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iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak Now Available

Absinthe has just released its new jailbreak too, 
Absinthe 2.0. 
The jailbreak works with the new iPad, iPhone 4S 
and all previous models running iOS 5.1.1.

Choose your version:


SUPPORTED FIRMWARE: 5.1.1

SUPPORTED DEVICES:

- iPad3 (WiFi/CDMA/Global)
- iPad2 (WiFi/CDMA/GSM)
- iPad1
- iPhone 4S
- iPhone 4 (GSM), iPhone 4 (CDMA)
- iPhone 3GS
- iPod 4G
- iPod 3G


NOT SUPPORTED DEVICES:

- iPad2 WiFi R2 (new model)
- AppleTV 2
- AppleTV 3

USAGE: (MacOSX, Windows & Linux)

1. Make a backup of your device iTunes by right clicking on your device name under the 'Devices' menu and click 'Back Up'.
2. Once your backup is complete return to your device and go to Settings - General - Reset - Erase All Content and Settings. This will make the jailbreak process much faster.
3. Open Absinthe and be sure your are still connected via USB cable to your computer.
4. Click 'Jailbreak' and wait... just be patient and do not disconnect your device!
5. Once jailbroken return to iTunes and restore your backup from earlier. To do so, right click on your device name under the 'Devices' menu in the left panel of iTunes and click 'Restore From Backup...' then select the latest backup you created before. (restoring this backup will return all the content previously on your device, i.e. apps, photos, etc.) 
6. Thanks for using Absinthe, enjoy your jailbroken iDevice!

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