The iPhone Dev Team has just pushed out an update to popular jailbreaking tool Redsn0w. This update, labeled Redsn0w 0.9.15b2, includes primarily bug fixes for iPhone 3GS and iPad owners.
Formally iPhone 3GS users experienced a range of issues between the bootrom and baseband — now 0.9.15b2 has resolved these persisting problems:
Version 0.9.15b2 fixes a few issues for 3GS owners: old-bootrom awesomeness is no longer forgotten directly after a restore, and iPad baseband upgrade/downgrade support is fixed (same production date cutoffs apply!). If your 3GS is currently tethered at 6.0 even though you have an old bootrom, just re-run redsn0w’s Jailbreak step (no need to restore). Don’t forget you can add some pizzaz with your own boot logo or a nerdy verbose boot.
This update comes promptly after the iPhone Dev Team released 0.9.15b1 adding a plethora of updates, one in which added Cydia to the installation. Both adaptations of Redsn0w will install on any A4-powered devices — including the iPhone 3GS/4, iPod touch fourth-generation, and original iPad. Click here to learn how to jailbreak your device.
Download Redsn0w 0.9.15.b2 below:
Windows: Download link
Mac OS X: Download link