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    Default List of Devices without a Current Jailbreak
    The following device/firmware combination currently do NOT have a jailbreak at all, tethered or untethered.

    (If you're not sure what firmware you're on, here's how to find your iOS firmware version)
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.4
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.5

    The following device/firmware combination currently ONLY have a tethered jailbreak, meaning you have to connect them to a computer when you reboot them.
    • none currently

    All other iOS device/firmware combinations have untethered jailbreaks available.
    Last edited by Kyle Matthews; 12-22-2013 at 05:15 AM.
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    Nice list Kyle thank you
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    OK, I'm confused. Per developer Steven Troughton-Smith, who is the guy working on porting Siri to the 4/3Gs/other iDevices, over in the article w/ video of Siri working on an iPhone 4 (at 9to5mac), he states:

    Mark: How long did porting take you, what was the “I got it” moment?

    Steven: Basically, I already had everything I needed to make it work. I had spent a lot of time mapping out in my head exactly how Siri works on the iPhone. All I needed was access to a jailbroken iPhone 4S to put my hunch to the test. It literally took no longer than 10 minutes to put all the pieces in place and perform our first test on my iPhone 4, and it was an instant success.
    So if the iPhone 4S has no jailbreak, how did he get access to a jailbroken iPhone 4S?

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    Because he knows people who are working on the jailbreak and they have access to the 4S jailbreak.

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    Well, at least we know there IS a jailbreak for the 4S, hopefully that means it will get released sometime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hfelsh View Post
    OK, I'm confused. Per developer Steven Troughton-Smith, who is the guy working on porting Siri to the 4/3Gs/other iDevices, over in the article w/ video of Siri working on an iPhone 4 (at 9to5mac), he states:



    So if the iPhone 4S has no jailbreak, how did he get access to a jailbroken iPhone 4S?
    The list Kyle posted refers to PUBLICLY RELEASED and available Jailbreaks. Stuff you can use today.
    There may be others still being developed, but they're not yet ready for ordinary people to use. They may not work, or they might brick your device. Wait for the official tools from dev-team.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Matthews View Post
    The following device/firmware combination currently do NOT have a jailbreak at all, tethered or untethered.

    (If you're not sure what firmware you're on, here's how to find your iOS firmware version)
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.1
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.2
    I'm sure I've seen people report that 4.3.1 and 4.3.2 worked with JBM3.
    It's not an officially supported combination, and I think I've also seen other reports that JBM3 failed on 4.3.1 and 4.3.2.
    Can you confirm?
    Last edited by raduga; 11-02-2011 at 11:37 AM.

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    Question! Wouldn't it be an un-tethered jailbreak for 3GS users on Old bootrom?

    I've been reading around. My 3GS is on Old bootrom iOS 5.0. I'm assuming it will be untethered jailbreak?

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    Yes. Old bootrom 3GS is untethered on 5.0.

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    Alright, Cool. Thanks Simon!

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    correct me if im wrong
    but isn't the iphone 4 jailbroke untethered on 4.3.3 and tethed upto 4.3.5

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    You are correct. 4.3.3 is untethered for all devices.

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    Looking for some help. I have a 3GS, model 1303, running 3.1.2 and 5.11.07. I am tethered for restarts with blackra1n. Is it possible to upgrade to ios5 and continue using on T-mobile as I currently am. Can you please advise steps if possible. Thank you.

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    Ummm.... I have a 3GS on 4.3.3 that is very happily jailbroken untethered


    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Matthews View Post
    The following device/firmware combination currently do NOT have a jailbreak at all, tethered or untethered.

    (If you're not sure what firmware you're on, here's how to find your iOS firmware version)
    • iPhone 4S | 5.0
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.1
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.2
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.4
    • iPad 2 | 4.3.5
    • iPad 2 | 5.0

    The following device/firmware combination currently ONLY have a tethered jailbreak, meaning you have to connect them to a computer when you reboot them.
    • iPhone 3G | 4.3.4
    • iPhone 3GS | 4.3.3
    • iPhone 3GS | 4.3.4
    • iPhone 3GS | 4.3.5
    • iPhone 3GS | 5.0
    • iPhone 4 | 4.2.9
    • iPhone 4 | 4.2.10
    • iPhone 4 | 4.3.3
    • iPhone 4 | 4.3.4
    • iPhone 4 | 4.3.5
    • iPhone 4 | 5.0
    • iPad 1 | 4.3.3
    • iPad 1 | 4.3.4
    • iPad 1 | 4.3.5
    • iPod touch 3G | 4.3.4
    • iPod touch 3G | 4.3.5
    • iPod touch 4G | 4.3.4
    • iPod touch 4G | 4.3.5
    • iPod touch 4G | 5.0

    All other iOS device/firmware combinations have untethered jailbreaks available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lngsd View Post
    Ummm.... I have a 3GS on 4.3.3 that is very happily jailbroken untethered
    Then you have a old bootrom 3GS. Congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Matthews View Post
    The following device/firmware combination currently ONLY have a tethered jailbreak, meaning you have to connect them to a computer when you reboot them.
    • iPhone 3G | 4.3.4
    • iPhone 3GS | 4.3.3
    • iPhone 3GS | 4.3.4
    • iPhone 3GS | 4.3.5
    • iPhone 3GS | 5.0
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    You may wish to note that the old-boot-rom 3GS can in fact be jail broken untethered on those (as well as previous) firmware versions.

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    is there any way to jailbreak iphone 3gs untethered with new bootrom? and if no is there a way to downgrade the bootrom? plz help

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    Quote Originally Posted by shandy808 View Post
    is there any way to jailbreak iphone 3gs untethered with new bootrom? and if no is there a way to downgrade the bootrom? plz help
    On 4.3.4 or higher no, not yet.
    And no you cannot change your bootrom.

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    Actually it is a new bootrom 3gs. I have one of each (old and new). They jailbreak a little differently but they are both untethered nonetheless on 4.3.3

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    U 4got ipad 1 5.0

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    i have a question. i'm about to buy an ipad 2, is there a guide that'll show me how to start it off with a firmware that is jb-able(4.3.3 i believe)?

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