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How can I prevent the update to iOS 9.3.4 on devices running iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak

When connecting iPhone and iPad to the Internet via Wi-Fi, updates for iOS are automatically suggested to download and disable. Even if the user is not eager to install a new version of the operating system.

With the launch of iOS 5.0 in 2011, the owners of mobile devices Apple had the opportunity to update the firmware “over the air”, the so-called OTA update. Download the updates occur over the wireless network – the upgrade process itself runs on iPhone and iPad without connecting to iTunes.

It’s definitely a big step forward, but however, users of jailbroken devices have acquired a headache, because the installation of updates has meant the loss of jailbreak and even the risk of getting outside the device.

Below is the information on how to prevent the download of blocks the untethered jailbreak iOS updates 9.3.4 on devices running iOS 9.3.3 and how to prevent it from loading automatically in the future.

Step 1: On your iPhone and iPad with jailbreak, open Cydia from the home screen, go to Sources, click edit and specify the address of the new repository

Step 2: Wait for the update repositories and navigate to the Search tab.

Step 3: Write in the search bar, mikoto, locate the app and install it.

Step 4: After installation is complete, click to restart across different springboard.

mikoto – multifunctional tweak and disable OTA iOS updates need to activate the appropriate option. Go to menu Settings –> mikoto –> Settings (Preferences). Here you will find the option Software Update Disabler, turn it on.

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That’s all. Now you have protected your device on iOS jailbreak 9.3.3 the accidental installation of update.

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