It’s finally here! nitoTV, the “Cydia of Apple TV”, has just had its initial release. With a wide range of firmwares supported and a stable experience, it seems the tvOS jailbreak revolution has begun.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to use Extender: Reloaded (formerly Extender Installer) to modify Saurik’s Cydia Extender, allowing you to automatically re-sign your jailbreak app on-device. No more 7-day signing, no more computer required!
There’s now a way to avoid re-signing your jailbreak app every 7 days with a computer. Extender: Reloaded (formerly Extender Installer) modifies Saurik’s Cydia Extender, and allows auto-resigning of the jailbreak app on-device.
Today saw the release of an updated version of jk9357’s 32-bit jailbreak tool for iOS 9. The jailbreak, which is named Home Depot, was first released several weeks ago with support for a smattering of devices on various firmwares, and we wrote a piece about its launch at the time.
The updated version is labelled Release Candidate 1, indicating its increasing compatibility and proximity to a final iteration.
Update: RC 1 had an issue that would cause Cydia to fail to install. All users please download RC 2 instead.
Are you are stuck on iOS 10.2.1 or higher, having missed the iOS 10.2 signing window and therefore the Yalu jailbreak? If so, you may be in luck today, provided you have the correct setup. Early reports have come in that some devices are creating nonce collisions on iOS 10.3 b1, providing an indirect route back to iOS 10.2 through Prometheus.
For this clever workaround to come off, you must have a device which produces collisions, namely the iPhone 5s or (possibly, though not confirmed on iOS 10.3 b1), an iPad Air. If you do, you may be able to downgrade from iOS 10.2.1 to iOS 10.2 and jailbreak, by first downloading and installing iOS 10.3 beta 1, and then downgrading to iOS 10.2 using futurerestore.