Posts tagged "Jailbreakme"

Jailbreak Enthusiast ‘Comex’ Hired by Apple

Right on the verge of the Steve Jobs surprise, as the shock is slowly abating, Apple recently picked up a smart mind. Jailbreak enthusiast ‘Comex’, more commonly known as the hacker behind, has joined Apple as an intern. Made evident through a tweet on the specialist’s part, Comex has

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iPhone Dev Team Releases iOS 4.3.4 Tethered Jailbreak

It didn’t take long for Apple to patch the PDF exploit used by the coder called Comex to release JailbreakMe 3.0. But it took even less time for the iPhone Dev Team to answer back. Apple released iOS 4.3.4 on Friday to patch a security hole that coders were using

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Apple Fights Back Against JailbreakMe with iOS 4.3.4 Update

After JailbreakMe was recently updated for compatibility with all iOS devices running software version 4.3.3 and earlier, including iPad 2 for the first time, it did not take long for Apple to develop its own update in its fight against exploits that allow iOS to be jailbroken. This time around,

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JailbreakMe 3.0: iPhone Stuck At Apple Logo? Try This Fix!

The release of JailbreakMe 3.0 has made a lot of people very happy, however, some Verizon iPhone owners have been experiencing a bug that leaves their phone stuck at the Apple logo. If you have encountered this problem with your device, Comex, that hacker responsible for, released this fix:

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JailbreakMe 3.0 Officially Launched

It’s been a long wait, but starting today iPad 2 owners can finally jailbreak their devices with JailbreakMe 3.0. The new jailbreak from Comex works on all iOS 4.3.3 devices. To jailbreak your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch visit using the browser on the device you want to jailbreak,

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‘AIM Paid’ Hits App Store

As they announced, AIM Paid, the new poorly named paid version of AOL's AIM app, has been released to the App Store. The new app is a paid counterpart to the free ad supported (and equally poorly named) app AIM Free. Both new apps offer the ability to view friends based on proximity with a new "Near Me" view, send receive messages as SMS's when logged out, and view contacts from within the app. AIM Paid is $2.99 in the App Store. [via Macworld]


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