iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Solution Publicly Released – So Far Proving to be Legitimate!

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Jun 23, 2014
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“This does work, it basically asks you to set the date to January 2nd, and then touch the weird app it installs, but it does install cydia!”

 

In a surprising news of the day, we are seeing a tool being claimed as iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak solution. The jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 looks legitimate as we are seeing i0n1c himself acknowledging it – not in a happy way, mind you. Released by a group of Chinese hackers named Pangu, we are seeing quite an stream of users jailbreaking iOS 7.1.1 on their devices – successfully!iOS 7.1.1 IPSW download links

 

Read: Steps to Jailbreak iOS 7.1 and iOS 7.1.X with Pangu – How to

iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak:

While it is early to suggest if it actually is a fool-proof solution, users have assured that they have successfully jailbroken their devices and they can see Cydia on it. Some users though have complained about seeing sketchy apps inside.

@i0n1c: “FTR: if pangu team releases a public jailbreak with vulnerabilities disclosed to them during my training I consider this in no way okay.”

Stefan Essar had previously shared that he has been able to successfully jailbreak iOS 7.1.1, along with a few other hackers, however, it wasn’t publicly released as iOS 8 is just around the corner. Seems like Pangu group has got the inside exploits from Essar.iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak

Some excited feelings from Reddit thread:

“I appear to have Cydia, but also some super sketchy Chinese app. Mixed feelings.”

“me done …..:)ios 7.1.1. on my iphone 5 … thanks a tun for Panguuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu”

Just hoping that if the tool is working, it will not burn exploits for iOS 8. If not, this is a great news for all stuck on 7.1.1, and for i4 users who will have their iDevice jailbroken for life!”

Warning: We won’t recommend you to go forward for this solution but if you are feeling too adventurous, here is the official website of Pangu. You should wait a little while until is confirmed that there are no hidden phishing schemes lying underneath the jailbreak tool. Here are some problems as shared by iH8sn0w including the apparent load of Chinese apps.

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