p0sixspwn Jailbreak for any iPhone, iPad or iPhod with iOS 6.1.3, iOS 6.1.4, iOS 6.1.5 versions

On December 30, 2013


With just a few hours ago, a p0sixspwn utility for Mac was launched by a group of hackers, it allows us to perform untethered jailbreak on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch in which is installed iOS 6.1.3, iOS 6.1. 4 or iOS 6.1.5. Utility is universal and works only with devices that have not previously made tethered jailbreak using redsn0w or sn0wbreeze.

Jailbreak procedure is similar to that used in the evasi0n7 case, application interface is identical. Just like in the old case, you should make a backup before using p0sixspwn on your devices, but the upside is that there are no warnings about conducting jailbreak on devices which received OTA Update. If you happen to get stuck in a boot loop after jailbreak, you should first restore by entering the device in DFU Mode, and details can be found at the end of the article. If you have no signal after jailbreak, then disable mobile data connection, 3G and roaming, and then activate them again.

p0sixspwn jailbreak can be performed on:

  • iOS 6.1.3;
  • iOS 6.1.4;
  • iOS 6.1.5.

p0sixspwn jailbreak is compatible with:

  • iPhone 3GS;
  • iPhone 4;
  • iPhone 4S;
  • iPhone 5;
  • iPad 2;
  • iPad 3;
  • iPad 4;
  • iPad Mini;
  • iPod Touch 4G;
  • iPod Touch 5G.

Step 1

Download p0sixspwn from here.

Step 2

Connect your iDevice to your Mac and open the p0sixspwn application. If OS X refuses to open the app telling you that it is not developed by a developer certificate, then go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy, click on the padlock in the bottom left of the window and enter your administrator password, then from general menu select the Anywhere option for the Allow applications downloaded from.

Step 3

Connect your iDevice to your Mac and click Jailbreak.

Step 4

Follow the application’s instructions and in the end you will have a jailbroken device.

If the jailbreak procedure will leave the device in a boot loop, then press Home + Lock buttons simultaneously until the iDevice’s screen closes then release the Lock button and just hold down the Home button until the computer will recognize the device. At this point, open iTunes and perform a restore.