Last Sunday, the infamous underground trio of the iPhone Dev Team, Chronic Dev Team and pod2G began offering a jailbreak solution for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 users.
Unfortunately for those with A5 iOS devices, the untethered jailbreak tools required OS X.
Today, the “Absinthe” tool is available for Windows users.
The Verge reports:
“…the iPhone Dev Team has announced its command-line interface tool is now ready for download. The tool uses the same system as Absinthe to jailbreak, but allows users to go through the motions step-by-step, with the aim being to isolate any bugs that occur during the process. The team intends to update its GUI-based application, redsn0w “once all the bugs in the flow are worked out…”
Users who want to jailbreak their iPhone 4S or iPad 2 can use Absinthe which will rely on the Chronic Dev Team’s servers via a VPN tunnel. Because of this, there is no guarantees your jailbreaking will be successful the first time.