June 26th, 2015 | de neluttu
This week has been a crazy week as Chinese TaiG team has released the updated TaiG jailbreak tool that is compatible with iOS 8.1.2, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.3 so far.
Things you need to know about TaiG jailbreak:
With version 2.1.2, TaiG jailbreak seems to be very stable and bug-free.
Do not use older versions to jailbreak your iDevice
Always start the TaiG executable file with administrator rights (right click on the file -> Run as administrator)
Before you jailbreak, always make a backup of your data, nobody knows what might go wrong. Read the rest
June 23rd, 2015 | de neluttu
UPDATE: TaiG has released version 2.0 which jailbreaks iOS 8.4! Have fun, the tutorial is the same!
Today, TaiG team have released a new version of their jailbreak software – TaiG Jailbreak – supporting iOS 8.1.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.3. We do hope they will make it compatible with the upcoming iOS 8.4, but we’ll see in a few days when iOS 8.4 gets released for public by Apple.
UPDATE: Many users seem to get stuck at 20% of the jailbreak. Read the rest
November 29th, 2014 | de neluttu
So everyone got surprised by the chinese team TaiG releasing a new jailbreak tool for iOS 8.1.1. All things all right so far; as usual hacker @i0n1c complains that they stole his exploits (again). But I’m sure you’re not interested in all that drama.
TaiG jailbreak is available for all iDevices running iOS 8.0, 8.0.2, 8.1 and yes, 8.1.1. If you’re a developer, TaiG v.1.0 works with iOS 8.2 beta 1 too. If you’re a regular user, I suggest not installing the beta version of iOS 8.2. Read the rest
November 1st, 2014 | de neluttu
@PanGuTeam has finally released a stable version of their jailbreak software (PanGu8). Version 1.1.0 brings alot of fixes and automatically installs Cydia after the jailbreak, no more SSH-ing for the average user. All iDevices running iOS 8 – 8.1 are supported by the PanGu jailbreak.
Before jailbreaking, be sure to BACKUP your iDevice in iCloud and in iTunes (to be safe).
Jailbreak tutorial with PanGu8 for iOS 8.0 – 8.0.2 – 8.1
1. Did you backup your iDevice? Good.
2. Download PanGu v.1.1.0 from here. Read the rest
September 17th, 2014 | de neluttu
This article reflects my sole point of view and my needs from a jailbroken iOS device (mainly – the iPhone). I’ve been a jailbreaker sincer my first iPhone 3G and I’m loving it. I’m going to give you a few reasons not to upgrade just yet to iOS 8 this friday.
If you’re not a jailbreaker and you don’t want to jailbreak your iDevice, please just close this browser tab.
I installed this week, Apple’s iOS 8 GM firmware just to see how it runs on my iPhone 5s and what are the new features. Read the rest
June 29th, 2014 | de neluttu
Pangu.io team has just released a new version of their jailbreak software with many bug fixes – including the bootloop error.
You can download this new version from www.jailbreaktools.com or from their official website www.pangu.io
Here’s the complete changelog for Pangu v.1.1:
1. Mac version is also available – download from www.jailbreaktools.com
2. PanGu has removed the option to install 25pp.
3. Compression resources, significantly reduce program size.
4. Solve some of the equipment card Pangu logo infinite reboot problem. Read the rest
June 26th, 2014 | de neluttu
I just read a new post on /r/jailbreak from user DagMeow how points out that the bootloop error on some iDevices jailbroken with Pangu software is caused by the ambient light sensor.
Although it seems very weird, other users reported the fix as a valid one.
You will probably get a bootloop if your iDevice is in a dark room while rebooting. But if you point a flashlight above the light sensor while it is rebooting, the boot process goes well. Read the rest
June 24th, 2014 | de neluttu
Yesterday, Chinese team named “Pangu” has been released a new jailbreak tool that is compatible with iOS 7.1.0 / 7.1.1. Everything works great if you follow our Pangu iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak tutorial, but there are a few things that you might need to know about this tool and team.
Some bugs used in this jailbreak were originaly discovered by iOS hacker @i0n1c and made available to the public through his iOS hacking training classes. According to him, team Pangu had no right to use those bugs to build a public jailbreak. Read the rest
November 14th, 2013 | de neluttu
First thing you need to know, the iOS 7 jailbreak is in the works. The evad3rs are working hard on exploiting iOS 7 bugs so we can enjoy the liberation of our iDevices soon.
Second, this next jailbreak tool will probably be just a new version of evasi0n updated for iOS 7 support. It will be compatible with all iDevices – iPods, iPhones and iPads. Sadly, there is no intel on an AppleTV jailbreak but who knows what the future brings. Read the rest
November 14th, 2013 | de neluttu
Apple has just released iOS 7.0.4 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – an update for bug fixes and stability improvements and also a very important bug which would sometimes prevent users from making a FaceTime call.
As usual, the update is available over the air, directly from your iDevice: Settings > General > Software Update, or by updating directly in iTunes.
In addition to iOS 7.0.4, Apple also rolled out an iOS 6.1.5 update for owners of fourth generation iPod Touch, also to bring a fix to the aforementioned FaceTime bug, and and update to the Apple TV firmware, bringing it to version 6.0.2. Read the rest