With the release of iOS 11.1 beta 2 have come a new bunch of emoji, like “sandwich” and “mind blown”. This guide will show you how to get them on your jailbroken device, without updating for the privilege.
Developer tihmstar has released an untethered jailbreak for 32-bit devices called EtasonJB. After overcoming some initial teething troubles, we’re now ready to recommend it to those who want to try it.
Now that tihmstar’s untether for the iOS 9.1-9.3.4 jailbreak is relatively stable, it needs offsets to support all devices and firmwares. This guide will show you how to find offsets for your devices. This will help the community, and as a bonus, untether your own jailbreak at the same time!
Security researcher Adam Donenfeld has released his long-awaited kernel exploit, which works on all 64-bit devices on firmwares up to and including iOS 10.3.1. Whilst not a full jailbreak by itself, it could form the core of one in the days to come.
Although you should stay away from it for now, there is now a rudimentary untethered jailbreak for 32-bit devices on iOS 9.1-9.3.4. This article goes through everything you need to know about tihmstar’s new UntetherHomeDepot.
Good news for owners of the iPod touch (5th generation), Apple TV (3rd generation), iPad mini, and iPad 2 (iPad2,4). The posting of decryption keys for these devices means eligibility for all sorts of 32-bit downgrade and dual-boot tools.
Both Yalu and extra_recipe bundle an SSH client called Dropbear instead of OpenSSH. However, neither support SSH over WiFi out of the box, nor do they include the necessary commands for copying files to and from your iOS device. This guide will show you how to remove both of these limitations.