ve them to the directory where the tetheredboot utility is lying, refer to the screenshot below: Jailbreak 4.3 (2) Step 14: Turn off your iPhone, start Terminal on your Mac and type in the following commands:
sudo –s
Enter your administrator password, whatever that might be, then type the following:
/Users/TaimurAsad/Desktop/tetheredboot/tetheredboot /Users/TaimurAsad/Desktop/tetheredboot/iBSS.n90ap.RELEASE.dfu /Users/TaimurAsad/Desktop/tetheredboot/kernelcache.release.n90
The commands might be a different on your Mac, replace “TaimurAsad” with the name of the user directory on your Mac accordingly. Hit Enter key. In case if the above doesn’t work, then try the following:
/Users/TaimurAsad/Desktop/tetheredboot/tetheredboot –i /Users/TaimurAsad/Desktop/tetheredboot/iBSS.n90ap.RELEASE.dfu -k /Users/TaimurAsad/Desktop/tetheredboot/kernelcache.release.n90
Quick tip: Drag and drop the tetheredboot file, the iBSS file and then the kernelcache.release file into Terminal. Jailbreak 4.3 (3) You will now see some code running in Terminal and in a short while, it will ask you to put your device in DFU mode, you can do so by following the steps given below:
  • Hold down the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds.
  • Let go of the Power button but keep on holding the Home button for 10 seconds.
  • If you followed the steps correctly, then you’re in DFU mode.
Wait for you device, and you should see “Exiting libpois0n” message on Terminal. In a short amount of time, your device will boot into the jailbroken tethered state, that’s it, you’re done.

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