RedSn0w is compatible with Mountain Lion

By , Jul 25, 2012

Good news for all of you Mac-using jailbreakers out there that updated to Mountain Lion today. The Dev Team has just confirmed that the new OS is compatible with RedSn0w.

The Team does have a few instructions, though, for the folks that updated. So if you have installed Mountain Lion, and you plan on using the utility, you should read this…

From The Dev Team blog:

“Update #1 7/25/12: redsn0w is compatible with today’s retail release of Mountain Lion OS X 10.8. Until we start using an official developer ID for it (!), you’ll need to use the new Ctrl-Click-Open security bypass the first time you run it after downloading.”

Other than that, you shouldn’t have any problems with RedSn0w in OS X 10.8.

Remember, you can always find the latest version of RedSn0w on our Downloads page. And we also have a step-by-step tutorial on how to use it.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/antman217 Anthony Antunez

    Is this because of Gatekeeper? Because I just turned it off and now I can open any application I want by clicking open when asked just like in Lion, even redsn0w. Gatekeeper was being annoying.

    • EpicFacepalm

      Yeah worth the bucks? LoL

      • http://www.facebook.com/antman217 Anthony Antunez

        I think so, it’s only $20 and adds some pretty nice features that make switching back and forth from Mac to iOS seamless. So far GateKeeper was the only thing bothering me.