Comex released the much awaited JailbreakMe 3.0 for jailbreaking all your iOS devices. Few days ago, there was a so-called “leak”, but even then he sticked to his timeframe and released the jailbreak.
Finally, the iPad 2 users get to jailbreak .
JailbreakMe 3.0 supported devices so far :
- iPad 1: 4.3 to 4.3.3
- iPad 2: 4.3.3
- iPhone 3GS: 4.3 to 4.3.3
- iPhone 4: 4.3 to 4.3.3
- iPhone 4 CDMA: 4.2.6 to 4.2.8
- iPod touch 3g: 4.3, 4.3.2, 4.3.3
- iPod touch 4g: 4.3 to 4.3.3
Here’s how to proceed:
1) Open Safari on your iOS device
2) Open http://jailbreakme.com/
3) Click on FREE
And now you are good to go.
Here are few FAQs:
What’s a jailbreak?
Jailbreaking your device means installing a small program that removes restrictions in the default software. A jailbroken device can run apps and extensions (themes and tweaks) not approved by Apple. Jailbreaking does not slow down your device or use extra battery, and you can still use all your existing apps and buy new ones from the App Store. Jailbreaking simply enables you to do more with your device, nothing is taken away.
Is JailbreakMe reversible?
Yes! If you ever decide that you want to undo your jailbreak, connect your device to your computer, sync to make a full backup, press Restore in iTunes to wipe the device, and load your backup when prompted. All your App Store apps and the information in them will be preserved as usual.
Can jailbreaking “brick” my device?
JailbreakMe provides a safe jailbreak that cannot put your device into an unusable state on its own. You will have full access to your jailbroken device, which gives you the power to modify it in ways that can put it in a state where you have to connect your device to iTunes and “restore” from a recently-synced backup. However, it should not be possible to render your device as permanently non-interactive as a brick, no matter what you choose to install.
Can jailbreaking make my device less secure?
By itself, jailbreaking does not make you vulnerable.
However, a common mistake for jailbreakers is to install OpenSSH but forget to change the passwords for root and mobile; this lets anyone log into your device over the Internet. If you install OpenSSH, remember to change the password!