first demonstrated on an iPhone 5c running iOS 7.1.1.

In the first of a short series of iOS 8 and jailbreak-related tweets, i0n1c said the following: “tests show that iOS 8 beta does not fix anything. Dumped kernel fine, but code changed and patches are not found”. That’s extremely good news, it means that in holding onto his “Cyberelevat0r” jailbreak, the hacker has kept the exploits under Apple’s radar and, in turn, effectively prevented them from being patched in iOS 8 beta 1.

As suggested in the hacker’s followup tweet, which is embedded above, i0n1c’s Cyberelevat0r jailbreak should, in theory, function on and jailbreak iOS 8.

There’s no questioning that iOS 8 is the future and that’s where jailbreakers should set their sites. After all, developers will have infinitely more development options for the next major iOS installment, which is explained in-depth iniCrackUriDevice’s recent iOS 8 review video.

Post iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak For iOS 8? Cyberelevat0r Can Jailbreak iOS 8 Beta 1

What about a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 though? In his typical style, i0n1c controversially suggested numerous times that a jailbreak for the firmware was not only possible, but also probable. Unfortunately, as we detailed in a separate post, i0n1c is a loose cannon. On one hand, the hacker has contributed to the community and certainly knows his way around iOS hacking and security, while on the other i0n1c has been known to stir up unnecessary excitement while other hackers (namely pod2g and MuscleNerd of the evad3rs) pick up the slack and release Untethered utilities on a semiannual basis.

While it’s currently unknown what jailbreak developments may or may not propagate, we’ll keep you completely updated along the way. Until then, keep your browsers locked to Jailbreak Evasi0n Info and avoid the various fraudulent pseudo-jailbreaks that litter the web.

To conclude, if you’re interested in earning paid apps from Apple’s App Store for Free, legally, without an iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak, we advise following our guide on a app service by the name of Free App Life.

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Publié le 6 Juin 2014

How To Install iOS 8 Beta 1 Free Without UDID Registered – 8.0 Security Flaw

How To Install iOS 8 Beta 1 for Free Without UDID Being Registered, 8.0 Security Flaw – Today, following Apple’s exciting unveiling of iOS 8 during theirWWDC 2014 keynote presentation, Apple officially seeded iOS 8 beta 1 to registered iOS Developers. In Apple’s latest beta firmware, iOS 8, the company has introduced a plethora of new and exciting features. Like with iOS 7.1.1, users who update to iOS 8 beta 1 from an earlier firmware will regrettably forgo their ability to jailbreak UnTethered. Deciding to downgrade from iOS 8, iDevices will be forced into iOS 7.1.1 (Apple’s current public firmware) and there currently isn’t a solution available to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered. In this informative tutorial, we’ll highlight an iTunes security flaw that enables devices running iOS 7.0.4 through 7.1.1 to update to iOS 8 beta 1 without having said devices’ UDID registered through a Developer account.

Install iOS 8 Beta 1 For Free Without A Registered UDID – Educational Purposes

Before you proceed, it’s important to realize that this article is strictly for educational purposes to showcase an iTunes security flaw that affects Developer update requests. Furthermore, due to Apple’s copyright of iOS 8, we will not provide direct download links to iOS 8 beta 1 – you’ll need to download iOS 8 elsewhere to test this flaw (for educational purposes). Finally, when undertaking the feat detailed in this overview article, you agree and understand that you assume complete legal responsibility for updating to iOS 8 beta 1 without registering an iDevice’s UDID.

How To Install 8.0 Beta 1 – iOS 8 For Free Without UDID, Security Flaw

Hypothetically speaking, following the above steps will successfully install iOS 8 beta 1 on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. If you find yourself confused by any of the comprehensive instructions outlined in this educational article, we advise watching iCrackUriDevice’s detailed video, which is embedded above.

Finally, to earn paid apps from Apple’s App Store for Free (legally), without an iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak, we recommend following our tutorial on an app and Rewards service by the name of Free App Life.

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    • Verify that the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch intended for update to iOS 8 beta 1 is running the latest public firmware, which is iOS 7.1.1 at the time of writing this educational article. If the iOS-based device is running an older version of iOS 7, or if said device is jailbroken, proceed to the second step – users with devices running 7.1.1 can continue to the third step.
    • Initiate a complete backup of your iPhone, iPad or iPod inside iTunes, update to iOS 7.1.1 and restore from the iTunes backup that was just created.
    • Confirm that your Mac or Windows-based PC has the latest version of iTunes installed – if not, take the time to update iTunes now. Inside the device portion of iTunes, hold either the option (alt) on OS X or the shift key on a Windows computer and left click the button to “Check for Update”.
    • Upon the emergence of a new pop-up that prompts the selection of an IPSW, browse for your iDevice’s corresponding iOS 8 beta 1 firmware file – again, for legal reasons, we cannot provide our readers with direct download links.
    • Once the iOS 8 beta firmware has been selected and the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch finishes the automated update process, follow the straightforward on-device setup process for iOS 8 beta 1.

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