There are lot of ways to jailbreak iOS devices but all are long procedures that take a lot of time and you need to connect it to a computer to jailbreak, to some it may seem like high level hacking Stuff. But all this has changed as some very smart people have figured out a way how you can jailbreak your iPhone, iPad and iPod running iOS 4.3.3 in just one click or maybe three.
Adding to JailbeakMe’s advantages is its compatibility, since it works with every device on the face of the earth (running firmware 4.3.3), including the iPhone 4 and the iPad 2 (3G, CDMA & WiFi models). Support for iOS 4.3.1, 4.3.2 and 4.2.1 will be added later. iOS 5 betas are not supported.
Before we Start here is what you need to know
Your iOS Device should be on iOS 4.3.3 (iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4G, iPad, iPad2), if its not on 4.3.3 Connect your device with the computer, do a backup, press upgrade and then restore from back up.
Your device should not already be jailbroken
If you don’t do it right(Its not easy to go wrong) your phone could blow you away. No just kidding 😉
Step 1: Launch Safari Browser on your iOS device and type http://jailbreakme.com in the browser.
Step 2: Just like in the app store you will see an option that read Free, click it
Step 3: Again, just like in the app store you will see the option that reads Install, press it and just like the app store the cydia icon will appear on the Home screen after safari Automatically closes.
Step 4: After Cydia is Installed restart your device then click on the Cydia icon and choose user if you are new to Jailbreaking world and if you are not then you know your way around
If you’re new to the jailbreaking world, this can be a perfect way to get started. This method first surfaced in the fall of 2007 as an effective jailbreak for iOS 1.1.1 (those were the days). It relied on a PDF exploit, just like the version that was released today (although, of course, a different exploit). If you’ve ever jailbroken any iOS device using a previous version of JailbreakMe, you’ll be able to do it just as easily using version 3.0, since the method is exactly the same.
Despite its simplicity, it’s important to stress that this method enables a fully-featured untethered jailbreak, there are no caveats. And since everything is done on the OS side, there’s no limit on what kind of hardware it can support, at least until the specific PDF exploit this relies on gets patched (which it likely will pretty quickly, possibly with iOS 5 Beta 3 or iOS 4.3.4). If you’re planning to stick with iOS 4, however, you should be pretty safe for a while.
If you need any help, run into a error and just stuck somewhere, where just post it in the comment section below.