Unofficial fix for Evasi0n7 to be compatible with iOS 7.1 Beta 3
Apple has released iOS 7.1 Beta 3 for registered developers of the company and with this version, some minor new features have arrived and some issues of previous Betas have been fixed.
This new update leaves the Evasi0n7 tool out of play. It has been confirmed, that this new update is not compatible, at the moment, with the tool that allows to do the Jailbreak to iOS 7 devices, but there are other options…
If you’re one of those who couldn’t wait any longer and have upgraded to Beta 3, you don’t have to worry, as a new unofficial modified version of Evasi0n7 has reportedly been released to become compatible with iOS 7.1 Beta 3.
It is important to mention that with this article we do not want to encourage anyone to update to Beta 3 if their intention is to have the Jailbreak, because there is no better way than waiting for the final version of iOS 7.1 to be released and for the Evad3rs guys to correctly update their tool and be totally safe to perform the JB process to our devices.
If you are one of those who can’t wait any longer and you want to have the Jailbreak of iOS 7.1 Beta 3, tell you that they have already released a modified version of unofficial Evasi0n7, which allows to perform the JB untethered of iOS 7.1 Beta 3.
As it is not an official tool, we do not recommend you to use it, but as we know that many of you are going to try it, we leave you with this explanation of how to do the Jailbreak, plus a video in which you can see it much better:
Step by step to Jailbreak to iPad or iPhone with iOS 7.1 beta 3 with the unofficial version of Evasi0n7
- We downloaded the modified version of Evasi0n7 from here.
- We connect the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to our Mac and press the “Jailbreak” button that appears in the application. The tool will do the rest in a totally automatic way, we don’t even have to put our device in DFU mode.
- After the process, the iDevice will restart and the tool will start sending the necessary files to install the Evasi0n application in our tablet. During this point it is very important not to touch our iPad.
- Once the file transfer is finished and without disconnecting our device from the computer, we run the “Evasi0n” app that has appeared on the device so that it finishes making the JB and installs Cydia.
- Once the process is finished, the icon of Evasi0n will disappear from our iPad and in its place we will have the brand new icon of Cydia.
As you will have seen in the video, the software works apparently well, but we cannot be sure of the risks that our device runs when performing the process , simply because we do not know the origin of the tool.
So, in full agreement with the guys at Appadvice, we ask that if you are a developer and want to try out iOS 7.1 Beta 3, you should try it out for a while but without doing the Jailbreak, when you come back to iOS 7.X do the JB again or wait for Evad3rs to release the official version of Evasi0n7 with support for this beta operating system.