Redsn0w 6.1.3 Jailbreak is still possible, even that Evasi0n is not able to do so. One common error is the Failed to Decrypt Kernel, but it is 100% fixable.
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Redsn0w 6.1.3 iOS Jailbreak – FREE Jailbreaking tutorialReviewed by Admin on May 1.Rating: -Redsn0w 6.1.3 iOS Jailbreak – Learn what iDevices are supported Althouth Redsn0w 6.1.3 iOS Jailbreak is possible, there are some restrictions you should be aware. Redsn0w supports all the A4 chip iDevices and in most cases the jailbreak it can perform is tethered. Follow our detailed step by step tutorial and perform a Redsn0w 6.1.3 iOS Jailbreak for FREE. Redsn0w 6.1.3 iOS Jailbreak Tutorial! Step 1: Download the latest Redsn0w version from our Download Area for FREE (Download Redsn0w Area – Redsn0w 0.9.15b3 version is available for Windows and MAC OS X operating systems). Step 2: Download the 6 iOS version for your iDevice only (iOS 6 version of iPhone 4 is not the same with the iOS 6 of iPhone 3GS or iPod Touch). Step 3: Run the Redsn0w, plug your iDevice to your PC via a USB […]
Until this time, the latest iOS version is the 6.1.3 iOS, and it still gives issues to the jailbreaking community. When this version was released many people urged to update their iOS devices and they found out that neither they could downgrade to a previous jailbreakable iOS version nor jailbreak it. During this time two jailbreaking tools were available, the Evasi0n and the Redsn0w 6.1.3 jailbreaking tool.
All iPhone 3GS and 4 users will be very happy to know that their devices can be jailbroken with the help of Redsn0w 6.1.3 iOS. Unfortunately the users that own A5 or higher chips on their devices are unable to jailbreak their devices, not even with a tethered jailbreak.