Jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 Using Redsn0w

Earlier today Apple released iOS 4.3.2 and it has already been jailbroken using PwnageTool. At this time PwnageTool jailbreak is tethered meaning you have to connect your device with PC for a successful reboot. However some users used the latest version of Redsnow with a small trick and managed to jailbreak their iOS 4.3.2 devices.

Update: Redsnow also provides tethered jailbreak on iOS 4.3.2. If you want to keep untethered jailbreak on your device, don’t update to iOS 4.3.2 until iPhone Dev Team releases an official version.

It is also to be noted that Redsn0w does not support iOS 4.3.2 officially at this stage. So you might face some problems related to Cydia, like blank Cydia icon, after jailbreaking your device with Redsn0w.

All those users who rely on unlock must keep their devices away from the latest iOS 4.3.2 because Ultrasn0w may not be compatible with iOS 4.3.2.

Here is the guide to jailberak iOS 4.3.2 with Redsnow: [This guide is tested on iPhone 3GS]

Step 1:

Download iOS 4.3.2 for your device and restore it on your device using the latest iTunes.

Step 2:

Run Redsnow 0.9.6 RC 12 and when it asks for iPSW file, point it to iOS 4.3.1 instead of iOS 4.3.2.

Step 3:

Select “Install Cydia” option.

Step 4:

Put your device into DFU mode by following the onscreen instructions.

Now sit back and let Redsow do its work. After few minutes your device will restart automatically. Launch Cydia from Springboard and install your favorite tweaks.

As we told you iOS 4.3.2 jailbreak with Redsnow is still tethered, so you have to connect your device with PC and re-run Redsn0w while selecting “Just boot tethered right now” option to put your device into jailbroken state.

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