When you are searching for custom firmware for A5 devices such as the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2 it was hard to go past the brilliance of the Pwnage tool. As far as I know the Pwnage tool was the first tool that came out for A5 devices which would allow people to keep the baseband. Now of course you can use  the Sn0wbreeze custom firmware as well if you wish. It all depends what firmware you are running on your device. That said, you need to be careful with simply heading over to the settings panel and updating to the latest iOS 6.1.3 as there is currently no Evasi0n jailbreak out for this. If you did already upgrade to iOS 6.1.3 luckily the team over at Sn0wbreeze managed to come up with a solution so that you can jailbreak it. This is the guide to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 with Sn0wbreeeze.

If you are looking for custom firmware for A5 devices we have a whole bunch in our firmware section.

If you are looking to update your firmware to iOS 5.1.1 the Gevey Ultra S Sim is a great way to do it. The reason being is because it does not require a certain baseband to get the job done. If you want this kind of custom firmware click here.

If that is not your thing there are some great tools you can use to create custom firmware such as the Pwnage tool, Redsn0w and Sn0wbreeze. The custom firmware is popular because they let users create it and preserve the baseband.

A lot of people search for custom firmware when in fact what they are looking for is a jailbreak guide for their firmware. If this applies to you then you’ll be interested in checking out the entries below.

The Absinthe custom firmware was released in early 2012. If this is the custom firmware you want to try we have the guide here for you to do so.

If you are running iOS 6 then Evasi0n is more your thing for you. If you would like to check out Evasi0n we have numerous guides on it depending on which exact firmware you are running. The simplest thing to do would be to run through our Jailbreak section for the right guide for you. If you are unsure about which firmware you have running on the A5 device, simply navigate to the settings app, followed by general and then software. Inside here will show you which exact firmware you are currently running. Or subsequently, if you just want the original Evasi0n iOS 6 jailbreak then click here.

The result is a mixture of custom firmware for the A5 devices because you also have to look at what firmware you are currently running in order to change-up to the custom firmware.