How to Jailbreak iOS 6 Beta 2 via RedSn0w 0.9.13dev2

The iOS 6 Beta 2 has recently been out and the jailbreak is already at our table. The credit goes to RedSn0w for making this possible by introducing their 0.9.13dev2 version of the software. This jailbreak method is supported by the below A4 devices:

• iPhone 3GS
• iPod Touch (4th Gen)
• iPhone 4


1. iOS 6 Beta
2. iOS 6 Beta 2
3. RedSn0w 0.9.13dev2 [Windows / MAC OS X]

Note: In order to perform this jailbreak you need to locate the iOS 6 Beta firmware file not the Beta 2 file.

Step#1: Download the RedSn0w 0.9.13dev2 to your computer from the link given above. Next install the iOS 6 Beta firmware on your computer (if not, already). Also download the iOS 6 Beta 2 file.

Step#2: Connect your iOS device to your computer using a USB cable. Now put your device into DFU mode by following the below steps:

1. Press and continue to hold the home and the power button simultaneously for 10 seconds.
2. Release the power button but keep holding the home button for extra 10 seconds.
3. The screen will turn into black!

Step 2

Step#3: Run RedSnow 0.9.13dev2 and head over to Extras > Select ISPW and browse the iOS 6 beta 1 firmware file.

Step 3

Step#4: Now move back to the home screen on RedSn0w and tick mark the “Install SSH” option.

Step 4

Step#5: After that, tap on “Jailbreak” button to proceed with the jailbreaking process.

Step#6: Once the jailbreaking process is done, your iDevice will go back to the Lock screen state. Now put your device again into the DFU mode by following the steps mentioned in Step#2 and head over to Extras > Select IPSW> and browse iOS 6 beta 1 firmware. After running the beta 1 firmware, choose “Just boot” from the “Extras” menu to execute a tethered boot of iOS 6 Beta 2.

Did this jailbreak method work on your iDevice? If you had any problems, do comment below with the corresponding issue and we shall respond to you immediately with the best solution possible.


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