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How to Jailbreak iPhone 4S and iPad 2 With CLI Tool [A Guide]

There are so many software which you may use to jailbreak your iPhone. Here you will find out a step by step procedure to jailbreak your gadget using CLI tool. CLI tool has released for windows OS and it requires command prompt to get operated. Following the

Flowtation; A Brand New Transition Effect to iPhone Notification Center

The release of iOS 5 operating system along with iPhone4S in Oct 2011 brought a world of change to iPhone features. iOS 5 operating system brought surprises for the users regarding its capabilities, well, keeping aside all the surprise, there is a noteworthy update which it brought.

How to Jailbreak iPad 2 on iOS 4.3.3 Through JailbreakMe 3.0 (Untethered)

You can jailbreak your iPad 2 on IOS 4.3.3 through JailbreakMe 3.0 (untethered). Just follow the below steps and you’re done: Step#1: First of all your iPad 2 needs to be synced via iTunes and completely backed up with all your personal stuff. Next ensure that you

How To Jailbreak 5.0 GM Firmware For iOS Devices [A Guide]

IOS 5 is slowly approaching and hackers have managed to crack the firmware and consequently jailbreaking it for many of Apple’s IOS devices. VOICEABLE has created a guide taking you through how to jailbreak it, which applies to the following IOS devices: iPhone 4, iPod Touch (3 and

How to Jailbreak iOS 4.3.1 on iPad with Redsn0w 0.9.6rc9

iOS jailbreaking, or simply jailbreaking, is the process of removing the limitations imposed by Apple on devices running the IOS operating system through use of custom kernels. Such devices include the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and 2nd Gen Apple TV. Jailbreaking allows users to gain full access

Jailbreak iOS 4.2.6 on Verizon iPhone 4 via Greenpois0n RC5.4 Mac [How to]

In order to jailbreak IOS 4.2.6 on your Verizon iPhone 4 via Greenpois0n RC5.4 (MAC OS X), follow the below instructions: Requirements Greenpois0n RC5.4 Mac IOS 4.2.6 for Verizon iPhone 4 STEP#1: First of all launch GreenPois0n RC5 and connect your iDevice into your Mac via a