Here’s the way to keep using yalu102 iOS 10.2 jailbreak without re-signing the certificate just about every 7 days or so.
Last month Luca Todesco has released yalu102 for iOS 10- iOS 10.2 jailbreak. The new jailbreak is available in beta version to download for 64 bit iOS devices. You can find a step by step guide down below to jailbreak your iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus running on iOS 10.x to iOS 10.2 iOS firmware.
Semi-untethered jailbreaks are something very confusing and irritating for some people. Even though old jailbreakers find themselves confused with this technique in these days as well as things like having to re-signing to keep jailbreak. The Yalu102 is also semi-untethered jailbreak app that requires re-sign every seven days.
The process will involve modifying the device date, in other words people need to remember last signed date for jailbreak app yalu102.
Now when the yalu102 app crashes on your device next time, showing that the signed certificate of the app has expired. Here’s what you need do to launch the app again without having to connect the device to computer and re-sign the app.
- If your device is in jailbreak mode, go-to Settings –> General –> Date & Time and toggle off the Set Automatically option
- Now change your device date to the day after you last signed the jailbreak app. For example, if the last signed date is February 28, then change the date to February 29
Now after changing the date, turn-off your device and then turn on again. Now, you’ll have the option to launch the yalu102 jailbreak app and put your device back into jailbreak mode
- The yalu102 jailbreak app is active again, and your iOS device is in jailbreak mode once again, set the device date back to the current date.
This is continuous practice, which means that you’ll have to do it again every time you restart the device and it’s back in non-jailbreak mode. We know that it is bit difficult, but it’s absolutely a good option to keep using iOS 10.2 jailbreak Yalu102 without re-signing.