Evasi0n7 Supports to Jailbreak iOS 7.0.5

Apple has released iOS 7.0.5 to the public for days, and shortly after that, the iOS hackers team evad3rs has also updated their untethered jailbreak tool evasi0n7 to help users jailbreak the iOS 7.0.5.

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It is said that the iOS 7.0.5 is the last version before iOS 7.1 releases. But for users who have updated your iPhone or other iOS devices to the 7.0.5, you can use the evasi0n7 1.0.5 to jailbreak your device.

Here are the steps:

How to Jailbreak iOS 7.0.5 on Your iPhone/iPad/iPod

Here we take iPhone as an example.

  1. Backup your iPhone data before jailbreak. Jailbreak could cause data loss on your iPhone, so you’d better backup your important data first.
  2. It is better to disable the lock password of your iPhone to avoid snags during jailbreak process.
  3. Download evasi0n7 1.0.5 on your computer (Windows or Mac) and extract the package.
  4. Run the evasi0n7 app. Mac users double click on the evasi0n 7 app; Windows users should right-click on the evasi0n.exe file and select “Run as administrator” and click on “Yes” if a User Access Control window appears.
  5. Connect iPhone to your computer with a USB cable and wait for the evasi0n to detect it. After that, the Jailbreak button will be activated. Then click on it.
  6. The jailbreak process is beginning. After some time, you will be prompted to tap the evasi0n7 on your iPhone’s Home screen to complete the process.

After the process is over, you will be on the device’s lock screen, and you can swipe over to the second Home screen to find the Cydia icon.

Some users may forget to backup their device before jailbreak. If you find any data loss after jailbreaking your iOS device, go to iPhone Data Recovery (Windows version), or iPhone Data Recovery for Mac (Mac version) to recover all lost files, including photos, videos, contacts, messages, call history, messages (iMessages, WhatsApp, MMS, SMS) and more other data. Any available iPhone model is supported, including iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS.

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