RedTool or QuickFreedom?

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  1. The_Guitar_Hero

    The_Guitar_Hero New Member

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    Redtool or Quickfreedom? Which one is the best? Because most people would either use one or the other. So which is more reliable and has more options?
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    i prefer to do it manually without the gui
  3. mitchell209

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    That's not what he asked though. So I highly doubt he cares at all.

    And I'd go with redTool. It's easier to fix the bugs, since Chris is on a hell of a lot.
  4. litobro

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    redTool, i prefer it over quickfreedom. When jailbreaking, and being lazy, i use it to make the firmware in VMware, and then just do everything else manually on my mac.
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    RedTool, although I used unofficialsnow
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    QuickFreedom.
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    QuickFreedom provides no support
    and has /some/ bugs

    redTool works great 100% though
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    I used whichever link I found first

    and QuickFreedom was lucky number 1

    got it within a couple of tries, I got a couple errors at first but eventually got it.
    I'm sure either would suffice, I used Red Tool for my Tethered jailbreak before so both are reputable
  9. 48days

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    End result is the same, and afterwards I uninstall the program from my computer anyways so to me, I could really care less.
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    I had no success with redTool, though QuickFreedom did work.

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