Now that nitoTV has been released Apple TV jailbreaking is more powerful than it’s ever been. And with tvOS 10.2.2 still being signed, Apple TV 4 users can downgrade, jailbreak with greeng0blin, and experience it now. But should you?
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.
A lot has happened in the last couple of months, with a proliferation of tools unlike anything we’ve seen before. It can be hard to stay on top of the current situation and to discern the important differences between the offerings, so we’ve rounded it all up for you.
The clock is ticking on signing for iOS 11.1.1/11.1.2 and tvOS 11.0/11.1, so the pressure is on to save blobs for those firmwares, as well as to possibly restore to them. This doesn’t apply to everyone though, so check out our advice on the topic!
Update: tvOS 11.1 and iOS 11.1.2 are now unsigned. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTORE TO THEM!
This is a simple, stable, and foolproof way of stopping iOS from updating. It not only prevents the update itself, but also the downloading of the update in the background, and the endless pop-ups too.