Untethered iOS 6.1 Jailbreak and Unlock iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS Is Here

02 FEBRUARY 2013, LAS VEGAS, NV

Unlock Jailbreak App team has just released a new version of Unlock-Jailbreak App, which includes Racoon and Unlock/Jailbreak iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS untethered iOS 6.1 jailbreak developed by UCX that was used in Absinthe 2.0.x jailbreak. If you were having problems jailbreaking and unlocking iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS iOS 6.1 with other tools then you could try again using Unlock-Jailbreak App 0.9.12b1.

To Unlock and Jailbreak your iPhone visit the team's address www.Unlock-Jailbreak.net

The team has also added support for the Updated SAM unlock, which allows you to add the SAM tickets that you might have saved as part of your initial ramdisk jailbreak of iPhone 5/4 iOS 6.1 or earlier. Alternatively, it allows you can upload your SAM tickets to any device after its been jailbroken.

This iOS 6.1 jailbreak is untethered, which means that the jailbreak persists even after the device has been rebooted. A tethered jailbreak requires the devices to be connected to a computer and jailbroken again if it is rebooted.

Absinthe 2.0 can jailbreak all iPhones from the iPhone 3GS onward, as well as third- and fourth-generation iPod touch devices. It can also jailbreak all iPads except the latest 16GB iPad 2, although support for this is planned.

So here's some good news: The Unlock-Jailbreak Team has released the iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak and unlock tools for all of the iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS devices. That means your iPhone 4S, 2012 iPad, iPad 2, and other, older devices can be jailbroken without having to boot into "tethered" mode (connecting to your computer) every time you restart.

Untethered jailbreaks are much more convenient, but also take longer to code after a release. Further, the newer devices like the iPad 2 and 2012 model, and the iPhone 4S, do not have the same hardware defect that allows super fast tethered cracks for older devices. That means folks with newer phones and tablets have to wait longer for their jailbreaks.

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