iOS 11.1.2 to iOS 10.0 C0F3 JAILBREAK BETA RELEASED | All you need to know! - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Friday, 5 January 2018

iOS 11.1.2 to iOS 10.0 C0F3 JAILBREAK BETA RELEASED | All you need to know!

iOS 11.1.2 to iOS 10.0 C0F3 JAILBREAK BETA RELEASED | All you need to know!


In an unexpected turn of events, a new Jailbreak has been released which apparently supports #iOS 10.0 all the way up to iOS 11.1.2. To be able to do this, Joseph Shenton, the developer of C0F3 Jailbreak has combined multiple exploits together. Amongst the exploits used, C0F3 includes v0rtex exploit by s1guza, v0rtex 32-Bit, async_wake (a few of the forks), and xerub's KPPless. According to Joseph Shenton, the jailbreak is partially working, but it is NOT fully functional yet. Tweaks can be installed on iOS 10 to iOS 10.3.3 64-Bit if they're not dependent on the Mobile Substrate. Cydia DOES work (at least partially) on iOS 10.x 64-Bit, but because the Mobile Substrate is closed source, we have to wait for saurik to update it before most of the tweaks can be installed. The iOS 11.x part of #C0F3 #Jailbreak doesn't feature a working Cydia yet, and that's because both #Cydia and the substrate have to be updated by saurik. C0F3 is released under BETA flag, and it is intended for developers and power users so that Joseph can collect error logs and offsets for various iOS versions. With some many exploits used for so many different devices and iOS versions, the offsets are required. I don't currently recommend this jailbreak if you're not experienced in iOS and you don't know what you're doing. Since it is in early Beta stages and the Substrate is broken, it has the potential to screw stuff up. If you do know what you're doing and you decide to try this, Joseph accepts feedback via GitHub or even Twitter regarding possible bugs, errors or even offsets. ! Use the coupon PL5OFF to get 5$ off on my iOS App Developer Course!

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