HACK Evasi0n7 - IOS 7.x Jailbreak Windows Only [Extra Quality]
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As we just told you, the evad3rs have released a new jailbreak tool called evasi0n7, and it allows you to easily jailbreak iOS 7. The good news is that the hack works with all flavors of iOS 7, which includes iOS 7.0.1, iOS 7.0.2, iOS 7.0.3, 7.0.4, 7.0.5, and 7.0.6. (no jailbreak for iOS 7.1 at this time).
As we just told you, the evad3rs have released a new jailbreak tool called evasi0n7, and it allows you to easily jailbreak iOS 7. The good news is that the hack works with all flavors of iOS 7, which includes iOS 7.0.1, iOS 7.0.2, iOS 7.0.3, 7.0.4, 7.0.5, and 7.0.6 (iOS 7.1 cannot be jailbroken at this time).
Just 94 days after the release of iOS 7, the team over at evasi0n have once again gifted us with their latest jailbreaking software for the newest version of iOS. The first iteration of evasi0n7 contained Chinese malware, but the subsequent release removed the malicious Chinese app store, so this evasi0n7 jailbreak should be just as safe as previous evasi0n jailbreaks were for iOS 6.
The only supported devices are those of the iPhone 4. This is because Geeksn0w uses the A4-dependent limera1n exploit and the iPhone 4 is the only A4 device running iOS 7. Geeksn0w currently only supports Windows (unless you use BootCamp or another VM on your Mac to install Windows). Geeksn0w requires Java Development Kit for 32-bit PCs and .NET Framework installed on your computer to be able to run. Unlike other jailbreak tools (such as evasi0n7), Geeksn0w does not need iTunes to be installed.
Geeksn0w originally performed a tethered jailbreak on iOS 7.0 on the iPhone 4 until evasi0n7 was released. BlackGeek then updated Geeksn0w to use the same exploits as evasi0n7 for all devices. Versions 2.5 and above perform a tethered jailbreak on iOS 7.1 for the iPhone 4. Version 2.9 performs a semi-tethered jailbreak on iOS 7.1, 7.1.1 and 7.1.2.On 1 May 2014, BlackGeek released the Mac beta cli for OS X.
When the device is booted, it uses a LaunchDaemon to start a script in /gfix that reinstalls MobileSubstrate and PreferenceLoader from a local package and then kills the springboard and remounts the system partition as r/w. At installation time it sets the 'nvram' variable boot-args to true, which prevents Recovery Mode. However, it reinstalls MobileSubstrate and PreferenceLoader from a local package, which prevents saurik from updating it. It also kills the SpringBoard which adds additional boot time, and it remounts the fs after the first SpringBoard launch, which may cause other LaunchDaemons that needs r/w at boot time to fail. This is why many people have made their own SemiTether packages that use the 'dirhelper' which is being executed during the boot, to remount the fs and looping through /etc/rc.d and execute every binary there, just like evasi0n7 does, which directly injects MobileSubstrate. They then use 'auto-boot' to prevent Recovery Mode. This resulting package boots faster and is far more efficient than the way it is currently used by. The reason that Geeksn0w is not an untethered jailbreak, is that there is no kernel exploit
evasi0n7 is a jailbreak program from the evad3rs. It performs an untethered jailbreak for all devices on iOS 7.0 through 7.1 beta 3, except the Apple TV. It was initially released on 22 December 2013, and became subject to controversy and criticism. On 28 December 2013, the Cydia package went live to saurik's repo.
The release of evasi0n7 was met with sharp criticism. It came without advance notice, much to the dismay of jailbreak developers, including saurik. It is believed that this was done in response to Geohot trying to sell the jailbreak, a claim which Geohot later brushed off. In addition, if the user's language was set to Chinese, a different app store, the TaiG app store would be installed by default. This store contained cracked versions of App Store apps and Cydia apps. The evad3rs were reportedly unaware of the included piracy when they formed the deal, and remotely disabled that sto