Start jailbreak 6.0 using RedSn0w
I know that there is nothing new related to the release of iOS 6. Everybody is familiar with the current release of the beta version of iOS 6. Until now, there were four versions released in order to fix all problems and issues. Until the fixed version will be released on the market for the public use, Apple developers want to set all things clear. In this way, they will avoid any further problem. Moreover, they released these beta versions in order to give time for developers to fix their packages and to prepare them for the new version of iOS.
However, everybody is free to upgrade their A4 devices to iOS 6 beta 4 just to see what this new version brings us. I want to mention though that the iOS 6 beta is only for developers. Ordinary users will find it pretty complicated and useless. In the same time, developers have prepared a jailbreak tool, namely RedSn0w, in order to have full access to files and packages within the operating system. If you want to jailbreak, all you have to do is to download RedSn0w and start jailbreak 6.0. There is no need to say that before you do this, you have to upgrade to iOS 6. In addition, before jailbreak 6 starts, you should protect your files by creating a back up using the iTunes account. In this way, you will know that if something wrong happens during the process, you will be safe. After you download the software, you must connect your device to your computer. Then, you have to put your device in the DFU mode. After this, you may hit the jailbreak button. Jailbreak 6 will start and it will take a while. In this time, you have to leave your device as it is. The next step is to place your device in the DFU mode again and press the Just boot button. Now, you should have a brand new jailbroken iOS device that is ready to be used.
Remember that jailbreak 6 is still a tethered jailbreak only. You will have to repeat the whole process each time your device runs out of battery. In the same time, you will not get Cydia Store on your device. Due to some problems and because of the fact that it is still a tethered jailbreak, Cydia is currently unavailable.