Snowbreeze, the popular jailbreak tool developed by iH8Snow, has been updated. The new version, 2.9.14 allows jailbreak on iOS 6.1.3, and it also brings support for the APTickets validation.
As you know, once iOS 6.1.3 was released, Evasion jailbreak was patched within the new firmware. Newer devices were advised not to upgrade their devices to the latest firmware version since no jailbreak tool is available. However, Redsnow tool was upgraded, and it offered support for tethered jailbreak on older devices running on iOS 6.1.3. Now, it is Snowbreeze’s turn to be upgraded.
Therefore, all of you who accidentally upgraded their devices to iOS 6.1.3 have the possibility to start jailbreak on it using Snowbreeze 2.9.14. The updated tool is designed only for pre-A5 devices only, , and it performs untethered jailbreak on older devices such as iPhone 3GS, and a tethered jailbreak on iPhone 3G, original iPad and iPod Touch 4th generation. As you know, in the case of the tethered jailbreak, users will have to boot their devices in a jailbreak mode each time it runs out of battery.
Snowbreeze allows users to create custom jailbroken firmware files, which can be used to upgrade or downgrade their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch firmware to iOS 6.1.2. In the case of the iPhone, the popular tool also preserves the baseband from being upgraded. In this case, you would still be able to unlock the baseband of your device using Ultrasnow.
As a notable improvement, the updated tool brings an APTicket validation, which will check the APTicket after browsing for iOS 5 and later blobs in iFaith mode. Moreover, the tool offers tethered support for A4 devices on iOS 6.1.3 while iPhone 3GS bootroms remains untethered as usual.
Therefore, all of you who want to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 devices, now this process is available by downloading Snowbreeze 2.9.14 jailbreak tool from the download link bellow. Keep in mind the fact Snowbreeze is compatible only with Windows operating system and it only supports older devices.
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