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Chronic-Dev Team Finally Ready To Deliver iOS 4.2.1 Untethered Jailbreak

Chronic Dev Team has finally achieved success in developing an untethered jailbreak for iOS 4.2.1 and the same is scheduled to be pushed for end-users via greenpois0n update soon. A demo video is posted by the team as a proof as posted after the jump.

greenpois0n rc 5 demo

UPDATE : Downloads now available via official direct links provided below.

Greenpois0n RC5 B2 Download Links For Windows & Mac :


everybody tells us about an untethered Jailbreak, but there is no
I'm waiting since firmware 4 but I've never seen it for mx iPhone 4.
This rips me off

Where can i download the jailbreak

You might wanna change the title of this. They haven't delivered nothing!!! It's just a demo video. Do not create panic!

You need to re-name your title, it's misleading readers

It will be released in a few days.

Yeah, they've allegedly been "ready to deliver" an untethered JB for Windows since Xmas 2010. I'm beginning to think it'll never come out, as iOS 4.3 will be released soon and people will then start focusing on that. And, when THAT JB is finally "ready for delivery", they'll decide to hold it off for iOS 4.4. Rinse and repeat.

Dev Team, just release the damn JB/Win already, if you have it!!

And yes, the title of this post *IS* misleading. Change it or lose e-credibility with your readers.

When I said "delivers" I meant delivers the solution not the download, I had also corrected the title and it now says "ready to deliver" (to end-users in coming days).

Hope this is better now !


Not really, it comes out when 4.3 is made public and where is your source by the way

Greenpois0n RC5 finally released for windows and mac providing untethered jailbreak for all devices running on ios 4.2.1

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