Wed. Apr 14th, 2021

How to jailbreak iOS 6 beta 2 with redsn0w 0.9.13

The iOS 6 Beta Version is out in the markets and now the registered developers can have a hands on, on it. As a result of the efforts of the jailbreak community, Redsn02 tool can be now used for jailbreaking the A4 devices which include the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and the iPhone 3G. However, this jailbreak is a tethered version, implying that every time you power off the device, or reboot you , you will need to connect your device to a PC which has redsn0w installed on it.

There are a few points that need to be kept in mind before you start the process of jailbreak on your iDevice. One must be a developer for the downloading of the iOS 6 beta firmware. In addition to this, you will be needing the iOS beta 1 to jailbreak the iOS beta 2 and given it is a tethered jailbreak, it will work on A4 devices only.

The Redsn01 0.9.13dev2 tool is the one, to be used for downloading and given the iPhone Dev Team still hasn’t updated the toll yo work on the newer version of the firmware, it needs to be pointed to the earlier version of the beta firware for a successful jailbreak of the iOS 6 Beta 2. The whole process had been broken down into a sequence of simple steps, for you to use them easily.

Step 1 : Installation of iOS 6 Beta 2.

Step 2 : Use the device only in the DFU mode , before starting the process.

Step 3 : Download the Redsn0w 0.9.13dev 2 tool and click on open.

Step 4 : After downloading it , go to Extras-> Select IPSW and point it to the iOS 6 Beta 1 Firmware.

Step 5 : After doing this, go back to the home screen and hit jailbreak. Install SSH must be checked, while this is done. This jailbreak will not be installing Cydia on your device.

Step 6: Once jailbreak has been finished, you need to take the device back to the DFU mode and then navigate again to Extras-> Select IPSW and point your iOS beta 1 firmware. On identification of the same, one needs to select Boot feom Extras menu for performing a tethered boot.

Well, that is it then. In these simple steps you have successfully installed and are free to enjoy the iOS 6 beta 2 firmware.

Since this installation doesn’t add Cydia to your device, it has left many people disappointed. On needs to know, that Cydia installation is possible through SSH.

Although the iOS 6 has a lot of new and innovative features, a large number of glaring oversights helps the jailbreak community to thrive. Cydia has been offering new features of iOS 6 for long and a lot of new ones will be ported through those running on the older firmware.