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Use Electra (Mac) to Jailbreak Your iPad on iOS 11.2 – iOS 11.3.1

If you want to jailbreak your iPad using Electra, we will teach you how. Follow the steps below in order to achieve that.  Unfortunately, at the moment this jailbreak only supports devices running iOS 11.2 – 11.3.1 and iOS 11.4b1 – 11.4b3.

First step

Download Cydia impactor then download the Electra Jailbreak and put them on your Mac in the same folder.

Second step

To open the Impactor dmg double click on it.

Third step

Onto the Applications folder shortcut, drag and drop the Impactor app.

Fourth step

From your Applications folder launch Impacto and if asked to confirm click Open.

Fifth step

Via USB connect your iPad to your computer, then drag and drop the Electra IPA (app which we downloaded earlier) into the Cydia Impactor app.

Sixth step

In order to let IPA run on your computer, you will be asked to enter your Apple ID and password which is only used to sign it.

Seventh step

Now, the IPA will be signed by Cydia Impactor and install on your device the Electra jailbreak.

Eighth step

From your SpringBoard enable the Setting app then from the menu choose Siri & Search. To turn off the Listen for ‘Hey Siri’ tap on it and Press Home for Siri toggles.

Ninth step

From the Settings menu choose General, from there select Device Management then tap to select your Apple ID.

Press the Trust “” button and from the alert that appears choose Trust.

Tenth step

From the bottom of the screen swipe up to bring out the Control Center and place your iPad on Airplane mode.

Eleventh step

Swipe the slider to power off your iPad by holding down the power button. To restart your device after a few seconds press the Power button.

Twelveth step

After ensuring you are on Airplane mode, on your SpringBoard launch the new Electra app.

Thirteenth step

Begin the jailbreak process.

Fourteenth step

Now your iPad will reboot, then reopen the Electra app and retap the Jailbreak.

By Henry R. Lares

Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post.  In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.

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