How to Jailbreak iOS 4.3.4 on iPad with Redsn0w 0.9.8b3
The Dev Team made updates to Redsn0w 0.9.8b3, and it can now make a tethered jailbreak on the iOS 4.3.4 of the iPhone 4, iPad, 3GS, and iPod touch.
The new version of Redsn0w 0.9.8b3 is finally here bringing the good news of finally having the option to jailbreak the iOS 4.3.4 of your iPhone 4, iPad, 3GS, and iPod touch. You can make Cydia up and running in your iDevice after minutes of performing these simple steps. Don’t use these steps if you are relying on a carrier unlock because Redsn0w will break that. You can jailbreak your iDevice using PwnageTool bundles.
Here are simple steps on how to jailbreak iOS 4.3.4 of your iDevice with Redsn0w 0.9.8b3:
Step 1: Download iOS 4.3.4 firmware.
Step 2: Run iTunes and update or restore to iOS 4.3.4 using the standard IPSW file.
Step 3: Download the newest version of Redsn0w 0.9.8b3 and direct it to the 4.3.4 firmware. The program will identify your firmware.
Step 4: A window will pop up showing you the components you need for the jailbreak. It’s preferable that you select “Install Cydia” so you can take advantage of all of the features of this jailbreak. You can opt for other option if you know how those work.
Step 5: You will be prompt by another screen. Turn off and plug your device before you will click on “Next”.
Step 6: You will be instructed to enter DFU mode. Quickly hold on the “Power” button, and hold the “Home” button. Let go of the “Power” button after seconds, but continue holding on the “Home” button until the installation starts.
Step 7: Sit back and relax because Redsn0w 0.9.8b3 will finish the update for you. Make sure that you won’t interrupt at this time since the update will include a series of process. Don’t even attempt to open iTunes or unplug your device from your PC.
Always keep in mind that this is a tethered jailbreak. Connect your iDevice to a computer that is running Redsn0w every time you turn it on. Open Redsn0w 0.9.8b3 and select the option “Just boot tethered right now” while your iDevice is plugged in.
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