Now you can easily Jailbreak your iPhone 4, 3GS, and iPod Touch 4G iOS 6.1.3 using Redsn0w . This amazing solution will enable all iPhone owners to free the network restriction and to also install the famous Cydia application.
Disclaimer: Steps mentioned in the further article are considered as risky and can cause damage to your iOS Device It is requested that you should not go for it if you are unaware of all these things & Note that jailbreaking your iOS device may void your warranty. Follow all the steps at your own risk. Mobotalks or developers are not responsible for any damage cause to your mobile.
How to Jailbreak your iPhone 4, 3GS, and iPod Touch 4G iOS 6.1.3 using Redsn0w
Step 1: Redsn0w is available at the following links for Mac OS X and Windows. Windows users will need to run it in Administrator mode. The Dev Team also advises Mac users to CTRL-click and choose open, but we found success by opening normally.
Step 2: Download the iOS 6.0 firmware file NOT THE iOS 6.1.3 for your iOS device from the links below:
Step 3: Connect your device by using the USB cable to the computer and open the Redsn0w zip file then extract the application.
Window 7 users should run the exe in Windows XP compatibility mode (right-click on the Redsn0w exe icon and select ‘Properties’, then select the ‘Compatibility’ tab and click ‘Run this program’ in compatibility mode for Windows XP). Windows 7 and XP users should run Redsn0w as ‘Administrator’ (right-click on the Redsn0w exe icon and select ‘Run as Administrator’).
Step 4: Click on ‘Extras’ then click on ‘Select IPSW’. Navigate through and select the firmware file download in step 2. Is should successfully identify it.
Step 5: Go back to Redsn0ws main page and click on the Jailbreak button. Redsn0w should start preparing the jailbreak data.
Step 6: Now select the jailbreak options. Make sure that you have selected Cydia and click on the Next button to continue the progress. iPhone 3GS users can also select the ‘Enable battery percentage’ option.
Step 7: Put your iOS device into the DFU mode. Redsn0w will now take you through the necessary steps. Remember to count when you’re doing this step.
Your iOS device should have rebooted so release the Home button. Redsn0w will now begin uploading the new RAM disk and kernel.
Step 8: Once the jailbreaking process is complete, you should be notified. Click OK then Quit to exit the application.
Step 9: The rest of the process will be on your iOS device, so just wait for it to finish. Your iOS device will reboot again and could take up to 5 minutes. You should now see the Home screen on your iOS device but Cydia would be missing. The reason being is that you still need to tether boot your iOS device using Redsn0w.
Step 10: Launch Redsn0w again and click on the Extras button.
Step 11: Click on Select IPSW then navigate and select the firmware file downloaded from step 2.
Step 12: Click Just Boot. Now you will be prompted to plug your iOS device to the computer and switch it off again. Follow the instructions and click on Next to move to the next section.
Step 13: Now you’re going to need to put your iOS device into the DFU mode. Redsn0w will take you through the necessary steps again (step 7):
Step 14: Redsn0w will recognize the iOS device in DFU mode and apply the limerain exploit. Your iOS device will reboot and a pineapple logo will appear which will indicate a tethered boot.
Step 15: Now just wait for the process to complete and once it is, you should see the Lock screen of your iOS device.
And your done! Your iOS device has now successfully been jailbroken and you should see the Cydia icon on the Home screen.
The developers left a bonus in this version: the jailbreak tool lets you “re-restore” to other firmwares. As long as you’ve saved your SHSH blobs (device identifiers stored locally or on a server) from a previous jailbreak, you can perform a clean restore to or from any version of iOS 5.
It may be some time until owners of newer (A5 and A6-based) iOS devices are able to jailbreak, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as they’re available. You can read more at the Dev Team’s source link below.
It should be noted that this is a beta release, and that the Dev Team (nor us) provide any guarantees that it is 100 percent stable.
Source: Dev Team Blog
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