Seas0nPass updated their toolset to jailbreak AppleTV 2nd Generation 5.0.2 firmware first, but hot on their heels, the folks at Sn0wBreeze have updated their Windows based tool to version 2.96 which enables those without a Mac to untethered jailbreak their AppleTV.
Apple rolled out an update to their hobby product the AppleTV just a few days ago. Thankfully this can still be jailbroken. The instructions within our “How To: Jailbreak AppleTV 2G 5.0.1 (5.1.1) with Seas0nPass (Untethered)” post still apply since the Seas0nPass tool has been updated to work with it.
We recently saw an untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak released for our much loved Apple products, the main person involved in that jailbreak process, @pod2g has now released his work to other prolific jailbreak developers so that they can update their published tools – one such product is Seas0nPass. Seas0nPass is used to create custom jailbroken firmware for the AppleTV 2nd Generation. It’s a very simple tool and unlocks the potential of your AppleTV very quickly. The Seas0nPass application can be run on either a Mac of a PC and is completely free of charge.
Apple has released iTunes 10.6. Suitable for both Mac and Windows, safe for jailbreakers, you should download and update.
Apple released iOS 5.1 during their March keynote speech; a keynote where we also saw the 3rd generations of the iPad and AppleTV rolled out. As always, iTunes tends to get a little bit tempramental when it comes to grabbing firmware updates therefore you may well find it easier to download directly from Apple’s servers.
So, you’re all fired up and ready to either enter the world of jailbreaking iOS device for the first time, or maybe are just looking for the most current “How to”? The method weâ€™re about to explain uses redsn0w and works on both the PC and Mac platforms.
Seas0nPass is used to create custom jailbroken firmware for the AppleTV 2nd Generation. It’s a very simple tool and unlocks the potential of your AppleTV very quickly. The Seas0nPass application can be run on either a Mac of a PC and is completely free of charge. Here’s how to use it.
You’ve jailbroken your AppleTV and don’t want it to keep bugging you about that new iOS update. Read on and we’ll show you how.
Let’s say you accidentally updated your iPhone to a version of iOS for which there’s no jailbreak yet and you want to downgrade your iPhone to an earlier iOS version. If you’ve got saved SHSH blobs this guide can help you downgrade.
If you’ve jailbroken your iDevice and run Cydia then you’ll have, without realising it, backed up something called an SHSH blob. Whilst the term seems geeky and uninteresting, if you’re a jailbreaker it’s essential you stay on top of making sure your blobs are all saved