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Greenpois0n RC5 Untethered Jailbreak will Allow Custom Animated iPhone Boot Logo [Video]

As we know Greenpois0n RC5 untethered jailbreak which is going to be released soon will support iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad, iPod touch 2G, iPod touch 3G, and iPod touch 4G. Now we came to know Greenpois0n RC5 untethered jailbreak will allow custom animated iPhone boot logo. A video which published by Chronic dev team member Jaywalker9988 and westbaer shows animated greenpois0n logo. This animation will be available via Cydia.


We have already posted that GreenPois0n RC5 include two new features such as verbose boot and custom boot logos. Verbose boot feature will allow you to see the boot up process. You should note that currently GreenPois0n RC5 will not work with iOS 4.3. Well, We are expecting GreenPois0n RC5 will release after the release of iOS 4.3. You can watch the video posted by Jaywalker9988 and westbaer embedded below.


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