Recently, the Dev Team released an update for Redsnow, the famous jailbreak tool that allowed users to jailbreak iPhone 3GS/4 and iPod Touch 4th gen much easier. In the same time, this version brought a re-restoring and downgrading option for older firmwares. However, as any other new version of jailbreak tool released, Redsnow 0.9.15b1 has several bugs that needed to be fixed. In this respect, developers released another version, namely the Redsnow 0.9.15b2 which was meant to fix any old bug for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th gen.
Some iPhone 3GS owners complained about several problems with the bootroom after restore and this version is meant to fix them all. They can now jailbreak their iOS 6 running devices properly without reinstalling Redsnow again. With a simple run of the application over the previous Redsnow version, you will be capable of performing untethered jailbreak on all iOS 6 devices. In the same time, RedSn0w 0.9.15b2 offer support in the iPad baseband upgrade/downgrade issue. Just to put things cleat for those of you who did not understand, Redsnow 0.9.15b2 allows users to perform untethered jailbreak on older iOS 6 devices by re-jailbreaking over the previous tethered jailbreak.
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