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Your wait is finally over. This is how to jailbreak iOS 10.2

Your wait is finally over. This is how to jailbreak iOS 10.2

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 Bypass Jailbreak Detection in Super Mario Run

This is How to Bypass Jailbreak Detection in Super Mario Run

The highly anticipated Super Mario Run is finally out on the iPhone AppStore. You downloaded it but now it keeps crashing. Now worries, this How to bypass jailbreak detection in Super Mario Run. Honestly it should not be a surprise anyone who has a jailbroken device that Nintendo built jailbreak detection into the game. The main reason they don’t let you play without out an internet connection is because they are worried about piracy.

Nintendo is not the first and it won’t be the last game company to have jailbreak detection. Pokémon GO has the same protection and just like that game there is a way around it. Just keep in mind as we stated before that Super Mario Run requires an active internet connection at all times. That means it is always checking with Nintendo servers. So we are not responsible if you happen to get locked out of the game or even banned from playing it. I highly recommend that you keep on top of your Cydia updates. Ok if you are still want to this, here we go. You can watch the video below or read a little bit further down.

How to play Super Mario Run on a jailbroken iPhone

  1. Download and install Super Mario Run (Kind of a give me but you never know)
  2. Open  Cydia
  3. Search for the tweak “tsprotector”
  4. Make sure you select tsProtector 8+ (iOS 9 & 8). It’s a paid tweak, but it comes with a limited free trial that lasts forever, and that’s all you’re really going to need.
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This is How to Get Around The Pokemon GO Jailbreak Block (iOS)

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”.

  1. Open Cydia
  2. Go to Sources
  3. Add the source
  4. Go to the Search and lookup Masterball. Install it.
  5. Restart the device.
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Apple’s $200,000 Bug Bounty Program is The End of Jailbreaks

Apple’s $200,000 Bug Bounty Program is The End of Jailbreaks


Most tech companies have a way to thanking those that find holes in their software. Twitter has paid over $322,000 in bounties over the past two years. As always for better or worse Apple who always “Thinks Different” did not. That’s not to say there were not holes to be patched. Seems there is a jailbreak every few months. Apple’s head of Security Engineering and Architecture Ivan Krstic announced at Black Hat that his company will now offer cash bounties of up to $200,000 for hackers and researchers who find and report security flaws in Apple products. $200,000 might sound like a lot of money for a bug but it’s really not. Remember the FBI reportedly paid hackers $1 million the to break into an iPhone owned by one of the shooters involved in the San Bernardino incident last year.

Apple said the reason they are doing this is because its own internal testers are having difficulty finding more bugs. Before any security analyst start jumping for joy, Here are some facts that you might want to know before going all Mr. Robot on Apple products. Apple is currently only working with a select list of researchers. They do say that if someone outside the group finds a bug, they can be included in the program. That said I think that Apple’s $200,000 bug bounty program is the end of jailbreaks as we know them. Why would one release a jailbreak for free when you can have Apple pay you for it?

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This is Step by Step how to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu

This is Step by Step how to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu


We are sure you have heard of the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 by now. Here is how to install it and these are the things you don’t know. This jailbreak is a “semi-tethered” jailbreak. What that means is if you reboot your phone. You will have to do steps 10 and 11. So do NOT delete that  jailbreak app. Here are the steps.

Step 1: Connect your iOS device your PC or Mac [Must be running a Windows virtual machine]

Step 2: Turn off Find My iPhone. To do so, go to Settings → iCloud and disable Find My iPhone.

Step 3: Download the installer from Pangu’s website.

Step 4: Run the pphelper installer to install the PP 5.0 tool.


Step 5: On the PP 5.0 tool, click the green button to download the necessary components for the jailbreak.

Step 6: You will be asked to enter a captcha and be prompted for an Apple ID. This account is used for signing the jailbreak app that’s deployed to your device. Make a fake one. DO NOT ENTER YOUR REAL APPLE ID!

Step 7: Tap the email address on the Device Management page that appears on your iOS device. Tap Trust → Trust to finish the deployment.


Step 8: Go to the Home on the device. Click the jailbreak tool. Enable Notifications, and make sure that you uncheck the box below the circle. Lock your device manually so that the jailbreak process starts.… Read the rest

Current List of Jailbreak Tweaks Compatible with iOS 9.3.3

Current List of Jailbreak Tweaks Compatible with iOS 9.3.3


Yes, there is a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 and you have it. You might me wondering to yourself, what now? The Pangu jailbreak is works on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3. The thing is that not all the tweaks are compatible with iOS 9.3.3 just yet. If you happen to install a tweak that is not compatible you could get yourself stuck in reboot loops or worse brick  your device. We won’t let this happen to you. Here is a list of compatible tweaks:

  • Alkaline
  • AppHide
  • Apple File Conduit “2”
  • Auris
  • Ayeris
  • Barrel
  • Bars
  • BetterFiveColumnHomeScreen
  • BetterFiveIconDock
  • BioProtect
  • Bloard
  • BlurryBadges
  • Breadcrumbsaway
  • Bytafont 3
  • ColorBadges
  • ColorBanners
  • Couria
  • Cream
  • Cylinder
  • DeleteCut
  • DeleteForever
  • DetailedBatteryUsage
  • DismissProgress
  • DoubleCut
  • Eclipse 3
  • Facebook++
  • Filza
  • Fingal
  • FlappyGo
  • Flash
  • Flyer
  • Front Flash
  • GIFPaper (iOS 7)
  • GifViewer
  • Harbor
  • iCaughtU Pro
  • iCleaner
  • IDBox
  • iFile
  • Indigo
  • Instagram++
  • Keyboard Accio
  • Keyboardplus8
  • Kodi
  • Lithium
  • LocationFaker9
  • LockGlyph
  • Masterball
  • Messenger ++
  • Mobius
  • MTerminal
  • MultiIconMover+
  • netKillUI
  • NoAnnoyance
  • NoBlur
  • NoDictation
  • NoMotion
  • noNoSimAlert 8
  • Notate
  • NudeKeys
  • OnlineNotify
  • Palert
  • Phantom for Snapchat
  • Poke ++ for Pokemon Go!
  • PokeMap
  • PokemonGoAnywhere
  • Power Tap
  • PreferenceLoader
  • PriorityHub
  • Protect My Privacy
  • ProximityLock
  • PullToRespring
  • Remote Messages
  • RevealNC 9
  • Rocket for Instagram
  • Safari Downloader+
  • Snap+
  • Speed Intensifier
  • Splitify
  • SpotlightBeGone
  • StatusVol X
  • SwipeExpander
  • SwipeForMore
  • SwipeSelection
  • SwipeSelectionPro
  • SwipeShiftCaret
  • TransparentDock
  • Twitter++
  • TwitterUICustomizer
  • UntetheredHeySiri
  • Upscale
  • VideoPlayerRotatable
  • VirtualHome 8 n 9
  • WAcallConfirm
  • WatchNotifications
  • Watusi
  • Whatsapp++
  • Xgress
  • Youtube++
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Do Not Download 3K Jailbreak for iOS 9.3

Do Not Download 3K Jailbreak for iOS 9.3


We can sum this post up in a short few sentences. The iOS 9.3 jailbreak is fake. Do not download it!!! The tool is called 3K Jailbreak is lighting up the internet right now but don’t fall for it. This jailbreak does not come from the real 3K Assistant team.The tool has a file size 12.8 MB and is designed for Windows. This jailbreak most likely is most likely will install malware or viruses on your iOS device or the computer. The Chinese 3K Assistant states that the jailbreak is compatible with all devices. Here is the problem, while downloading the exploit, you receive the error.

“Download is temporarily stopped to fix 60% of the issue.” From all the reports that have been gathered so far in social networks is that nobody has been able to download it or make it work.

The creators of this fake jailbreak have gone out of their way to seem legit. The name of the website 3K Assistant is very similar to the real Chinese jailbreak developers. The fake site for the jailbreak even has a very detailed description of how the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.1 and 9.3.2 works. Literally a step by step guide of hacking the iDevice. Do not download this and in the future never download any jailbreak unless it has confirmation from hackers.Read the rest