Only a few days ago was the IOS 6 BETA 2 released. The release by Apple has made many developers enjoyed the news because it can be Jailbreaked. What is more, it can actually be Jailbreaked with RedSn0w. This has been welcoming news and it is not just the developers that want to hear about the news of IOS 6 BETA 2. Most people used RedSn0w to Jailbreak their iPhones before and now there is a new version, everyone is anxious to try for themselves.
However, the new version of the IOS 6 BETA 2 is actually still a tethered version Jailbreak. What this really means is that when someone goes to try installing Cydia onto their device, they can’t. They will not be able to install Cydia which many users might find annoying and frustrating but this is all very unfortunate. Apple iPhone developers are still trying to get this updated and released which is due to be released very soon.
Though, for anyone trying to get this new updated version, it is actually all very simple to do. If anyone is planning on looking for the new IOS 6 BETA 2 upgrade, they should be using an A4 device. The reason why this is has to be because A4 devices are actually the only types of devices in which the upgrade can be made to. The user will need to make sure their device has iOS 6 BETA 1 installed firstly and then they can go ahead and Jailbreak the iOS 6 BETA 2.
So firstly, for anyone trying to use iOS 6 BETA 2, they will need to have BETA 1 already on their devices. If they have this, they will be able to install iOS 6 BETA 2 onto their devices. Then the user will need to make sure that they have their iPhone 4 or even the 5 once it’s released and put that into the DFU Mode.
Once, the iPhone is in DFU Mode, the user needs to then download RedSn0w – version 0.9.13dev1 for either Windows or Mac and run the software also. Then the user should head on over to their extras and select IPSW and make sure it gets to the firmware first. Once this is complete, the user should go back to their main screen of RedSn0w and install SSH and find the Jailbreak icon.
After all this is complete, the iPhone should be placed into DFU Mode and find the Boot icon from the extra screen and then the device should be Jailbroken with iOS 6 BETA 2. It is a very simple process, one which thousands are completing every week but it is worth knowing that once this is installed correctly, the user has access to hundreds of new features.