New evasi0n iOS 6.1.3 Untethered Jailbreak Released
1.Download evasi0n (Windows / Mac / Linux)
2.Before you do anything else, make sure iTunes (or Xcode, if you have it) is shut down.
3.Launch the evasi0n app. (Windows: Right click on evasi0n.exe and select “Run as administrator.” Hit “Yes” if User Access Control window shows up. Mac: If you’re on OS X 10.8 and can’t open the app, try control-clicking or right-clicking on it, then select “Open” from the context menu and then the dialogue box.)
4.Plug the device into your computer using the USB cable.
5.A window will appear on your computer confirming that evasi0n has detected the device, and a Jailbreak button will become active. Hit the button.
6.You’ll see a status indicator as evasi0n prepares the jailbreak data, injects the data, reboots the device, uploads Cydia, and its packages list, etc. When it’s done, a screen will pop up on your monitor asking you to unlock your device. Once you go into your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, look for a new app called “Jailbreak.” Tap the icon once.
7.Let the jailbreak do its thing. You’ll see status messages on the desktop indicating injection of jb data and Root Filesystem successfully remounted on the evasi0n tool, etc. Your device may reboot several times, and at some point, you’ll see a “Done!” message and the white evasi0n logo amid more reboots and blinking. Don’t worry, this is normal and totally automated, so go grab a glass of water or a snack. This can take a little while.
8.When the process is finished, you’ll see the Cydia icon ready and waiting for you on your homescreen.
As you can see, it’s not a difficult procedure, but you always need to be extra careful whenever you mess around with system files. No one wants a bricked device. As for length, the jailbreak can take about 15 minutes to half an hour, so patience is key. (So is backing up!) But if you do get hung up somewhere, don’t panic. Just restart the program, reboot your i-device (hold down Power and Home) and then start again.