Thursday, February 14, 2013

Evasi0n: How to Jailbreak iOS 6.1, 6.1.1, 6.02, 6.01 on iPhone, iPod, and iPad [Untethered]

The jailbreak for the newest iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads has arrived. If you own one of these devices, you may be interested in increasing its accessibility through a jailbreak. What's more is that this is one of the most simple jailbreaks out there. Evasi0n, the tool in question here that will 'activate' your jailbreak is fast, simple, and extremely easy to use requiring little to no work on your part. Well, what are you waiting for? Let's get started.

Before we start if you want to know more about jailbreaking and its ins and outs, visit this page.


There have been many different jailbreak tools in the past such as redsn0w, blackra1n, limera1n, and many others. But Evasi0n has quickly become the most popular of the bunch. Why? Well it's simply due to the fact that it is so user-friendly and easy to operate. Don't believe me? Try it out. Let's get started.


This jailbreak will work with the following firmwares: 6.1.1, 6.1, 6.02, 6.01

To check go into Settings>General>About and look under firmware to see if it matches one of the above.

In addition to that, the Evasi0n jailbreak is proven to be compatible with the following devices. (NOTE: It may be compatible with others with some issues. It is not recommended to jailbreak a device not included on this list.)

  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 3Gs
  • iPad with A6X chip (4th gen)
  • iPad 3
  • iPad 2
  • iPad mini
  • iPod touch 5
  • iPod touch 4
  • Apple TV 2nd generation


Once you've confirmed that your device meets these requirements (most of which will) it is time to get on with the jailbreak process. It will take no more than a few minutes!

1. The first step is to download the Evasi0n tool from their official website

2. Once that is completed, you should get a .ZIP file to where ever you saved it. Locate it and an unzip the file by right-clicking on it and clicking EXTRACT.

3. In the folder, you should find a few files. The only one that is important for the process is Evasi0n.exe. Double-click on it to launch.

4. Next plug in your iDevice (if you haven't already) and hit the jailbreak button. Now your device should go through a couple of unconventional stages in which the screen may go black and an Apple logo may appear. It is important not to touch your device during this part even though it may be tempting.

5. Eventually you should be faced with a screen like this.

6. Follow the instructions on screen. Unlock your device and if you go to your last available page and locate an app labeled jailbreak. Tap it exactly ONCE. Whatever your device does from here is normal and you should find yourself back at the home screen.

7. Next you can go back in your device and the 'jailbreak' app should be gone, but replaced by an app called 'Cydia.' Congrats, this means your jailbreak has been successfully completed.

8. Open up Cydia and it will lead you through a couple prompts. When your choosing your user type, developer is usually the best way to go as it allows you access to all parts of Cydia. If you do choose developer, make sure you have a good understanding of your what your doing otherwise stick to user if your fairly new. Next it should prompt you to upgrade. Do so by clicking the 'Complete' option. Cydia should ask to respring after and you should be set!

Now What?

If your new to jailbreaks you probably don't know too much about what it is. Well, Applocity is here to help steer you in the right direction. If you want to make your device much 'cooler' than it was before jailbreaking can do that. It can also make it much more accessible and functional.

The main hub of jailbreaks is Cydia. If you go into Cydia, there is a plethora of packages to choose from. Packages, found by searching, are simply additional aspects added to your device. And packages come from sources, many of which can be additionally added.

For more information check out Jailbreaking FAQs and information.

For some quick tips on what packages to install check out this article.

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