The wait is over. You can finally jailbreak iOS 10.2 however it’s not all roses. This is a semi-tethered jailbreak. What that means is if you reboot your device you will have to do the jailbreak again from a desktop. Yalu102 is a good start and it is better than nothing. The jailbreak will also expire in a week regardless. After that time you will have to do the jailbreak again. There is no way around this unless you have a developers account. If you have a developer account, then repeat the jailbreak will need once a year.
Yalu102 at the time of this writing is only functional and available for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE iPad Pro. I’m sure in the future there will be support for o iPhone 7 and 7 Plus but as of now if you have one of those you should stop reading now. Alright enough talk. Here are the step by step directions.
How to jailbreak iOS 10.2 through Yalu102
Step 1: BACKUP YOUR DEVICE!!!!! As stated above the jailbreak only works for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE iPad Pro.
Step 2: Download Yalu102 and Cydia Impactor.
Step 3: After installing Cydia Impactor you drag Yalu102 file into it.
Step 4: On the next window enter your Apple account ID. (Make a fake ID if you wish)
Step 5: In this step, Cydia Impactor will automatically prepare all the necessary files and will download from iTunes 10.2 on your mobile device.… Read the rest
This is How to Get Around The Pokemon GO Jailbreak Block (iOS)
After updating Pokemon Go Jailbreakers are faced an error while trying to run the game. Pretty much you were blacklisted from playing the game. Although this kind of block is pretty easy to get around. The developers might have given used SafetyNet protection because of this. So if you are ready to get around that annoying message below follow these five easy steps.
“The device, OS, or software is not compatible with Pokemon GO”.
Go to Sources
Add the source http://cokepokes.github.io
Go to the Search and lookup Masterball. Install it.
Pokémon Go is a drug. Pure and simple. You know it is killing your battery and productivity but you continue to play. The servers crashing left and right but you just keep logging on. Nintendo’s first mobile-based Pokémon title is an official worldwide even in its broken form. This is also the first VR/AR hit. Pokémon Go shows the power of VR/AR if done right. People are walking around cities and towns looking their phones disregarding hazards in the quest to catch them all. Catching them all is not going to be easy but here’s our complete guide.
“The point of Pokémon Go is to travel around, exploring different geographic areas to find appropriate Pokémon. In a small town, expect to find a lot of normal- and grass-types. Going near water will attract water Pokémon. Playing at night brings out more nocturnal creatures, like Clefairy and Gastly.”
There are plenty of Pokémon if live in urban areas. You can find Pidgeys, Nidorans, Meowths, and Eevees, however if you want to catch a wider variety of Pokémon, good luck. Make friends and expect to do some traveling. Don’t be surprised if you start looking for rustling grass in real life only to disappointed that these patches actually contain no wild Pokémon.
No Pokémon popping up?
Tap the lower right hand bar on the main screen for a “nearby” menu of what Pokémon are in your area.
Footprints beneath each Pokémon meaning tell you how close they are to you.
Chrome Remote Desktop app for iOS is now available, making it easy to securely access your desktop computer remotely from an iOS device. Google has finally delivered its promise to let iOS device owners use the Chrome Remote Desktop. Android folks have been able to use the feature last April. The feature is pretty handy and works just as advertised. The app is free and available for download at iTunes. The steps to get it all connected are easy as A, B and C. I have the steps below to get you going.
Install the Chrome Remote Desktop app on every computer you want to access remotely and every computer you’d like to connect from.
This year Apple should wow us at WWDC. I mean 2014 is almost over. Ok, I’m reaching but come on. It’s at least half way over. What happen to that Apple wow factor? No wonder they went out of their way to the tune of $3 billion to bring Dr. Dre. into the fold. Maybe the Dr. can help get them their cool factor.
This year’s WorldWide Developer Conference is important for a few reasons for Apple. CEO Tim Cook has said that we would get new products in 2014. Not just new updates or revisions to old products but bonafide new product segments. That said, WWDC will of course focus iOS 8. However, this is not the venue where Apple will show off its new toys. Apple will launch new products later this year right before school starts or right before the holiday season. Don’t worry, there will still be lots of things to talk about at the WWDC.
Here is a rundown of what to expect:
Apple will unveil iOS 8.
A standalone iTunes Radio app [maybe with Beats?]
Shazam for Siri
Here is a rundown of what might be there:
iPad split screen [I say maybe on this one]
Apple smart home platform
MacBook Air with Retina
New Apple TV
What Not to Expect:
A real Apple TV
Did I already say iPhone? Well that goes for a phablet too
Apple has released iOS 7.1.1 (build number: 11D201) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This update includes improvements, bug fixes and of course security updates. As always if you own a jailbroken device you should STAY AWAY from this update. Do not upgrade. Now that is out of the way, lets talk iOS 7.1.1 changes.
What is new this time around is:
Further improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition
Fixes a bug that could impact keyboard responsiveness
Fixes an issue when using Bluetooth keyboards with VoiceOver enabled
Warning to Jailbreakers, STAY AWAY!
If you want to update to iOS 7.1.1
If you don’t have a jailbroken device feel free to continue with the steps to update. To update your device to iOS 7.1.1 wirelessly or “over the air” as the tech set call it; simply go Settings app, navigate to General > Software Update, and install the update. Before you update MAKE backup of your device using iTunes or iCloud and make sure you have the power plugged in.… Read the rest
Box is offering 50GB of free storage for new iPhone and iPad users just for signing up and downloading it’s new iOS redesigned app. Since I filled up Dropbox already it was more than enough incentive to lure you away from them. The deal is good for the next 30 days but you never know, they can change their mind at any time. I would jump on this as soon as possible. The 50GB is for life not an introductory deal. Box supports over a 100 file types. The steps to get the 50GB are listed below. If you do not do these steps you will only have 10GB.
Go to Box.com
Signup (Do not confirm your email address)
Download the Box app from AppStore (Do not open it)
Open the confirmation email Box sent you. Click verify your email. This will open the app.