Every one knows two facts:
- JailbreakMe 3.0 beta version was leaked few days ago and just after it was leaked, the files has been pulled.
- The iPhone hacker Ryan Vanniekerk could get his hands on the JailbreakMe 3.0 source files, and he has made a guide to set up your own web-based jailbreak for all devices running iOS 4.3.3. He has published on his blog a how to guide to try this method.
After a bit of digging I happened across a relatively inconspicuous comment that lead me to believe that the â€œunable to download jailbreak filesâ€ was attempting to connect directly to Comexâ€™s server (located at 188.8.131.52) in order to download the existing jailbreak files. However, the files attempting to be downloaded were the exact same files that had already been leaked earlier in the day, they simply existed in a separate location.
My first thought was to spoof a local webserver with the same IP that the jailbreak is connecting to in order to make it look for the files there instead. After a bit of tinkering around I finally managed to bypass the 403 error and successfully jailbreak my iPad 2!
He set up his jailbreak on Mac and he says that it can work on Windows too. Here is the step by step guide via but be aware that JailbreakMe 3.0 is not released yet and itâ€™s better to wait as we said before.
Here’s how to do it yourself:
My setup is as follows: Macbook Pro 2010 running the latest Lion GM build.
I see no reason why this wouldn’t work on any version of Snow Leopard and can probably be easily tweaked to work with windows as well.
First you need to set your router to use the following IP – 184.108.40.206 with the subnet mask 255.255.255.0.
Simply login to your routers existing IP and look for the option to change it. This is very straightforward.
Setup your computer:
I’m using the latest Lion GM build, but it should be exactly the same for snow leopard.
First go to your network settings, choose your active connection and click advanced:
Finally hit “OK” followed by “Apply” to save your new settings. Confirm that you can still access the internet.
Click the button that says “Open computer website folder”.
Backup (to somewhere else) any files that exist in this directory and delete them all. You will likely be asked to confirm your password while doing so.
Download and extract the following file:
Go inside the extracted folder called “jb”. Go back into your system preferences and click the “Open computer website folder” button again. Move the contents of “jb” (not the root folder) inside of your computer website folder.
It should look like the following:
Open your browser and type 220.127.116.11 in the browser. You should see the following:
Setup your iPad:
Now, on to the iPad.
Open your settings and click over to the “Wi-FI” tab. Modify your settings to match the following:
OK. Now open Safari and confirm you can still access the internet. We are nearing the end!
And to finish it off!
Finally type 18.104.22.168 into Safari on the iPad and load it. You should see the same directory listing as you do when loading it on your computer.
Click into the directory called “Saffron”. Now you will need to select the PDF file specifically for your iPad 2 version and type. This will differ depending on what iPad 2 you have, as far as I know clicking on the wrong one will simply close Safari with no other effects. Again I take no responsibility if something goes awry.
For the iPad 2 Verizon 32gb edition on 4.3.3, I used the “iPad_4.3.3_8j2.pdf”. Your browser will close and Cydia should start loading on your home screen.
Once it is done loading, you WILL HAVE TO RESTART YOUR IPAD.
Congrats! You’ve made it through and now have a fully untethered jaibreak for your iPad 2!
Troubleshooting:If you received an “error unable to load jailbreak files” or a “403 error”, you did something wrong. Go back through the guide and make sure you followed every step exactly as listed.