Jailbreak iOS 10.2 Yalu received support iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPhone 5s and 64-bit iPad models
Developer Luke Todesco updated the official jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2 for native support for new devices. Now take advantage of the Yalu by the owners of iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPod touch sixth generation, as well as several iPad models.
Initially Yalu102 was claimed to support the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE iPad Pro. Sunday released the second beta version of the software solution compatible with a large list of devices. In particular, now iOS 10.2 is available to owners of iPhone 6s, iPhone SE iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPod Touch 6G, iPad Pro and iPad mini.
Thus, in essence, we are talking about support all the 64-bit Apple devices except the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. As before, to jailbreak using Yalu can only owners of devices on iOS 10.2 and earlier.
Hacker said that iOS 10.2 Yalu102 is still in the testing phase, so the work hacked gadgets can fail. Users who have updated to iOS 10.2.1, you can now go back to 10.2 and iOS to perform the jailbreak. The rollback instructions posted at this link. It is also recommended to save SHSH Blobs for iOS 10.2, it can be done on this instruction.
Download the new version Yalu102 to jailbreak iOS 10.2 at this link. How to jailbreak iOS 10.2 on Windows and Mac, we are told here.
Updated: shortly after the release Yalu102 beta 2, developers have released a series of updates for the jailbreak exploit. So, almost immediately released the third beta version that has fixed the problem of the stability of the connection to the Apple Watch, and also added the patch nonceEnabler.
Then within hours came the fourth and fifth beta that adds patches “task_for_pid 0″ and nonceEnabler. The sixth beta version Yalu102 with correction of detected errors.
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