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It’s finally here, the release of Apple’s iOS 6 GM! It happened this morning during a media event in San Francisco which also saw the release of several other Apple devices including the notorious iPhone 5. And true to their speedy nature it didn’t take too long before the iPhone Dev-TeamsMuscleNerd had updated RedSn0w 0.9.13. The latest installment of RedSn0w, version 0.9.13 supports tethered Jailbreak for iOS 6 on iPhone 4, iPhone 3 GS and iPod Touch 4G. We have the step by step guide below to help you Jailbreak your A4-based device below. Unfortunately, this will not support the install of Cydia. You will, however, be able to install custom packages and gain root access.

Apple A4

The Files You Need

You will need to download the following:

  • iOS 6 GM For your device
  • RedSn0w 0.9.13dev4 For Window
  • RedSn0w 0.9.13dev4 For Mac

As with all tutorials please make sure you back up your device beforehand and go ahead at your own risk. Tech Chomps will not take any responsibility for any loss of data or damage that may occur to your device during the tutorial.

Jailbreaking iOS 6 GM tethered for Apple A4 devices using RedSn0w 0.9.13 Dev 4

  1. Once you have downloaded iOS 6 GM you need to use iTunes to restore your device to it.
  2. Launch RedSn0w, then from the main interface select ‘Extras’ then ‘Select IPSW’ . From here you need to navigate toward the iOS 6 GM firmware.
  3. Head back to the main screen and click on the ‘Jailbreak’ option. This will cause the program to give you a set of instructions on how to place your device in DFU mode. It’s important you follow these very closely for the procedure to be successful.  Once in DFU mode it will start the Jailbreak procedure.
  4. Once the Jailbreak is complete, your device will reboot and be ready to go. Due to its tethered nature you will need to make sure you enter tethered boot mode each time you restart your device. Simply launch it then select ‘Extras’ then ‘Just Boot’to achieve this.
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