All About Smartphones: How To Fix iPhone 4 Bootloop During iOS 6.1.3 Untether Jailbreak

Monday, December 23, 2013

How To Fix iPhone 4 Bootloop During iOS 6.1.3 Untether Jailbreak

If you are among those experiencing the bootloop issue when trying to untether jailbreak your iPhone 4 with the newly released iOS 6.1.3/6.1.4 released by iH8sn0w, it would interest you that there is a fix for it.

iH8sn0w just posted the fix for the bootloop issue. This fix is presented below. Follow the instructions carefully.

Boot Loop Fix

2) Put your iPhone 4 into DFU and wait for it to tell you to connect to localhost:2022

3) If you're on a Mac, use terminal and type "ssh root@localhost -p 2022".

If you're on a PC, grab PuTTY and type localhost in Hostname, and 2022 under Port.

4) Enter "root" for the User Name.

5) Enter "alpine" for the Password.

6) Copy & Paste this one line bash command:
while [ ! -d /mnt2/mobile ]; do; done; printf '\xD3\x8E\x95\xD4\x44\x47\x32\x2E\xA1\x5F\x9F\x9B\xE7\xE8\x8F\xDC' | dd of=/mnt2/untether/untether bs=1 seek=1120 conv=notrunc; printf '\x00' | dd of=/mnt2/untether/untether bs=1 seek=27099 conv=notrunc; nvram auto-boot=true; sync; reboot;
7) Press ENTER.

8) That's it.

According to iH8sn0w, the Cydia untethered package as been withdrawn and would return shortly. But if you can't wait for it to be returned, download from this link

Remember, you would need something like iTools or iFunbox to install the deb file.
Like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for your Apple and Jailbreak news. 

Google+ Followers