How To Jailbreak iOS 11.4 Beta 3, 11.3.1 Final Using Electra Without Computer [Hacks]

Here’s how one can jailbreak iOS 11.4 beta 3 or iOS 11.3.1 final without computer using Electra jailbreak tool.

Yes, that’s right and perfect solution right now. Not only we are going to explain how to jailbreak Apple’s iOS 11.4 beta 3 platform but also we’re going to prove how it can all be done on a device without having to sideload the Electra app using a com[uter and sign the IPA with Cydia Installer. Without further delay, let’s dive into the process.

You can jailbreak iOS 11.4 Beta 3 / iOS 11.3.1 Final without computer using TweakBox Electra app

Although this guide is compatible for both iOS 11.4 beta 3 and iOS 12-iOS 11.3.1 final versions. While Apple is still signing iOS 11.4 beta 3 for iPhone X, iPhone 8/Plus, and iPhone 7/Plus, you can restore to that firmware using iTunes and jailbreak your device using the steps below.

Want to download IPSW links of iOS 11.4 beta 3 in order to restore using iTunes? You can have it right here.

Step 1: First and foremost, on the iOS device in question, you’re going to need to head on over to the TweakBox link here:

Step 2: Once loaded in Safari on your iPhone or iPad, select the Apps option in the segmented control at the top of the site. Scroll down and select the TweakBox Apps option.

Step 3: Scroll down until you find an app called Electra 11.3.1 Multipatch (Proper) v1.0.3. This is that app you’re looking for will need yourself tap on it to continue. Once having read all the terms & conditions (corresponding info) in the package select Install and then Install again.

Step 4: Allow the process of installation to complete until you get the relevant app icon tickling on the Home screen of the device. Launch Settings and navigate to General > Profile(s) & Device Management. Select the profile associated with the Electra installation and make sure that you set it to be trusted.

Step 5: Launch the trusted Electra app and again, select the Jailbreak button assuming that Tweaks is set to the On position. If the process completed successfully, and if Cydia doesn’t appear to be on the device then simply repeat this step again and again. It will take up to two to three times to get Cydia on.

Step 6: Once the device reboots, you should see the Cydia icon but you will also need to open the Electra app up and select the Enable Jailbreak option to put the device back into a jailbroken state.

And there you have it! After the jailbreak re-enabled, you are able to head back to the device Home screen and launch Cydia in order to access everything that Cydia brings for you in the form of paid jailbreak tweaks and free apps, too.

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