Re-Jailbreak iOS 10.2 Yalu102 After Reboot, Here’s How

This how to guide helps you re-jailbreak yalu102 iOS 10.2 jailbreak on your iPhone or iPad after reboot and put it back into jailbreak mode. Since yalu102 is a semi-untethered jailbreak solution, you will definitely need to do it again and again once you reboot your device.

If you’ve taken the opportunity to jailbreak your compatible 64-bit iOS device running iOS 10.2 using the latest yalu102 jailbreak, then you will need to know how to re-jailbreak that iPhone or iPad when it goes through the inevitable process of a reboot or being powered down.

Remind you about, like most recent jailbreaks, yalu102 is not fully untethered jailbreak solution, meaning it needs to be put back into jailbreak mode after the jailbroken device is rebooted. Right way you can do it.

Step 1: Once you’re back from a full reboot, or a total power down of the device, you are going to need to take a few steps to get back into a jailbroken state. On the Home screen of your liberated device, could be your iPhone or an iPad, you’ll have an app icon called “yalu102”. Like any other app, tap on this icon to launch it and wait for it to open.

Step 2: When the app opens, you may get an alert in the form of pop up on the display that informs you of the app slowing down your device. This is normal. Simply tap on “OK” to continue.

Step 3: With that start alert dismissed, now tap on the “go” button in the middle of the otherwise blank white user interface of yalu102. Once tapped, wait for a few seconds for the app to do its work.


Step 4: That app will now likely alert you with “Storage Almost Full” message, which you can just dismiss, after which it will respring your device. When the device comes back to live, you will find that Cydia is now located on the Home screen.


That’s it! A successful re-jailbreak after a successful reboot or restart of the jailbroken device. Get all the access points that you normally would, including all settings, data, apps and tweaks, but only remember that you need to go through the whole process every time a reboot occurs.

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