Moments ago we reported about the release of Sn0wbreeze 2.8 Beta 7 to which support for iOS 5 Beta 7 was added. Before this update was made Redsn0w 0.9.8 beta 7 was able to Jailbreak iOS 5 Beta 7 but had some issues which are no fixed.
Moments ago @MuscleNerd Tweeted that:
Following are the issues which were fixed:
Update #7b: About 12 hours after we released redsn0w 0.9.8b7 with some improvements for iOS5b6, Apple went and released iOS5b7 (what are the odds of that?!?). Even though that redsn0w could still jailbreak iOS5b7, you needed to point it at the iOS5b6 IPSW to do so. Today’s redsn0w 0.9.8b7b lets you point redsn0w directly at the iOS5b7 IPSW instead.
We’ve also added some overall improvements for old-bootrom 3GS owners (where the 24kpwn exploit applies): on those devices, you can tell redsn0w to untether 4.3.5 and lower, or iOS5b7. Old-bootrom 3GS owners can once again choose custom logos, and/or verbose booting (for the really nerdy iPhone3GS fans out there!). And it allows 4.3.4 or 4.3.5 users to use ultrasn0w again.
Last but not least, we fixed some lingering Verizon iPhone4 4.2.10 JB issues.
Have a great Labor Day weekend!
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MAC OS X From Here
Windows From Here