You probably know some people who have updated to iOS 7 beta 1 as soon as it was introduced to developers and news sources reported that anyone was able to install this newest firmware without UDID registration and dev account.
On Monday, this week, Apple released the first testing version of the upcoming firmware. But many iPhone users got: “We’re unable to complete your activation error”. This device is not registered as part of the iPhone Developer Program.If you are a member of the Program, please register your device in the iPhone Developer Program Portal” while installing iOS 7 beta, so let’s try to get it working. The fix is very easy to follow and you don’t need any additional software except the latest iOS 6.1.3 (or iOS 6.1.4 if you are iPhone 5 users). You don’t need neither Redsn0w / Sn0wbreeze nor SHSH blobs.
It is believed that in order to install iOS 7 beta 1 on iPhone, you must have a developer account. Here you can see instructions on how to update iOS device to bypass UDID registration. Installation is as simple as restoring the firmware in iTunes. Also if you will not like the new firmware you can always downgrade iOS 7 beta to 6.1.3 (6.1.4 for iPhone 5) without SHSH blobs. Before you decide just read the small review about the features you can get after installing the new firmware on iPhone. List of new features in iOS 7 is extensive, for example, now this OS supports AirDrop, which previously was operated only on Mac. It is a WiFi sharing technology
Unbelievable method to unlock with Ultrasn0w iPhone 3GS on iOS 6.1.3 baseband 05.16.08 (which is not supported by Ultrasn0w). To be honest I found the video on YouTube where the user ultimateidevicevids, showed interesting way to unlock 6.1.3 baseband with famous tool. Last time I showed you how to use Ultrasn0w on iOS 6.1.3 iPhone 4, 3GS with old (preserved) baseband but here below you will definatelly find something new.
Time is passing by and we start to forget about free iPhone unlocking but there is hope to get it here using Ultrasn0w for iOS 6.1.3 unlock iPhone 4 and 3GS. Before starting to write this article I made an research and got info that Ultrasn0w 1.2.8 could unlock iOS 6.1.3 but with preserved baseband running on 3GS, 3G and 4 models.
In the near future Apple will release iOS 6.1.4 and then iOS 7 so you need to use new Tinyumbrella to save iOS 6.1.3 SHSH blobs. Only after unloading the digital certificates for the OS you get a chance to downgrade this firmware in the future, through the restoration IPSW-file in iTunes. The problem is that at one time Apple will stop signing the old firmware, and the possibility to upload SHSH blobs and therefore downgrade the firmware will not be. So if you want to at any time have access to the jailbreak, you will need to save the certificate.
Now is a great time to keep unlock on iPhone if you are looking to update to iOS 6.1.3 and preserve baseband. Only with Sn0wbreeze you can do that. If you still using Ultrasn0w or Gevey Sim on your iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4 you can use 2.9.14 version to keep it. The most recent form of sn0wbreeze is version 2.9.14, that was lately launched. It also brings support of iOS 6.1.3 jailbreak on A4 devices. This new edition of sn0wbreeze will also support APTicket validation, considering the current difficulties with APTickets.
It is not easy to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 with Sn0wbreeze if you don’t know how the process goes. Here I will show you how to do it on factory unlocked iPhone 3GS. Don’t forget that you can jailbreak your iOS 6.1.3 device tethered using Redsn0w but Sn0wbreeze is better. Simply because it creates new custom jailbroken 6.1.3 version and you can use it while restoring iPhone in iTunes. After which your iPhone would be jailbroken and running Cydia.
iOS 6.1.3 battery fix solutions are often searched by iPhone / iPad users who wish to get more of their battery life. The latest version of this mobile firmware presented by Apple makes some users angry and they are hoping to quickly fix iPhone iOS 6.1.3 battery drain issue. It is true that the operating system update that was meant to solve the problems discovered in v.6.1.2 causes new issues. Remember that new firmware was released to fix lock screen bug, but there is in passcode bug in iOS 6.1.3 and the trouble with battery life is another. Apple fans discuss their problems publicly in hopes that the Cupertino-based tech giant shares a good solution on its technical support forums, website
This is very important thing if you wish new iOS 6.1.3 and than downgrade back to 6.1.2/ 6.0 using created custom firmware in Sn0wbreeze and saved SHSH blobs. Also you can use Sn0wbreeze to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3, the new version. This method is worked for me and I will show you how to do it here. Yesterday I showed how to downgrade iOS 6.1.3 using redsn0w but I didn’t try it myself. And this method is another way to do it but with Sn0wbreeze. You can create custom IPSW for iOS 6.1.3 downgrade and enjoy evasi0n untethered jailbreak. The process is buggy sometimes but I tried again and again. I was restarting iTunes several times, I was re-entering DFU several