By Jaime Rivera | August 19, 2011 3:14 AM
Jailbreaking any iOS 5 beta version is quite easy and straight forward when you have a Mac, but it can turn close to impossible on Windows unless work is done. Lucky for you, Sn0wbreeze has just been updated to version 2.8b5 and it allows you to easily Jailbreak your iOS device using Windows.
It’ll work on any of the following devices on the list:
- iPhone 3GS (old & new boot roms)
- iPhone 4 (GSM)
- iPhone 4 (CDMA)
- iPad original
- iPod Touch 3rd generation
- iPod Touch 4th generation
And, on a side note, this version of Sn0wbreeze allows:
Non-developers to pass the UDID check and “hacktivate” their devices. It will also remove the “beta timer” Apple has so you won’t be forced to upgrade or plug into iTunes if you don’t update by Apple’s beta deadlines. TiPb DOES NOT recommend anyone do this. iOS 5 is in beta for a reason it’s not ready for mainstream use on your daily phone. It will frustrate you. Things won’t work. Apps will crash or not function. If you’re not a developer who needs to test iOS 5 SDK apps, or Jailbreak developer testing out next generation tweaks, you’ll be happier if you stay away until the final version is ready.
So if it just became interesting for you, then download this new version of Sn0wbreeze and Happy Jailbreaking!