Even though many developers have reported that they’re in opposition to open public secretes of latest jailbreaks for foreseeable future iOS 6 betas.
Due simply towards the support it allows to clients to pirate Apple’s iOS 6 beta software — it appear that the most recent dev edition of RedSn0w will blends with the newest updates in iOS 6.0 beta 2.
Keep in mind that the dev versions of RedSn0w are only for developers wanting to jailbreak their devices running iOS 6.0 beta 2 firmware. Due to the fact this edition of RedSn0w doesn’t install Cydia on your device, SSH accessibility is very important, therefore here’s the fix for all users that are going through complications.
iPhone Dev Team’s release information:
Update #1: The “dev2” version should fix the various SSH problems and crashes with apps that some have been seeing.
Go to our downloads section to download RedSn0w 0.9.13dev2.
How to Jailbreak iOS 6.0 Beta 2 build 10A5338d
Step 1: Put your A4 device into DFU mode, and Open RedSn0w.
Step 2: Click on Extras -> Select IPSW -> and select your downloaded iOS 6 beta 2 IPSW file.
Step 3: Return to the main menu and click on Jailbreak. Ensure that Install SSH is checked.
Step 6: After the jailbreak has completed, put your device again into DFU, and return again to Extras -> Select IPSW, and select your iOS 6 IPSW file. After identification, click Just boot in the Extras menu to start a tethered boot. Your device is jailbroken running iOS 6.0 beta 2 firmware.
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