Any idea when would the next Jailbreak be out ?

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True, but that's why you come to us, right? :) I use it all the time to bypass jailbreak detection on one of my credit union apps.
Yes, you are right, that IS why I come here. You guys, and gals, have all the experience. I'm having problems with Direct Energy. It says doesn't work on modified iOS. And my Facebook app crashes bc of jailbreak. When in safemode, Facebook works fine.

They are testing a new tweak called No Jail. I installed but still doesn't work.
 

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Yes, you are right, that IS why I come here. You guys, and gals, have all the experience. I'm having problems with Direct Energy. It says doesn't work on modified iOS. And my Facebook app crashes bc of jailbreak. When in safemode, Facebook works fine.

They are testing a new tweak called No Jail. I installed but still doesn't work.
Have you tried reinstalling Facebook?
 

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Yes. Several times. It's now deleted until further notice.
Well, if you change your mind and want to troubleshoot it, it sounds like you have a conflicting app in Cydia. If Crash Reporter doesn't yield any useful information, you could try the tedious method of deleting them one at a time, testing and reinstalling.
 

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Well, if you change your mind and want to troubleshoot it, it sounds like you have a conflicting app in Cydia. If Crash Reporter doesn't yield any useful information, you could try the tedious method of deleting them one at a time, testing and reinstalling.
I think I had to reinstall Facebook once while jailbroken because of crashing.
 

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Well, if you change your mind and want to troubleshoot it, it sounds like you have a conflicting app in Cydia. If Crash Reporter doesn't yield any useful information, you could try the tedious method of deleting them one at a time, testing and reinstalling.
I just re-installed and bam, it works. @Europa if it wasn't for you, I would've never tried again. Thanks!
 

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Pangu Mosec 2016, Jailbreak confirmed? It states possibly within a week, and it doesn't end with 9.3.3.
Unfortunately, ICU is pretty much ridiculed among most jailbreak connoisseurs. Also, there has been no independent confirmation of the statement to the effect that a 9.3.2 jailbreak will be dropped in the next week, only that iOS 10 beta can run Cydia. We'll just have to wait and see. The camera sensor vulnerability in iPhones running iOS 9.x may lead to one as well, but this is all speculation except for the iOS 10 beta jailbreak news.

"Confirmation of the possibility..." Heheh. Way to go, ICU.
 

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Well, unless a JB is released by midnight it appears that it was indeed a rumor :( what's the point now with about 3 months before the release of the new iPhone.
 

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There's still a huge need for a 9.3.2/9.3.3 jailbreak. I would think that the most logical time for a release would be after 9.3.3 drops.
I agree that's the logical time but some may argue, including me that with iOS10 in beta now why waste the exploit on an older version that most people will upgrade from?
 

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I agree that's the logical time but some may argue, including me that with iOS10 in beta now why waste the exploit on an older version that most people will upgrade from?
It takes many exploits to fashion a jailbreak. There's no single exploit. Who's to say that the exploits for iOS 10 aren't different from the exploits for 9.3.3?
 

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It takes many exploits to fashion a jailbreak. There's no single exploit. Who's to say that the exploits for iOS 10 aren't different from the exploits for 9.3.3?
That may or may not be the case, I guess we will know soon if a JB for 9.2.x is released. I think you have a point, wasn't something with iOS 10 released unencrypted? Maybe that will allow for more exploits ?
 
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I'm ready for a new jailbreak as although I am using WiFi Calling, AT&T says that I could be having dropped calls/silenced calls as I am not on the latest iOS, therefore not on the latest cell tower service update.