Developed by Jay Freeman, known online under the nickname as Saurik, has released a new version of Cydia with support for iOS 10.2. The ability to jailbreak this OS appeared this week with the release of the utility Yalu102.
Actually Yalu102 utility debuted with a 32-bit version of Cydia 1.1.27. But this is not a mistake of the creators of the exploit: Saurik has released an update to 1.1.28 in December, but at the moment it is still in beta testing.
In Cydia 1.1.28 fixed bugs that occur with scripts written not in Latin. In addition, the update fixes a glitch preventing some of the jailbreak tweaks. Sometimes Addons are working with the error: attempt to install tweaks causes a reboot of the desktop, iPhone and iPad.
Anyone who has completed the jailbreak iOS 10.2/10.1.1, it is recommended to upgrade Cydia to the latest beta to more reliable operation of the jailbreak tweaks.
Update Cydia on the iPhone and iPad performed from the repository Freeman. You need to add in the program address http://apt.saurik.com/beta/cydia-arm64 and wait for the update repositories. After Cydia will prompt you to upgrade the packages, Cydia Installer, Debian Packager, and Tape Archive. Remains to click “Complete upgrade”. Update Cydia after the release of the final version will be done automatically.
The release of iOS 10.2 Yalu102 took place earlier this week. Developer utilities is hacker Luke Todesco. It’s an instrument designed for hacking the iPhone and iPad and is implemented in the form of IPA file to upload to the gadget using Cydia Impactor. Yalu102 is not compatible with iOS versions above 10.2.