Since iOS 10 was released in September, Apple has issued an almost non-stop slew of updates in a bid to keep the latest iOS firmware as free of bugs as they can and running smoothly for the majority of users. While most people are completely happy with what Apple has offered up, there are those that are missing what they see to be a vital component of their iOS experience , a jailbreak. With iOS 10.2 download [ext link] now released to the public, we can only hope that this is the one that will provide us with the iOS 10.2 jailbreak [ext link] we are so desperately awaiting.
Image : iOS 10.2 Jailbreak
How to Jailbreak iOS 10.2 :
You have three ways to get your hands on iOS 10.2 Jailbreak. Both methods support 32 bit and 64 bit iOS jailbreaking.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
PPHelper for iOS 10.2 has been released . It is under beta testing from Pangu and PP Assistant Team. You can find the download links along with full step by step guide in the official PPHelper download site linked here [ext link].
Method 2 : Safari Method for iOS 10.2 Jailbreak
- On your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch , open the Safari browser
- Now go to the address bar and type in ppjailbreak.org
- As the page loads up look for the UP arrow at the bottom or the screen and tap on it . It will be at the top of the page for the iPad as shown in the image below.
- A new menu will appear, tap on Add to Home Screen
- Now give your app icon a name as PP. Then tap on Add . Close Safari down
- The PP app icon will be on your home screen and you can use it to access iOS 10.2 jailbreak update
Video : Here is a video guide of the above steps
Method 3 : Yalu Jailbreak
Yalu jailbreak comes to us courtesy of Luca Todesco but, before you try to install it, have a read of the following first.
- Yalu is currently a beta jailbreak but the developer is working on an update to it to fix some of the bugs and stability issues. If you don’t need to install the jailbreak now, it might be better to wait
- Yalu requires the use of Cydia Impactor as it has to be side loaded onto your iOS device. You will also need an Apple ID and full details can be found in the links below
- Like PPHelper was, Yalu is a semi-untethered jailbreak and this means you will need to re-jailbreak your device when you reboot it
- Lastly, iOS 10.2 does not have official support in Yalu at the moment. However, some users have been able to install it without any trouble on their iOS device so you can try if you want to
Image : Yalu Jailbreak
If, after digesting the above, you are happy to try installing Yalu Jailbreak on your iOS 10.2 device, you will find all the information you need at the links below
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