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The Easiest Way to Jailbreak iOS 5.1.1: Download Greenpois0n Absinthe Now

Here are our step-by-step tutorials that will guide you through all the process of untether jailbreaking iOS 5.1.1 with absinthe, redsn0w and sn0wbreeze:

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Fret not Windows users, you can now download Absinthe 2.0 in order to perform an untethered jailbreak on your iOS device running iOS 5.1.1. The procedure is pretty much exactly the same as it was for Mac users, beside a few minor details like running Absinthe as an administrator, and the self extracting zip file. Outside of that, if you can follow the steps from our Mac tutorial, you should be fine to use our Windows tutorial as well.

greenpois0n is a name shared by a series of iOS jailbreaking tools developed by Chronic Dev Team (sometimes called the greenpois0n team[4]) that use exploits to remove software restrictions on iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, and Apple TVs. Greenpois0n's initial release in October 2010 jailbroke iOS 4.1,[1] and its second version in February 2011 jailbroke iOS 4.2.1[6] as well as iOS 4.2.6 on CDMA iPhones.[7] The second generation of the tool, greenpois0n Absinthe, was developed with iPhone Dev Team members and jailbroke iOS 5.0.1 in January 2012 (providing the first jailbreak of the iPhone 4S),[4][8] and a second version jailbroke iOS 5.1.1 in May 2012 (providing the first jailbreak of the third generation iPad).[9]

In February 2011, Chronic Dev Team released a new version of greenpois0n to jailbreak iOS 4.2.1[6] and to jailbreak iOS 4.2.6 on the iPhone 4 CDMA (Verizon),[7] with desktop-based tools for OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux.[21] It provides an "untethered" jailbreak, which means that the jailbroken device can be rebooted into a jailbroken state without computer assistance or user input.[21] It supports iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch,[22] and Apple TV.[23][24] Chronic Dev Team announced support for the newly released iPhone 4 CDMA before the devices were in stores.[25]

Developers from Chronic Dev Team and iPhone Dev Team released greenpois0n Absinthe (known as just "Absinthe") in January 2012, a desktop-based tool (for OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux[30]) to jailbreak the iPhone 4S for the first time and the iPad 2 for the second time, on iOS 5.0.1 for both devices and also iOS 5.0 for iPhone 4S.[4][8] Absinthe provides an "untethered" jailbreak, which means that the patched device can be rebooted directly into a jailbroken state without computer assistance (or, as with a semi-untethered jailbreak, without requiring an application to be launched on the device following startup, in order to reactivate the jailbreak exploit).[14] It incorporated the untether exploit called Corona that pod2g had released in December for older iOS devices.[8] The Next Web said that the jailbreak took a long time to be released, and VentureBeat said Absinthe wasn't as easy to use as the earlier jailbreaking tool JailbreakMe.[31][32] According to iPhone Dev Team, approximately one million devices were newly jailbroken in the three days after Absinthe's release.[12][32] The developers called their joint effort the Jailbreak Dream Team,[30] which Apple credited in its document listing security patches in the subsequent version of iOS.[33]

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In May 2012, developers from Chronic Dev Team and iPhone Dev Team released Absinthe 2.0 (for OS X, Windows, and Linux), which can jailbreak iOS 5.1.1 untethered on all iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch models that support iOS 5.1.1,[13] including jailbreaking the third generation iPad for the first time.[9] They announced it at the Hack In The Box security conference in Amsterdam at the end of a presentation about the earlier Absinthe jailbreak,[10][34] and it did not initially support a recently released model of iPad 2.[35][36] According to Chronic Dev Team, approximately one million devices were jailbroken over the weekend after its Friday release.[37] PC World noted that devices jailbroken with tools such as Absinthe 2.0 can be a security concern for companies that have "bring your own device" policies.[38]

iOS 5.1.1 was just released by Apple and believe it or not has already been jailbroken for some A4 devices. The jailbreak remains tethered, for the uninitiated that means each time the iOS device is rebooted it will need to connect to a computer and boot with the assistance of redsn0w.

Hi, I have a jailbroken iphone 4 ios 5.0.1, i tried the steps above to update to 5.1.1 and jailbreak again, but after done, nothing change to my phone, it is still the old ios 5.0.1, what should I do?

i was running an app from cidya but it was taking sooo long to load so i pressed the home and lock button making it restart, i have an unthedered jailbreaked 5.1.1 ipod from greenpoison, and now it wont turn back on can you tell me what to do, can i reboot with redsnow?

are you guys stupid, as soon as absinthe 2.0.1 for 4s/4/3GS/touch 3 and 4 can all be jailbroke with the newley released absinthe today at the hack convention in Amsterdam, in itunes, back up your iphone, do a full reset on your phone to make the jailbreak g faster, plug it in, make sure you updated to 5.1.1, then it will detect your iphone, hit jailbreak, under 5 minutes your iPhone will be jailbroken, then restore your back up in itunes!!

download the updated version of absintherestore your ipad so that it completely takes away the jailbreak that you just tried.jailbreak your ipad again using the new version of the app. you will not need to go to the vpn setting anymore.

A lot of people have wondered how Absinthe got its name, and there is many theories. It turns out however, that the name Absinthe was a homage to the GreenPois0n tool. Absinthe is actually an alcoholic beverage then is generally green in color and poisonous in high concentrations. As such the name Absinthe fits this tool well.

Not sure what to do now. Backed up iphone 4s 5.1.1, wiped content and data, plugged in to computer and tried to jailbreak phone. Goes thru process fine until the end and says there was an error and could not jailbreak. Tried 3 times but give the same thing. Want to jailbreak phone but not sure what to do next. Any suggestions.

I jailbreak my ipad 1, ios 5.1.1 before, when i restore it all my downloaded app including cydia icon disappear, i tried to jailbreak it again using absthin, but i did not get any recognition notification message. Any help?

Absinthe 2.0 is finally here to provide your iOS 5.1.1 device with an untethered jailbreak. This release has been a large collaborative effort between Chronic-Dev Team and iPhone Dev Teams (Jailbreak Dream Team)

Ok yesterday i jailbroken my iphone everything works good and the app store is good nothing wrong with it. But your problem about the apps u downloaded before. Yes the hole jailbreaking thing resets your iphone so you must have backed up your i phone before u had jailbroken it so u can easily reconnect your iphone again after jailbreaking it and the itunes will sync the games and the music and the contacts that u had before on the iphone before u jailbroken it.Besides that the iphone works just fine.Need any further help

hi guys , i have 3gs 32gb it cums with 3.0.1 firmware , but how do i jailbreak it i hav tried diff things downloading cracked firmwares and purpelura nothing works plz i wana install cydia any help any1

you have to first unlock your itouch/phone before cydia will work. jailbreaking should be free. i use blackra1n but you have to have the 3.1.2 software, you can also downgrade to 3.1.2 if you have an updated one, but you WILL lose it all if you restore it, you can put it in DFU mode by pressing the home and lock button when turning it back on. it will say connect to itunes, then click on the 3.1.2 software restore by clicking shift+left mouse click and selecting the save file. then blackra1n should work, to get it go to and download it and it should jailbreak, then go into the blackra1n app and install cydia. again, this is all completely FREE. if you change the theme, you will automatically get a settings app called Winterboard and it may put your itouch/phone back into DFU mode but if it does, just re-run the blackra1n icon on the computer and it should work. enjoy.

I have a iphone3gs with 3.12 and was able to jailbreak with blackra1n. Which i think is the best program to use. i also have cydia and i have no issue. You just have to becareful what source and what you can always downgrade if you have 3.1.3 to 3.1.2 by first synce your phone so that you wont loss anything then on the main screen of itune where it said restore press shirt and click and you will see a file to open 3.1.2 open and download. this will get you back to 3.1.2. now go ahead and downloan blackra1n and you will have cydia on your phone. your phone will not be unlocked it will just be jailbroken so you can download any apps you want. hit me if you have any questions

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