Here’s a guide on how to enter Substrate Safe Mode to fix iOS 10.2 issues after jailbreak on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to enter Substrate Safe Mode to fix software issues after jailbreaking your iOS 10.2 compatible device using Yalu102 jailbreak tool. With the help of instructions in this guide you will be able to boot your device into the jailbreak mode to uninstalling faulty jailbreak tweaks that might cause boot loop issues on your device which result in your device getting reboot repeated on a loop.
Thanks to developers over there at Saurik who have released Substrate Safe Mode update that works with latest Yalu102 jailbreak for iOS 10.2 for iPhone and iPad. The reason why having the ability to go into Safe mode on your jailbroken device is important is because it prevents your device from getting crashed or facing serious issues by actively preemptively and entering it straight into the safe mode before the damage is done to your device.
For this to work, your device must be jailbroken via Yalu iOS jailbreak latest release version for selected devices running on iOS 10.2 firmware version. There is no doubt that jailbreaking an iOS device open up a whole new world of customization and performance enhancement tools for the users of iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. But, on the other end, it’s not without its fair share of issues. Things can start to go south when you install an incompatible jailbreak exploit, half-baked jailbreak tool, tweaks, solution, or app, or might have run a tool that’s not meant for your device model. In such cases, known how to enter Substrate Safe Mode on iOS 10.2 after jailbreaking can stop further potentially dangerous issues from surfacing on your device.
How To Enter Substrate Safe Mode On iOS 10 After Jailbreak To Fix Issues
Substrate Safe Mode is an extremely helpful tool that can help restore your device back to normal by putting an end to error that keep occurring on a jailbroken device from time to time, and in some case, by acting swiftly to deal with the issue even before it gets the chance to pose a danger to your device’s performance.
Substrate Safe Mode comes built-in into the jailbreak solution to deal with potentially harmful errors and performance effecting issues on a jailbroken device. Once your manage to enter your device into the Substrate Safe Mode, you can use it to debug tweaks and jailbreak packages for clearing problems in them, which in turn saves you a lot of time and effort which would otherwise have been wasted on jailbreaking your device all over again. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial to help you to understand the process of entering your device into the Substrate Safe Mode after iOS 10.2 jailbreak.
Before starting, it’s recommended that you use latest Substrate Safe Mode v0.9.6000 which offers extra support for yalu102 jailbreak.
1 – If you have already rebooted your jailbroken device which was experiencing issues to solve the issue, it means the jailbreak is already lost because yalu102 jailbreak is semi-tethered and loses its status after a full reboot, prompting users to re-jailbreak their iOS device after reboot. However, if you haven’t rebooted your device yet, then reboot it now to make sure its in non-jailbreak state.
2 – Once rebooted, run the Yalu102 jailbreak app from the home screen of your device.
3 – Now, in the Yalu102 app, tap on the go button. Normally, this action initiated the process of re-jailbreaking your device. However, in order to enter Substrate Safe Mode, immediately press and hold Volume Up + Power buttons simultaneously after hitting the go button.
4 – Keep pressing those buttons until the Apple logo shows up on device’s screen followed by the lock screen.
5 – That’s all.
You have managed to enter your device into the Substrate Safe Mode successfully. You can now proceed and troubleshoot issues with tweaks and packages that are causing boot loop and sudden crash issues on your jailbroken device by uninstalling troubling tweaks.