iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak

Despite only being released on September 13th, iOS 10 has already received two updates, albeit minor ones to fix bugs and problems that have arisen on a number of devices, including the newest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. In spite of the issues, iOS 10 is one of the largest updates released in a long while, containing a whole host of features, with something for everyone to take advantage of. Keep reading for detailed iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak tutorial.

Image : iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak Update


Quick Download Cydia on iOS 10.0.2 :

This tutorial works on the latest iOS 10.0.2 firmware and older versions supporting both 64 bit and 32 bit devices .

  1. Launch the Safari web browser on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 10.0.2 firmware. ios_10_cydia_jailbreak_home_ios_10 copy
  2. Now simply type in in the address bar and open the page. ios_10_jailbreak_safari_ios9c0 (1) copy
  3. After this webpage loads completely on your iOS device , go to the bottom of the screen and tap on the UP arrow [ as shown here ]. ios9cydia_safari_iphoneios_9_cydia_ipad_safari
  4. This will bring up a page where you will select Add to HomeScreen .ios_10_jailbreak_safari_ios9c3
  5. In the next screen , rename the app icon as Cydia and then tap on Add buttonios 9 jailbreak safari2
  6. On your homescreen you will now see the Cydia iOS 10.0.2 app icon installed. Tap on that to access iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak app updates directly on your device.

Video : Here is a video tutorial explaining the above process

Pangu iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak Installer Release Date :

What people really want to know is when will the next full fledged iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak installer be released ? Obviously we can’t give you a date for that, for a number of reasons. First, it is far too soon to expect Pangu to produce a Pangu 10.0.2 jailbreak [ext link] for the latest iOS firmware. Second, with Apple updating it so frequently, any vulnerabilities that they have already found may already have been patched, especially as it has already been revealed that there are vulnerabilities in iOS 10.

Cydia iOS 10.0.2 Compatibility Status :

Luca Todesco has managed to pull off his usual trick of revealing a jailbreak before either Taig or Pangu does. His Twitter account, handle @qwertyoruiopz for any one that wants a look, contains a video of an iPad that has been jailbroken on iOS 10 and a photograph of an iPhone 7 running Cydia on iOS 10.0.1 .  However, as usual these jailbreaks will not be making it into the public domain and it is more than likely that he has done nothing more than warn Apple of the vulnerabilities.

Image : Cydia iOS 10.0.2 on iPhone


Because of that, we can’t expect a jailbreak installer to be released in the next few days but it is perfectly possible that Taig or Pangu will now release an iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak. Although iOS 10.1 is in beta at the moment, that is not expected to be released for some weeks yet, leaving both teams time to come up with an iOS 10.0.2  jailbreak in the meantime. For now, the advice we can give you is simple – if you are still running the PPHelper jailbreak on iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 and you want to hang on to it, don’t update. If you do, your jailbreak is gone and you will have to sit tight and wait for the next one.

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One Comment

  1. Hi.

    I own a Macbook Pro 2013 retina model. Since I updated to Sierra, I’ve noticed a problem that seems to be firmware related vulnerability. Apple has verified that it is software specific to at least my model. They’ve been in discussion with me with their customer relations to provide compensation for my find. (Free products from their store, including a new laptop model). They also said I would be credited with the next software update version. They had me run 2 third party applications in order to gather data to further locate the problem which could become exploited. Those apps are TimingSnoop and Capture Data. I have run them and have produced some detailed information related to the flawed firmware.

    I have not yet sent it to them, as I wanted to see what the information’s value is in the hacker world. What advice would you have for me?



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