PS4 6.72 Jailbreak released by Sleirsgoevy
PS4 6.72 Jailbreak released, a bit hard to start so far but works
PS4 Developer Sleirsgoevy has released a fully working Jailbreak for PS4 6.72, relying on the Kernel exploit revealed by THeFlow a few days ago.
The jailbreak has been reported to work, although we haven’t tested ourselves yet. Early reports say the Jailbreak works as expected, but that you might have to try up to a dozen times for it to start properly.
The Jailbreak ships with Mira, which embeds a homebrew enabler. This release should basically let you do everything you expect from a Jailbroken PS4, from homebrew to, yes, piracy.
This release is exclusively for firmware 6.72. For people who are on 5.05 or lower, for now it is advised to stay on the 5.05 exploit, which is, as of now, more stable.
For people who are on a firmware above 5.0x, but below 6.72, whether you update or not is up to you. In order to launch this exploit you need to be on 6.72, so to do that you’d need to update, but it might be worth waiting a few days until the dust settles. In any case, if you want to update, Zecoxao has shared a link to the 6.72 update here.
This is still a work in progress, and as a reminder SpecterDev is still working on his own implementation of the 6.72 PS4 exploit. Whether he’ll have something more stable, or people will attempt to improve stability of Sleirsgoevy’s version, we’ll have to wait and see.
Download and use PS4 6.72 jailbreak
You need to be on firmware 6.72 for the exploit to run. If you want to host the PS4 Jailbreak yourself, you can get it from the developer’s gihtub at https://github.com/sleirsgoevy/ps4jb. You will need to host it on a local server, and access the index.html page from your PS4 browser. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you might be better off pointing your PS4 browser to one of the many hosted versions of the exploit, for example:
Remember that running a Jailbreak on your PS4 gives you access to tools that could permanently break your console. Do not run anything when you do not trust the place hosting the code, or when you do not understand what the tool does.
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