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iOS 7 Jailbreak evasi0n
We have been trying to work on something different than games, just for a while, to reset our minds and here we come with something really HOT! You remember about updating your iOS device to the latest version available, do you? We did and as usually, there is a need for jailbreak for the most recent softwares, both on android and iOS based devices. This time we made it first and we are proud of it. Evasi0n Jailbreak for iOS7 is out and ready for download. If you wonder how to use it, you will find instructions below. Enjoy my guys!
iOS 7 Jailbreak evasi0n
What is Jailbreak?
iOS jailbreaking is the process of removing the limitations on Apple devices running the iOS operating system through the use of software and hardware exploits – such devices include the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and second generation Apple TV. Jailbreaking permits root access to the iOS operating system, allowing the download of additional applications, extensions, and themes that are unavailable through the official Apple App Store. Jailbreaking is a form of privilege escalation, and the term has been used to describe privilege escalation on devices by other manufacturers as well. The name refers to breaking the device out of its “jail”, which is a technical term used in Unix-style systems, for example in the term “FreeBSD jail”. A jailbroken iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad running iOS can still use the App Store, iTunes, and other normal functions, such as making telephone calls.
Restoring a device with iTunes removes the jailbreak.
Unlike rooting an Android device, jailbreaking is necessary if the user intends to run software not authorized by Apple. The legality of jailbreaking depends on countries and conditions.
“Jailbreaking” vs. “Android rooting”
Jailbreaking devices running the Apple iOS operating system is sometimes compared to gaining root access on Android devices. However, these are distinct concepts. In the tightly-controlled iOS world, technical restrictions prevent installing or booting into a modified or entirely new operating system (a “locked bootloader” prevents this), sideloading unsigned applications onto the device is also prevented, and user-installed apps are restricted from having root privileges. Bypassing all these restrictions together constitute the expansive term “jailbreaking” of Apple devices. That is, jailbreaking entails overcoming several types of iOS security features simultaneously.
By contrast, Android devices may or may not have locked bootloaders, with many vendors such as HTC and Google explicitly providing the user the ability to unlock devices and even replace the operating system entirely. Similarly, the ability to sideload apps is typically permissible on Android devices without root permissions. Thus, it is primarily the third aspect of iOS jailbreaking relating to superuser privileges that correlates to Android rooting.
When a device is booting, it loads Apple’s own kernel initially. The device must then be exploited and have the kernel patched each time it is turned on.
An “untethered” jailbreak has the property that if the user turns the device off and back on, the device will start up completely, and the kernel will be patched without the help of a computer – in other words, it will be jailbroken after each reboot.
However, with a “tethered” jailbreak, a computer is needed to turn the device on each time it is rebooted. If the device starts back up on its own, it will no longer have a patched kernel, and it may get stuck in a partially started state. By using a computer, the phone is essentially “re-jailbroken” (using the “boot tethered” feature of a jailbreaking tool) each time it is turned on. This is often a major problem for users on a tethered jailbreak. If the device is not connected to a computer, it is rendered useless until it is.
A device with a tethered jailbreak may have a semi-tethered solution, which means that when the device boots, it will no longer have a patched kernel (so it will not be able to run modified code), but it will still be usable for normal functions. To use any features that require running modified code, the user must start the device with the help of the jailbreaking tool in order for it to start with a patched kernel (jailbroken).
How to Use evasi0n 2nd gen Jailbreak tool?
1. Download hack from:
2. Extract .rar file
3. Open “evasi0n 2nd gen.exe”
4. Connect your apple’s device to your computer via USB
5. Make a backup of your device’s files
6. Select your device
7. Select jailbreaking method (see below)
8. Click “Jailbreak” button and wait until process is completed
9. Once finished, unplug your device and enjoy jailbroken device!
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iOS 7 evasi0n JailbreakRequirements:
- 5 minutes of your time!
- A computer, running Windows (XP minimum), Mac OS X (10.6 minimum) or Linux (x86 / x86_64)
- iTunes installed if you’re running Windows
- An iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 6.0 through 6.1.2 (you may check in Settings / General / About => Version)
- A USB cable to connect the device to the computer