iOS 10 Jailbreak ?

Nov 14, 2008
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I have been using Beta 6 for about 30 minutes now without any crashes or random restarts. I am guessing he fixed that problem? I'll need more time to experiment with it, though.

By the way, I installed a tweak called DismissProgress which apparently bypasses the necessity to reboot after installing certain tweaks or apps from Cydia, so would that work with WinterBoard? Or do I need to reboot the device to get it working?

UPDATE: I have been using the jailbreak for quite some time now and installed dozens of tweaks without any issues. Beta 6 is good!!
 
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Is anyone else experiencing this problem with Cydia? I am unable to access any of these menus when I press them. I'm currently on the latest Beta 7 but it has been happening since Beta 4 anyway.
 

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Napoleon PhoneApart

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I haven't upgraded to 10.2, but I have 10.1 (not 10.1.1) Would it still work? Is it a stable JB? Anyone having problems with it?
I only ran the third beta and lost my LTE. I have since updated to 10.2 and am now on 10.3 beta 1. I hear that the latest betas are pretty stable, though.

Getting ready to rebuild my Windows PC, so I have enough to geek on right now. :D
 

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Just came back from vacation, and to my shock there is an iOS 10 jailbreak. If I purchase an iPhone 6s in the next 2 days, how likely would it have 10.2.1 on it? I understand there can be no definitive answer, but I'm hoping someone here has an *idea* of the lag time between Apple issuing a new version of iOS (10.2.1 was issued around Jan 17) and for what one may receive on a new phone.
 

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Is it true that ALL iPhone 6s phones ship with iOS version 9?? So far one technician has told me this over the phone, but I would like anyone's input on this. Thanks.
 

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Well, I got lucky at Costco- the rep there told me that their iPhone 6S had been received December 28, well before 10.2.1 had been released.
So it appears I'm good. I'll know for sure when the unit comes in.
 

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Well, I got lucky at Costco- the rep there told me that their iPhone 6S had been received December 28, well before 10.2.1 had been released.
So it appears I'm good. I'll know for sure when the unit comes in.
Hopefully, yours would be 10.2


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Question for this jailbreak- if I want to reboot my phone after 7 days, do I need to create a new Apple ID? Or can I use my older one created during the original jailbreak and reload the IPA?
 

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OK, just got my IP6S, it's on 10.0.1. Guess I can't be picky.
Could someone please tell me if with the new jailbreak I reboot my phone after 7 days, can I use my current Apple ID again, or do I need a new one?
Thanks.
 

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OK, just got my IP6S, it's on 10.0.1. Guess I can't be picky.
Could someone please tell me if with the new jailbreak I reboot my phone after 7 days, can I use my current Apple ID again, or do I need a new one?
Thanks.
Currently, I don't think so, as Apple revokes non-paid developer accounts after seven days. However, Luca says that there's a fix in the works for 7-day certification.

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Hello,

May i know, what is this 7 day certificate all about ?

Also, what does 'No Substrate Mode' mean ?


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Thanks Napoleon.

Hi rugved1118, Cydia Impactor relies on an Apple ID (non developer) to sign your IPA files (like Yalu) so that they can be executed on your iPhone. I had read that then non-developer certificates have a 7 day signing timeout, meaning that after 7 days, you can no longer sign and load IPA files onto your iPhone. Hence, after the 7 day period, you cannot reboot a semi-tethered jailbroken device and still use your Cydia tweaks (your phone will no longer be jailbroken at that point). If you reboot, you need to reload the Yalu IPA file, which requires the Apple ID for signing (or the Yalu app won't work).

MAYBE- I could buy a developer ID. Then, if I understand properly, I could sign apps for as long as I want.
Could anyone confirm that one for me? Thanks!