iOS hackers Siguza and Tihmstar have just released a new iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak. Here’s how you can download and install doubleH3lix jailbreak on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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What is doubleH3lix?
doubleH3lix is a jailbreak tool developed for 64-bit devices running iOS 10-10.3.3 firmware. It is developed by Siguza and Tihmstar.
It is based on Siguza’s v0rtex exploit, KPP bypass, and a patchfinder that provides support for all versions out-of-the-box.
Think of it as a 64-bit version of the original h3lix jailbreak.
Moreover, all issues present in g0blin jailbreak like faulty GPS and buggy Touch ID are not present in this tool. The developers also intend to open source this tool sometime in the future.
All these features make it a solid alternative to g0blin, yalu102, and even Saigon. Therefore, if you are currently using any of these tools, you might want to switch to this improved jailbreak tool.
Here’s how you can jailbreak your Apple device with it.
But before you move onto the tutorial, ensure you have a compatible Apple device and firmware version.
Which versions and devices are compatible?
- iPhone 5s
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 7 (not supported)
- iPhone 7 plus (not supported)
- iPad Air
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Pro
- iPad mini 2
- iPad mini 3
- iPad mini 4
- iPod touch 6
- March 18 – RC7 improves the success rate for A9 device users. fixes issues with patchfinder on RC7.
- March 7 – A new experimental build fixes success rate on A9 devices.
- March 3 – RC6 fixes kernel exploit, offset finder bugs, and adds better support for iOS 10.0.2.
- March 2 – RC5 adds better compatibility for pre-iOS 10.3 versions.
- March 1 – RC4 is out. It fixes error 1426.
- March 1 – RC3 adds updated Cydia package.
- March 1 – RC2 fixes a KPP bug.
- A 64-bit iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- iOS 10-10.3.3 firmware
- A computer with Windows, macOS, or Linux
- Cydia Impactor
- Internet connection
How to jailbreak iOS 10-10.3.3 with doubleH3lix
Step 1 (Optional) If you are using any other jailbreak tool, reboot your device and remove it.
Step 2 Download the doubleH3lix IPA file using the link given above.
Step 3 Launch Cydia Impactor utility form your computer. You can download it from this link if you don’t have it installed already.
Step 4 Drag the IPA file you downloaded in “step 1” onto Cydia Impactor’s window. Enter your Apple ID username and password once it instructs you to do so.
Step 5 Wait for the installation process to complete. Once it’s over, the doubleH3lix application will appear on your home screen. However, you will receive an error if you try to open it just yet.
Step 6 To fix this issue, open the Settings app and navigate to Settings > General > Profiles & Device Management. Tap your Apple ID email and “trust” the aforementioned app.
Step 7 Tap the jailbreak button to start the exploitation process. Once it’s done, Cydia will appear on your screen.
How to re-jailbreak your device after rebooting
doubleH3lix is semi-untethered in nature and will make you lose your jailbreak once you reboot. To get back into jailbreak mode, you must follow the re-jailbreak procedure.
Step 1 Launch the jailbreak app from your home screen.
Step 2 Press the Kickstart button.
Step 3 Wait for the exploitation process to get over. Once it’s done, all your tweaks will start working again.
That’s all there’s to it! If you decide to use this jailbreak tool, please leave a comment detailing your experience below.
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