Easy New Ra1n Unlock/Jailbreak iPhone 4/4S/3Gs iOS 5.1.1 Untethered
Through its website the http://www.EasyRa1n.com reveals that its new software can jailbreak iPhone 4/4S/3Gs on iOS 5.1.1. iPad 2 and the new iPad 3 are also supported.
We have found ourselves in an all too familiar situation over the last couple of months, stuck in spave between wanting to update to the latest official iOS 5.1.1 firmware, but not knowing when or indeed if a functional jailbreak iPhone 4/4S/3Gs iOS 5.1.1 untethered would be released. Keeping history in mind, we should be able to rest easy in the fact that researchers such as EasyRa1n have always managed to escape the securities put in place by Apple to bring a untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak to the masses, but there will always remain a small part within us that has doubts each time Apple pushes a new version of iOS.
With work on the iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak untethered being finished and satisfactorily tested, the team involved have included the files and exploits in a new version of the EasyRa1n Team’s tool that was introduced to us as a untethered jailbreak iPhone 4/4S/3Gs solution for iOS 5.1.1. One of the main benefits of the tool is the extreme simplicity of the interface, with user guidance being provided all the way through and only involving a few clicks to get the job done.
As confirmed by EasyRa1n Team, the 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak will also be available through the use of the tried and tested tool as well as an updated version of the command line interface cinject binary. We already know that a large number of users prefer the familiar interface that the Redsn0w tool offers, but for those who aren’t stuck on familiarity and want to go down the route of using EasyRa1n for its rather cool and edgy sounding name as well as the simple and intuitive interface, then it is officially available on www.EasyRa1n.com Website.
The update on iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak comes from EasyRa1n– iPhone unlocker, discoverer of exploits and member of EasyRa1n Team – in the form of a tweet from his Twitter account in which he states that he has found a bug that can untether iOS 5.1.1.