The Biggest CDMA & GSM Forum
PortalHomeSearchLatest imagesRegisterLog inFacebook
  :: Best Prices With Fast Service ::    Iphone Australia Networks      Iphone U.S.A Networks      Iphone U.K Networks      Iphone France Networks      Iphone Canada Networks      Iphone Swizerland Networks Unlock Now FRIENDUNLOCKER



View previous topic View next topic Go down 
Diamond Member

Posts : 2672
Thanks : 12919
Join date : 2012-09-06
Age : 33
Location : with admin

PostSubject: JAILBREAK Ios 7   JAILBREAK Ios 7 Icon_minitimeWed Apr 09, 2014 3:11 pm

evasi0n7 is available now for jailbreaking iOS 7.0-7.0.6 untethered on all iOS devices (except Apple TV) -- you can download it from Please read carefully and follow the instructions on the ReadMe.txt that comes with the evasi0n7 download.
IMPORTANT: Apple has released iOS 7.1 to the public, and it patches the exploits used in the evasi0n7 jailbreak. Currently there is no jailbreak for iOS 7.1, so do not update. The only iOS 7 firmware that you can restore to is iOS 7.1 (downgrades are impossible right now). The iPhone 4 has a bootrom exploit that allows it to be jailbroken tethered on any iOS version, but there is no officially-supported/recommended tethered jailbreaking tool available for 7.1 for iPhone 4 yet.
If Cydia didn't appear after jailbreaking: If you updated your device to the firmware that it is currently running via an Over The Air (OTA) update (updating through the Settings app on your device, instead of using iTunes), it is highly likely that the jailbreak will get stuck at some point and Cydia will not be installed. More than likely, you'll see the application stop at "modifying rootfs."
Other problems? Scroll down to the list of issues and possible fixes.

  1. Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed (it includes drivers that help your computer communicate with your device).
  2. Plug your device into your computer.
  3. Open iTunes, click your device (in the sidebar or at the top-right if you have the sidebar disabled) and choose "Back Up Now." If the jailbreak process fails, you can restore your data from this backup.
  4. If your device is locked with a passcode, you must temporarily disable it. Open the Settings app, navigate to General and then Passcode Lock. Enter your passcode, then tap "Turn Passcode Off."
  5. Your iTunes backup password must also be disabled. In iTunes, click your device and then untick "Encrypt Local Backup." Enter your password, then allow iTunes to backup your device again. If this option is greyed out: On the device, open Settings, tap General, tap Profiles and remove all entries there.
  6. Go to and download evasi0n7 by clicking on the blue button for your operating system.
  7. Close iTunes, then open the evasi0n7 app. For best results, ensure your device is showing the home screen and no other apps are open.
  8. Click Jailbreak. This process will take a while, so give it a few minutes and try not to do anything that could interfere.
  9. Follow the instructions from the evasion7 app.
  10. After the jailbreak completes, Cydia will appear on your home screen. Open it and wait for it to download the latest package data from its repositories - you'll know it's done after "Reloading Data" shows up for a few seconds and disappears.
  11. You can now install any tweak that is compatible for iOS 7.0.x (and is 64-bit compatible if you have an iPhone 5s, iPad Air, or iPad mini Retina); here is a convenient list of what works (and what doesn't work). Don't forget to enable device and backup passwords if you disabled them.

Back to top Go down
Diamond Member

Posts : 2672
Thanks : 12919
Join date : 2012-09-06
Age : 33
Location : with admin

PostSubject: Issues and possible fixes:   JAILBREAK Ios 7 Icon_minitimeWed Apr 09, 2014 3:13 pm

Issues and possible fixes:

  1. After jailbreaking using evasi0n7 v1.0.6, packages in Cydia are not the latest versions (Cydia Substrate 0.9.5000 instead of latest 0.9.5001) or some packages and/or dependencies will not appear at all (Flipswitch). This issue ONLY occurs on initial Cydia launch of devices jailbroken using evasi0n7 v1.0.6 and has been fixed in evasi0n7 v1.0.7.

    • This is caused by a Cydia cache bug which makes Cydia load packages from an earlier date.
    • Fix is to clear Cydia cache by installing and running iCleaner with all 3 Cydia toggles enabled. Another way to clear Cydia cache is to use an iOS content browser to delete everything in the /var/lib/apt/lists folder EXCEPT the partial folder. After clearing the cache, make sure to click Refresh in the Cydia Changes tab to allow Cydia to load the latest packages.

  • Jailbreaking with evasi0n7 might cause your device to go into a reboot loop or leave your device stuck on the Apple logo screen.

    • Backup your device in iTunes BEFORE you attempt to jailbreak, just in case this happens to you.
    • Restore the firmware of your device in iTunes and restore your iTunes or iCloud backup. There is no jailbreak for the latest iOS version (iOS 7.1), so you'll be stuck without one for a while. You might need to put your device into DFU mode to restore it: with your device connected to your computer, hold the power (lock) button and home button for 10 seconds, then release the power button but keep holding the home button for another 15 seconds. iTunes should then recognize your device and allow you to restore it.

  • Devices that were OTA updated to 7.x will not jailbreak in most cases.

    • When attempting to jailbreak a device that was updated OTA, it will normally fail at "modifying rootfs." Since iOS 7.1 has been released to the public, you can now only restore to iOS 7.1. You can try jailbreaking your OTA updated device using evasi0n7 but there is a strong possibility it will fail. Just make sure you backup your data via iTunes before you attempt to jailbreak and be prepared to have to restore to iOS 7.1 which is currently not jailbreakable.

  • Some tweaks and themes are not yet iOS 7 or 64-bit compatible

    • To see reports of which Cydia tweaks work (or don't work) on iOS 7.0.x, check out this list.
    • Some tweaks will not work on A7 devices (iPhone 5s, iPad mini Retina, iPad Air), as they have not yet been updated for 64-bit compatibility.
    • Check the package description and change log to see if it mentions iOS 7/64-bit support.

  • evasi0n7 will not open on OS X 10.6.8, and might not open on OS X 10.8.x/10.9.x for some users.

    • evasi0n7 does not work on OS X 10.6.8. To be able to jailbreak, use a Mac on 10.7 or later or a Windows computer on XP or later. If that doesn't help, try another computer.
    • If you get an error on OS X 10.8.x or 10.9.x saying that evasi0n7 can't be opened, control-click (or right-click) the app and on the revealed context menu, choose 'Open.' On the ensuing dialogue box, choose 'Open' as well.

  • evasi0n7 might get stuck at the "Configuring System 2/2" stage.

    • This might happen when jailbreaking using a slow computer. Try jailbreaking using a different computer (hopefully a faster one). If access is not available to a faster computer, sometimes closing any background programs before running evasi0n7 might help. If all else fails, sometimes a little patience can help too, as it may take more than one attempt to successfully pass this step.

  • evasi0n7 might give you this error: "Failed to retrieve package info from the internet."

    • The issue can be fixed using a VPN like this. After installing & enabling the VPN, run the evasi0n7 again and you should be good to continue!

  • evasi0n7 might get stuck at some other stage in the jailbreaking process.

    • If the jailbreak already installed the evasi0n7 app on the iDevice, delete it (by long-holding on its icon and pressing the little "x" in the top-left corner of the icon), and then try again. You might need to do this several times to get it to work.

  • The device filesystem is not accessible from iFunbox or other USB browsers.

    • Install afc2add from Telesphoreo (a default repository) in Cydia. This will enable your filesystem to be accessed via USB.

  • The status bar might not change colors or might overlap certain parts of the user interface in stock apps.

    • This is a bug cause by Cydia 1.1.9, and will hopefully be officially fixed by saurik soon.
    • Unofficial: Add this repo (In Cydia go to the Manage tab and then click on Sources, then click Edit in the top-right corner followed by Add in the top-left corner): and install StatusBarFix2 from it

  • There are a lot of concerns and questions about the alternative app store that evasi0n7 installs for Chinese users called TAiG.

    • evasi0n7 1.0.1 (and later versions) do not install TAiG, and the evad3rs remotely disabled its installation on the 1.0.0 version.

  • Back to top Go down


    View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
    Page 1 of 1

     Similar topics

    » JAILBREAK ios6
    » How to Jailbreak iOS 6.1.6
    » How to Jailbreak iOS 7.0.6 using Evasi0n
    » Iphone - JailBreak - Unlock - Service Programs
    » evasi0n - iOS 6.x Jailbreak

    Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
    MobiTechnician :: GSM Mobile Phones :: iPhone ,iPod & iPad (Apple Inc. Products)-
    Created by Service Team
    Registered trademark of MobiTechnician Mobile Solutions