how to jailbreak iphone 4 ios 7.1.2?

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September 12, 2016 at 11:50:03
Specs: Windows 7, 2 go
hi guys just to be brief ive downloaded pang u for ios 7.1.2 i have done everything it needs to be done changing time disabling pass code but in the PC i have an error message make sure you have a proper internet connection i have the latest version of iTunes please help me i have also rebooted it both phone and PC tried out Ethernet and wireless connection

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#1
September 13, 2016 at 03:56:27
Make sure your internet connection is working.

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#2
September 17, 2016 at 06:03:44
Did you solve this?

It never used to be but now it can get tricky to jailbreak older devices.

How I would tackle the job is to firstly completely remove iTunes altogether. Use a third party uninstaller such as revo and let it do a thorough uninstall, all orphaned files and registry entries removed.

Create a restore point.

Now check if your operating system is 64 or 32 bit.

Download the latest corresponding version of iTunes. If you are running a 64 bit operating system use the 64 bit version of iTunes. I believe by default iTunes loads the 32 bit version so you will have to google it. Only get it from Apple.

I believe at that time and beyond there were 3 different branded jailbreak releases that supported current devices and older iOS iterations. Explore them and make sure your device and iOS version is compliant. Again use google and YouTube to research. They were Pangu, evasi0n and TaiG. I'm not sure if redsnow and limerain were current then but I doubt it.

Get the jailbreaking software from trusted sources (this is very very important).

Take a look at redmondpie and evasi0n for sources.

Edit: newer jailbreak solutions probably won't work because they are designed to work with the 64 bit processor that was implemented from the iPhone 5S? (I'm guessing here) onwards. The iPhone 4 has a 32 bit processor.

Oh and one last thing. You are looking for an untethered jailbreak. A tethered one will mean you will have to apply the jailbreak every time the iPhone is rebooted, switched off or runs out of juice.

http://www.iphonehacks.com/2014/06/...

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