iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak May Be Released Soon. A few days back well-known hacker Luca Todesco and security researcher had warned jailbreakers to avoid upgrading to iOS 10.2 as Apple had made it even more difficult to jailbreak it by patching several vulnerabilities.
For jailbreakers who have been eagerly waiting for a jailbreak that was crushing blow. However, we finally have some good news. Todesco has announced that he may release an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak soon.
Todesco has said that he may not be able to release a jailbreak before the iOS 10.1.1 signing window closes, so if you have upgraded to iOS 10.2, then you may want to downgrade back to iOS 10.1.1 to prepare for the jailbreak.
Ostatnio edytowano 22 gru 2016, 04:54 przez robertk572, łącznie edytowano 2 razy
Pomyliles sie. Dzis zostal opublikowamy Yalu-iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak.
-"You can now download Yalu, the first ever iOS 10 / 10.1.1 jailbreak that has just been made public for iPhone 7, 6s and iPad Pro. Dubbed “yalu + mach_portal”, as of right now, it is important to note that this is a beta release, meaning it might have all sort of bugs and teething issues.
The supported firmwares and devices are also limited, though future releases are said to add support for more firmware versions and iOS devices. The jailbreak is also not of fully untethered variety. It’s semi-untethered, like Pangu’s iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. Currently, only iPhone 7 running iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1, and iPhone 6s and iPad Pro running any version of iOS 10.x (pre-iOS 10.2) are supported by the jailbreak.
If you are on iOS 10.2, you are out of luck for now as Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.1.1, meaning there’s no way to downgrade to iOS 10.1.1 from iOS 10.2. If you saved your SHSH2 blobs for iOS 10.1.1 while Apple was still signing the firmware, you should be able to upgrade to iOS 10.1.1 from your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 device once Prometheus tool is available to download".
A free or developer Apple ID. You can register for a free Apple ID from appleid.apple.com. Latest version of iTunes.
A computer running either Windows or macOS. Step 1: Connect supported iPhone or iPad to your computer using a Lightning/USB cable.
Step 2: Make a complete backup of your data using iTunes which you can return to in case anything goes wrong during or after jailbreak.
Step 3: Disable Passcode/Touch ID on your device from Settings > Touch ID & Passcode.
Step 4: Disable Find My iPhone on your device from Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone.
Step 5: Launch Cydia Impactor.
Step 6: Drag and drop the Yalu IPA file on Cydia Impactor.
Step 7: Enter your Apple ID when Cydia Impactor prompts for it.
Step 8: Now wait for Cydia Impactor to install the jailbreak app onto your device.
Step 9: Once installed, disconnect your device from computer and head to Settings > General > Profile(s) & Device Management or General > Device Management and hit Trust and then Trust again on the certificate you used to install this jailbreak app.
Step 10: Now launch the “mach_portal” jailbreak app from the Home screen and wait 10 to 15 seconds for it to do its thing. It will basically show a white screen, and then close itself, after which Cydia will show up on the Home screen.
If Cydia doesn’t show up on the Home screen, reboot or hard reboot your device and it should be there.
That’s it! Your device is now jailbroken with Cydia installed.
As mentioned earlier, since this is a semi-untethered jailbreak, it means you will have to put your device in jailbreak mode after every reboot. To do this, simply repeat the Step 10 above to get into jailbroken state again".
If you want to try out the latest version of Cydia as a beta install for iOS 10.1.x on your jailbroken device, then you can do so by following the instructions below. Be warned that this beta release is meant for iOS 10 users only.
Step 2: Once this source is added, wait for Cydia to refresh and show you the available new upgrades. Once done, it will show you three new upgrades available which are related to this new version of Cydia, namely Cydia Installer, Debian Packager, and Tape Archive.
Step 3: Now simply install these three new upgrades available in Cydia.
And that should be all that you need to do to get up and running with the 64-bit version of Cydia, version 1.1.28, on a jailbroken iOS 10.1.x device. Remember, this version of Cydia, like the jailbreak itself, is very much in a beta form, meaning issues should be expected.
iOS security researcher and jailbreak developer Luca Todesco has confirmed that Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak should now work with TSMC powered iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus as well as the smaller 4-inch iPhone SE, after another developer, whose fix is being endorsed by Luca, came out with a workable solution for the aforementioned devices. It's still a beta JB.