Most recently Apple has released the beta version of iOS 6 for developers and just soon after that Jailbreak for iOS beta developer version is available. Developers who want to fix bugs in their broken tweaks or apps can jailbreak this beta version of next generation operating system using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1.
Almost for all iOS updates for devices which operate with A4 based and lower e.g. iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G, iPhone 3GS there is solution available for a tethered jailbreak. All these devices can be jailbroken using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1, which is the most recent update of Redsn0w.
In case of iOS 6 beta, it is meant for developers only as public version of iOS 6 is yet not released and is expected to be released sometimes fall this year. So far iOS 6 beta is authorized to registered developers of iOS Dev Center only.
If you are a registered developer and haven’t got your hands on iOS 6 beta yet, here’s the step by step to get it jailbroken. But before you proceed any further you must know that ;
- Jailbreak in case of iOS 6 beta version is compatible for devices with A4 based and lower.
- Cydia cannot be installed on iOS 6 beta version.
- iOS 6 beta doesn’t support Hacktivation.
STEP BY STEP GUIDE
- Download and uncompress the compatible version of Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1 for your operating system.
- Download IPSW firmware of iOS 6 beta from iOS dev Center compatible to your device and restore it using Xcode or iTunes.
- Make a backup of all the contents on your device preferably an iCloud backup.
- Run Redsn0w , select Extras, select IPSW and then locate iOS 6 beta file you downloaded.
- Select the Jailreak option from the main interface of Redsn0w.
- Connect your device in DFU mode and follow the guided simple steps as the pop up on your screen.
- Important thing to note here is, once your device reboots due to power lose or somehow, you’ll have to boot it again to jailbroken state. You can jailbreak your device again after reboot simply just by plugging your device into PC or Mac and
Redsn0w > Extras > Just Boot > follow instructions appearing on your device’s screen
Note: If you are not familiar with developer version of Redsn0w you shouldn’t be using it. Cydia cannot be installed on iOS 6 beta as it has yet not been made compatible with latest version of iOS but still you can access your device through SSh and afc2.Jailbreak iOS 6 Beta Using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1,