iOS 4.3.4 gets jailbroken

iOS 4.3.4 gets jailbroken
Developers have already jailbroken Apple's latest firmware, 4.3.4, although if you own an iPad 2 you are out of luck, for the time being.

The new jailbreak will require a PC, unlike browser-based hacks of the past, but an untethered jailbreak is expected to replace the current one, soon.

Apple released 4.3.4 last week to close the exploit used to jailbreak 4.3.3 (as seen here).

If you want to jailbreak your new 4.3.4 device, get out the USB cable and use the latest versions of redsn0w and PwnageTool.

For iPad 2 owners, if you update to 4.3.4 and lose your jailbreak, you will not be able to downgrade so the developers behind the jailbreaks warn to stay away from the latest firmware for the time being.

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 18 Jul 2011 0:19
Apple jailbreak iOS 4.3.4
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  • Mrguss

    How to Downgrade iOS 4.3.4 to 4.3.3, 4.3.2, 4.3.1


    18.7.2011 04:13 #1

  • fandr78

    Having a jailbroken iPhone is cool at first but for me,it got old fast. Towards the end i didn't even use all the benefits that comes with it. My iPhone got very slow as well.. I unjailbroke it and it was like having a new phone again,fast as hell. But anyway, good job to the devs for the new jailbreak.


    18.7.2011 22:36 #2

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