Last month, we showed you how to jailbreak iOS 6 Beta by using RedSn0w 0.9.13dev1. Now we are going to show you how you can jailbreak iOS 6 Beta 2 with RedSn0w 0.9.13dev1.
Yes! You can do that. This is a tethered jailbreak. Since the latest version of RedS0w is yet to be tested with iOS 6, you need to use RedSn0w 0.9.13dev1 and thus, you will need to point to the prior beta firmware in order to jailbreak iOS 6 Beta 2.
The procedure that we are going to share has been successfully tried and tested. However, we want to make it clear that you are doing this at your own risk and The Apple Bites would not be responsible for anything in case you screw up your iDevice while jailbreaking or if you fail to get desired results.
Following video shows step by step procedure to learn how to easily jailbreak your iOS 6 beta 2 installation:
You must be a developer to download iOS 6 Beta firmware because currently, Apple has authorized only developers to download iOS 6 Beta. You will need the iOS 6 Beta 1 firmware in order to jailbreak iOS 6 Beta 2. This only works for A4 devices. That translates into iPhone 4, 4th Generation iPod Touch and iPhone 3GS. This is a tethered jailbreak. Given below is the step-by-step procedure in-case you cannot play the video.
STEP 1 – First of all, you have to start the procedure by installing iOS 6 Beta 2.
STEP 2 – Place your device into Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU) mode.
STEP 3 – Download RedSn0w 0.9.13dev 1 and open it.
STEP 4 – Click Extras > Select IPSW > and point to your iOS 6 Beta 1 firmware.
STEP 5 – Go back to the main screen. Click Jailbreak. Make sure Install SSH icon is checked. This jailbreak does not install Cydia.
STEP 6 – Once the jailbreak has finished, you should place your device back into DFU mode. Go back to Extras > Select IPSW, and again point to your iOS 6 Beta 1 firmware. Once identified, select Just boot from the Extras menu to perform a tethered boot.
That completes the procedure. Now you can enjoy your jailbroken iOS 6 Beta 2 installation.
We want to remind our readers that this jailbreak does not install Cydia. However, you can use SSH to install Cydia as noted in this tutorial.
Have you successfully jailbroken your iOS 6 beta 2 installation? Was this tutorial helpful to you? Post your comments.
Source: iDownload Blog