Jailbreak is an essential part of the iOS experience for many. For others it is unknown and dangerous. Fortunately for those who are not yet familiar with jailbreak, there are a large number of ways to do this. Using tools such as Yalu1
Note: since the iPad has been removed from iOS with iPadOS, the following techniques for iOS 13 are unlikely to work on an iPad with iPadOS. However, if you have an older iPad, you can still jailbreak older versions of iOS on the iPad – just not an iPad with iPadOS.
What is jailbreak?
First and foremost, take a moment to remember this manual is not a guarantee that you will successfully jailbreak your iPhone or iPod. When dealing with something like a jailbreak, there is always a small chance that something can go wrong with your phone, and we cannot be responsible for this. But jailbreak, especially with Pangu, is extremely simple and it should be fine.
Jailbreak means that you free him from the limitations that Apple imposes. Freeing a device means that it can install applications from outside of Apple's iTunes App Store and that you can play with rather limited aspects of an iOS device. Jailbreaking can also help you unlock your iPhone so that it is available on other providers.
When you are done jailbreak your iPhone, you can view our choices for the best iPhone apps and games.
Backing up your valuable data  When it comes to jailbreaking a device, it is always best to back it up first. You can wirelessly back up your iPhone with iCloud and iTunes should automatically back up your device every time you connect it. Make sure you back up your device before you start the jailbreak process so that all your precious music, apps, movies, and everything in between is successfully saved on your computer or in the cloud. That way, after completing the jailbreak process, you can perform a recovery and get everything back. Make sure you have recently synchronized your device. Performing a synchronization in iTunes makes a backup of your device by default.
Starting the jailbreak process
To start the jailbreak process, you must first update your device to the latest version of iOS. In this case, it becomes iOS 13. You can use iTunes to manage your update, or use the more convenient OTA update that your device offers you ( Settings> General> Software Update ).
After connecting your device to iTunes, you will be asked to download and perform the iOS update for your device. If you have not yet been updated to the latest version of iTunes, you must do the same. If your device is not jailbreaking, you will update to iOS 12.1.2 without any problems. If your device has a jailbreak, iOS cannot complete the update and go into recovery mode. Don't panic! Let iTunes simply restore with the latest version of iOS. After completion, the device has been reset to the factory settings.
In both cases, do not synchronize your device yet. Instead, quickly set up your device with Wi-Fi, your Apple ID and everything else that is requested. You can now skip this one and come back to it later. Make sure you go to the home screen before continuing.
For iOS 13 and newer
For this next step you don't need a computer at all – only the iOS device you want to jailbreak. Just to be sure, restart your device.
Hexxa Plus is the first company to release a jailbreak solution for iOS 13, so it is fitting that it is the method that Pangu recommends. As such, we will quickly guide you through the installation.
- Download Hexxa Plus on your device. Make sure you use that link from your iOS device, because it doesn't work on a PC or MacBook.
- Tap Allow > Download to download it to your iOS 13 device profile. Then go to Settings> Profile downloaded and tap the downloaded link. You may need to confirm your device's passcode before continuing.
- After the Hexxa Plus app has been installed, you can also install a repo. Pangu recommends Cydia and to download it, open your Hexxa Plus app and tap Retrieve Repos.
- Scroll to the Repo list of app managers and tap it and then copy the "http: //ios.cyrepo.tk/" address.
- Open your Hexxa Plus app again and tap Extract Repo Then paste the copied address and tap Ok to unpack the Cydia repo.
- Tap the button Download and then press Allow> Go to settings> Downloaded profile> Install. After entering your access code to authorize it, all you have to do is tap Install> Done.
Now that it's installed, you can use it to download other jailbreak apps or install a different marketplace.
Other jailbreak methods are available on the Pangu 8 page, and if you want to jailbreak an older version of iOS, be There are pages for iOS 12.4, iOS 12, iOS 11.4.1 or even older.
Your ap ready to restore from iTunes
After you have completed the actual jailbreak process, it is important that you take the time to restore all your valuable data to your iOS device. If you have not jailbreaked your device before, you may not need to do this because your device has transferred all your data during the jailbreak process. If you have jailbreaked your device before, this is necessary because you must perform a recovery to get your device updated.
Reconnect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to iTunes and it will suffice the rest. By the time your recovery is complete, iTunes should have successfully placed all your apps, music, photos & valuable data where they belong.
Do a victory dance!
Congratulations! You did it. Whether or not your victory dance includes Flossing is up to you, but you have successfully completed the jailbreak and recovery process for your iOS device. Run Cydia and view all the great new apps and tools that you can use.
Jailbreak on your iOS device is easier than ever, and if you are an advanced user, it can be very nice to see the true potential of your iPhone or iPad. Despite what Apple claims about the risks of jailbreaking, it's an option to consider getting the most out of your iOS device.
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