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iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.3.1 Electra Tool Jailbreaks Nearly 70,000 Devices

Even though Apple is doing its best to get rid of jailbreak tools, the iOS jailbreak community is not giving up! Developer teams such as Electra keep coming up with innovative methods of using kernel exploits to create jailbreaking tools. In fact, Electra has just announced that the iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak tool has successfully cracked 669496 iOS-powered devices. This is great news and it shows us that the iOS jailbreak community is thriving, especially since more than 10,000 iOS-powered devices were jailbroken only 4.5 hours after the tool was released.

Successful iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.3.1 Jailbreak Tool

CoolStar is the lead developer at the Electra team and he made the following statement on Twitter after launching the jailbreak tool on the official Electra website: “As of now, 10,000 devices have been successfully jailbroken with Electra!”.

From the looks of it, CoolStar is happy with his achievement and it doesn’t look like he is ever going to stop developing iOS jailbreak tools. Moreover, the number of people who jailbreak their iOS-powered devices is going to grow bigger in the days to come.

Imperfect Tool

We should mention that the new jailbreak tool is not perfect. There are still some flaws that the developers need to fix, but this is going to happen during the upcoming future. Let’s hope that CoolStar and his fellow developer manage to take care of every issue related to the new iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak tool fast.

Snapchat Issue

Another important thing that we need to go over is Snapchat’s stance against jailbreak fans. Recent reports are showing that Snapchat is banning people who use iPhones that run on jailbroken software. The reason behind this is because Snapchat considers jailbreaking tools as third-party software that interferes with its software and that’s why it keeps giving out temporary bans.

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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.

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iOS 11.2 to 11.4 Beta Branch 3: How to Jailbreak Without a Computer

While the heyday of jailbreaking is long gone, some users still jailbreak their devices for a variety of reasons. Back in the days, jailbreaking your device allowed access to a variety of tweaks and options which would have been impossible to access or change. You could install non Appstore apps, check internal specs like RAM, and personalize your theme and font and so much more.

Today the selection is much more limited as Apple made it clear that they do not enjoy allowing users to tinker with their iPhone. Jailbreaking still remains attractive and we will learn how to easily do it today.

What you should keep in mind:

Electra will not work if your iOS device was recently updated to version 11.4.1. If that is the case, a downgrade possibility is only available for iPhone models between iPhone 7 and iPhone X. The reason for this is the fact that signed versions of iOS 11.4 beta are still available only for this devices.

How to Jailbreak step by step:

Stage 1: Begin by opening on your browser. Search for and install Electra 11.3.1 MultiPath. Proceed to stage 2.

Stage 2: Enable Developer mode via: Settings/General/Device Management. Once you reach that point type on  ” Trust DingshengcaifulInvestment Management,” then select “Trust”. Congrats, you are now ready to proceed towards the final stage.

Stage 3: Freedom is just two taps away. For the final step open Electra from the home screen and check that the tweaks button is set to ON. Then, simply tap on ‘’Enable Jailbreak’’ and wait.  After one or two minutes, your iPhone will reboot, and Cydia will now be available on your homes screen. Tap on Cydia and feel free to explore and install whatever catches your eye. Enjoy!

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Jailbreaking iOS 11.3.1 / iOS 11.2: Here’s What You Should Do

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.


Electra Jailbreak Download Available For iOS 11.2 – 11.3.1

The jailbreak community has been waiting for the Electra1131 release for a while. But now, it’s finally available, and anyone who wants to use the tool for iOS 11.2 – 11.3.1, can now download it.

Electra iOS 11.3.1

On 7 July, the team behind Electra announced on Twitter that they have released the Electra jailbreak for iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.3.1. Anyone who wants it can download it from the following link: You can download it as an IPA file, and then sideload it with Cydia Impactor.

The jailbreak tool comes in two versions. One is suitable for developers, which follows an exploit (multipath tcp exploit), and asks for a developer account. The other version is regular, using a vcf exploit, and it doesn’t need a developer account.

Many users replied to Electra Team’s Twitter post about the release. Some of them reported a few technical issues with the iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak tool. Among the common problems, a few said that the jailbreak doesn’t work, while others said that it works after a few tries. A user said that when he started to jailbreak the pone, it kept restarting the device, and other users said they had the same problem.

The jailbreak has a 30% success rate, with some users who wrote that they could successfully jailbreak their phone. For one user, it took 25 tries to finally jailbreak the device. He said that he could do it with the “app switcher” open and force closed Electra each time he retried.

If You Want to Jailbreak the Device, You Must Downgrade

Apple stopped signing iOS 11.3.1 after they released iOS 11.4. Devices which are on iOS 11.4 or beta versions of iOS 12 are not able to downgrade to iOS 11.3.1. If you have this issue, to jailbreak your phone, you must use a downgrade tool. You can use the one developed by JailbreakStatus, following this link, where you can download it:

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