Update: several credible sources have told me they believe iJailbreak Pro is a scam. I have removed the link.
The Kindle Fire is a great little cheap tablet, but out of the box it doesn’t run a modern version of Android, doesn’t connect to your Google account, and doesn’t have access to all of Google Play’s million or so apps.
Except mine does.
Sorry jailbreakers: The latest iPhone update, iOS 6.1.3, could kill your lovely little hack.
So you like your iPhone 5 or iPad 4, but want to live outside of the app store’s “garden of pure ideology?” You’re in luck: A group of hackers known as evad3rs has released the first jailbreak for iPhone 5, EvasiOn.
That didn’t take long: Yesterday, iPhone hacker Grant Paul, aka chpwn, posted pictures of his jailbroken iPhone 5.
Proving that anticipation was exceptionally high for a full iPhone 4S jailbreak, the folks behind the Absinthe jailbreaking tool report that it received over 1 million downloads within its first 24 hours.
Finally! Notable hacker pod2g and the Chronic Dev Team have released the first untethered jailbreak for Apple’s iPhone 4S and iPad 2.
A fully functioning port of the iPhone 4S’s hyped Siri voice assistant is now available for almost all jailbroken Apple mobile devices and huzzah, it’s legal!
Hackers have just taken the wraps off some handy new jailbreaking tools for iOS devices.
[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/33140642 w=500&h=281] The hunt is on for a way to port Apple’s voice assistant Siri to other iPhones beside the iPhone 4S. We’ve been following the development of one such hack over the past few months, but a recent project dubbed H1Siri now claims to be the first to enable Siri’s full suite of features on the iPhone 4.
Reports have surfaced today of a new PlayStation 3 jailbreak titled “JB2,” according to Eurogamer.
The notorious iPhone jailbreak hacker Comex has been snapped up by Apple as an intern, he announced on his Twitter account last night.
Drink up your free AT&T tethering while you can, jailbreakers. AT&T has got you in its sights.
Apple sure seems to be finding a lot of inspiration in the jailbreak community.
Just one day after Apple announced and released an early version of iOS 5 to developers, hackers have proven that the mobile OS is just as susceptible to exploits as past versions.
Living the dream of many an (unauthorized) app developer, Peter Hajas has been hired by Apple after developing replacement notification software for jailbroken iOS devices, MobileCrunch reports.
Hackers have fully cracked Apple’s latest iPhone OS update, iOS 4.3.1, with a jailbreak that supports all iOS devices except the iPad 2, Redmond Pie reports.
One of the most compelling reasons to jailbreak, or hack, your iPhone, is to run an app called MyWi that lets you share your iPhone’s mobile internet connection without paying a monthly fee to AT&T. But now it looks like the heady days of free tethering are coming to an end.
The iPad 2 has been jailbroken already, according to a video posted this evening.
Devoted Windows smartphone hackers had just one week of blissful operating-system freedom.
The first iPhone operating system (iOS) 4.1 jailbreak has hit the streets. Hacker Geohot’s “Limera1n” exploit lets users hack their phones to install a variety of unofficial apps and tweaks.
Less than a day after Apple released its iOS 4.1 operating system, hackers say they have jailbroken the software for the iPhone 4. In doing so, hackers have shown yet again that they can beat the security systems that Apple puts in place to keep control of its hardware devices.
The moment many intrepid iPhone 4 owners have been waiting for is here: The iPhone Dev Team has released a jailbreak for the iPhone 4 via their JailbreakMe 2.0 tool — and this time around, users can perform the hack right on their device.