iPhone 3GS, four, 4S, five, 5S, 5C
iPad two, three, four, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Mini two with Retina
iPod Touch five
It won’t work on anything older than these devices nor is it compatible with Apple TV or any tool on iOS 6+ . Before you start, make positive you take a backup of your tool using iTunes or iCloud, or even both to be on the safe side.
Evasi0n 7 is compatible with the following devices on iOS 7 up to 7.0.4 :
1. make sure you select the correct version for your operating system.
2. Locate the file and double-click on it to run it.
You should now see a screen similar, if not, this:
3. Remove the passcode from your iOS device if you have one set – you can always enable it again afterwards:
Open your Settings app
Tap on General
Tap on Passcode Lock
You should now have an image like this:
And type in your passcode, now tap “Turn Passcode Off” and type in your passcode to prevent issues with the jailbreak. (Unlikely, but can happen):
Now that the passcode is off:
Now that the passcode is off:
4. Connect your iOS device to your PC or Mac using the USB cable
5. Evasi0n should pop up a message confirming that the device has been detected and the Jailbreak button will be available
6. Click on the Jailbreak button and let the utility do its work. Do not touch your device or computer unless you are asked to do so.
7. The final step to the download will be when you are asked to tap on the evasi0n icon on your device Home screen – do so.
It now really does it’s own thing and you just wait, your phone should reboot at least once, once Evasi0n is done, you should see the Cydia app and a finish message on the Evasi0n app on your computer, you’re done!
This really took me 5 minutes to finish when I did nothing, personally, I left my passcode on and it just told me to unlock the phone when needed, but I wouldn’t recommend it.
The first way to save your SHSHs includes using a program called “Tiny Umbrella”. -
Note: Internet is needed for this process!
Start the program up, it will make libraries needed, then start the program.
If a bubble comes up saying, Cydia has set SHSHs, that is fine, click “OK”.
Now plug your iDevice in, let the computer recognise it and load up.
Then on the left of the menu, it will show your iDevice’s name.
Click your device, then click “Save SHSH”, this will grab any available SHSH’s on your device. It was that easy!
Note: Saved SHSHs are found in: C:/Users/%username%/.shsh
“iFaith” is pretty basic, and very user friendly!
Start the program, a read warning will come up, saying if you paid for the program, then get your money back. Click okay, because you got it for free.
You will see a menu with 4 options, the first being “Build *signed* IPSW w/ blobs” we will talk about this option later on! The option under that is “Show available SHSH Caches on Server”, this just shows which SHSHs Cydia has on file for your Device.
The next option is “Dump SHSH Blobs”, this is how we will save your SHSHs! So click this option, it will tell you what this option will do, along with listing device and firmware compatibility! Assuming you match the standards, click “Proceed”.
Now credits, look at these names, thank the developers for their work, they work hard! Now click “let’s go!”.
It will ask if you are dumping an Apple TV 2nd gen, this one is up to you! Click appropriate answer! Now you will be asked to put your Device into DFU mode, along with a tutorial. This is safe, and just part of the process.
Follow the on screen prompts, and your SHSHs will be saved before you know it! Save your SHSHs in a safe place, saving them in multiple places is good!
Despite public belief, Apple did NOT invent, or create Siri. The inventor’s name who did generate Siri, is Dag Kittlaus. Dag is originally from Norway, but currently lives in Chicago, Illinois. Siri’s development originally began in 2007, based off of an automatic voice assistant at that time. In the first year over 25$ million was put in to development, research, and other financial makes use of. The original database that the information was based from had taken place from Standford’s Research Institute. Apple gained interest in Siri know-how in the late 2007, but had other things in mind for a few years. In 2010 Steve Jobs contacted Dag about Siri, and then he was added to iOS five for the iPhone 4S. Dag resigned as the CEO of Siri at Apple after the release of the iPhone 4S, information regarding this is publicly unknown.