Just before the launch of iOS 10.3.3 h3lix semi-untethered jailbreak, the developer of the Saigon and Houdini has released the much-awaited iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak to testers. Here are the details you need to know.
The newly released iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak has been listed on GitHub and is strictly meant for developers only at the moment.
Abraham Masri, the technician behind the Saigon jailbreak and a semi-untethered Houdini jailbreak, has utterly pushed this latest work out into the public domain. The hack that brought semi-jailbreak experience to iPhone, has released the anticipated iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak.
By utilizing Ian Beer’s async_wake exploit, considering work by xerub, and binaries, libraries by the likes of Jonathan Levin and CoolStar, Masri has been literally able to release a developer only jailbreak solution for iOS 11.1.2 called to.panga.
First of all, it’s definitely worth pointing that the developer himself has stressed that this jailbreak is purely meant for developers, intended to be used and understand what’s going on behind-the-scenes where a jailbreak solution is concerned. Otherwise, who really want to build on the initial work to make something more stable and usable.
However, the original post which announced the jailbreak confirmed that Masri had “implemented a ‘jailbreak’ type of daemon that injects processes that Cydia uses“. But again, it’s “not perfect but partially works.”
The To.Panga jailbreak supports iOS 11.0 – 11.1.2. Masri has also revealed the facts and admits that John Levin’s who is also working on an iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak, is using a better approach, so you may want to wait for him to release the untethered jailbreak.
The upcoming iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak appears to be better and seems to concede that this isn’t going to be a full and final jailbreak unless some significant work is done on the code. In fact, he has also shown screenshots of Cydia loading information and data, which you can see below, confirming that dpkg does “partially work” and that anyone using the to.panga jailbreak shouldn’t try and remove any system packages using Cydia as they could find themselves in a tricky situation.
And it has warned developers to avoid removing system packages. Also, Cydia isn’t fully functionally on 64-bit-only iOS 11 until and unless Saurik pushes out an updated version.
With multiple users claiming that the process doesn’t actually manage to return a success on various 64-bit devices running iOS 11.1.2. Based on the comments in the Reddit thread, it seems users were able to use To.Panga to jailbreak their iOS device but it hasn’t worked for everyone. It’s for the reason that it’s highly advisable to stay away from the solution for now if you aren’t an accomplished developer looking for an additional insight into this process.
What we would suggest is waiting for either John Levin to release the official iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak, or wait for To.Panga to become more stable. It is still exciting to see the iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak released. Levin has also provided an ETA, but his iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak should be released soon.
You can visit the official GitHub page to know about the to.panga project, including downloading the project if you want to give it a try. Please note that it is strictly meant for developers at the moment. Remember, there’s no easy way to install it either for general consumers.
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