Q1: How long have you guys been developing the 4.1 jailbreak ?
Q2: How many people are working on the 4.1 Jailbreak ?> In some sense, years! Many of the tools, methods, and concepts carry over from one jailbreak to the next. But as far as the stuff that's brand new and unique to this jailbreak, things really picked up on the day that @pod2g got his SHAtter exploit and payload working ( @Pod2G )
> Including both teams and independent contributors who belong to neither team, about 8-10 people are working on the unique aspects of this jailbreak.Q3: Will the 4.1 jailbreak be 4.2 compatible ?
> If it's not already compatible by the time 4.2 comes out, it can likely be made to be compatible. (But nothing is ever 100% predictable.)Q4: Are you guys waiting for the 4.2 GM Build to be released till you drop the new jailbreak ?
Q5: How can the readers help the dev team ?> Nope! There are parts of it that aren't fully worked out yet. The goal is to make it easy and safe enough for most people to use...especially ultrasn0w unlockers (who have the most to lose if the JB process goes wrong).
> By continuing to not promote piracy, and being vigilent about the scam websites (especially the scam unlock sites).
Q6: Will the new jailbreak support previous firmware ? ie 4.0 or 3.x
Q7: With all the fake 4.1 jailbreak news floating around the internet ? How do you know which tools are fake or real ?> That's not the goal...if that happens it will be as a side effect.
> The fake sites really flourish when the demand builds up for a new jailbreak. It's happened time and time again, so it's unlikely that will ever change. But the team blogs and team twitter accounts are obviously the most reliable sources for when new tools are actually pushed out.Q8: Any word on release date ? ;) j/k
> Hah :)