iOS Mods

April 5, 2011

Snowbreeze 2.5 ios 4.3.1 Jailbreak (Untethered)

Ok big news iphone hacker IH8snow has released his latest version of snOwbreeze to Jailbreak ios4.3.1 untethered. Other good news for unlockers this tool will also preserve your baseband while jailbreaking.

It is worth noting that if you do not rely on a carrier unlock you shoud use my other tutorial HERE as it requires less jailbreak experience. Yet again no ipad 2 support at the moment folks stay tuned for updates on ipad 2 jailbreak.

IMPORTANT READ – This tutorial will only be useful to unlockers when UltrasnOw is updated as unlock is not supported with  ultrasnOw 1.2. As soon as the update drops ill let you no subscribe or follow me on twitter @BeginnersTech1.

Disclaimer – Follow this tutorial at your own risk i am not responsible for any damage you cause to your device.


– Iphone 4

– Iphone 3gs

– Ipad 1

– Ipod touch 3g and 4g.


1. Download Snowbreeze 2.5 and the 4.3.1 IPSW for your devive HERE

2. Run snowbreeze and click on “NEXT”

3. Drag or browse the 4.3.1 IPSW onto snowbreeze 2.5 and wait for snowbreeze to recognise the IPSW then click “NEXT” again.

4. Select “Expert Mode” and make sure the “build IPSW” box is checked. If you rely on carrier unlock you must make sure you choose “Baseband preservation Mode”, instead of export mode.

5. Snowbreeze will now create your custom 4.3.1 IPSW firmware.

6. When your firmware is created snowbreeze will now show you on screen instructions on how to put your device into dfu mode just follow. When in dfu mode follow Part 2 of the tutorial.

Part 2

2.1 Start Itunes and select your device

2.2 Ok now while holding the shift key on your keyboard press the restore button.

2.3 When the window pops up just direct it to the custom IPSW that snowbreeze created and click Open.

2.4 Itunes will now restore your device with the custom IPSW. When complete your phone will reeboot into a fully jailbroken state. Enjoy

All credit goes to IH8snow for creating this wonderfull tool.

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