At long last the iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Exploit has been prepared and is bound to be released for public to jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Here’s how to get your compatible iOS device ready for iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak tweak. Jailbreaking iOS is demands a lot of hard work, time and patience. It looks like wait is finally over as a working iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak tool has been released and which will be imminently available for all iOS jailbreak fans.
If you have been waiting for iOS 10 jailbreak, then a good news has arrived on jailbreak front as Project Zero jailbreak exploit is now available. However, there is one thing you should note that this iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak tweak is still in development stages for now but has been proven to have worked on two iOS 10 running devices. Nothing is known as to when will the final version of this iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak exploit will be made available for public as its mainly aimed at developers only at the moment. On a positive side, this iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak exploit could be available for public anytime.
Ian Beer highlighted the gaps in iOS 10 that allow for a room to gain the root access on iPad mini 2 and iPod Touch running on iOS 10.1.1, which can then be ported and implemented on other iOS 10.1.1 running devices to jailbreak them. But the process requires technical know-how of iOS, which might be somewhat tricky for average user to grasp until the easier method of jailbreak is released.
We are placing our trust on developers to use this iOS 10.1.1 exploit to crack the code to develop an easy to use solution that will make it possible for general public to quickly jailbreak their iOS 10.1.1 running device. In all likelihood, a widespread iOS 10.1.1 working solution may not be that far away and can see the light of the day anytime now. So this is the best time get your device ready for the imminent iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak.
As Apple can stop signing iOS 10.1.1 anytime making it impossible to downgrade to iOS 10.1.1 from newer iOS version, therefore, we recommend that you immediately downgrade your device from iOS 10.2 or later to iOS 10.1.1.
Prepare Your Device For iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak
If you have bene keeping taps on all the latest developments regarding iOS 10 jailbreak, then you must be aware of an announcement made by Italian security researcher Luca Todesco that he has managed to find a way of using Project Zero exploit to develop a fully working iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak for public. So far its not known exactly when will the fully functioning jailbreak solution will be released for public. But considering the track record of Luca Todesco, it could be anytime now.
So if you had been waiting anxiously for the jailbreak solution, now is the time to get your device in order to make it ready for the iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak exploit as and when its released. Taking some cues from the past iOS jailbreaks, its likely to work on 64-bit iOS devices running on iOS 10.1.1 version. So here’s what you can do to get your 64-bit architecture iOS device ready for the jailbreak exploit as and when its released.
First thing first, in order to jailbreak your compatible iOS device you will need an iTunes program installed on PC Windows or MAC and updated on latest version. You can download the latest iTunes at apple.com/itunes.
Next steps involves backing up device data on iTunes since the jailbreak process requires you to completely wipe out currently installed data on your device. Regular iOS backup is recommended anyway. Connect your iOS device to iTunes on Windows PC or MAC and backup device data on iTunes using the Back Up Now button.
Downgrade iOS 10.2 To iOS 10.1.1
The most important bit of getting your device ready for the imminent iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak exploit is to downgrade it from iOS 10.2 or later version to iOS 10.1.1, or keep it on iOS 10.1.1 if you are already using iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch since the jailbreak tool only works on iOS 10.1.1. For now, Apple is still digitally signing iOS 10.1.1 which means its possible to downgrade from any iOS version higher than iOS 10.1.1 back to iOS 10.1.1. You won’t be able to downgrade once Apple stops signing iOS 10.1.1. Here’s how to downgrade from iOS 10.2 to iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Also, note that full iOS backup made on iOS 10.2 cannot be restored on iOS 10.1.1 version.
Now that you have performed most important tasks needed for getting your device ready for iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak, now wait patiently for the jailbreak tweak to arrive.
We at RazinTech will bring latest fully working public released iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak as soon as it becomes available, so stay tuned for that.
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