Plz. Help Me

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by ljmchinastar, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. ljmchinastar macrumors newbie

    Jun 2, 2011
    Hi all masters and friends , i want to jailbreak my iphone 4 , Version 4.3 ( 8F190 ) . plz. help me to do that for my i phone .
    i've read that i need to backup my iphone first before jailbreaking .so where can i get that backup software like tinyumbrella . and how to use it ?
    and then which program do i need to jailbreak my iphone and plz. paste me that jailbreaking software .
    Hope u all will help me .

  2. gngan macrumors 68000


    Jan 1, 2009
    If you don't even know how to backup your iphone. You shouldn't be jailbreaking.

    Take some time searching about jailbreak and read about it before attempting. It will just cause your headache when you have no clue to so many things.
  3. Prodo123 macrumors 68020


    Nov 18, 2010
    1. You shouldn't jailbreak. Especially if you don't know how the iPhone backs up. By the looks of it you haven't synced your iPhone in 2 months, a sign of irresponsibility which can permanently brick your phone forever.
    2. If you need help on jailbreaking, then you shouldn't jailbreak.
    3. Please type in proper English.
    4. If we pasted the program here then this post would be filled with a trillion 10101101001001011's.

    Now that that's over with, here's the info you wanted.
    *Also, by syncing you will see that your OS is obsolete. Update your OS to 4.3.3 first before jailbreaking.
    *Search "iPhone Dev Team" on Google. First result will send you to their blog. The newest post on their blog has the link to the tool called "Redsn0w". That's the one you need.
    *After updating, search "iOS 4.3.3 ipsw" and download a 666MB file that has the name "iPhone3,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw". Run redsn0w after this download is finished.

    *Please understand how Apple monitors your iPhone first before talking about irrelevant programs. TinyUmbrella DOES NOT BACKUP your iPhone; it saves Apple's signature of approval for restoring to a particular OS, so that when Apple stops approving restores for that specific version (e.g. iOS 4.0.1) you still have Apple's signature to restore with.
    *All jailbreak tools are self-explanatory. 80% of people think if you jailbreak an iPhone, you automatically graduate from MIT as a computer science major summa cum laude. It's not that complicated; as long as you don't do anything stupid you'll be fine.
    *TinyUmbrella should only be used if you want to return to a version of iOS after upgrading. Google how to use if you want; it's completely unnecessary to use it right now.
  4. ljmchinastar thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jun 2, 2011
    Thanks alot for your teaching on me brothers . i'm really appreciate for that . yes , i'm very new to this iphone and i've never ever use that before . i've bought that phone on 1st of this month n i've activated with iTunes .
    i've some experiences on Symbian phones but not for iphone . i want to install some applications to my iphone that's why i want to jailbreak my phone .
    Every step will be do as my own risk .i understand that brothers .
    So , please guide and teach me how to jailbreak my iphone . now i'll try to upgrading my phone to iOS 4.3.3 using my iTunes which instructed by Dev.Team.
    hope you all will teach and guide me to jailbreaking my iphone.
    have one question , that can i install applications without jailbreaking my phone ?

    i'm in asia and don't know too much about that iphonethigs. and please forgive me because my English is very bad . hope you all will forgive me n teach me everything about iphone.

  5. Prodo123 macrumors 68020


    Nov 18, 2010
    All of my starred points on my last post is all you need for jailbreaking.
    Also, if what you mean by "install some applications to my iphone" is installing FREE apps, then you have completely missed the point of jailbreaking and should not do it.
  6. eastercat macrumors 68040


    Mar 3, 2008
    It is against the rules to help people who want to steal apps. You're not getting help here.
  7. awadeee macrumors 68020


    Jan 21, 2011
    Viper City
    You are very misguided and has a very clouded view of what jailbreaking is.

    Just enjoy your stock phone dude.

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