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How to Jailbreak Your iOS 7 iPad with evasi0n

Jailbreaking is not far from hacking into your Apple product’s software and opening it up for customization. You can change the way it looks and feels, choose from a host of custom apps that aren’t available in Apple’s official App store and a whole bunch of other things – you’ll get customization not far short of an Android device. Sounds great? Well, Team evad3rs has just released evasi0n7 1.0.3 update for Mac OS X and Windows to fix the rampant boot loop issue with Retina iPad minis that were jailbroken on iOS 7. The new evasi0n7 update also adds support for iOS 7.1 beta 3, besides including a new Cydia package for enhanced compatibility with the latest jailbreak tweaks and apps.

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Pre-requisites

  • Back up your important data on iDevice (iPhone, iPad or iPod) using iCloud or iTunes backup service.
  • Update iTunes to the latest version (download here)
  • Download evasi0n7 1.0.3 jailbreak (Mac from here and Windows from here)
  • This jailbreak works only with devices that are mentioned in compatibility list. Do not attempt installing this jailbreak on unsupported models as it may hard brick the device. Go to Settings > General > About and check the device model number before you proceed.

How to jailbreak iOS iPad with evasi0n 7

  1. Download the evasi0n7 1.0.3 jailbreak tool for Mac OS X and Windows
  2. Plug your  iPad into your computer.
  3. Launch evasi0n on your Mac or PC. If you’re on a Mac running Mountain Lion or Mavericks, you may have to right click the evasi0n jailbreak tool and click Open and confirm you’d like to open it.
  4. Click Jailbreak and then wait.
  5. After a few seconds, you’ll see a message asking you to unlock your iPhone or iPad and tap on the evasi0n7 icon. Do that now.
  6. You may be asked to unlock your device one more time if you have a passcode.
  7. evasi0n should now give you a message that your device was successfully jailbroken and the process is done. Just click Exit on your computer.
  8. Your device may reboot a few more times in order to complete the process and that’s it! You should now have Cydia on your iPhone or iPad once more.