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Tox1c Yalu

A "work in progress" iOS jailbreak for 64-bit devices created by qwertyoruiopz and marcograssi (yalu102).
This version is a mod by iKilledAppl3.

Supported Devices and iOS versions

Device Version
iPad Pro iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPhone 6S iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPhone SE iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPhone 5S iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPad Air iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPad Mini 2 iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPhone 6 iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPad Mini 3 iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPad Air 2 iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPad Mini 4 iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2
iPod touch (6G) iOS 10.0.0 -> iOS 10.2


What's different from yalu102, Yalu Dark, BlueYalu, and Yalu-X?

Well besides of the UI I basically added a lot of functionality that the original yalu102 project lacked.
BlueYalu, Yalu Dark, Yalu-X are great on their own as they have some features that my fork doesn't yet have but will soon have and more!

Do I need a computer to install this version of Yalu?

Yes, you do because I don't have a enterprise certificate to sign the IPA on a server and host it for an OTA install on iOS.
You can download the IPA and use Cydia Impactor to install it

Cydia Impactor Tutorial

Here's a great tutorial on how to use Cydia Impactor.
It mentions original yalu102 but the same rules apply to my IPA too.

Credit goes to EverythingApplePro

Will this be open sourced?

Yes, this project will be open-sourced via GitHub soon!
I am working on the code a bit more before release.

Will this work on iPhone 7/7+?

According to qwertyoruiopz "Note, the iPhone 7 is only supported till iOS 10.1.1 If you are already on iOS 10.2 with an iPhone 7, stay there. The actual exploit behind this still works, but the KPP bypass does not."
My version of yalu102 if ran on an iPhone 7/7+ on iOS 10.2 or higher will crash by itself due to the incompatibilty with those devices and firmwares.
This is to keep people from being confused if it works or not with that hardware/software version.