iOS 4.3.5 Can Be Jailbroken With Latest RedSn0w Release



Apple’s latest iOS 4 update dropped yesterday, which “fixes a security vulnerability with certificate validation.” Jailbreakers were initially advised not to update to the latest firmware, but as long as you’re happy with a tethered jailbreak for the foreseeable future, you’re safe to go ahead and update your device and then jailbreak with the latest RedSn0w release.

iPhone Dev-Team member MuscleNerd has confirmed in a message on Twitter that the latest RedSn0w release — version 4.3.4 — will successfully jailbreak iOS 4.3.5 on all devices, except for the iPad 2.

You’ll obviously need to update your device to iOS 4.3.5 within iTunes before you perform the jailbreak, and please be aware that if you’re updating from iOS 4.3.3, you’re going to lose your untethered jailbreak completely for the foreseeable future.

Let us know how you get on with jailbreaking iOS 4.3.5 in the comments.

[via iDB]

  • Hampus

    Yes, of course…
    Again, the limera1n exploit can’t be fixed by Apple, it is just a matter of updating the tools…

  • Nick Thompson

    i can confirm it does work, just point it as the 4.3.4 firmware as musclenerd said
    i wonder how long till the untethered though

  • Jason Crown

    Sorry for the rookie comment, but if all i need to do is be able to use a foreign sim card as I’m moving over seas, what is the best way to go about this if I’ve already upgraded to 4.3.5? if I jailbreak, then unlock, if I un-jailbreak, or do the next software upgrade(i.e. ios5 or 4.3.6), will I lose the unlock to use any carrier?

  • mai duc chung

    The usual idea is that you would use NFC to set up the link between the two devices and then do an automatic hand over to a different protocol for doing the actual transfer of data – eg Bluetooth,iphone 5

  • Djwarning

    It didn’t work for me can you help plz many thanx