If you want to remove jailbreak from your iOS device quickly and safely, you will need Cydia Eraser tool. Developers have released latest Cydia Eraser that is compatible with iOS 10.3.3, iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.2 versions. It is really important to know how to use Cydia Eraser to unjailbreak iOS on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It is a handy tool that fixes your device in case it starts acting up or undergoes performance issues, thus leaving you only with one options and that is to uninstall jailbreak. In this post, we are going to show how to download and install Cydia Eraser to unjailbreak your iOS device to revert back to the stock iOS.
Cydia Eraser, also known as Cydia Impactor in formal terms, serves an important function of restoring your device back to normal iOS version if jailbreak is not working as intended. We will walk you through the process of running latest version of Cydia Eraser on compatible devices. This works on those iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running yalu102 (on iOS 10.2) or Saigon (on iOS 10.2.1). Jay Freeman has released the update that many had been waiting for anxiously.
You can follow the instructions in this post for removing jailbreak iOS 10.2/iOS 10.2.1, or iOS 10.3.3 (if and when it arrives) on iPhone, iPad and other supported devices. This tools takes all changes made to the internal system files and folders back to their original state as on the stock iOS. It will completely remove Cydia from iOS. It is a really easy and fast method that anyone can follow. It’s main purpose is to get your device out of trouble if its performance starts to suffer due to changes made to the main file structure after jailbreak.
Download Latest Cydia Eraser With iOS 10.3.3/10.2.1/10.2 Support
Cydia Eraser performs only one but extremely vital function – it removes jailbreak completely and safely on the device to take it back to the original ‘stock’ state. Essentially it means your device goes back to pre-yalu102/saigon jailbreak condition. There is no need to restore using iTunes.
It also reverts your device back to the firmware on which it was running at the time when you performed jailbreak; it doesn’t matter whether Apple still signs that iOS version or not, it works as normal. This makes it possible to re-jailbreak on that same firmware if you so desire.
If you are using iOS 10.2 or 10.2.1 jailbreak, then download latest updated version of the Cydia Eraser with more devices added to the compatibility list. If you are not sure how to make it work, follow the steps below to use Cydia Eraser properly.
How To Unjailbreak iOS Using Cydia Eraser
1 – Launch Cydia app on your jailbroken device.
2 – Search for Cydia Eraser and tap on it in the search result.
3 – Install Cydia Eraser like any other jailbreak tweak.
4 – Once installed, you will now see a new icon on home screen called Eraser.
5 – Tap to launch Cydia Eraser.
6 – Read the information about the tool and tap on the ‘erase all data, unjailbreak device’ button.
7 – On confirmation prompt, tap on ‘Erase All’ option.
8 – During the process your device will reboot several times. Don’t touch anything or reboot/restart your device yourself.
9 – Once complete, you will see Hello welcome screen to setup your iOS device as normal. You can also restore previous backup via iTunes.
10 – That’s all.
Although the tool has the support for iOS 10.3.3 but it is of no use for now because no public jailbreak is available for that firmware version. However, it can be really useful in future if the iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak indeed arrives for public.