Jailbreak 4.3.1 for iPad, iPhone, iPod – Updates | Redsn0w 0.9.6rc12 | Software Guides
The famous Dev-Team has released the updated version of Redsn0w. If you have last used an earlier version to jailbreak your device with iOS 4.3.1, you can still repeat the process easily to upgrade the jailbreak bootroom:
1) Download Redsn0w 0.9.6rc12
2) Follow the onscreen instructions
3) Uncheck the ‘Install Cydia’ as you would have installed it when you last jailbreak on the same iOS
4) Reboot and done!
Personally, I have seen some speed improvements and most importantly, the ‘Shrink’ module is functional after the upgrade.
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