5.1.1 UnTethered Jailbreak – Update

Pod2g has released the iPad 3 Jailbreak on 5.1.1 demo video and announced that the 5.1.1 jailbreak will be supported on all A4 , A5 and A5x processor powered devices (all listed below). The release date is not announced yet but it is expected to be around the time of a Developers Conference named Hack in The Box which is going to be held on May 21st and last till May 25th 2012 .

5.1.1 jailbreak

Chronic Dev Team tweeted from their official twitter profile .

” Ready for some jailbreak goodness ? We are :) #HITB2012AMS registrations close soon “

Apparently there is something big that is going top be revealed during the event . Now it’s totally possible that this could end up being nothing, but it sure seems like something big related to jailbreaking might be unveiled. Pod2g says in his blog that we should expect the iOS 5.1.1 untethered to be available in a two weeks which coincides with the dates of the event . To get updates from the event , Subscribe below .

5.1.1 UnTethered Jailbreak – List of Supported Devices :

  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPad 1st generation
  • iPad 2 WiFi
  • iPad 3 WiFi

5.1.1 Jailbreak Under Progress :

  • iPod Touch 4G
  • iPad 2 GSM
  • iPad 2 CDMA
  • iPad 2 WiFi
  • iPad 3 CDMA
  • iPad 3 Global
  • AppleTV 2nd generation

5.1.1 Non Supported Devices :

  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPod 3G
  • AppleTV 3rd generation

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Update from Pod2g Blog :

Currently Pod2g has a range of multiple jailbreak exploits to accomplish sandbox breakout, kernel unsigned code injection and execution that results in a fully featured untethered jailbreak for 5.1.1 iOS . The original Corona untethered exploit that first jailbroke iPhone 4S made use of the LimeRa1n ( by GeoHot ) bootrom exploit as an injection vector, to allow developers to disable ASLR and sandbox . This made the jailbreak possible to be installed through Redsnow and other jailbreaking tools . But this custom configuration script worked only for A4 powered devices and A5 devices needed a new configuration script to make it exploitable for installing Cydia . The script is being worked out and possibly in its final stages of completion with correction and bug fixes for a stable jailbreak that works .