Two weeks ago, the Dev Team released RedSn0w 0.9.10b8 with the ability to backup your iPhone’s activation tickets. The tickets were a crucial part of the popular SAM unlock method.

Today, the Team has released another update to the jailbreaking utility, bringing it to version 0.9.10.b8b. But this time around, the new software only features a couple of bug fixes…

From the Dev Team’s blog:

“The 0.9.10b8b update to redsn0w makes the zip files more compatible with the native Windows explorer (which doesn’t like leading slashes in the filenames).”

If you’re already jailbroken, you won’t need to re-hack your device using this new version of RedSn0w. But if you’re looking to do a fresh install, you can find the updated utility on our Downloads page.

Remember that only A4 and A5 devices on iOS 5.0.1 and lower are jailbreakable (A4 devices on 5.1 are, but its’ still tethered). But hackers are working diligently to release a jailbreak for iOS 5.1.

  • Anonymous

    I can not wait when I get an iPhone 5, untethered on iOS 6 in my hands. It is my biggest dream yet. Still on iPhone 4..

    • Why would they call the 6th generation iPhone the iPhone 5?

      • Well Apple named the 5th the iPhone 4s … And your point is ?
        The 6th gen can still be called the iPhone 5
        All because the iPhone 4 was the 4th gen, it doesn’t mean anything .. The two names just happened to coincide with each other ..
        1 gen = iPhone
        2nd gen =iPhone 3G
        3rd gen = iPhone 3Gs
        4th gen. = iPhone 4
        5th gen. = iPhone 4s
        6 th gen. = iPhone 5 ( maybe)
        But it will not be called the iPhone 6

      • Ronald Weaver

        there were two previous iphones before the 3g. iphone 4gig model was first, then they released what was known as the 2g. It had the 8gig hard drive only ran edge tho.

      • i bet they call it “iPhone”…….

      • @Ronald Weaver.. So your saying because they change the size of the gig it’s a new iPhone .. Well fuck me .. The iPhone 3GS 8 gig and the iPhone 4 8 gig are not the 3GS and the iPhone 4 then ? .. So what model No. Are we on them ?

      • First of all it doesn’t really matter if it’s called the 5 or 6.

        There going to call it iPhone anyways so no need to make a big deal of it

      • The New iPhone

      • wizardpatison

        1 gen = iPhone, iPhone 3G
        2nd gen = iPhone 3Gs
        3th gen. = iPhone 4, iPhone 4s
        4th gen.( maybe) = iPhone 5 ( maybe)

      • Only if Tim Cook is an idiot it would be called 5.. But every intelligent person would call it the iPhone 6… You just seem to have no idea about why there were devices called 3G, 3G[S] etc..

      • Ok …
        1st iPhone was not called the iphone 2g it was just ..iPhone .worked on GPRS and edge
        2nd, iPhone 3G it works on a 3G network as well as GPRS and edge
        3rd, iphone 3GS same as above but faster..
        4th, iPhone 4 same as above (network) but new shape
        5th ,iPhone 4s same as iPhone 4 but faster still..
        As each new iPhone came out there was better battery and cameras and other features
        6th, iphone .. Can be called iPhone 5 because Apple haven’t used that No. Yet … That’s why..
        Or they could like has been said ..the new iPhone.. But what about the one after that .. The new new iPhone ? Or the new iPhone 1 .. Or newer than the last new iPhone ..

      • @Rudolf..
        The 3G was just the name because it work on the 3G network .. The 3GS was the same as the 3G but was faster and had new features..
        Just like the iPhone 4s has new features over the iphone 4..
        The very first iPhone only worked on GPRS and edge ..
        So please tell me what I don’t know ..

  • good morning iDB. this version of redsn0w was already released weeks ago…

    • You’re wrong. Please read carefully. This is version 0.9.10.b8b. Notice the “b” at the end??

      • I’m sorry, but YOU are wrong, Sebastien. RedSn0w 0.9.10b8b was released Apr. 23, one day after 0.9.10b8 was released, and iDB took 12 days to say it.

  • It will be called Iphone+