Step away from these Fake Unlock and Jailbreak websites

Beware of Fake jailbreak and unlock services in the internet! This is as important as you love to jailbreak your device. There are many services that promises to provide jailbreak and unlock solutions at the cost of hefty dollars. If not money, then they return some malicious attack on your device. For instance, below are the few sites that claim to jailbreak iOS 6.1.4 or even downgrade iOS 6 to iOS 5. As we all know that, these are not possible yet.

Thanks to the iPhone wiki, who has provided the list of fake jailbreak and unlock websites. Here are the few examples. Survey scam Survey scam Survey scam Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $24.95 asking for donations to publish a non-existent jailbreak Survey scam Forwards to Sells unspecified tool for $49.99 Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $29.95 Sells unspecified tool for $27.00 Survey scam, all set up in advance for iOS 7 Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $29.95 per month Sells an unspecified tool for $29.99 Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $14.95 Sells an unspecified tool for $9.95 or $29.95 Copy of pod2g’s blog and all the other sites/people offering similar stuff Scam – It sells PurpleRestore and other internal tools at high price promising they’ll allow to downgrade any device/firmware and to install any firmware on any device (e.g. iOS 6.1.3 on iPhone 3G). Survey scam Survey scam, text is ripped from Dev-Team Blog Survey scam, copy of Dev-Team Blog Sells an unspecified tool for $20 Survey scam
Fake jailbreak sites

Fake jailbreak sites

You will not believe me, there are many such sites and here’s the full list.

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