Fri. Apr 16th, 2021

Absinthe 0.1.2-2 Jailbreak Updated With OverLoad Server Fixes

As many of you may have been facing issues from the last couple of hours in jailbreaking their iPhone 4S and iPad 2 with the latest iOS 5.0.1 Untethered Jailbreak “Absinthe” from Chronic DevTeam, due to hammering load on the iOS hacker teams servers, and the uncountable requests to their servers from million of iPhone 4S and iPad 2 devices around the world. The new jailbreak carries a simple work webclip in the actual jailbreaking process which is needed to download the Cydia from the server, but due to heavy load their server start acting up and failed in serving the file.

The Chronic DevTeam servers are already smashed by the large number of users with Absinthe jailbreak tool, and now the other users have been started facing different kind of issues with their iOS devices on the Absinthe. The Chronic Dev Team has quickly launched another update to their iOS 5.0.1 Untethered Jailbreak tool called “Absinthe 0.1.2-2” share the load from one single dedicated server to other servers. The new jailbreak tool will redirect the all traffic from webclip to to download the Cydia on the devices.

Furthermore, they have not yet announced the Absinthe for Windows, but they have quickly kicked out the CLI version of their new tool for the expert developer around the community, especially those who are facing problems. The CLI new version allows them to access some expert features of their tool.

The new tool is launched to fix the popular “Error in Establishing a Database Connection” and the other Camera Roll flushes out a bug, which deletes all the images from the device after performing jailbreak on the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S with Absinthe for Mac OS X. You can download the Absinthe 0.1.2-2 For Mac OS X from here.