Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 semi-untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3.
Since Apple has released iOS 6.1.3, there has been sort of conundrum regarding whether jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 would see the light of a untethered jailbreak ios 6.1.3 solution soon, because unfortunately in the latest iOS, Apple has plugged the exploit found by the creators of the jailbreaking utility Evasion that has made the jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 impossible.
However there has been an alternative regarding the jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 floating around recently. This particular jailbreak is not a full-fledged solution partly because it is not an untethered solution, and because of only being able to be implemented on an A4 based processor iDevices, so this guide is only if you have upgraded to the latest version of 6.1.3 without saving your SHSH Blobs, and have no way of downgrading back to the previous versions of iOS. However with the help of this guide you can achieve this semi-untethered jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 on your iPhone iPad or iPod touch.
So this goes without saying that if you are looking for an untethered jailbreak for previous versions of iOS, then I highly advise you that you follow our detailed evasion jailbreak tutorial which would let you achieve an untethered jailbreaking solution.
So let’s get on with the process of jailbreaking iOS 6.1.3 tethered jailbreak. This particular jailbreak is compatible with the limited number of devices and they are listed below, and version of these devices should be running on iOS 6.1.3.
- iPod touch 4th generation
- iPhone 4 and 3GS
As you might be aware that running a tethered jailbreak will mean that you would have to boot into Redsn0w every time you lose the power or turn your device off. However following this tutorial you would be able to follow a process through which you can apply a semi-tethered jailbreak which basically means that you will not have two connect your iPhone to your PC and reboot iOS every time you turn off your phone.
So now that you know the limitations of this Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 semi-untethered jailbreak, let’s go over the prerequisites.
- This process can only work on A4 based devices meaning versions of the iPhone 4 and below running the latest version of Apple iOS 6.1.3 firmware
- Download the latest version of RedSnow 0.9.15b3 jailbreak utility and iOS 6.0 IPSW file. Download Links have been given below.
Step 1: With the correct version of Redsn0w downloaded, you need to go ahead and run Redsn0w and then click on Select IPSW. When the pop-up window opens up you need to select the iOS 6.0 IPSW file that you downloaded previously like we told you in the prerequisites instead of the latest version of iOS 6.1.3 IPSW.
Step 2: Once it has been identified you need to back to main menu. Now you should proceed by clicking the Jailbreak Button and also make sure that you have already checked the install Cydia option.
Step 3: Now Redsn0w would suggest to turn your device OFF to enter DFU mode and will also give you instructions on screen if you don’t know to do it yourself already. Once it has been place in DFU mode successfully, the red snow jailbreaking utility will proceed automatically and jailbroke your device.
Step 4: Just wait for the process to complete and when it does, you would have to boot it tethered.
Step 5: In order to boot tethered, you have to simply open up the Redsn0w utility, click the extras button and then click the select IPSW button and select the iOS 6.0 IPSW just like before and clicked on “just boot” button.
Congratulations now you have successfully jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 tethered on your iOS iPhone 4. Let me remind you that this is the tethered jailbreak so you would have two boot it with redsnow whenever you turn your phone off. If this is acceptable to you than there are no more steps to follow and you have achieved tethered jailbreak successfully. However if you want to achieve a semi-untethered jailbreak, then check out the video embedded below for steps to do that.
Download links for the files required for this jailbreaking process have been placed below to use this to download them at their essential for this process and you have any questions feel free to place them in the comments section below.