Fix LTE, iMessage, FaceTime Issues After Yalu iOS 10 Jailbreak
Facing issues related to LTE, iMessage and FaceTime after Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak? Here’s how you can fix things in no time.
Yalu iOS 10 Jailbreak Has Certain Issues, But They Are to be Expected
If you are aware of the latest Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak, then you already know that the latest semi-untethered solution is currently in beta. This means it is packed with loads of issues and compatibility related problems, something which will be ironed out with time. However, while some issues are hard to tackle, there are some things which you can fix right now. For instance, if you managed to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad Pro using Yalu, then you might have come across issues pertaining to LTE, iMessage or FaceTime. Thankfully, you can fix them in a snap.
1. Assuming your device is in its jailbroken state, connect to your home WiFi network.
2. Now launch Terminal on your Mac and SSH into your device by typing the following command:
The ‘your.ip.address’ bit is the IP address of your iPhone on your home WiFi network. Also, when prompted to enter your password, it’s ‘alpine’ by default. If you have set something else, make sure you enter that instead.
3. Once you are in, enter the following command in Terminal:
chmod 777 /var; chmod 777 /var/mobile; chmod 777 /var/mobile/Library; chmod 777 /var/mobile/Library/Preferences
4. When you are done, restart your iPhone or iPad and you will notice everything is back to how it should be, with LTE, iMessage, FaceTime all fixed for good.
A beta jailbreak does come with flaws, and nothing’s going to be perfect regardless of the effort developers throw at it. But that doesn’t mean you give up hope and cease to jailbreak your device at all. Issues are eventually minimized, making things stable enough to be used on a daily basis. If you are not willing to go through any sort of trouble, then you might want to consider not jailbreaking at all.
The final call, lies with you, of course.
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