Safely guide to untethered jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 with redsn0w 0.9.6rc14

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Safely guide to Jailbreaking iPhone, iPod touch, and original iPad running iOS 4.3.2 with redsn0w 0.9.6rc14
iOS 4.3.2 untethered jailbreak for iPhone, iPod touch, and original iPad is now live… and it’s pretty much the same as the iOS 4.3.1 Jailbreak so we’re updating this post to get you going faster! The Dev-Team has used their hax0r magic to bring us yet another gift in the form of an untethered jailbreak! This jailbreak will require you to use redsn0w, which is available for both Windows and Mac OS X.

Important: iPad 2 is still not supported and unlockers need to steer clear until ultrasn0w is updated.
Hit the jump for a complete how-to!

What you need

Below is a list of supported devices:
  • iPhone 3GS (old + new bootrom)
  • iPhone 4 (GSM)
  • iPod Touch 3G (non-8GB model)
  • iPod Touch 4G
  • iPad 1G
Before starting your jailbreak
please follow these steps to avoid the failures that may occur:
  1. Set redsn0w.exe Properties to Compatibility = Windows XP (Service Pack 3)
  2. Run redsn0w.exe as Admiminstrator.
  3. Go to Control Panel -> System -> Device Manager -> under the Univeral Serial Bus Controllers, stop & disable the APPLE MOBILE DEVICE USB Driver.
  4. After that run your redsn0w Jailbreak
  5. And you are good to go.
Some window PC hardware may experience this drivers conflict between redsn0w program and the apple Mobile device USB driver.
Remember to start & enable again after your jailbreak

Step by step:

1. First, you will need to download redsn0w via the link above

2. Next, you will need to go grab the appropriate iOS firmware for your device. (If you updated via iTunes, it’ll be in your iTunes directory..

3. Once you have downloaded the correct firmware and redsn0w, you are now ready to jailbreak.

4. After you launch redsn0w, you will be asked to browse and choose the custom firmware you downloaded in the previous step.

5. Next you’ll choose to install Cydia
6. And redsn0w will walk you through how to place your device in DFU mode. Just make sure you start this process with your device OFF.
7. Let your device do its thing
8. And you’re done!

In our experience, we’ve noticed this jailbreak seemed a bit buggy on the original iPad.

Cheers and have a good JB!!