This jailbreaking is meant for those who use Electra as a jailbreaking tool for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.
It’s been a while now, and clients cannot wait anymore for the iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak to arrive. The team behind the Electra jailbreak have kept their word, and they’re releasing an updated version of this tool that will cover the devices with iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.3.1. This means lots of good news for those who waited so much time and remained with iOS 11.3.1 just to get this jailbreak.
We’re talking about a semi-untethered jailbreak. This means that every time your device restarts or loses power, you’ll have to quit the certificate to make your device jailbroken again. It’s always good to have a backup for everything on your device before doing the jailbreak. If this goes wrong, at least you’ll still have all of your stuff.
So, how are you doing it?
The first thing you need to do is to download the latest Electra jailbreak file. You can get it from the official website. Save it to your desktop. Then you’ll need to get Cydia Impactor. Now it’s time to connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your PC. You can do this by connecting a Lightning cable. Open Cydia Impactor and put the Electra1131 IPA file onto it. Cydia Impactor will ask you to sign in with your Apple ID – do it, as it’s entirely safe. After this, Cydia will proceed to install the IPA file on your gadget.
After this, the brand new Electra jailbreak app will appear on your Home Screen. Don’t open it just yet. Go to the Settings, to General, to Profiles & Device Management. From there, tap on your Apple ID, then on the blue Trust button. After this, the certificate will become trusted, so you just need to put your iOS gadget in airplane mode, then open the Electra app. Then press the Jailbreak button and wait to for it to load. After it’s done, the Cydia icon will appear on the Home Screen. Get off airplane mode and make the most out of the jailbreak.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.