Jailbreak 10.1.1

Project-zero has detailed instruction on a kernel exploit that is capable of jailbreaking iOS 10.1.1. Here’s a screenshot:

Jailbreak 10.1.1

Therefore, if you are looking to jailbreak manually, CLICK HERE. Instructions are detailed and if you follow them, you should be able to jailbreak your device.

As mentioned in our previous post, if you have updated to the latest iOS 10.2, this kernel exploit will not work. Please downgrade to 10.1.1 (still signed by Apple).

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iOS 10.2 Jailbreakers Avoid

According to multiple sources iOS 10.2 has closed all the kernel vulnerabilities that were available. If you have any hope to jailbreak your iDevice on iOS10, simply upgrade to the last version that appears to be jailbreakable which is 10.1.1. As of right now its still signed and its possible to downgrade if you made a mistake and jumped on 10.2.

iCloud bypass … is it?

I got really excited when news broke out that there was a way to iCloud bypass any iOS version via memory leak. Here is the process:

1. When you are asked to join a network, simply choose a new network and in the first field simply put many emojis into it. If you get around 100 in there, simply copy and paste until you feel that the phone has locked up.

2. When you feel the phone is locked simply hold the power button, and when asked to shutdown, click cancel

3. Then start swiping all over the screen. Anywhere. Go crazy.

4. That’s it, the password screen should crash and it should take you to the springboard. Problem is, when you get there you can’t do anything.

Is it really a iCloud bypass? Well, you are getting by one screen, but you are still locked out. I personally thought it was the real deal, but its not.

EDIT: The “iCloud bypass” has been patched in iOS 10.2b