Publié le 22 Février 2014

Today, in an unusual and certainly unexpected release, Apple issued iOS 7.0.6 for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models on previous iterations of iOS 7. Currently, we’re all wondering, the staff of iJailbreak Evasi0n and the evad3rs included, whether it’s possible to jailbreak 7.0.6 using the evasi0n7 UnTethered utility. All iDevice owners, even those who are jailbroken, should start receiving notifications to update either via the Settings app or through iTunes on a computer, whichcould certainly patch the latest evasi0n jailbreak.

 

Although it’s too early to rule out 7.0.6 as a threat to jailbreakers, MuscleNerd has already tweeted words of caution surrounding the new iOS 7 update.

 

However, the possibility of 7.0.6 being jailbreakable exists, as Apple left the vulnerabilities exploited by evasi0n unpatched in their somewhat recent release of 7.0.5 for select non-US iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models three weeks ago.

As far as the actual update itself is concerned, 7.0.6 is a relatively minor update that appears to mostly deliver a correction for SSL connection verification.

Also, as previously mentioned, there’s a chance that like 7.0.5, the new iOS 7.0.6 update was a rushed release to rectify an issue that Apple felt couldn’t be left unattended until the company’s forthcoming release of 7.1, which has already been confirmed to patch the evasi0n jailbreak.

We’ll have additional information on how the jailbreak is, or isn’t, affected by iOS 7.0.6 in the days to come, but for now, it would certainly be best to avoid thefirmware if you wish to maintain your iDevice’s jailbroken state.

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Publié le 22 Février 2014

Today, departing from our traditional jailbreak 7.0.4-related tutorials, we’re going to detail how to obtain a GBA (Gameboy Advance) emulator for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models on iOS 7 without being jailbroken. For those of you who are unaware, emulators essentially allow iOS devices to run various games from other platforms in a virtual environment and while Apple is against the concept, it’s possible to download and play Gameboy Advance and Gameboy Color games with the latest GBA4iOS 2.0 update – a complete tutorial can be found after the break. Also, on a separate note, by popular request, our new list of top Cydia tweaks will be published this weekend; keep your browsers locked to iJailbreak Evasi0n.

 

First, before we begin, if you have any questions or require additional clarification, we recommend watching the detailed video that’s embedded below in addition to reading through our detailed steps.

Those of you who have an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on either iOS 6 or any iteration of iOS 7, you’ll be able to install the GBA4iOS emulator using a simple workaround!

How to Install GBA4iOS – Gameboy Advance:

 

 

  1. Set your iOS device’s date back to a day prior to February 19th, 2014 – the reasoning behind this step is actually quite simple. The developer’s in-house app distribution privileges for their enterprise account were revoked, causing individuals who wish to install the app to retroactively adjust the date temporarily. To change the date simply open the Settings app, navigate toGeneral, tap Date & Time, toggle Set Automatically off and select any day before the 19th.
  2. Open the Mobile Safari app, navigate to http://gba4iosapp.com, tap theDownload GBA4iOS 2.0 button, followed by the second download button.
  3. Tap “Install” upon receiving the iOS prompt, open the GBA4iOS 2.0 app once it has finished installing and continue through the final confirmation prompt to open the app.
  4. At this point, you can change your date back to the current day and start downloading GBA roms for iOS by tapping the + button inside the GBA4iOS app, searching for the desired rom(s) and tapping Download.
  • Note: Unfortunately, due to the way in-house apps function, you’ll be required to change your date every time you reboot your device – refer to the first step.

For additional information on roms and GBA4iOS 2.0, including a method for obtaining customized controller skins for the app, follow along with the above video.

Also, as previously mentioned, check back this weekend for a new list of useful and noteworthy tweaks from Cydia.

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Publié le 22 Février 2014

iOS 7.1 Jailbreak 7.0.4 Patch, iOS 8 And What’s Next For Jailbreaking

With the impending release of iOS 7.1, a countless number of iDevice jailbreakers around the globe are wondering what’s next for the evad3rs (the brilliant Dev Team behind the creation of evasion 7) and the jailbreak scene. As we confirmed in our recent coverage on Apple’s Developer-exclusive releases of both iOS 7.1 beta 5 and beta 4, the company patched a number of vulnerabilities required for the evasi0n utility to successfully jailbreak 7.0.4 UnTethered. Knowing that Apple will, in the foreseeable future, render the 7.0.4 evasi0n7 jailbreak useless with the release of 7.1 (effectively making it impossible to jailbreak 7.1), it’s crucial to take advantage of the current opportunity to jailbreak the latest public firmware.

For those of you who have yet to jailbreak, enabling the ability to install the plethora of tweaks, extensions, modifications and unique add-ons available through Cydia, we strongly advise following our in-depth UnTethered evasion7 tutorial.

What’s Next for Jailbreaking After iOS 7.1?

As for other recent firmware releases, aside from iOS 7.1 beta 5, Apple issued 7.0.5 for select iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models in non-US countries that are compatible with China’s network. Contrary to initial reports, the minor update was simply issued to correct a network provisioning bug and, unlike 7.1 beta 5, left the vulnerabilities exploited by evasi0n in tact.

Following Apple’s 7.0.5 push, the evad3rs released evasi0n7 1.0.5 to include jailbreak 7.0.5 support for the devices affected by Apple’s latest non-US IPSW.

Unfortunately, the future of jailbreaking (once 7.1 is issued) looks relatively bleak, as the evad3rs likely won’t release their next public UnTethered jailbreak utility until after both iOS 8 and Apple’s next round of iDevices are available this fall and/or winter. With that in mind, it’s paramount that you avoid iOS 7.1 if you wish to maintain your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch’s jailbroken state.

We’ll have further coverage on iOS 7.1 and future jailbreak utilities in the days, weeks and months to come. Keep your browsers locked to iJailbreak Evasion for additional information on upcoming firmwares and the evad3rs next major jailbreak.

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Publié le 22 Février 2014

Jailbreak 7.0.4 OTA (Over-The-Air) Update Solution And 7.1 Complications

Today, the staff of iJailbreak Evasion elected to address a topic that’s a common question amongst our readers: whether it’s possible to jailbreak an iOS 7-based device that was updated using Apple’s over-the-air update option. Additionally, we’ll discuss the future of the jailbreak 7.0.4 evasi0n7 utility once Apple releases 7.1, the company’s forthcoming patch for the aforementioned jailbreak tool. First, it’s important to understand that while it’s possible to jailbreak 7.0.4 on a device that updated using Apple’s OTA update option, utilizing the current 1.0.5 edition of evasi0n7, said device will encounter serious issues.

Beyond experiencing random connection drop-offs, complications with iMessage and issues with nearly all stock iOS apps, iPhones, iPads and iPod touches that were updated using iOS’ computer-free over-the-air update ability, and then jailbroken, will sporadically crash on a regular basis.

As a quick sidebar, we recently confirmed that Apple’s 7.1 beta 5 firmware patches additional vulnerabilities in iOS 7 that evasi0n7 exploits to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak – consequently, it will be impossible to jailbreak the finalizedfirmware once Apple releases it to the general public.

In light of that fact, if your iDevice was updated via the OTA update option and you’re holding off on jailbreaking until the evad3rs release a revised version ofevasi0n to jailbreak OTA updated devices on 7.0.4, don’t!

Due to the methods Apple employes to deliver wireless on-device updates, instead of simply restoring the firmware, OTA updates install the revisions in the latest firmwares as “add-ons,” making it impossible to successfully deliver the jailbreakpayload without encountering future issues.

Knowing that the evad3rs will never enable the option of error-free jailbreaks for Apple’s over-the-air-update option, you’ll need to take action now if you wish tojailbreak prior to the release of 7.1. In order to prepare your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch for jailbreaking, you’ll be required to create an iTunes backup, restore to a clean install of 7.0.4, jailbreak and, finally, restore from your iTunes back-up – the pre-requisite jailbreak process is outlined in our in-depth UnTethered evasi0n7 tutorial.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our iJailbreak Evasion Untethered news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be immediately alerted when we publish future articles concerning iOS 7 and the UnTethered 7.0.4 evasi0n jailbreak.

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Publié le 22 Février 2014

iOS 7.1 Slated For A March Release, Jailbreak 7.1 Evasi0n Patch Imminent

Jailbreaking: the elusive process of enabling root access on iOS-based devices through the exploitation of said devices’ mobile operating system itself. Equipped with years of knowledge and hacking experience, the four members that comprise the world-renowned evad3rs Dev Team have thus far released the first, and only,jailbreak utilities for both iOS 7 and iOS 6 that greatly reduced the complexity of the jailbreak process to simply plugging a device into a computer via a USB cable and clicking Jailbreak. Unfortunately, the team’s latest UnTethered jailbreak 7.0.4 tool (evasi0n 7) is nearing extinction as Apple prepares to release iOS 7.1. In today’s article, we’ll delve into the forthcoming update and the reason behind why it won’t be possible to jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered.

First, new reports suggest that iOS 7.1 is slated to be released to the masses sometime next month, in March.

The new 7.1 update will be the first significant revision to iOS since 7.0 was released last fall. In addition to improving minor visual aspects of the operating system, 7.1 will correct various bugs and bring other performance improvements.

With past reports from December also suggesting 7.1 would be released in March, the vague release timeframe for the firmware is all but confirmed.

With regard to jailbreaking, unfortunately as we confirmed in our recent iOS 7.1 beta 5 article, the upcoming release will certainly patch the UnTethered evasi0n7.0.4 jailbreak, making it impossible for the public to jailbreak 7.1. Not only was a valuable kernel exploit closed by Apple in the previous beta seed (iOS 7.1 beta 4), but the fifth beta also patched additional vulnerabilities exploited by evasi0n.

Furthermore, looking back at the evad3rs’ release schedules, it’s likely that the next UnTethered jailbreak won’t be released until after Apple issues both iOS 8 and releases their next major round of iDevices.

In light of this unfavorable, yet inevitable, truth if you have yet to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 7.0.4, we strongly advise following ourcompressive evasi0n7 UnTethered guide while jailbreaking Apple’s latest publicfirmware is still a possibility.

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Publié le 15 Février 2014

iPhone 6 Leaked Images Highlight 4.7-inch Display And A Radical Design Change

Amidst the recent flurry of jailbreak news, from the evad3rs’ jailbreak 7.0.4evasi0n 7 utility to Apple’s upcoming iOS 7.1 patch for said jailbreak, the staff of iJailbreak Evasion is excited to share the first leaked set of, supposed, iPhone 6 images with our readers. Earlier today, an anonymous source submitted the images in this article to MacRumors, who are themselves still questioning the legitimacy of the alleged iPhone 6. While most would simply examine the visual details (the complete set can be found after the break), we’re already pondering the type of SOC (system on a chip) Apple’s iPhone 6 will be powered by and the difficulties involved in jailbreaking the iPhone 6.

Unsurprisingly, in alignment with leaks from years past, the purported iPhone 6 images are anything but high-definition.

That being said, today’s set includes iPhone 6 pictures that are still surprisingly detailed and reveal a number of interesting, profoundly believable, iPhone design alterations. Similar to how the iPad Air departed from the full-sized iPad’s design for three generations and took after the iPad mini, it’s entirely possibly that Apple’s iPhone 6 will adopt an iPod touch-esque design.

However, there are portions of the new iPhone 6 leak that simply don’t add up. For instance, the rear shell already features FCC text, which has always remained absent from leaked models that aren’t nearing mass production.

Additionally, all-metal devices (like the iPod touch and cellular iPad models) typically require some form of antenna window, be it plastic or glass, to obtain a strong enough signal, something today’s leak is clearly lacking.

Beyond the leaked gallery in this post, above is an image constructed by MacRumors’ design contact Federico Ciccarese. In overlaying and scaling an iPhone 5S image on top of the leaked iPhone 6, likely using the home button as a point of comparison, Ciccarese was able to determine that the device features a 4.7-inch display (measuring diagonally) that’s the same width (2.3 inches) as all previous iPhone models.

Although we’re anything but close to Apple’s official iPhone 6 announcement, today’s set of images are a good representation of what an iPhone with a larger display could look like.

While reporting on rumors isn’t exactly our forte at iJailbreak Evasion, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section – please feel free to let us know if you’d appreciate additional coverage on future leaks.

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iPhone 6 Leaked Images Highlight 4.7-inch Display And A Radical Design Change
iPhone 6 Leaked Images Highlight 4.7-inch Display And A Radical Design ChangeiPhone 6 Leaked Images Highlight 4.7-inch Display And A Radical Design Change

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Publié le 15 Février 2014

iOS 7.1 Jailbreak 7.0.4 Patch, iOS 8 And What’s Next For Jailbreaking

With the impending release of iOS 7.1, a countless number of iDevice jailbreakers around the globe are wondering what’s next for the evad3rs (the brilliant Dev Team behind the creation of evasion 7) and the jailbreak scene. As we confirmedin our recent coverage on Apple’s Developer-exclusive releases of both iOS 7.1 beta 5 and beta 4, the company patched a number of vulnerabilities required for the evasi0n utility to successfully jailbreak 7.0.4 UnTethered. Knowing that Apple will, in the foreseeable future, render the 7.0.4 evasi0n7 jailbreak useless with the release of 7.1 (effectively making it impossible to jailbreak 7.1), it’s crucial to take advantage of the current opportunity to jailbreak the latest public firmware.

For those of you who have yet to jailbreak, enabling the ability to install the plethora of tweaks, extensions, modifications and unique add-ons available through Cydia, we strongly advise following our in-depth UnTethered evasion7 tutorial.

What’s Next for Jailbreaking After iOS 7.1?

As for other recent firmware releases, aside from iOS 7.1 beta 5, Apple issued 7.0.5 for select iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models in non-US countries that are compatible with China’s network. Contrary to initial reports, the minor update was simply issued to correct a network provisioning bug and, unlike 7.1 beta 5, left the vulnerabilities exploited by evasi0n in tact.

Following Apple’s 7.0.5 push, the evad3rs released evasi0n7 1.0.5 to include jailbreak 7.0.5 support for the devices affected by Apple’s latest non-US IPSW.

Unfortunately, the future of jailbreaking (once 7.1 is issued) looks relatively bleak, as the evad3rs likely won’t release their next public UnTethered jailbreak utility until after both iOS 8 and Apple’s next round of iDevices are available this fall and/or winter. With that in mind, it’s paramount that you avoid iOS 7.1 if you wish to maintain your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch’s jailbroken state.

We’ll have further coverage on iOS 7.1 and future jailbreak utilities in the days, weeks and months to come. Keep your browsers locked to iJailbreak Evasion for additional information on upcoming firmwares and the evad3rs next major jailbreak.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our iJailbreak Evasi0n Untethered news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantly notified when we post new articles concerning iOS 7.1 and the evad3rs’ future work for the jailbreak community.

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Publié le 9 Février 2014

iOS 7.1 Slated For A March Release, Jailbreak 7.1 Evasi0n Patch Imminent

Jailbreaking: the elusive process of enabling root access on iOS-based devices through the exploitation of said devices’ mobile operating system itself. Equipped with years of knowledge and hacking experience, the four members that comprise the world-renowned evad3rs Dev Team have thus far released the first, and only, jailbreak utilities for both iOS 7 and iOS 6 that greatly reduced the complexity of the jailbreak process to simply plugging a device into a computer via a USB cable and clicking Jailbreak. Unfortunately, the team’s latest UnTethered jailbreak 7.0.4 tool (evasi0n 7) is nearing extinction as Apple prepares to release iOS 7.1. In today’s article, we’ll delve into the forthcoming update and the reason behind why it won’t be possible to jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered.

First, new reports suggest that iOS 7.1 is slated to be released to the masses sometime next month, in March.

The new 7.1 update will be the first significant revision to iOS since 7.0 was released last fall. In addition to improving minor visual aspects of the operating system, 7.1 will correct various bugs and bring other performance improvements.

With past reports from December also suggesting 7.1 would be released in March, the vague release timeframe for the firmware is all but confirmed.

With regard to jailbreaking, unfortunately as we confirmed in our recent iOS 7.1 beta 5 article, the upcoming release will certainly patch the UnTethered evasi0n 7.0.4 jailbreak, making it impossible for the public to jailbreak 7.1. Not only was a valuable kernel exploit closed by Apple in the previous beta seed (iOS 7.1 beta 4), but the fifth beta also patched additional vulnerabilities exploited by evasi0n.

Furthermore, looking back at the evad3rs’ release schedules, it’s likely that the next UnTethered jailbreak won’t be released until after Apple issues both iOS 8 and releases their next major round of iDevices.

In light of this unfavorable, yet inevitable, truth if you have yet to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 7.0.4, we strongly advise following ourcompressive evasi0n7 UnTethered guide while jailbreaking Apple’s latest publicfirmware is still a possibility.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our iJailbreak 7.1 Evasion news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be quickly notified when we publish new articles regarding evasion 7, future jailbreak utilities, iOS 7.1 and the UnTethered 7.0.4 jailbreak in general.

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Publié le 9 Février 2014

Evasi0n 7.0.4 Jailbreak UnTethered On iPhone 5S,5C 4S iPad Air, Mini 2 And iPod – Video Tutorial

Today, the world-renowned dev team that brought us the original evasi0n jailbreak, the evad3rs, released their all-new Evasi0n7 Jailbreak utility. The new evasion 7 jailbreaking tool functions on the latest version of iOS, 7.0.4, while also including support for the older 7.0, 7.0.1, 7.0.2 and 7.0.3 firmwares. For those of you who have been eagerly following our updates in anticipation of the UnTethered jailbreak, this is the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The public is now able to jailbreak all iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models running iOS 7.0.4 and 7.0.5 – the time to jailbreak has finally arrived!

As mentioned above, the evasi0n 7 jailbreak is compatible with all devices running 7.0.4, 7.0.5, 7.0.3, 7.0.2 and 7.0.1, which includes the following:


iPhone 5S
iPhone 5C
iPhone 4S
iPhone 4
iPod touch 5th gen
iPad Air
iPad Mini 2 with Retina display
iPad 4th gen (with the A6X chip)
iPad 3
iPad 2
iPad mini
Thanks to months of hard and tireless work, the evad3rs have done it once again, they finally issued the team’s all-new Evasion 7 Jailbreak tool to the public and jailbreaking 7.0.4 through 7.0.5 is easier than ever. Evasi0n 7 features a mind-boggling level of simplicity and a straightforward GUI (graphical user interface), which enables users to easily administer the code required for an UnTethered jailbreak.


Important Jailbreak (7.0.4, 7.0.5) Prerequisite:


Before proceeding, if you wish to speed up the process and reduce the possibility of encountering potential errors, follow the simple restore procedure listed below. If you happened to update to the version of iOS 7 that your device is currently running via Apple’s over-the-air (OTA) update feature, you must complete the restore tutorial before jailbreaking 7.0.4 or 7.0.5 UnTethered.




Create a backup of your iDevice inside iTunes before jailbreaking your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Restore to Apple’s latest 7.0.4 firmware and continue.
Note: Wait to restore your personal data until the jailbreak is complete.


Update: As of February 5th, the evad3rs issued evasi0n7 1.0.5 to include jailbreak support for Apple’s new iOS 7.0.5 firmware, which is exclusive to select non-US iPhone models.


How To Use Evasi0n 7 to Jailbreak 7.0.4 UnTethered

an authentic version of the utility.

Step 2: Once evasi0n 7 has been downloaded in the program’s entirety, extract the contents using the same method you would for any compressed file (Mac users needn’t worry, as OS X will automatically mount the disk image or DMG). We advise placing the main program file on your desktop for ease of use.

Step 3: Run Evasi0n 7 on your computer and, to continue with the jailbreak process, connect your iOS 7 device to your computer via an official Apple USB cable (either a 30-pin or Apple’s Lightning Cable depending on your device).

Step 4: Inside the basic evasi0n7 window, as seen below, the option to “Jailbreak” will be clickable if your iOS-based device was connected successfully. To proceed, simply unlock your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and click “Jailbreak”.Step 5: At this stage, the on-screen Evasion7 progress bar should display the active steps, it’s crucial that you refrain from interfacing with your device, as it may interfere with the jailbreak process.

Step 6: When prompted by evasion 7, unlock your device and tap the “evasi0n 7″ icon (it’s important that you only tap it once). Evasi0n7 will then require you to unlock your device shortly following a reboot.

Step 7: Once the final jailbreak process is complete and your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch has rebooted for the final time, you’ll be greeted with the familiar Cydia icon in what was once the same spot as the “evasi0n 7″ icon.

Congratulations, your device is now successfully jailbroken (UnTethered) on iOS 7.0.4 and you will now be able to install your favorite packages, tweaks and modifications, provided they’ve been updated to include support for iOS 7.

Download the Evasi0n 7 UnTethered Jailbreak utility from our download page.

Finally, it’s important to remember that simplicity and ease of use are incredibly important with any product or application, the Evasi0n7 Jailbreak is no exception. In spite of the complexity of the code and the countless hours of work that are required to create an UnTethered jailbreak, the evad3rs managed to deliver an incredibly simplistic and user-friendly jailbreak utility: Evasion7.

Thank you for following our in-depth 7.0.4 jailbreak tutorial and don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak iOS 7.0.4 Evasi0n 7 UnTethered 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 evasi0n 7 and future jailbreaking utilities.

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Publié le 9 Février 2014

Download Evasi0n7 1.0.5 For UnTethered Jailbreak 7.0.5 Support

Today, in somewhat of a surprise release, the evad3rs issued evasion 1.0.5 to add jailbreak 7.0.5 support to their UnTethered iOS 7 utility for all iDevices. Interestingly, last week, Apple pushed out iOS 7.0.5 to select iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models compatible with China’s network in non-US countries to correct network provisioning complications. Similar to previous iterations of evasi0n 7, the latest 1.0.5 update is still a one-click jailbreak 7.0.4 utility that’s also capable of jailbreaking 7.0.5 and all pervious versions of iOS 7 on the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPod touch 5, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad mini models. For those of you who are already jailbroken on 7.0.4, there’s no need to download evasi0n 1.0.5 and re-jailbreak, as the new utility simply adds 7.0.5 support.

In a short and concise tweet, pod2g of the evad3rs announced on his official Twitter account that the team released evasion 7 1.0.5 to include jailbreak support for those who mistakenly updated to iOS 7.0.5.

As mentioned above, the evad3rs’ new evasi0n7 1.0.5 UnTethered Jailbreak 7.0.5 and 7.0.3 utility functions on the following iOS 7 devices:

  • iPhone 5S
  • iPhone 5C
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPod Touch 5
  • iPad Mini 2 (2nd generation Retina display models)
  • iPad Air
  • iPad 4
  • iPad 2
  • iPad mini 1st gen

If you have yet to Jailbreak your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.4, and now iOS 7.0.4 for select iPhones, the time to do so is now – we strongly advise following our comprehensive evasi0n 1.0.5 Jailbreak 7.0.5, iOS 7 tutorial.

Evasion7 1.0.5 Requirements:

The following is a list of iOS 7.0.4, 7.0.5 jailbreak requirements for the evasion7 1.0.5 UnTethered utility was taken directly from the evad3rs’ site.

  • 5 minutes of your time!
  • A computer, running Windows (XP minimum), Mac OS X (10.6 minimum) or Linux (x86 / x86_64)
  • iTunes installed if you’re running Windows
  • An iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.5 (you may check in Settings / General / About => Version)
  • A USB cable to connect the device to the computer
Download Evasi0n7 1.0.5 UnTethered Jailbreak 7.0.5 – Evasion Download Links

Download Evasi0n 7 1.0.5 for Mac OS X-based computers
Download Evasion 1.0.5 for Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP-powered PCs

Note: In addition to evasi0n7 1.0.5, you must have the latest version of iTunes installed on your computer before you can jailbreak your iPad, iPhone oriPod touch on Apple’s iOS 7.0.4 and 7.0.5 firmwares.

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