Posts Tagged ‘IOS jailbreaking’
How to jailbreak your iPhone 4S or iPad 2 step by step!
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 April 2012 12:01 Written by The Geek Wednesday, 25 January 2012 05:54
Not that we would ever condone doing something like this but wanted to give you geeks a rundown since we know you are going to do it anyways! This is step by step instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone 4S or iPad 2 with either Windows or Mac thanks to the Chronic-Dev Team. This download has been downloaded over 1 million times already since the release and is growing exponentially. Remember this is totally at your own risk and DHTG is not responsible for any damages!
Mac v0.3 - http://bit.ly/z60dXN
Windows v0.3 - http://bit.ly/xdU87Z
Linux v0.3 - http://bit.ly/AaezbT
Hit read more for the rest!
Are All Hacks Bad ?
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 June 2011 12:52 Written by Daniel Saturday, 23 April 2011 03:57
Hacking gets a bad reputation and there is of course a good reason for that, but it’s not entirely true. Of course hacking has it’s negative sides I’m not going to try and argue that it doesn’t, but I think that to often those negatives are focused on to much despite their positives. So I hope to maybe spread the word that it’s not all bad and there are good things that come out of it.
Hacking tends to lead to piracy it’s a sad fact that I have to accept and I refuse to try and deny. People hack their Xbox or the Ps3 and the download pirated games burn them and play them with giving a cent to the company that made them. None of this is untrue so I refuse to deny it, but there is a lighter side to this.
iOS 4.2.1 Jailbreak?
Last Updated on Friday, 4 February 2011 11:04 Written by baldalbino Saturday, 5 February 2011 11:00
DHTG does not endorse rooting or jailbreaking any device.
It appears that the users of Apple‘s devices that come with iOS 4.2.1 are excited about the possibility of jailbreaking their devices. A group of hackers from Chronic Dev have produced the ability to jailbreak the devices without tethering them. They also added the ability to not have to re-break them after reboot! How? Read more to find out! Read more: iOS 4.2.1 Jailbreak?
Windows 7 Phone Unlocked
Last Updated on Wednesday, 1 December 2010 09:48 Written by baldalbino Wednesday, 1 December 2010 08:00
Jailbreaking anything is not condoned by any member of DHTG.
Well it appears that not even a month after the launch of the phone, our friends in the hacker community has found a way to jailbreak the Windows 7 phone.
Microsoft had previously set the ability for developers to be able register and pay $99 to install unsigned apps. The ChevronWP7 unlocking tool gives users all the abilities that they need.
Jailbreaking anything is not condoned and there are consequences for doing this to your phone. First there is the voided manufacturer warranty. Each phone comes with a standard one year warranty, in which, if anything technical goes wrong with the phone they will replace it (usually). Then there is the increase of viruses, malware and adware that can plague your system if installed incorrectly. So, if you are planning on doing some jailbreaking, you need to recognize that you have been told!