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Jailbreak Apple IOS 6.0-6.1.2 With Evasi0n

Updated on March 8, 2013
Evasi0n logo you should see this while downloading Cydia on you iDevice.
Evasi0n logo you should see this while downloading Cydia on you iDevice.
You should see something like this on the Evasi0n website.
You should see something like this on the Evasi0n website.


Jailbreaking has become a common thing since Apple released it's latest products.

There was currently no untethered jailbreak for IOS 6 until now. A team known as the Evad3rs created a jailbreak for IOS 6 called Evasi0n.

For those that are wondering Evasi0n is completely safe IF you download it from the correct site.

You can download Evasi0n from the official site, for full safe assurance. Evasi0n is by far the easiest jailbreak there is, and even better than Redsn0w.

Redsn0w has probably been the number one jailbreak for IOS until now that Evasi0n has showed up.

You really don't even have to be a computer genius to jailbreak with Evasi0n just have to know what you are doing, and have the right tools.

What You Need

This is a very simple jailbreak, and does not even require you to put your device in DFU mode. Just make sure you have these things redy and you should be good.

- Device usb cord

- Idevice

- Latest IOS software

- Computer

- Evasi0n software

- Internet connection

Jailbreaking Your Device

First thing is that you must make sure your device is a IOS 6 or else this jailbreak will not work. Go to the Evasi0n website (you should see this first thing when typing in Evasi0n on Google, Yahoo, etc.) and scroll down until you see the options for download. Click on the system you have ex. Windows, Mac, or Linux. After that download the software, and go to your device. If you have a passcode lock take it off because it will mess up everything during the jailbreak. Make sure you have a backup saved on your Itunes account in case something goes wrong. The best thing would be to restore your device then jailbreak, but if theres to much you can decide if you want to restore or just go normal. Plug in your device to your Pc or Mac, and open Evasi0n file from your computer.Click on Evasi0n then evasi0n-win after that, and it should show a icon that says your device has been recognized. After that click "jailbreak" and let it do it's thing and download Cydia. It is very important that you do not touch your device until it says so. It will soon say turn on your device, and click on jailbreak. Open up your device and click jailbreak once it should crash back, don't worry that is supposed to happen. Soon the jailbreak will be complete when it says so on your screen. After this you should be able to see a Cydia icon click on it and it will load wait until it's done loading and you are now jailbroken!

Jailbreak Images

This is how the icon on your computer screen should look lke.
This is how the icon on your computer screen should look lke.
Don't touch the screen when this is showing it is downloadingCydia files.
Don't touch the screen when this is showing it is downloadingCydia files.

Evasi0n Jailbreak Tutorial


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