This iOS 10 / 10.1.1 jailbreak FAQ should definitely help fix Cydia crashes, errors, Facetime or iMessage not working among other issues.
As you all know by now an Italian hacker by name Luca Todesco has released a new way of jailbreaking solution, called Yula + Mach_Portal iOS 10 / 10.1.1 jailbreak exploit.
Here’s step by step guide on how to jailbreak iOS 10 and iOS 10.1.1 on supported devices using the released Yalu jailbreak and Cydia Impactor. We now have a functioning and publicly accessible jailbreak solution for Apple’s 64-bit devices running iOS 10-iOS 10.1.1.
Compatible devices can now not only be liberated and offered freedom from Apple’s strongly walled ground, but can also be interacted with Cydia and download those beautiful and highly sought after jailbreak apps, tweaks, and extensions. Now that a question tickles on which packages and tweaks actually offer compatibility with those iOS 10.1.1 devices?
The long-awaited and anticipated release of jailbreak solution for iOS 10.x.x is finally here, but like previous jailbreaks, comes with its own baggage of questions given the fact that we come a long way since last public jailbreak was made available.
As a beta jailbreak, not everything will work right away. Developers must also be hard at work in trying to update existing packages and tweaks to offer full compatibility with the latest jailbreak released now. Should be in work releasing new ones given the host of new features that iOS 10.1.1 comes packing with.
Which devices does iOS 10 jailbreak support?
Apple’s 64-bit devices obviously are officially supported by this latest jailbreak.
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPad Pro
Support for 64-bit devices will be added in future updates. 32-bit devices are not supported at this moment.
What versions of iOS 10 does the jailbreak support?
- iOS 10.1 or iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
- iOS 10.0.1 – iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPad Pro
What to say about this latest public jailbreak solution, which is actually being offered for the platforms that we would expect. That means there’s compatibility with Mac, Windows and Linux systems when using Cydia Impactor.
Reason behind this latest jailbreak currently in beta stage is that it is a very early build in its development lifecycle. It’s currently in a very early release stage, and as such contains a number of bugs and issues that could be problematic. At this moment, the jailbreak is idially intended to be used by developers, but can be utilized by anyone with the right knowledge and skills, albeit at their own risk.
No, when you think that this jailbreak fully untethered. It’s semi-untethered like Pangu’s iOS 9.3.x jailbreak where you will need to put your device back into jailbreak mode after every reboot.
Of course, Yes! Cydia does indeed work and is accessible on the jailbroken device as far as you are following the perfect steps to install. The only thing you much keep in your mind is that, you will have to put your device back into jailbreak mode after every reboot in order to access jailbreak apps, such as Cydia, and other tweaks. In case, if you don’t enter jailbreak mode and try to access Cydia and other jailbreak packages, they will crash.
Does Cydia Substrate work?
Officially, no. What this really mean to those popular tweaks which make use of Substrate will not work on this jailbreak, at least not yet. When you try to force-run them. This is beta jailbreak for a reason now.
With that said, those tweaks which doesn’t rely on Substrate should work provided they are compatible with iOS 10. The only downside of any newly released jailbreak is that developers of best packages, extensions and tweaks really haven’t had the time that they would have liked to ensure that their tools are up to date and perfectly compatible with Apple’s iOS 10 platform.
Thankfully, the jailkbreak community has put together a crowdsourced list of packages and extensions on Google Docs in order to try and show which ones offer full compatibility with the jailbroken firmware, and which ones offer partial compatibility.
This is continuously updated resource, meaning you should be referring to its continually to see if any new packages have been added to the compatibility list. Checked before you actually take the jump and install something as this could cause bigger problems with your device than you’re actually prepared to deal with.
The fully updated compatibility list for iOS 10-10.1.1 jailbreak tweaks can be seen below.
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