How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.x Using Pangu Tool – Step-by-Step Tutorial

The Pangu jailbreak tool for iOS 7.1.x has been available for a while now, and it has proved to be a great hit among Cydia fans. The tool provided users the possibility to jailbreak their devices for the second time on iOS 7 after the initial success of the Evad3rs team. Even if at first the tool was a little bit unfinished and not ready to hit the public mass, the Pangu team has frequently updated the utility in order to provide a smoother, more secure experience.

In this respect, they have released the latest update the Pangu 1.2.1 featuring multiple bug fixes and AFC2. At this point, users are able to perform a successful untethered jailbreak on their devices, as well as to enjoy the benefits of these enhancements directly from Cydia.

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Jailbreak iOS 7.0.5 Untethered Using Evasi0n7 v1.0.5

The jailbreak community, mostly the Evad3rs team, has managed to keep up with Apple’s beta releases for the incoming iOS 7.1 firmware in what concerns the jailbreak possibility. As you know, along with the iOS 7 release, jailbreak developers released a universal untethered jailbreak utility for all devices running the latest software.

The first beta version, the iOS 7.1 beta 2, followed by two different versions, has passed over the Evasi0n jailbreak without any problems. In what concerns the fourth beta version, unfortunately, Apple has discovered and killed the kernel vulnerability used by the Evad3rs team. Now, with the iOS 7.1 beta 5 version unveiled a few hours ago, Apple also patched the AFC sandbox escape and chown vulnerability. This means that the iOS 7.1 untethered jailbreak will take some time in order to jailbreak our iOS 7.1-running devices.


In the same time, the Evad3rs have just released Evasi0n v1.0.5 for untethered iOS 7.0.5 jailbreak. Now, while the fact that the iOS 7.0.5 is jailbreakable might be actually a release for some of you, it might be the last one we see before the iOS 7.1 firmware is introduced. Apple’s latest release, the iOS 7.1 beta 5 patches most of the jailbreak exploits, which were used by the Evasi0n7 jailbreak.

However, if you happen to run one of the latest iOS jailbreakable versions and namely the iOS 7.0.5 and you want to start untethered jailbreak on your device, feel free to follow our next step-by-step tutorial. However, before proceeding with the process, keep in mind that there is no need to re-jailbreak if you have not updated your firmware to iOS 7.0.5.

In case you updated over-the-air, you will have to restore by connecting the device to your PC or Mac and clean everything up using iTunes. In some cases, devices updated through the OTA feature have certain problems, therefore, you will have to reinstall the OS before you start jailbreak.

Preparatory Steps

  • Install the latest version of iTunes on your Windows PC or Mac
  • Restore to the latest iOS 7.0.5 on your device using iTunes (not OTA) before running jailbreak. Download iOS 7.0.5 from here.
  • Disable the Passcode or Touch ID set on your iOS device.
  • Backup your data using the iTunes or iCloud services before jailbreaking

Jailbreak iOS 7.0.5 Untethered with Evasi0n7 v1.0.5

Step 1: Download Evasi0n7 v1.0.5 for Windows or Mac from our Evasi0n Download page.

Step 2: Connect your iOS device to your computer and run the jailbreak software.

Step 3: Click on “Jailbreak” in order to start the process. At this point, the software will start the process. Wait a couple of minutes and allow the tool to do its job.

Step 4: At this point, Evasion will ask you to unlock your device and tap on the “evasi0n7” app found on the home screen of your device in order to continue. Tap the icon and the process will automatically restart.

Step 5: Once the reboot is completed, the jailbreak tool will apply the changes and it will ask you to unlock your device once again. When you unlock it, tap on “Done”.

Step 6: At this moment, Cydia icon should be placed on your homescreeen. Quit the Evasi0n application, disconnect your device from your computer, and enjoy a brand new jailbroken device.


Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.4, 6.1.5 Untethered Using P0sixspwn [Guide]

As some of you might know, the iH8sn0w has finally released a compatible tool for performing untethered jailbreak on older devices running on iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.4 and 6.1.5. The well-know jailbreak tool called P0sixpwn was finally released in order to offer support for iOS 6 A4 and A5+ devices, and it is compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 and above. In the case of Windows users, they ill have to wait a little bit because developers are working hard in order to extend the compatibility to Windows users, as well.

Jailbreak iOS 6 using P0sixpwn

With all this fuss concerning the Evad3rs tool, iOS users running on an older version of iOS are not able to use the tool in order to perform an untethered jailbreak on their devices. Therefore, P0sixpwn was released to help them. As we already told you in the download article, P0sixpwn offers support for all iOS devices including the likes of the iPhone 5 running on iOS version 6.1.3, 6.1.4, or 6.1.5.

What is different with this Mac version for untethered jailbreak is the fact that users will not have to restore anything in here. The whole process does not require any installation; therefore, there is no risk of you loosing your data or other personal files.


  • Keep in mind that this is an untethered jailbreak compatible with all iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.4 and 6.1.5 devices.
  • As you know, Apple is no longer signing for iOS 6.1.x on latest devices such as iPhone 5. If you fail to do the process as it should be done, you will not be able to reinstall iOS 6.1.x. instead, you will be forced to install Apple’s latest firmware update and namely the iOS 7.
  • Make sure you run a full backup for your device in order to protect personal files in case something goes wrong during the process.
  • The jailbreak tool is compatible only with Mac OS X 10.7 +.

How to Jailbreak IOS 6.1.3/6.1.4/6.1.5 using P0sixpwn

1. Download P0sixpwn on your Mac OS X 10.7+.

2. Extract the download file. In case you happen to see the “P0sixspwn can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer” message, just right click on the app icon and click on Open.

3. At this point, you will have to plug in your Mac and turn off the Passcode lock. For this, just head over to Settings, General and Passcode lock. Here, you have the possibility to turn it off, on or set a different password.

4. Click on the Jailbreak button and follow the on-screen instructions as the software tells you to.

5. During this time, your device might restart a couple of times. Do not do anything in order to protect your device.

6. After you device reboots, you are done. Now, your iOS 6 device is jailbroken.

The tool is suitable for all those users who choose to remain on an older iOS version such as iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.4, or 6.1.5. As you can see, the jailbreak process is actually simple and easy. In the same time, since it does not require since it does not require any restoring, you will be safe.


iOS 6.1.3 / 6.1.5 Untethered Jailbreak Using P0sixspwn

Following the Evasi0n iOS 7 Jailbreak, other great news came from the world of iOS jailbreaking. For those of you who still run an older firmware such as iOS 6.1.3 or 6.1.5, the Canadian developer ih8sn0w, creator of Sn0wbreeze and iFaith, has announced that iOS 6.1.3 / 6.1.5 jailbreak is now available in an untethered manner.

The jailbreak developer has transformed a restricted tethered jailbreak into an untethered option for certain devices. While the whole world of jailbreaking is focusing on the latest iteration of the Evad3rs team, and namely the Evasi0n tool for iOS 7 and above, ih8sn0w worked hard in order to bring an untethered option for those users who want to stay on an older version of iOS.

iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.5 Untethered Jailbreak Using P0sixspwn

With the help of this amazing yet simple alternative, users will be able to achieve the untethered status on their devices only by installing a package hosted by Jay Freeman within Cydia Store. The whole process is quite simple, and it is explained in the following guide. Continue reading “iOS 6.1.3 / 6.1.5 Untethered Jailbreak Using P0sixspwn” »


Jailbreak iOS 7.0.4 / 7 Untethered Using Evasi0n7 [Tutorial]

As some of you already know, the famous developer team, the Evad3rs have released a new jailbreak tool called Evasi0n7, which performs untethered jailbreak for iOS 7 and above. What is great with Evasi0n 7 is the fact that it is compatible with all versions of iOS 7 and namely the iOS 7.0.1, 7.0.2, 7.0.3, and 7.0.4, as well as iOS 7.1 beta.

This tool came as a fresh breath of air, exactly when jail breakers all over the world did not expect to see it any time soon. However, the jailbreak tool brings full support for devices such as iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5c, 5S, iPad 2, 3, 4, Air, iPad Mini and iPad Mini 2 as well as iPod Touch Mini. It is worth mentioning the fact that the Apple TV is not supported yet. Here, you will find a complete tutorial on how to jailbreak iOS 7 up to iOS 7.0.4 using the Evasi0n 7 tool on all supported iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch devices.

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U7X Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 7.0.3 / 7 – Full Guide

Having the iOS 7 for about two months, Apple fans from all over the world expect to see a jailbreak tool as soon as possible. Multiple rumors concerning the alleged iOS 7 untethered jailbreak already roamed the internet even before Apple released its latest firmware. Now, U7X jailbreak is available in order to perform jailbreak on all iOS 7 devices.

Jailbreak developers such as PlanetBeing or Winecm stated that they already have the necessary vulnerabilities for developing a proper jailbreak tool, but there is still much to work in order to put them together. Therefore, developers comforted people saying that they will have a tool to perform an untethered jailbreak on iOS 7 devices by the end of this year.

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Snowbreeze 2.9.14 Jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 [Windows Version Only]

As you know, the iH8Snow team has recently upgraded their jailbreak tool to Snowbreeze 2.9.14. the updated Snowbreeze version offers the possibility to start untethered jailbreak on iPhone 3GS running on iOS 6.1.3 and tethered jailbreak for iPhone 3G, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th generation.

Snowbreeze 2.9.14 for iOS 6.1.3 jailbreak

Along with the release of iOS 6.1.3, the Fruit Company patched the Evasion jailbreak tool. In this respect, jailbreak is now possible by using RedSnow tool or Snowbreeze 2.9.14. However, untethered and tethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 firmware is possible only on old bootrom devices such as iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G.

As a mention, the new update brings minor bug fixes, which these include the APTicket validation issue and connected help for A4 devices on 6.1.3 firmware. Snowbreeze will check for APTicket validation after scanning iOS 5 and later in the iFaith mode. Continue reading “Snowbreeze 2.9.14 Jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 [Windows Version Only]” »


Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 using Redsnow on iPhone 3GS/ iPhone 4/ iPod Touch 4

As you probably know, iOS 6.1.3 was released for the public use. The update was meant to fix the lockscreen passcode issue and to bring Maps enhancements for Japan. The bad news is the fact that the new update kills the untethered jailbreak performed by Evasion tool on all newer devices. The good news is that you can still perform tethered jailbreak on pre-A5 devices using Redsnow.

Redsn0w Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3

If you happen to upgrade your device to the latest iOS 6.1.3 and you lost the jailbreak status, then there is not turning back. For all newer devices, there is not possibility to downgrade back to iOS 6.1.2 or lower. In what concerns the older devices, pre-A5 devices such as iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 or iPod Touch 4th generation, there is the possibility to perform tethered jailbreak using Redsnow.

Redsnow is compatible with all pre-A5 devices, iPhone or iPod, which use the Limera1n exploit. For all newer devices such as iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 or iPod 5th generation, we still need to wait to see what is going to happen in what concerns the jailbreak possibility. Continue reading “Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 using Redsnow on iPhone 3GS/ iPhone 4/ iPod Touch 4” »


How to Hide Built-in Apps And Disable iAds

The Apple Store released a new application named HiddenApps can be utilized for handling a number of the built-in features of iOS, without jailbreaking the device. This application is useful in case you decide to hide the built-in iOS apps that you might not need all the time.

Whoever decides to use HiddenApps must be aware of all the features it offers. As mentioned above, the app is useful when wanting to camouflage useless apps, such as Weather, Newsstand or Passbook, but it also allows you to perform a couple of other actions. You ought to know that, in the application’s main menu, there is a button able to entirely disable iAds. With this button, you can completely remove all iAds from all the applications.

How to Hide Built-in Apps And Disable iAds

One other thing you are able to do using this new app is to access the hidden Field Test app. This may be used along with a force-quit bug, to exhibit your mobile strength numerically instead of as a set of bars.

The way that these tricks function is far from being difficult to understand, especially if you have been using an iOS device for a while. All you need to do is to tap a button and this application begins installing a different app over-the-air. Due to the fact that the launching is unsuccessful on purpose, you end up deleting the failed installation from your home screen. By removing it, you actually do the intended change. Continue reading “How to Hide Built-in Apps And Disable iAds” »


Snowbreeze 2.9.10 Untethered Jailbreak iOS 6.1.2 for iPhone 5, 4S and Other iDevices [Guide]

Since iOS 6.1.2 was updated and released for the public use, the jailbreak community hurried to update their jailbreak tools, as well. With the already famous Evasion tool for an untethered jailbreak on all devices running on iOS 6 or later, some of you might assume that we have all. However, in the same time, some users are waiting for their faithful Snowbreeze tool to be updated in order to offer jailbreak support for iOS 6.1.2.

Snowbreeze 2.9.10 for iOS 6.1.2

Fortunately, users who waited for their faithful jailbreak tool to be updated in order to offer untethered support for all iOS 6.1.2 running devices, now have a reason to be happy. The new version, Snowbreeze 2.9.10 is intended for iOS 6.1.2 support. However, as you already know, Snowbreeze is compatible only with Windows. So, if you plan to run Snowbreeze 2.9.10 for untethered jailbreak iOS 6.1.2 for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S or other devices, you need to use Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP or Vista on your desktop computer.


Step-by-step Guide for Snowbreeze 2.9.10 Untethered Jailbreak iOS 6.1.2


Step 1: As you can imagine, the first step in jailbreaking your iOS 6.1.2 device using Snowbreeze is to download Snowbreeze 2.9.10 on your Windows computer. Extract the package in a folder and install it. Continue reading “Snowbreeze 2.9.10 Untethered Jailbreak iOS 6.1.2 for iPhone 5, 4S and Other iDevices [Guide]” »