Redsnow 0.9.14 b2 is now available for download. It actually improves the 06.15 downgrade process on iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G users. It now removes the “downgrade failed” error message the users were getting with previous version of Redsn0w.
Moreover, it also simplifies the iPad 06.15 baseband downgrade process. Now you don’t need to pre-select the iPSW you have installed on your device. You can also leave the “Install Cydia” option checked while using this new Redsn0w 0.9.14 B2 version.
As we told in our previous post, Google Nexus 7 tablet has been announced officially. This tablet will be shipped in Mid-July while the pre-order page is already up at Google Nexus site. In this post we will tell you more about this tablet like it’s specifications, pictures and video.
Google Nexus 7 Pictures:
Here are few images of Google Nexus 7.
Google has finally announced the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean version officially. This new version brings improvements regarding to speed, UI and proper CPU utilization. Here are the major changes introduced in Android 4.1 jelly bean.
Google Nexus 7 tablet has just been leaked before Google I/o 2012 starts. This Asus branded 7 inch tablet is expected to be running on Jelly Beans Android version. In this leaked image you can clearly see a totally new dock layout which we have not seen in any version, indicating that a new version is around the corner.
Jailbreak iOS 6 Beta 2: Early this morning Apple released the second beta of iOS 6 to developers. The release was pushed out quietly. First a OTA update was rolled and later the complete package was made available on Apple’s iOS Dev portal.
As you all know that beta releases of iOS, including iOS 6 beta 2, are covered by NDA, so we won’t recommend the users who don’t have iOS Dev Account to install this beta on their devices. However, if you are a developer-account holder and also Cydia Apps developer, you can play with dangers by jailbreaking iOS 6 beta 2 on your iPhone 4 (GSM & CDMA), iPod Touch 4G and iPhone 3GS devices.
If you are following the updates, you may know that Microsoft has announced Windows Phone 8 officially with the codename “Apollo“. Unfortunately this new version will not support the existing devices. To bring the new features of Windows Phone 8 to the current Windows Phone 7.5 devices, Microsoft will be rolling out an update Windows Phone 7.8 soon. This step will really make the Lumia users happy to some extend.
Everyone was expecting it and microsoft has finally made it. Microsoft Surface is just announced at a press event in Los Angeles. Apple iPad’s competitor, Microsoft Surface is Windows 8 tablet which will be released in two flavors, one powered by Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge Chips with Windows Pro and the second powered by ARM chipset loaded with Windows RT.
Apple’s recently released iOS 6.0 beta 1 also brings a fix for the loop holes present in iOS 5.0.x which allowed the iPhone Dev Team to develop a downgrade method for A5 devices (iPad 2, iPad 3 and iPhone 4S).
The method which was first released in Redsn0w 0.9.11 b1 involves two steps. First it upgrades the device to latest iOS build and then downgrade it to previous version. However, in this method the modem firmware (baseband) doesn’t downgrade.
Finally the wait is over. Now we can successfully downgrade the iPad 06.15 baseband to normal 05.13.04 baseband on iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS using the latest Redsn0w 0.9.14 b1. As usual Redsn0w 0.9.14 b1 is available for download on both Mac OS X and Windows platforms.
In this post we will tell you the complete downgrade process step by step. Here are the things you’ll need during this downgrade process.
After a long time MuscleNerd brings a ray of hope for iPhone 3GS users who are stuck at iPad baseband 06.15. According to a tweet from MuscleNerd this Sunday is going to be a Funday for all those users. The utility to downgrade 06.15 baseband will be released in next version of Redsn0w as a new option.
The new and developer only Redsnow 0.9.13 dev1 version is now available for download. It brings tethered jailbreak for iOS 6 running on non-A5 device. In fact it uses the ever-lasting “Limera1n” exploit developed by Geohot to inject the jailbreak files into device.
As we told in the opening line of this post, Redsn0w 0.9.13 b1 is meant for developers… Continue reading
A good news for jailbreakers! MuscleNerd, the leader of iPhone Dev Team has successfully jailbroken the A4 device iPod Touch 4G which was running on iOS 6.0. MusclerNerd used the all time favorite Redsnow for this purpose. However, this jailbreak is still tethered and moreover it contains a lot of bugs. Even the end product for which a device is… Continue reading
Apple’s newly announced iOS 6
contains an extra layer of security which makes the existing exploits and jailbreaks inactive and inoperative. This new security layer is called KASLR.
I don’t know right now what the “K” is abbreviation for but ASLR, which means Address Space Layout Randomization, is already present in iOS 5. However, the hackers have successfully bypassed ASLR… Continue reading