What is Jailbreak

JailBreaking an iPhone

You've probably seen the term "Jailbreaking" on your travels around the web, but what exactly is this vaguely illicit-sounding term? It's actually nothing to do with busting out of prison - it's about unlocking your phone to do whatever you want with it.

Jailbreaking is the process of removing software restrictions imposed by iOS, Apple Inc's operating system, on its devices including the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and second-generation Apple TV.

A cost-free jailbreak can make any Apple phones such as iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5s, 5c, 6, 6 plus, 6s, 6s plus or even the latest versions iPhone 7 and 7 plus wishes come true, which includes download, install and run lots of remarkable applications, customize options, tether with laptop and iPad, etc.


Shortly after the iPhone’s very first release in the year 2007, people began to pontificate about ways to potentially use Web applications in a way that wasn’t completely limited to the Apple’s mandatory browser. After the iPhone 3G was on the shelves, however, people were amazed by all of the thousands upon thousands of applications that could now be directly downloaded to the phone itself without the need for browser interaction. Even though there are now well over ten thousand different applications that people can download and make use of at their leisure, there are still a certain amount of limitations that customers still seek to bypass.



Here is the complete process of Jailbreaking any iPhone:

The jailbreak process
The jailbreak process is a bit lengthy, but not that complicated if you know what you’re doing. The below given is a step by step process of jailbreaking an iPhone, However, it should always be noted that you must be very careful while following it, in order to safeguard yourself against the risk involved.

·        Firstly, one is supposed to backup their iOS device before they start with the jailbreak process.
·        The next step is to disable the pass code if at all you are using one.
·        The next step is to simply enable the Airplane Mode.
·        Now comes a bit tricky part. To carry out the jailbreaking, one is supposed to download some jailbreaking tool on their computer. You’ll need the latest version of the iTunes installed as well. Also note that there are different tools for different iOS versions, and not all the tools may work for all the iOS.
·        Open the downloaded tool which will help you with the jailbreak process.
·        Now, you can plug in your iOS device and wait for it to be recognized by the tool.
·        Once recognized, you’ll find a “Start jailbreak” or some similar option. You’re supposed to click on that.
·        Some tools may or may not require you to do anything else. Some may, however, involve a bit more steps. But they usually aren’t anything technical or complicated, so getting through them shouldn’t be a problem.
After you’re done with all that, you can simply wait for the process to finish. Once finished, your device will reboot. You’ll then find an icon or option named Cydia, which will allow you to prepare the file system. That’s it, you’re done!


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