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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Emmanuel Akor

How to uninstall iTra 11 jailbreak from iPhone or iPad

How to uninstall iTra 11 jailbreak from iPhone or iPad
The jailbreak area came to life again due to the fact that tools for new versions of iOS started coming out. This means that the number of users who first installed a jailbreak on their device increased, but later regretted their decision.
Perhaps the reason for the lack of stability or poor performance of tools. Unfortunately, it's not easy to remove jailbreak from the device.
However, this is not impossible. If you installed jailbreak Electra, and now want to remove it, we will help you. We'll talk about how this is done on a Windows PC. On the Mac, the process will be the same, you just need to use the Mac version and be able to work with Terminal and SSH. It's not that hard. If you have a PC with Windows, then you need to download the following programs:
Note: Before starting, remove all tweaks and jailbreak applications from your device via Cydia. If you were recovering to your version using future restore, do not use this method. Also, know that successful jailbreak removal is not guaranteed. If you do not want to risk, wait until CoolStar releases the SemiRestore update, which will greatly facilitate the process.

How to remove jailbreak Electra

Step 1: Open Cyberduck and establish a connection to your device with iOS by clicking  Open connection.
Step 2: Select the type of SFTP connection and enter the IP device from which you want to remove the jailbreak. You can find it in the Wi-Fi section of your device's Settings.
Step 3: Enter the username "root" and the password "alpine", if you have not changed the default password before.
Step 4: Click Connect, and then click Allow.
Step 5: Drag the unjailbreak.sh file to the Cyberduck window and confirm the move. After the completion of the process, you will not need the Cyberduck program.
Step 6: Now start PuTTY and re-enter the IP address of your device in the Host Name column, select SSH as the connection type. Click Open and select Yes from the pop-up windows.
Step 7: The SSH terminal will open, connected to your iOS device. Now you need to execute the command to remove jailbreak.
Step 8: In the PuTTY window, enter "bash ./unjailbreak.sh" and press Enter. The command will be executed.
Step 9: Follow the instructions in the window that will require you to press Enter. The device will need to enter the PIN at least once during the process.
Step 10: When the device restarts, jailbreak must be removed. After that, remove the Electra application, and you're done!
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Friday, January 5, 2018

Emmanuel Akor

Jailbreak G0blin for 64-bit devices with iOS 10.3.3 will be released soon

Sticktron is a developer who recently announced his intention to release another iOS 10.3.x jailbreak. Now he told more about the status of his instrument. The developer confirmed that he does not yet release his tool, as he "essentially copies jailbreak yalu103".
Jailbreak G0blin for 64-bit devices with iOS 10.3.3 will be released soon

Now in the field of jailbreaking is a lot of thanks to a large number of tools for 10 and iOS 11, as well as exploits Siguza and Ian Bir from Google.
This jailbreak uses the Siguza exploit and is designed for 64-bit devices with iOS 10.3.x.
The developer said that he created his tool based on the exploit "V0rtex", discovered by the talented hacker Siguza. He also confirmed that the only thing that prevents jailbreak is the "lack of access to root".
In addition, the developer promised to solve this problem and issue an IPA file as soon as possible. The tool will support Cydia and Substrate, which means that G0blin will be a full-fledged jailbreak.
The status of the tool is blin As you can know, blin is essentially a copy of jailbreak yalu 103 - it supports the same devices, but with 10.3 ( .x ). At the heart of the exploit is " rtex ", discovered by Siguza The only problem is that you do not have access to root.
I added Cydia support manually, so the application runs at 100%. Now I need to come up with something for the rest of the applications. I have a backup plan that I can use to release a jailbreak before I continue working on a permanent solution.

Sticktron managed to add support for Cydia itself so the application will work. When G0blin comes out publicly as an IPA file, it will be compatible with all 64-bit devices with iOS 10.3.3, except for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which are incompatible with the KPP workaround.
If you are interested in installing the G0blin tool right now, you must have some skills, because You will need to download the project from GitHub , create an IPA file from it and download it to the device via Xcode or Cydia Impactor. Or just wait for the public IPA.
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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Emmanuel Akor

Update of jailbreak H3lix for iOS 10.3.3 - iOS 10

A few days ago the developer and hacker tihmstar released a tool h3lix jailbreak 32-bit devices with iOS 10.3.3. Now he has released a new version of jailbreak with support for iOS 10.2 and bug fix iOS 10.0.2.
Update of jailbreak H3lix for iOS 10.3.3 - iOS 10

Below is the full update.
RC 4: Fixed bug patch amfi in iOS 10.0.2.
RC 3: added support for iOS 10.2, it starts only after 80 seconds of system operation, automatic cleaning of the Cydia cache .
RC2: The JavaScript bug has been fixed.
Jailbreak H3lix is semi-tied and is based on the exploit "v0rtex". You can download it via Cydia Impactor. After you download the IPA file to your device, it will need to be downloaded anew every 7 days if you have a free Apple ID. If you have a developer account, the validity period will last up to a year.
Now jailbreak supports the following 32-bit devices: iPhone 5, iPhone 5C and iPad 4 generations. On them, you can install a permanent jailbreak, since iOS 10.3.3 is the latest version of the system supported by these models.
A new version of the H3lix tool for iOS 10.3.3 can be downloaded from the official website .
In addition, the user Twitter iBSparkes wrote that he plans to release the jailbreak Meridian for 64-bit devices with iOS 10.3.3.
If you suddenly did not follow the news, then you should also mention the release of jailbreak LiberiOS for iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. More information about its installation you will find in our step-by-step instruction.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Emmanuel Akor

How to fix an infinite respring after the installation of jailbreak Electra for iOS 11

How to fix an infinite respring after the installation of jailbreak Electra for iOS 11
Jailbreak Electra is currently the best tool for iOS 11, but it also has its own problems.
One of the most unpleasant is endless respring. Typically, this problem occurs after installing something that is incompatible with the firmware of the device. Fortunately, it's pretty simple to solve.
Step 1: First, reboot your device.
Step 2: Now run the Electra application and make sure that the switch next to " Tweaks " is off. 
Step 3: Click the Jailbreak button.
Step 4: Now you need to open an application or program that allows you to access the file system of the device. As an example, you can use WinSCP for Windows or Cyberduck for Mac.
Step 5: After accessing the file system, delete the tweak that causes the problem. Usually, this is the last installed tweak, after which an endless respring began. After uninstalling, restart the device and open the Electra application again.
Step 6: Turn on the switch next to "Tweaks" and press the Jailbreak button again.
Step 7: Jailbreak should be activated again and work without problems until you again install a problem tweak.
Remember that it's always important to learn the tweaks that you install, as they may be incompatible with the version of your firmware. After installing incompatible tweaks, serious problems can begin that will not be so easy to solve. Stay attentive. A list of tweaks compatible with Electra jailbreak, you can find here.
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Emmanuel Akor

What should I do if Cydia does not appear after installing the Electra jailbreak?

What should I do if Cydia does not appear after installing the Electra jailbreak?
If you installed an Electra 1.0.2 jailbreak on your device, but the Cydia application did not appear, do not worry - you are not alone. Below we will talk about how to solve this problem.
The process consists in removing the jailbreak from the device, and then reinstalling it.
Requirements:
  • You need to remove all tweaks and themes from the device, including the Substitute.
  • If you made any changes with the help of Filza File Manager, etc., then they will need to be cancelled.
  • If you rollback with FutureRestore, DO NOT use this method.
  • On a PC or Mac, you need to install the Cyberduck program.
  • If you have a PC with Windows, install the PuTTY program.
  • Also, you need to download the Delectra script from here.

Instructions

Step 1: Open Cyberduck and establish a connection to your device with iOS by clicking  Open connection.
Step 2: Select the type of SFTP connection and enter the IP device from which you want to remove the jailbreak. You can find it in the Wi-Fi section of your device's Settings.
Step 3: Enter the username "root" and the password "alpine", if you have not changed the default password before.
Step 4: Click Connect, and then click Allow.
Step 5: Drag the unjailbreak.sh file to the Cyberduck window and confirm the move. After the completion of the process, you will not need the Cyberduck program.
Step 6: Now start PuTTY and re-enter the IP address of your device in the Host Name column, select SSH as the connection type. Click Open and select Yes from the pop-up windows.
Step 7: The SSH terminal will open, connected to your iOS device. Now you need to execute the command to remove the jailbreak.
Step 8: In the PuTTY window, enter "bash ./unjailbreak.sh" and press Enter. The command will be executed.
Step 9: Follow the instructions in the window that will require you to press Enter. The device will need to enter the PIN at least once during the process.
Step 10: When the device restarts, jailbreak must be removed. After that, uninstall the Electra application.
Step 11: Go to Settings> General> Reset> Erase content and settings.

Step 12: Now you can download the latest available version of Electra 1.0.2 and install the tool again.
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Friday, January 5, 2018

Emmanuel Akor

Download Meridian jailbreak for 64-bit devices iOS 10 - 10.3.3

Be warned that the tool is still in an early stage of development and may not work perfectly. Nevertheless, the left is another jailbreak for iOS 10 - 10.3.3. Below we explain how to download and install the Meridian on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Download Meridian jailbreak for 64-bit devices iOS 10 - 10.3.3

What is Meridian?

The Meridian  - analogue LiberiOS tool, but only for iOS 10. It was created by the developer and hacker Ben Sparks.
The instrument is based on an exploit «v0rtex» KPPless and method providing access to the «root» on devices with iOS 10 - 10.3.3. He's stable of previous applications and also supports the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus.
Cydia does not yet support the new tool since it does not update came Substrate. We recommend to use the jailbreak yet «g0blin», because with him running Cydia.

warnings:

  • We recommend to wait for more stable updates. Install an earlier version of jailbreak only if you - the developer.
  • Remember that the application is still at an early stage of development and may not work on some devices malfunction.
  • Filza until it does not work.

Which devices support Meridian?

The new tool supports 64-bit devices. They are listed below.
iPhone 
  • iPhone 5s
  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s
  • iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
iPad
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad Pro
  • iPad mini 2
  • iPad mini 3
  • iPad mini 4
iPod
  • iPod touch 6
firmware
Below is a list of all the supported versions of iOS, but the developer has not yet tested your instrument with versions below iOS 10.3 recommend to wait for the update.
  • 10
  • 10.1
  • 10.2
  • 10.3
  • 10.1
  • 10.1.1
  • 10.2
  • 10.2.1
  • 10.3
  • 10.3.1
  • 10.3.2
  • 10.3.3

Download Jailbreak MERIDIAN

requirements

  • 64-bit iPhone, iPad or iPod.
  • Firmware iOS 10 - 10.3.3.
  • Computer with macOS, Linux or Windows.
  • Program Cydia Impactor.

How to install the jailbreak Meridian 

Step 1:  Launch Cydia Impactor, which can be downloaded here.
Step 2:  Connect your device to your computer and make sure that the Impactor tool detects it.
Step 3: Download the Meridian IPA  on the link provided above. Drag it to the desktop.
Step 4:  Drag this file to Cydia Impactor box.

Step 5:  Then, enter your Apple ID and password.
Step 6:  Wait for the installation process. When the application appears on the home screen, disconnect the device from the computer.
Step 7:  Open the Settings app and go to  General> Profiles and device management, and ensure that the application is displayed under your Apple ID.
Step 8:  Now open the app Meridian.
Step 9:  Press the  « ! Go » .

Step 10: Wait, until the setting is complete. After that, the message «your device has been freed». If the message «exploit failed», restart the application.
Step 11:  Restart the device, and will appear on the home screen Cydia application.
Step 12:  the Cydia can also be set manually via SSH. That all worked out, it is necessary to use port 2222 . Run the following command: 
tar -xf /meridian/dpkg.tar -C /
It installs on your device «dpkg», and you will be able to open the Cydia app.
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