Greenpois0n RC6.1 released fixes iBooks issue and AppleTV wi-fi issues
Well, Greenpois0n RC6 was supposed to be the final release, however, in lieu of the recent iBooks anti-jailbreaking security measure and wi-fi issues that were occuring on the AppleTV 2G after using greenpois0n, a new update has been released to address these issues.
Why iBooks failed to open, if jailbroken on iOS 4.2.1 with Greenpois0n?
Apple has allegedly built a jailbreak checker into iOS 4.0 and above to see if someone’s iPhone has been jailbroken. If they found it hacked, then Apple blocks access to the content, like in the latest version of the iBooks app. Whenever a user tries to open a iBook, it tries to run unsigned or improperly signed binaries as a test to see if the device is jailbroken. If those binaries run successfully, the device is marked as having been jailbroken and the eBook refuses to open. Now, that Chronic Dev Team has patched greenpois0n, you can now restore your device and run the jailbreak again. Download greenpois0n RC6.1 with iBooks fix and follow the Greenpois0n RC6 tutorial or the Greenpois0n AppleTV tutorial.
Greenpois0n RC6.1 Supported Devices:
- iPod Touch 2G (all bootroms)
- iPod Touch 3G
- iPod Touch 4G
- iPad 1G
- iPhone 3Gs (all bootroms)
- iPhone 4
- iPhone 4 Verizon
- AppleTV 2