Redsnow 0.9.15b3 Tethered Jailbreak for iOS 6.1 beta 1 [Guide]


After the recent release of the iOS 6.0.1, Apple hurried to release a brand new beta version, which is the iOS 6.1 Beta. The iOS 6.1 brings notable changes in what concerns the mapping service and some minor changes in what concerns Safari and Macrumor. Fortunately, this new version is also eligible for jailbreak using the latest version of the most famous jailbreak tool used by millions of jailbreakers in the whole world. I am talking about Redsnow and its last version, which is Redsnow 0.9.15b3. This jailbreak tool works just fine for iOS 6.0.1 firmware and for iOS 6.1 Beta version. If you are not a developer follow our guide posted here in order to jailbreak iOS 6.0.1. I do not know if it is worth mentioning the fact that the beta version is designed for developer use only. This means that if you do not have an application to update or prepare for the future firmware, you should not try to upgrade to iOS 6.1 just yet.

This is a tethered jailbreak and these are the devices compatible with it:

-iPhone 3GS

-iPhone 4

-iPod Touch 4th generation

Here I will show you a short tutorial which you can use to jailbreak the latest iOS version released by Apple. If you follow these simple steps, I am sure that you will have a brand new jailbroken device in no time.

 

1. The first step is to download and upgrade your device to the iOS 6.1.

2. Download Redsnow 0.9.15b3 on your device. Extract and Install the Redsnow .zip file.

3. Connect your device to your computer and place it in the DFU mode.

4. Open Redsnow 0.9.15b3 and choose to run as administrator.

5. Click on Extras and select the IPSW option, which will lead you to the firmware you want for your device.

6. Return to Redsnow and click on the jailbreak button. In the same time, you need to make sure that Cydia option is checked. Otherwise, you will not have Cydia on your device.

7. After several minutes, the jailbreak process must complete and then you will see the Lock Screen.

 

This is not all. Once the process is completed, you need to close the Redsnow.

8. Put your device in the DFU mode again and reopen the Redsnow tool.

9. Once you have it on your screen, click on the Extras again and then on the Select IPSW. Select the 6.0 firmware,

10. Click on the Just boot button option. This will perform a tethered jailbreak on your iOS 6.1 beta version.

 

Now you have a jailbroken device running on the latest iOS 6.1 beta version. Remember that this firmware is only for developers only. Wait until the full version is released and then upgrade your device.

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  1. Sam
    Sam December 2, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    were would i find the right ipsw for my iphone 4 when im using redsnow 0.9.15b3? please reply asap

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  3. Lucas
    Lucas February 2, 2013 at 5:51 pm

    Do i have to download the Redsnow on the device ? ( on the iPhone ) ? Or just on the computer ?

  4. Sam
    Sam February 2, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    When will the Redsnow 0.9.15b3 be ready for non-developers? Also, what does it mean to be a developer? Does that mean the developer of the software?

  5. Alex
    Alex October 24, 2013 at 6:19 am

    My friend has iOS 7 without getting the beta version. How did she do that? For example the app Find My iPhone crashes on my beta version but not on her phone. I want the real thing not beta so how can I bypass over beta.

  6. Balla
    Balla October 27, 2013 at 5:11 am

    I’ve got a beta form of vista along with a RC1 along with a RC2.

    I introduced the beta for $5 from microsoft and can hand out connect to microsoft where they provide you with free key.

  7. Jamal
    Jamal October 27, 2013 at 11:28 am

    I acquired an apple iphone 5S today and gave my apple iphone 5 to my hubby. I had been running either iOS 7 beta five to six around the apple iphone 5 and that i did not get the opportunity to obtain the official version because my hubby was at a hurry to depart for training. Now he’s away in another condition not less than per month and will not get access to a pc to take away the beta version from his phone. So my real question is will his phone deactivate/brick? Can there be something that he is able to do from his actual phone to try and stop this from happening? Help I’m not going him to become with no phone for any month nor people would understand how to repair it whether it deactivates.

  8. Cliffy N
    Cliffy N November 2, 2013 at 2:35 am

    I acquired an apple iphone 5S today and gave my apple iphone 5 to my hubby. I had been running either iOS 7 beta five to six around the apple iphone 5 and that i did not get the opportunity to obtain the official version because my hubby was at a hurry to depart for training. Now he’s away in another condition not less than per month and will not get access to a pc to take away the beta version from his phone. So my real question is will his phone deactivate/brick? Can there be something that he is able to do from his actual phone to try and stop this from happening? Help I’m not going him to become with no phone for any month nor people would understand how to repair it whether it deactivates.

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