And Jailbreak for iOS 7.1/7.1.1 is here

June 24, 2014 0

Celebration time everyone who is an iPhone jailbreak fan, we finally have a simple method to jailbreak your iPhone. In case you dont know what Jailbreaking means, let me help you… It basically allows you do stuff with your phone Apple previously locked out. Like sharing files via bluetooth installing paid for apps for free (via cydia – though i wouldn’t advice you do this, please buy your apps from the App Store, support our developers). That said….

Here you go.

How To Jailbreak iOS 7.1 / 7.1.1 Untethered Using Pangu:

Before you begin, make sure your device is either running iOS 7.1.1 or iOS 7.1. Also make sure the latest version of iTunes is installed on your computer. Always backup your data to iCloud or locally via iTunes before jailbreaking.

Step 1: Download.

Step 2: Launch the tool with your iOS device connected to your PC, and uncheck the box as highlighted in the screenshot below, otherwise it will install a Chinese piracy app store.
Now click on the black “????” button to begin the jailbreak process. A popup will appear on the jailbreak software. This is a prompt for you to change the date and time on your iOS device.

Step 3: On your iOS device, navigate to Settings > General > Data and Time, and turn off Set Automatically. Set the date on the device to ‘02 June 2014’. Set the time to 20:30 (that’s 08:30pm for those who aren’t using the 24-hour clock on their iOS device).

Step 4: Go to your home screen on your iOS device, You’ll now see a new icon on your home screen called ‘Pangu’. Tap on it, and then wait a little, after a few moments you’ll be jailbroken with Cydia installed. It’s that simple. Note (your device may boot twice, thats normal after that Enjoy…..)

Here are screenshots from my now ‘aweeeesome’ phone with cydia installed and i’m running iOS 7.1.1 🙂

Disclaimer: this can brick your phone, do it at your own risk….

If you have tried the jailbreak and it works for you leave a comment below… 
Henry O

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