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    iphoneunlocker's Avatar
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    Default iPhone 4.2.1 Untethered Jailbreak Available Soon

    Today, MuscleNerd unveiled the video of an iOS 4.2 untethered jailbreak that is currently in the works. This is wonderful news for everyone who wisely held off on upgrading their iPhones to 4.2.1.

    If you noticed lately how Cydia mysteriously saves off your 4.2b3 SHSH files, well this exploit utilizes those. Patience is indeed a virtue! Check inside for full video displaying the untethered jailbreak running on an iPod Touch 4g.

    Of course an untethered jailbreak is superior to a tethered jailbreak because it allows you to freely restart your iPhone with out having to repeat the jailbreak process with each reboot.

    Have you held off until an untethered jailbreak was released, or have you already taken the plunge?

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    coooooooooool
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    This is old news, and most likely would have needed to be posted in the jailbreak section of the forum.
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    Wonder why they are not releasing it yet since they are showing it.
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    I am not updating my phone until the untethered jailbreak comes out.
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    I've been considering jailbreaking my 3GS for the sole purpose of tethering. Bought the phone in October of last year, so I guess warranty-wise it doesn't really matter at this point right? Not totally sold on doing it yet

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