Jailbreak 10.2 is out

Solver

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I jailbroke my iPhone 6s Plus on 10.2. You can give it a try if you are feeling brave. iPhone 7 not supported.

yalu.qwertyoruiop.com

I know there was some talk of this in the 10.1.1 thread, but thought this deserved its own thread.
iOS 10.2 is a better working OS.
Now what I do with an iPod Touch 6 with iOS 10.1.1 installed?
 

andy2141

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It mentions iPad pro. Assume this includes the 12.9?

Hoping to get some more use out of the device with a jailbreak.
 

anthdci

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Jun 8, 2009
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pitty it doesn't support any of my devices, hopefully soon. Probably time to update them all to 10.2.
 

Carlanga

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Semi-untethered, just like the current 9.3.3 jailbreak
not really, this new one you need to sign it yourself so only a 7 day window before you need to resign the jb again. In 9.3.3 there were dev certificates for a year.
 

elvtnedge

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Jun 11, 2007
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What are you guys with iPad Air 2s doing? I'm on 9.0.2. Only have this device jailbroken for Kodi the odd time. Think I should upgrade to 10.2 and wait for more devices to be included in the jailbreak?
 

thadoggfather

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Oct 1, 2007
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I jailbroke my iPhone 6s Plus on 10.2. You can give it a try if you are feeling brave. iPhone 7 not supported.

yalu.qwertyoruiop.com

I know there was some talk of this in the 10.1.1 thread, but thought this deserved its own thread.
I know it says directly on the Yalu pages that 10.2 jb is for SE/6s/IPad pro but I'd still update original post to clarify that 7/7+ is still 10.1.1 only.

People might see this thread when it grows and jump the gun on the wrong device (the newest iPhone , so admittedly a popular one)
 

kalirob99

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I can't wait for support for the 6 Plus :eek:
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not really, this new one you need to sign it yourself so only a 7 day window before you need to resign the jb again. In 9.3.3 there were dev certificates for a year.
Here's hoping someone does the same for 10.2.
 
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Jstuts5797

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Dec 15, 2013
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Does anyone know if 10.2.1 is supported with this jailbreak when it is more stable???
I'm curious as well. My phone is a iPhone 6 Plus on 10.2 so no worries there but I have an iPad Pro that has already downloaded the 10.2.1 (not installed yet though). I know usually the next iOS update breaks the jailbreak but I know things have been going differently timing wise. Anyone try this on 10.2.1 just for fun? Does it work?
 

MagicHAM

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Sep 2, 2013
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Does anyone know if 10.2.1 is supported with this jailbreak when it is more stable???
No. Just tried it. Not supported. It just fails. :) Hope that helps.

It is tempting to download the 10.2 and rejail break. I am backing up my phone. So I can restore it after. But I don't know.... If it's really worth the effort :p
 
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citivolus

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not really, this new one you need to sign it yourself so only a 7 day window before you need to resign the jb again. In 9.3.3 there were dev certificates for a year.
Is this confirmed? Just updated my iPhone SE to 10.2 and jailbroke. So far so good but unfortunately the package I want to install isn't ready yet for ios10.
 
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