Wednesday, 15 December 2010

redsn0w Unlocks & Jailbreaks Any iPhone or iPod touch redsn0w 0.9.2 Hack Deals with All iPhone & iPod touch Models

In case you own an iPhone or iPod touch that still happens to be locked
and �jailed � then we have an unlock and jailbreak solution for you.
Actually the iPhone Dev Team has developed redSn0w 0.9.2 and we only get
to show it to you. Not that we would ever encourage or support any
attempt of unlocking and jailbreaing iPhones and any other mobile gadget
Unlike the iPad which will be available unlocked from the start, but
still �jailed � by Apple, most iPhones happen to be locked to the
carrier that sells them for a subsidized price. Together with the iPod
touch the iPhones are also jailed by Apple and the only way of getting
software installed on them is through the App Store available from Apple
s iTunes platform.
Naturally these conditions are not acceptable by �professional �
smartphone users that would want to run other apps on their iPhone or
iPod touch. You know, the kind of apps that get banned from the App
Store for various reasons.
Hence the need for a software capable of doing all that unlocking and
jailbreaking for you. There s one dedicated team that does that kind of
thing and everything is free of charge. The iPhone Dev Team has just
made available the latest version of redsn0w. Version 0.9.2 will unlock
and jailbreak any generation iPhone or iPod touch released so far. The
new hack is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X x86 platforms but
additional versions for Linux and PPC OS X users are on their way.
The custom hack comes with support for iPhone OS 3.0 and 3.1.2 and I bet
that the iPhone Dev Team can t wait to get their hands on Apple s
upcoming firmware version for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
redsn0w 0.9.2 will install Cydia, afc2 and the IPCC tethering hack for
you. It also comes with custom logos and deals with WiFi issues reported
by other unlock and jailbreaking software.
Have you unlocked and/or jailbroken your iPhone yet?

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