New Jailbreak Pre iOS 7.1.1 Cydia Tweak Offers Insane Multi-Window Functionality

New Pre iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Cydia Tweak brings Multi-Window Apps to the iPad – While iOS 7.1 and 7.1.1 were certainly negative blows to the jailbreak community, effectively patching the UnTethered evasi0n jailbreak utility, we continue to receive and answer questions related to whether it’s possible to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered. Beyond fielding iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak questions though, the staff at Jailbreak Evasion Info continues to be bombarded with questions regarding our preferred tweaks for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models jailbroken on pre iOS 7.1.1 firmwares, including 7.0 through 7.0.6. Again, while it’s not possible to jailbreak 7.1.1 with evasion for all devices (merely the old and practically outdated iPhone 4), those of our readers that are still on an earlier iteration of iOS 7 will enjoy today’s coverage of our favorite Cydia tweak for jailbroken iPad models. Read more…

How To Get Paid iOS 7 Apps Free – Without A 7.1.1 Jailbreak Or Cydia

How To: Get Paid iOS 7.1.1 Apps Free Without a 7.1.1 Jailbreak and Cydia – Following iOS 7.1 and 7.1.1′s release, the staff of Jailbreak Evasion Info have not only received an incredibly high volume of questions pertaining to whether it’s possible to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered, but also regarding how to obtain paid apps from Apple’s App Store with, or without, a jailbreak on any firmware, including 7.1.1. While we’re 100 percent against piracy and “cracked apps,” there are services available (we’ve covered some in the past) that not only provide legal channels for obtaining paid iOS apps for free, but also support the developers of said apps by actually purchasing redemption codes from Apple. The developers of FreeAppLife, the service we’ll be highlighting today, have been working tirelessly over the past six months to rebuild an incredible service for obtaining free paid App Store apps on iOS-based devices. Using the steps highlighted in this tutorial, you’ll be able to get paid apps and gift cards for free on devices iOS 6, iOS 7 and 7.1.1 alike without a jailbreak. Read more…

New iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered Jailbreak Scams Propagate, How To Spot Them

New UnTethered iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Scams Propagate, How to Spot Them – Ensuing Apple’s somewhat recent release of the UnTethered evasion jailbreak-patching 7.1 firmware, and especially the company’s infinitely more recent 7.1.1 update, a countless number of jailbreakers have become stuck. Frantically scouring for an UnTethered 7.1.1 jailbreak solution, a sizable portion of these jailbreakers have regrettably fallen victim of despicable jailbreak scams that now clutter the web. Today, a new set of fraudulent sites claiming to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered on devices like the iPhone 5s, iPad mini, Air, and even the iPhone 4s caught the attention of Jailbreak Evasion Info’s staff members. Read more…

How To Jailbreak 7.1.1 And The UnTethered Possibility – iOS 7.1.1′s Truth

Can I Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 UnTethered? How to Jailbreak 7.1.1 Tethered And The UnTethered Truth – Last week, Apple released iOS 7.1.1 to the general public, the first iOS 7.1.x update since the company issued the evasion UnTethered jailbreak patching 7.1 firmware last month. As with every iOS update, a number of individuals interested in jailbreaking updated their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models to iOS 7.1.1, be it intentional or otherwise. Now, previously answered by our staff, the question that’s on the majority of our readers’ minds is: “can I jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered”? While it’s a good, and certainly valid question, the truth of the matter for those unlucky enough to have updated to iOS 7.1.1, is that they’ll be stuck for some time. In today’s article we’ll not only answer whether you can jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 on various iDevice models, such as the iPhone 5s and iPad Air mini, but we’ll also delve into the future of jailbreaking and what the future holds for jailbreak enthusiasts beyond iOS 7.1.1 and future 7.1.x updates.

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Jailbreak 7.1.1 iOS Semi Untethered on iPhone 4 with GeekSn0w Tutorial [Video]

Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 Semi Untethered on iPhone 4 using Geeksn0w: Written and Video Tutorial – Today, amidst iOS 7.1.1 (Apple’s latest firmware firmware update, which was released on Tuesday) and the considerable amount of clamor it’s caused in the jailbreak community, popular iOS and jailbreak YouTuber iCrackUriDevice created a new video tutorial for how to jailbreak 7.1.1 on the iPhone 4 using the all-new GeekSn0w utility. The latest GeekSn0w for iOS 7.1.1, like its predecessor, is based on winocm’s opensn0w project, which in turn is powered largely in part by Geohot’s now-ancient 2010 limera1n bootrom exploit. Due to the fact that limra1n only functions on devices powered by A4 CPUs, GeekSn0w’s support doesn’t extend beyond the iPhone 4 (the last A4-based device Apple supports on iOS 7). While the updated version of GeekSn0w is still incredible and will undoubtedly assist millions of iPhone 4 owners in jailbreaking 7.1.1, the utility is an updated and modified version of both winocm’s opensn0w and Geohot’s work with limera1n from four years ago that allows iPhone 4 owners to achieve a Semi UnTethered iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak. The process detailed in this in-depth written jailbreak 7.1.1 tutorial will function on GSM and CDMA iPhone 4 devices running iOS 7.1.1 – newer iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners should refer to, and make use of, our UnTethered 7.0.6 evasion tutorial if at all possible.

Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered semi GeekSn0w Tutorial

As previously mentioned, the new GeekSn0w jailbreak 7.1.1 tool supports the following iPhone models running iOS 7.1.1:

  • iPhone 4 GSM (both AT&T and Global versions)
  • iPhone 4 GSM Revision A
  • iPhone 4 CDMA (Verizon)

Additionally, due to limera1n and the iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak’s “Tethered” nature, iPhone 4 owners will be required to boot their devices Tethered with GeekSn0w every time the device is turned off to regain full usability. However, since the last iteration of GeekSn0w, the Developer BlackGeekTutorial has made significant updates to his tool that enable “Semi-Tethered” reboots on 7.1.1, which allow jailbreakers to use the majority of their devices (save Cydia, jailbreak extensions, Safari and the Mail app) without a complete Tethered reboot.  With GeekSn0w’s limitations in mind, you can proceed with this tutorial to achieve a Semi UnTethered 7.1.1 jailbreak on your iPhone 4. Read more…

Installing iOS 7.1.1 Will Cost You Your Jailbreak On Your iPhone, iPad Or iPod

Installing iOS 7.1.1 Will Force You to Lose Your Jailbreak on Your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – As the majority of Jailbreak Evasion Info readers are already aware, Apple released iOS 7.1.1 to the public on Tuesday - a firmware that remains incompatible with evasion following Apple’s 7.1 jailbreak patching iteration of iOS 7. In spite of our detailed post highlighting yesterday’s release, a number of readers remain confused about whether it’s possible to jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered using evasi0n. In today’s brief article, we’ll highlight why jailbreakers around the globe should avoid iOS 7.1.1 to maintain their device’s UnTethered jailbreak. Complete details and information on the current iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak status can be found after the break. Read more…

Apple Releases iOS 7.1.1, Is It Possible To Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered?

Apple Releases 7.1.1, It’s Not Possible to Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered – Today, over a month and a half after the devastating blow to the jailbreak community that was iOS 7.1 (a firmware that patched the UnTethered evasi0n jailbreak), Apple released iOS 7.1.1 to the general public. In addition to iOS 7.1.1 being available for immediate download via iTunes, the firmware is also available through Apple’s built-in iOS over-the-air (OTA) update feature. However, jailbroken users should avoid updating to 7.1.1, as they will essentially forfeit their jailbreak. Evasi0n7 is effectively useless on the newest 7.1.1 firmware, making it impossible for the public to jailbreak 7.1.1 Untethered. Although iOS 7.1 was the first significant iOS update since Apple revamped their mobile operating system with the release of iOS 7, today’s new 7.1.1 firmware is simply a minor update that corrects a few small bugs. Read more…

Jailbreak iOS 7.1 UnTethered Update – WWJC Concludes, Future Of Jailbreaking Detailed

Jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered Update: WWJC Concludes, The Future of iOS Jailbreaking Detailed –  Recently, the annual World Wide Jailbreak Conference, or WWJC, concluded. In today’s article we’ll discuss not only iOS 7.1, but the likelihood of an UnTethered jailbreak 7.1 utility for devices like the iPhone 5s and iPad Mini 2 post-WWJC 2014. In addition to Cydia developers and hackers, the members of the Evad3rs (the Dev Team behind the creation of the iOS 7 evasion jailbreak utility) were in attendance and active during the talks and presentations. While WWJC borrows its name from Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), intended as a clever pun, the two are not to be confused – the latter exclusively covers Apple’s latest software achievements, whereas the former is dedicated to jailbreaking Apple’s mobile software: iOS. Read more…

iPhone 6 Pictured And Highlighted In New ‘Leaks’ Post iOS 7.1 [Video]

iPhone 6 Allegedly Detailed in Numerous Leaks – Recently, following the conclusion of the official WWJC (World Wide Jailbreak Conference), there’s been a plethora of purported leaks surrounding Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 6 flagship smartphone. While we’ll provide additional details surrounding both iOS 7.1 and the jailbreak conference in a subsequent article, today the staff of Jailbreak 7.1 Evasion Info elected to provide our readers with a comprehensive gallery of the iPhone 6-related images that have propagated the Apple blogosphere over the past week. As a brief reminder, remember that all news and reports pertaining to the iPhone 6 will remain rumors until the device is officially announced. Read more…

iBoot 7.1 Jailbreak Exploit Unusable, Next Untethered Utility Detailed

iBoot Jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered Exploit Unusable, Next Jailbreak Detailed - As the majority of our readers are aware, when Apple released iOS 7.1 to the general public, the company effectively closed a number of vulnerabilities that the world-renowned evasi0n7 utility exploited to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak on iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6, making it impossible for the public to jailbreak 7.1 with evasi0n. Following the March 10th iOS 7.1 patch of the evasion jailbreak, well-known iOS hacker iH8sn0w began discussing an iBoot exploit for A5-powered devices (namely the iPhone 4S), that could potentially be applied towards another Untethered jailbreak utility. However, that’s not necessarily the case and since last month, there’s been a considerable amount of clamor and confusion regarding iH8sn0w’s alleged 7.1 and up iBoot exploit; today, we’ll set the record straight.

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