Yalu iOS 10 Jailbreak Beta 4 Released with Substrate & Stability Fixes

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Dec 26, 2016
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Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak has been updated to beta 4, bringing with it stability fixes and Substrate from the get-go.

Beta 4 of Yalu iOS 10 Jailbreak Does Not Add Support for New Devices, But it Fixes a Lot of Things

The iOS 10 / iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak arrived as an early Christmas present for a lot of users out there. But the problem was: the jailbreak was released in beta, and is still carrying that tag. Thankfully, the developer behind it, Luca Tudesco, is constantly working in the background to push it towards stability. Today, we now have beta 4 of the Yalu iOS jailbreak with us, and it packs fixes that are bound to appease users, or developers, more precisely.

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First and foremost, it should be made abundantly clear that the latest beta release does not add support for any new device. And as ever, it’s limited to 64-bit devices as well. Moving on, the release adds Substrate into the mix from the get-go something which you had to enable and fix manually in prior betas. Last but not the least, the update adds a handful of stability related improvements, and the jailbreak is still semi-untethered.

Like I’ve mentioned on a few occasions, this jailbreak is meant for developers only. If you have no clue what you are getting yourself into, then please stay away from this release. Also, this jailbreak works on a firmware version which Apple is currently not signing. Therefore, if something goes wrong, you will be forced to update your device to iOS 10.2, a version of iOS that cannot be jailbroken at all currently.

Still want to go ahead with the jailbreak? Well, then download the latest Yalu jailbreak file by heading over to this link, and follow the guide posted here for instructions: Jailbreak iOS 10 / iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 7, 6s & iPad Pro Using Yalu. The steps are absolutely the same.

Wrap Up

I will not recommend using the Yalu jailbreak on a day to day basis just yet. But if you happen to be a developer then you can go ahead with the process. There are a lot of things that can go wrong at this point, and it’s not worth losing your current installation of iOS 10 / iOS 10.1.1 for a beta jailbreak. Just hang on for a while until things are more stable in the future. As they are, and the light turns green, we will inform our readers about it for sure.

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