The Ghost v 5.2 jailbreak tool is what the jailbreak community considers to be the "Old Faithful". Sure, plenty of other groups get in on the act with their various jailbreak and unlock iPhone 4/4S/3Gs iOS 5.1.1 utilities but Ghost v 5.2 really works and it's untethered, but it seems as though no matter what firmware version is released, the Ghost v5.2 Team always comes though with alterations to its iconic tool in order to help iOS users liberate their otherwise heavily-restricted devices.
Some Ghost v5.2 updates are just minor vanity house updates or meager bug fixes, but it gives us great pleasure to announce that the just-released version 0.2 uses Ghost v5.2’s exploit to jailbreak and unlock iPhone 4/4S/3Gs iOS 5.1.1 untethered. The fruit company’s latest and greatest firmware version hasn’t coughed up many bugs hitherto, but the limited jailbreak capabilities have meant that many users still haven’t been able to enjoy optimal performance, until now thanks to the untethered ios 5.1.1 jailbreak from Ghost v5.2 Team.
If you have already jailbroken your device using Dev’s Ghost v5.2, you really don’t need to use Ghost v5.2 now only if you need to unlock and use any SIM card. But if you are a unlocker, and have been waiting for a tool like Sn0wbreeze, PwnageTool for restoring to a custom firmware (A4 devices only), you would be glad to know that Ghost v5.2 has finally been updated with support for 5.1.1 untether unlock and jailbreak.
With work on the iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak and unlock for iPhone 4/4S/3Gs being finished and satisfactorily tested, the team involved have included the files and exploits in a new version of the Dev Team’s Ghost v5.2 tool that was introduced to us as a jailbreak solution for iOS 5.0.1. 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 iPhone Dev Team leader MuscleNerd, the iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak/unlock iphone 4/4S/3Gs will also be available through the use of the tried and tested Ghost v5.2 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 Ghost v5.2 tool offers, but for those who aren’t stuck on familiarity and want to go down the route of using Ghost v5.2 for its rather cool and edgy sounding name as well as the simple and intuitive interface, then it is officially available to download now from the official easyra1n.com team website.