[Tutorial] How To Install Cydia On A Jailbroken iPhone,iPad or iPod Touch Running iOS 6.

iOS 6 has been out for quite some time now and jailbreak devs are working really hard to make a user-friendly jailbreak for the masses.But until then there is a work around one can use to install Cydia on A4 devices.

Before you proceed,please note that your A4 device is already jailbroken with Redsn0w.You can read about the procedure here before you try it out.

Guide for people using a Mac

Step 1: On your iOS device, go to Settings >Wi-Fi > and click the arrow next to your connected Wi-Fi router. Find your IP address for your Wi-Fi connection. In my example, my IP is 192.168.1.100

Step 2: On a computer connected to the same Wi-Fi network, open the Terminal app.

Step 3: In terminal type: ssh root@192.168.1.100 (be sure to change the IP address to match your iOS device’s IP)

Step 4: After a few seconds, it should connect, and prompt you for your iOS device’s password. The password is alpine

Step 5: Once connected, paste the following into the terminal:

wget -q -O /tmp/cyinstall.sh http://downloads.kr1sis.net/cyinstall.sh && chmod 755 /tmp/cyinstall.sh && /tmp/cyinstall.sh

Step 6: After a minute or so of scrolling prompts, your iOS device should reboot, and Cydia will be installed. If you get any permission errors on the terminal, just ignore them.

Guide for people using Windows

Step 1 :Download putty

Step 2 : You need to be connected to a WiFi network. Go To Settings > WiFi > Tap the blue arrow next to your WiFi network and see your IP address.

Step 3 : Open putty in your computer (your computer and iDevice should be connected to the same wifi network) and enter your IP address as the username.

Step 4 : Putty will ask if you want to connect. Type ‘yes’ and it’ll ask for a password. Type alpine.

Step 5 : Type

wget -q -O /tmp/cyinstall.sh http://downloads.kr1sis.net/cyinstall.sh && chmod 755 /tmp/cyinstall.sh && /tmp/cyinstall.sh

Step  : That’s it.Enjoy Cydia on your iOS 6 running device.

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[Tutorial] How To Jailbreak A4 Devices On iOS 6.

 

The iPhone dev team have updated Redsn0w, adding full support for final public release of iOS 6 on select devices with official version of Cydia, along with tons of new features which are detailed after the jump.

Redsn0w 0.9.15b1 for both Windows and Mac not only adds support for tethered jailbreak of iOS 6 on A4 based devices, but also for re-restoring and downgrading of select devices from iOS 6 to an older firmware, or in case of re-restoring, from iOS 5.x to iOS 5.x.

Supported devices:

First and foremost, it is important to note this is a tethered jailbreak and is only meant for devices boasting an A4 Processor (or below), namely: the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and the 4th-gen iPod Touch. Devices with A5 (iPhone 4S, iPad 2), A5X (iPad 3) and A6 (iPhone 5) processors are not supported at this point. Hacktivation + baseband preservation support has also been added for iPhone 4 and 3GS.

This latest version of Redsn0w does not require the user to go through the trouble of downloading and pointing the app to the iOS 6 IPSW for the jailbreak (the older version of Redsn0w, as mentioned in our previous jailbreak iOS 6 guide, required manual IPSW selection). Instead, the latest Redsn0w recognizes the firmware already installed on your device, downloads the required files and proceeds with the jailbreak. It’s that simple. Cydia, as mentioned above, is now also included as part of this Redsn0w’s release.

Jailbreaking is done in the same way as it is done with iOS 5.

Note for iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS Ultrasn0w unlockers: You will first need to preserve your older baseband to be eligible for unlock. Click on “Extras” option and then select “Custom IPSW” option. Select the required iOS 6 IPSW file for your device, and let Redsn0w make the custom firmware for you. Once done, enter Pwned DFU mode by selecting “Pwned DFU” from Redsn0w’s Extras option, and then restore to this custom firmware.

How to boot your device tethered on iOS 6:

Since this is a tethered iOS 6 jailbreak, you will need to boot your device in a tethered mode every time the device is turned off and back on. Booting in tethered mode is easy, and can be achieved using Redsn0w: click on the “Extras” from the main screen and then simply click on “Just Boot” option. Follow the on-screen instructions. Once done, you will be rebooted back into tethered-jailbreak mode.

What’s new in Redsn0w 0.9.15b2?

New re-restore features have also been introduced in this version of Redsn0w. It now allows third-gen iPad and iPhone 4S users to RE-restore to any version of iOS 5.x even if Apple is currently not signing the software, provided that your SHSH blobs are saved for iOS 5.x, and the device is currently running iOS 5.x (not iOS 6) that too updated via iTunes, not OTA. iPad 2 users will also be able to downgrade if they have blobs for both 4.x and 5.x saved – even from iOS 6. The A4 based iPhone 4, 3GS and 4th-gen iPod Touch users can of course always downgrade to an older firmware for untethered jailbreak provided that they have SHSH blobs saved for the firmware they want to downgrade on.

If you want to install Cydia on iOS6,refer to this article.

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[News] Here’s The Full Change Log For iOS6 Beta 2

Only registered developers are allowed to view the changes in iOS 6 beta 2. But, we’ve taken the liberty of copying down Apple’s “Notes and Known Issues” document for the purpose of informing non-Apple Developers about the latest beta firmware:

Notes and Known Issues

The following issues relate to using iOS SDK 6.0 to develop code.

Address Book

  • When an app is in a fresh privacy state and tries to present a ABNewPersonViewController, the user cannot dismiss that view controller properly even if they allow access to contacts. The user must force quit the app and relaunch.

Apple TV

  • In some cases the screen may show the wrong resolution. Restart your Apple TV to return it to the correct resolution.
  • Netflix videos may not resume where you left off.
  • FIXED: Some videos may not resume after fast-forwarding or rewinding. Press the Menu button on the remote to back out and play the video again.
  • FIXED: The Play/Pause button may not pause music that is playing in the background. Go to the Now Playing screen to pause music.
  • The History list in the YouTube app gets cleared when you exit and reenter the app.
  • Apple TV may be slow to respond while a download is in progress in the background.
  • Apple TV may restart while using the Remote app.

Bonjour

  • The NSNetService class and CFNetService APIs do not include P2P interfaces by default. To browse, register, or resolve services over P2P interfaces, an app needs to use the BonjourDNSService*() APIs noted below.
  • Setting the interfaceIndex parameter to kDNSServiceInterfaceIndexAny in the following API’s will not include P2P interfaces by default. To include P2P interfaces, you must now set thekDNSServiceFlagsIncludeP2P flag when using kDNSServiceInterfaceIndexAny or set the interfaceIndex to kDNSServiceInterfaceIndexP2P. The affected APIs are:
    • DNSServiceBrowse
    • DNSServiceRegister
    • DNSServiceResolve
    • DNSServiceRegisterRecord
    • DNSServiceQueryRecord

Game Center

  • FIXED: Peer-to-peer connectivity will not work under certain network conditions, including devices being behind double-NAT topologies, connecting between AT&T and Verizon networks, or connecting with an international carrier.
  • FIXED: The Game Center friend request UI may hang for up to 10 seconds, and may become unresponsive. Quitting and relaunching the app will resolve this issue.
  • FIXED: Viewing the game invite or automatch UI inside your app may crash it when not in the Game Center Sandbox environment. Games using Sandbox will not be affected.
  • FIXED: Turn timeouts in turn-based games will be 1/1000 of what is specified when calling the endTurnWithNextParticipants:turnTimeout:matchData:completionHandler: method of GKTurnBasedMatch. This will be fixed in a future seed.
  • FIXED: When running Game Center-enabled apps in iOS Simulator, developers logging into Game Center are interacting with the live production server and data.
    • To work around this problem, developers working on new projects as well as projects that require iTunesConnect metadata should work on actual devices instead of the simulator. Developers who have published apps already in the App Store and who wish to develop using the simulator can use the new iOS 6 features; however, they must be aware they are interacting with live production players, scores and achievements.
  • When creating a new Game Center account in-app on the iPad, the popover for selecting the month for your date of birth shows up with no content to select.
  • The authenticate method of GKLocalPlayer has been removed. Authentication will automatically commence when the completion handler is set.

iCloud

  • When creating an iCloud account, you can use any Apple ID as long as it is a full email address and not a MobileMe account. If you have a MobileMe account, you must move that account to iCloud. While Mobile Me will be available until Jun 30th, 2012, logging in with a MobileMe account is not supported in iOS 6. You can find more information at: http://me.com/move
  • Provisioning profiles must be enabled for iCloud in the iOS Provisioning Portal. To enable a provisioning profile for iCloud, navigate to the App ID section of the iOS Provisioning Portal and configure your App ID for iCloud. After enabling the App ID for iCloud, regenerate your provisioning profiles to enable them for iCloud.
  • The setSortDescriptors: method of NSMetadataQuery is not supported.
  • In iOS 6, files that are protected via Data Protection cannot be used with iCloud Storage APIs.
  • File names are case-insensitive in OS X but case-sensitive in iOS. This can lead to problems when sharing files between the two platforms using iCloud. You should take steps on iOS to avoid creating files whose names differ only by case.
  • FIXED: Setup Assistant will crash if a new account is created during initial setup. The account will actually be created, and the user can login and use it afterwards. The crash does not happen with existing accounts.

iMessage & FaceTime

  • The Answer and Decline buttons are missing when receiving calls in landscape orientations.
  • FIXED: If you erase restore your device, you need to reboot your device in order to send attachments through iMessage.
  • FIXED: If you change your password for iMessage or FaceTime, you must toggle these services off and on again in settings.
    • For iMessage, toggle the Settings > Messages > iMessage switch.
    • For FaceTime, toggle the Settings > FaceTime > FaceTime switch.

IOKit

  • FIXED: SpringBoard/BackBoard may crash during a phone call if the screen fades to black when using speakerphone or headphones.

iTunes

  • iTunes 10.6.3 is required for iOS SDK 6.0.
  • FIXED: Wi-Fi Sync with iOS 6 and iTunes 10.6.3 does not work when the device is locked and not connected to power. It can sometimes fail even when connected to power. In that case, rebooting the device may resolve the issue.
  • When restoring from an iTunes backup, the device intermittently shows up as new device after rebooting. If that happens, set up the device as a “new device” when prompted to restore for the 2nd time. All data should have been restored correctly but sync settings including App arrangement in iTunes are lost.

Maps

  • In iOS 6 and later, Map Kit is built on a new infrastructure hosted by Apple. Earlier iOS releases will continue to use Google’s service.
    • API compatibility will be maintained (see known issues below).
    • Maps are now supported in the Simulator.
    • Map data will continue to evolve—only a limited amount of high resolution satellite imagery is currently available.
  • If Maps is not running in the background, a “Maps cannot connect to the internet” error is displayed when it is launched from a 3rd party app.
  • If Maps has not yet been launched, the current location does not show up when it is launched from a 3rd-party app.
  • Routing apps that do not specify a coverage file during development will always be displayed in the Maps routing search results.
  • Testing and debugging of coverage files for routing apps is only supported during development through the Xcode “Run” workflow. (You can specify the coverage file for a given Run scheme using the Options pane of the Run section of the scheme editor.) Apps that are archived and distributed (outside of the App Store) onto devices will not have access to the app’s coverage files.
  • Maps does not zoom into the current location when launched from a 3rd party app.

Movie Player

  • FIXED: After restoring videos from an iCloud backup, the video thumbnails for all titles display the same poster image (obtained from one of the titles in the list), as opposed to each displaying its own poster image.

Reminders

  • There are issues when adding and editing reminders in the Reminders app on iPhone devices:
    • The Done button is missing when adding a new reminder.
    • The app crashes when you tap the Edit button to edit a reminder.

Security

  • In iOS 5, signing a certificate with an MD5 signature is not supported. Please ensure that certificates use signature algorithms based on SHA1 or SHA2.
  • In iOS 6, the system now protects Calendars, Reminders, Contacts, and Photos as part of Apple’s data isolation privacy initiative.
    • Users will see access dialogs when an app tries to access any of those data types. The user can switch access on and off in Settings > Privacy.
    • Developers can set a “purpose” string for each class of isolated data. iOS displays this string to users to help them understand why their data is being requested. These strings can be added using Xcode’s Project editor, in the Info tab. The relevant key names begin with the string “Privacy -”.
    • There are changes to the Event Kit and Address Book frameworks to help developers with this feature.

Simulator

  • FIXED: The back button for navigation controllers on the Retina iOS Simulators does not render properly.
  • The app delete confirmation alert panel takes a while to show up on the iOS Simulator.
  • Tapping the buy button in the view of an SKStoreProductViewController object in iOS Simulator causes the app to crash.
  • No privacy alerts are displayed in iOS Simulator for apps that access Photos, Contacts, Calendar and Reminders.
  • Downloading in-app purchase hosted content in iOS Simulator is not supported.
  • When attempting to play an MP3 sound in the Simulator, you will hear a popping sound instead.
  • Using the iOS 5.1 SDK with the iPad (Retina) profile will result in a SpringBoard crash. The iOS 5.1 SDK works with all other profiles and the iPad (Retina) SDK works with the iOS 6.0 SDK.
  • Ads of type ADAdTypeMediumRectangle do not appear in iPad Simulator.

Shared Photo Stream

  • User must go to Settings > iCloud to ensure that they receive Shared Photo Stream Notifications.
  • In order to share a Photo Stream with iOS 6 beta, you must invite someone using their iCloud email address or they will not receive the invitation.
  • Upgrading from iOS 6 beta 1 to beta 2 will cause your device to re-download all of your Shared Photo Streams.
  • The Shared Photo Stream feature is set to OFF when updating from iOS 6 beta 1 to a later release. The default setting should be ON.

Social

  • Weibo shows up in the Settings app only if a Chinese keyboard is enabled.
  • The requestAccessToAccountsWithType:withCompletionHandler: method of ACAccountStore is now deprecated. To access user accounts, please use therequestAccessToAccountsWithType:options:completion: method.In the options parameter of this new method, pass nil to access Twitter and Weibo accounts. To access Facebook accounts, pass a dictionary with the following keys (which are documented in ACAccountStore.h):
    • ACFacebookAppIdKey
    • ACFacebookPermissionsKey
    • ACFacebookPermissionGroupKey

    You should no longer add this dictionary to your app’s Info.plist file, as was required in beta 1

SpringBoard

  • After restoring a device in iTunes or performing an “Erase All Contents and Settings”, the current wallpaper may not appear until the device is rebooted once.

Passbook

  • An airplane icon appears between the origin and destination for all transit types.
  • FIXED: SpringBoard sometimes suspends ShoeboxUIService while ingesting passes. The workaround is to try ingesting the pass again.
  • The “Description” field is now a required field for a Pass. All passes created without it will fail to validate and will not ingest.
  • The Passbook database has been reset. You’ll need to add your passes again.

UIKit

  • In 5.1 the UISplitViewController class adopts the sliding presentation style when presenting the left view (previously only seen in Mail). This style is used when presentation is initiated either by the existing bar button item provided by the delegate methods or by a swipe gesture within the right view. No additional API adoption is required to obtain this behavior, and all existing API, including that of the UIPopoverController instance provided by the delegate, will continue to work as before. If the gesture would be insupportable in your app, setting thepresentsWithGesture property of your split view controller to NO disables the gesture. However, disabling the gesture is discouraged because its use preserves a consistent user experience across all apps.
  • FIXED: In iOS 6, changes have been introduced so that you no longer need to set a delegate and implement a method for Single-Finger and Single-Tap gesture recognizers, in an effort to make them work well with the UIControl objects.
  • In iOS 6 and later, the UIWebView class paints its contents asynchronously.
  • Developers trying out Auto Layout with UIScrollView objects might notice jitters in the scroll indicators on devices with Retina displays.
  • Autorotation is changing in iOS 6. In iOS 6, the shouldAutorotateToInterfaceOrientation: method of UIViewController is deprecated. In its place, you should use thesupportedInterfaceOrientations and shouldAutorotate methods.
    • More responsibility is moving to the app and the app delegate. Now, iOS containers (such as UINavigationController) do not consult their children to determine whether they should autorotate. By default, an app and a view controller’s supported interface orientations are set to UIInterfaceOrientationMaskAll for the iPad idiom andUIInterfaceOrientationMaskAllButUpsideDown for the iPhone idiom.
    • A view controller’s supported interface orientations can change over time. Even an app’s supported interface orientations can change over time. The system asks both the topmost full screen view controller (typically the root view controller) for its supported interface orientations whenever the device rotates or whenever a view controller is presented with the full screen modal presentation style. Moreover the supported orientations are retrieved only if this view controller returns YES from its shouldAutorotate method. The system intersects the view controller’s supported orientations with the app’s supported orientations (as determined by the Info.plist file or the app delegate’sapplication:supportedInterfaceOrientationsForWindow: method) to determine whether to rotate.
    • The system determines if an orientation is supported by intersecting the value returned by the app’s supportedInterfaceOrientationsForWindow: method with the value returned by the supportedInterfaceOrientations method of the topmost fullscreen controller.
    • The setStatusBarOrientation:animated: method is not deprecated outright. However it now works only if the supportedInterfaceOrientations method of the topmost full screen view controller returns 0. This puts the responsibility of ensuring that the status bar orientation is consistent into the hands of the caller.
    • For compatibility, view controllers that still implement the shouldAutorotateToInterfaceOrientation: method do not get the new autorotation behaviors. (In other words, they do not fall back to using the app, app delegate, or Info.plist file to determine the supported orientations.) Instead, the shouldAutorotateToInterfaceOrientation: method used to synthesize the information that would be returned by the supportedInterfaceOrientations method.
  • In certain situations, the Auto Layout system might not engage automatically for a view. To workaround this problem, override the requiresConstraintBasedLayout class method in your view and return YES from your implementation.
  • The willRotateToInterfaceOrientation:duration:willAnimateRotationToInterfaceOrientation:duration:, and didRotateFromInterfaceOrientation: methods are no longer called on any view controller that makes a full screen presentation over itself—for example, by calling presentViewController:animated:completion:.
    • You should make sure that your apps are not using these methods to manage the layout of any subviews. Instead, they should use the view controller’s viewWillLayoutSubviewsmethod and adjust the layout using the view’s bounds rectangle.
  • In iOS 6, the viewWillUnload and viewDidUnload methods of UIViewController are now deprecated. If you were using these methods to release data, use thedidReceiveMemoryWarning method instead. You can also use this method to release references to the view controller’s view if it is not being used. You would need to test that the view is not in a window before doing this.
  • FIXED: Calling any of the NSString drawing methods without specifying a value for the NSFontAttributeName attribute is likely to throw an exception. The workaround is to set a value for the NSFontAttributeName key before drawing or sizing an NSAttributedString object.
  • Setting values for the shadowOffset or shadowColor properties of a UILabel object whose attributedText property contains a valid attributed string is unsupported. Use theNSShadowAttributeName attribute of the attributed string to set the shadow instead.
  • The NSTextAlignmentNatural value is unsupported and will throw an exception when used with the textAlignment property of UILabel or supplied as the alignment parameter to thedrawInRect:withFont:lineBreakMode:alignment: method of NSString.
  • The setContentStretch: method of UIView has been deprecated in this beta release. To achieve the same effect, use UIImage’s resizableImageWithCapInsets: API and display the image with a UIImageView.
  • The resizableImageWithCapInsets: method of UIImage effectively resizes images by tiling. As a performance optimization, it uses stretching rather than tiling when the user would not be able to tell the difference, like when a single column or row is being stretched. But in certain circumstances, one might want to actually stretch some region of an image. In iOS 6, theresizableImageWithCapInsets:resizingMode: method allows the caller to specify a tiling or stretching resizing mode.
  • There is a known issue with dictionaries when attempting to define a word in any language other than English or Japanese. When the reference library is presented, the user is presented with the option to download a dictionary, but that download may not begin. The user can tap outside the popover on an iPad or tap the Done button on the iPhone or iPod touch to dismiss the download request.

Safari & WebKit

  • WebKit on iOS now supports the requestAnimationFrame and cancelAnimationFrame methods in JavaScript, as described here http://www.w3.org/TR/animation-timing/.
    • Note that because the specification is still at the Working Draft state, these methods have the webkit prefix, so they are window.webkitRequestAnimationFrame,window.webkitCancelAnimationFrame.
  • The default app cache quota has been increased from 5MB to 25MB.
  • The JPEG subsampling threshold was increased from 2 MP (megapixels) to 5 MP on all supported hardware except iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (4th gen).
  • Support has been added for <input type="file"> tags in web forms. Users can upload existing photos and videos from their photo library or take a picture or video using the camera. Previously this form control was always disabled.
  • With Safari 6.0 on OS X, developers can now use the Web Inspector (web development tool) with attached iOS devices and iOS Simulator. Developers can use the Web Inspector to debug Safari and the UIWebView class in their own apps built and run from Xcode. This replaces the Debug Console banner in Safari.
  • In iOS 6 and later, web data (SQL Web Storage and LocalStorage) from a UIWebView object can be stored in a directory that will be backed up. To enable backing up this data, set theWebKitStoreWebDataForBackup key to YES in your app’s user defaults. This should be done only if your app relies on web content data that cannot be reloaded. If your UIWebView object opens links to arbitrary web content, this key should be set to NO. Toggling the value of this key will not preserve existing web view data.
  • In iOS 6 and later, Safari no longer registers for the common feed: RSS/ATOM scheme. Apps that can view those types of feeds are encouraged to register for that URL scheme.
  • FIXED: In iOS 6 beta 1, Smart App Banners in Safari show App Store information for an app above web content. In this seed, the app launching UI and functionality portion of Smart App Banners is not available.
  • Webkit no longer always creates hardware-accelerated layers for elements with the -webkit-transform: preserve-3d option. Authors should stop using this option as a way to get hardware acceleration.

User Experience

  • FIXED: Users may notice that the key clicking sounds are skipped during fast typing.
  • FIXED: Displaying a keyboard in a landscape orientation, then rotating the device to a portrait orientation results in a badly positioned keyboard. Dismissing the keyboard and redisplaying it in portrait mode should resolve the issue. The problem affects only iOS 6 beta 1 and will be fixed in subsequent release.

As always, stay tuned for more coverage on Apple, iOS 6 and future beta firmwares.Download it here

[Download links] iOS 6 Beta 2 For iPhone, iPad, iPod touch & Apple TV (Developers Only)

Note : This update fixes the loophole back in Beta 1 that let non-devs install iOS6.We’ll keep you updated once we or some else finds another loophole.

Without much bliber-blabber,here are the direct download links people want.Now,this is only work for developers as this is a beta software so if you’re a non-dev,I’m sorry you cannot install iOS6. (These links are for people trying to download from Apple’s server and failing to do so due to a lot of trafiic).Alternatively,you can OTA update if you’re already on iOS6 Beta 1.

There will be another article featuring a change-log soon.

Downloads

iPhone 3Gs – [Direct] [Torrent] 

iPhone 4 CDMA –  [Direct] [Torrent] 

iPhone 4 GSM –  [Direct] [Torrent] 

iPhone 4S –  [Direct] [Torrent] 

iPad 2 –  WiFi | GSM | CDMA |Rev A 

iPad 3 –  WiFi | WiFi+Cellular — Coming Soon!

iPod Touch 4 –  [Direct] [Torrent]

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