Is Jailbreak Permanent?

Not at all, if you decided that jailbreak is not for you, all you have to do to remove it is to restore your device through iTunes and that will remove your jailbreak and Cydia from your device. If you have purchase a Not at all, if you decided that jailbreak is not for you, all you have to do to remove it is to restore your device through iTunes and that will remove your jailbreak and Cydia from your device.

When can i access the Members Zone?

As soon as you complete your payment, you will have instant access.

What Countries do you support?

Yes! With our Gold Membership you can have access to online chat with our technical support team. You can also request for a support technician to remotely connect to your PC or MAC and jailbreak your device for you, LIVE, while you watch!

What Countries do you support?

You can use our Jailbreak Membership in any country, from anywhere, anytime you want, as long as you have an internet connection!

What is baseband?

Baseband refers to the internal components of the iPhone that process phone calls and Internet access the phone s internal modem. It runs software separate from the main operating system OS that you will occasionally be prompted by your wireless service provider to download the latest update over the phone network. Click the

What is Firmware?

Firmware is computer programming stored in a semi-permanent state on a Read Only Memory (ROM) chip. Once installed, it remains in place even when power is turned off. It enables hardware to function properly and allows software applications to run on the hardware. It is called firmware because it’s not software (i.e., the programs that users run on the computer), but it’s also not hardware (the physical objects that make up the computer). On the iPhone, firmware is the set of operations and tools that sit between the hardware that the phone uses and the software that runs on the phone. It enables features, fixes bugs, and attends to the functioning of the phone. Periodically, Apple releases firmware updates to add new functionality to the iPhone, correct problems with it, and close security holes.

How do I restore the iPhone’s firmware to the version I want instead of the newest version in iTunes?

To choose the version hold down the shift key (option key on mac) and then select restore. This will open a window to allow you to choose a file location, select file to restore the iPhone.

Whats the difference between jailbreaking and unlocking?

Jailbreaking usually pertains to softwares and apps on the iPhone / any other phone which you jailbreak. By jailbreaking, you can actually run softwares and apps that are usually not allowed to run. You can install these apps because the jailbreak affects the firmware of the iPhone or the iDevice. This lets you install apps that are not on the App Store. This means, lots of control and freedom over what you download and what you install in your iPhone.

Unlocking is a totally different thing. It has a sole purpose – to let you use different carriers (SIM or network providers) on your iPhone. Technically, the iPhone can be run either on AT&T or on Verizon and that is dependent on which provider you go with. However, if you want to use the iPhone on any other service provider, you cannot do that without unlocking your phone. This applies to all mobile phones actually

What is an IMEI Number?

An IMEI number, otherwise known as the International Mobile Equipment Identity , is a unique number used to identify GSM, WCDMA, and iDEN mobile phones, including some satellite phones. Entering "*#06#" into the keypad will display your unique IMEI number. This is the number you will provide us in order to have your iPhone unlocked.

What s different about the iPhone 5?

On the outside the iPhone 5 s main difference is its taller thinner design. The display now measures 4 inches diagonally up from 3.5 inches which gives you an extra row of icons and more space for browsing apps and movies. Inside there s LTE support a faster A6 chip camera improvements and an extra microphone.