How to Fix jbme.qwertyoruiop.com Not Working

A lot of users are reporting that  jbme.qwertyoruiop.com is not working on their device. Here’s a quick fix for this error.

  • Update (June 2) – There is a bug in the website and hence it is not working properly. It will be fixed by tomorrow. Until then, you can follow any of the solutions given below to fix this error.

Why is jbme.qwertyoruiop.com not working?

This happens because many a time KPP (Kernel Patch Protection) is active. So when you attempt to jailbreak, the exploit can’t be loaded properly. This results in failure.

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When KPP is inactive, it will definitely work. You just need to try again. The complete jailbreak procedure is here –

How to Fix jbme.qwertyoruiop.com Not Working

Solution 1

Open http://www.alexbuz.com/jb.html in Safari browser. It will automatically start the jailbreak process. It keeps trying again until the code injection is successful.

Solution 2

Step 1 Open this URL on your iPhone, iPad or iPod using Safari web browser – http://iapps4u.net/panguspace.

Step 2 Press the Jailbreak! button and let it do its thing.

That’s all there’s to it. There’s no need to play around with your lock screen with this method.

Solution 3

Try using Avalon Studios Cydia repository – https://repo.avalon-studios.de or https://jb.damer.de/. Simply tap the down arrow, go to JAILBREAKME and slide the JAILBREAK tab.

Here’s how to do it (thanks to Dynamic Duo).

This method works although it may take a few tries at first.

Solution 4

This is the official fix by the developer for the time being. He is still working on a proper fix for this tool, though.

Step 1 Launch Safari and open these URLs in two separate tabs –

  • https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com/exec
  • https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com/loader

Step 2 Open another tab with this URL – https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com/

Step 3 Tap go.

Solution 5

You can also use Pangu to jailbreak your device running iOS 9. Here’s what you need to do.

Step 1 Download NvwaStone_1.1.ipa file here and save it on the desktop.

Step 2 Download Cydia Impactor utility and open it.

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Step 3 Install NvwaStone_1.1 IPA file by dragging it into Cydia Impactor’s window. You can follow this tutorial if you don’t know how to use Cydia Impactor.

Step 4 Wait for the Pangu application to get installed on your device. Once it is done, open it and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 5 Your iPhone, iPad or iPod will now be jailbroken successfully.

Solution 6

Use mobile Safari browser only. If you use any other browser, the code will not be injected to your device. For example, this site will not work with Chrome.

Solution 7

Try refreshing the website and press “go” again. The website might be down too. If that’s case, you need to try it after sometime.

Solution 8

Try rebooting and then retry the jailbreak procedure.

Solution 9

It’s not working because you might be trying it on the wrong iOS version. It is compatible only with 9.2-9.3.3. It does not support iOS 9.3.4 and 9.3.5.

Solution 10

Sometimes the jailbreak app doesn’t work. You need to open the website and then perform the entire jailbreak procedure again.

If you are still facing some errors, leave a comment below. I will be happy to help.

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  • Anton Cool

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b9b8c2e5668525d11671981044e206560de9e22d07dd0fd6d91aa74d8353f890.jpg [Question] qwertyoruiop jailbreak website wont work, any1 know a fix to this? (its says that the website didn’t load again due to a problem) This happens after I’ve clicked “go” and “close”
    .

    • Hello, Anton. Try again, it seems to be working now. It can actually work offline once you save it.

      • Noah O

        I’m having the same problem too. Safari keeps saying “There was a problem with this webpage so it was reloaded” every time I press “go”.

        • Hello, Noah. Try this – Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data > Remove All Website Data and then try using jbme again. It seems like the site is having a few problems at this point in time.

          • Noah O

            I’ve tried that a few times, rebooting inbetween. This seems to be a bit more widespread than I thought since it’s not working on my ipad or sisters phone either anymore. She actually came to me while I was figuring this out to tell me the site was reloading now.

          • Alright. Please wait for now until I find a fix for this problem.

          • Noah O

            Alright it’s All fixed now!

          • Yes, the glitch seems to have been fixed now.

          • Jake

            Sir I have the same problem please help

          • Hello, sir. Why don’t you try solution 1 given above.

    • Check out Solution 1 above.

  • Viktor Karlsson

    i have the same problem as anton, pls help im getting depressed without jailbreak

    • Hello, Viktor. The issue lies with the website itself so I can’t provide a working fix at the moment. The developer is working on it and it should be fixed by tomorrow. Keep following our social channels for the latest updates.

      • I have found a workaround. Just wait, I am updating the tutorial.

  • C Mc

    Finally! Been having the same problem as others, but ‘solution 1’ with Avalon Studios site worked for me after a few attempts- back to Jailbroken on iOS 9.3.3. Thank You!!

  • 9.3.3 Jailbreaker

    Im on 9.3.3 and I cant rejailbreak my device using jbme. Since im not jailbroken I cant get into cydia. I dont know what Im supposed to do exactly. Ive followed the steps.

    • Hello, have you tried Solution 1?

      • Logan Kepler

        I tried solution 1 and I have the same problem as he does pls help

  • Bakir

    Whenever I click go on jailbreakMe 9.3.3 it says a problem has occurred and I never get the notification telling me to close the phone

    • Hello, Baqir. Which site are you using? have you tried Solution 1?

  • Logan Kepler

    I tried solution 1 and I have the same problem as him but it worked after rebooting but then it gets stuck on respring/loop and I’m back to square one

    • Hello, Logan. Try Solution 2, it should work.

  • That’s great, Kendy! Glad it worked for you.

  • Ay Ima Stackahmillion

    I am not able to access my jailbreak through any methods above 🙁 please help

    • Hello, Ay. There seems to be a problem with some ISPs. Have you tried using another network?

      • Ay Ima Stackahmillion

        Yes I’ve tried panguspace and jbme qwerty nothing worked..:/

        • Did you try Avalon repo?

          • Ay Ima Stackahmillion

            Yes I also tried Avalon and Cydia seems to load up but still no luck

          • Try the nvwastone IPA file.

          • Ay Ima Stackahmillion

            I did that originally and still no luck restoring my jailbreak it was working for so long and then pangus app stopped and now it’s jbme site aswell 🙁

          • The developer has identified the issue and is working on it. Please wait. I will message you as soon as he fiex it.

          • Ay Ima Stackahmillion

            Thanks a lot please let me know as soon as

          • Sure thing, mate.

  • Hello, Ledge. This method is already given above.

  • Humble Maestro

    hello there peeps! I accidentally changed my systemversion.plist and now there’s no way i can re-jailbreak. (spoofed to 10.3.2) /FB.html version of qwertyoruiop site doesn’t work for me and none of methods above either. If you can advice me something, i’d be happy to hear it. Thanks 🙂 p.s: it’s just 10 symbols i changed and now it’s broken!

    • Hello, Humble.

      1. Download nvwastone IPA file from here – http://183 .91 .33 .46/dl.pangu .25pp .com/jb/NvwaStone_1.1 .ipa

      2. Open it using 7-Zip.

      3. Go to Payload > NvwaStone.app > Info.plist.

      4. Open it using any plist editor software and edit “MinimumOSVersion” to your spoofed version.

      5. Sideload the above IPA with Cydia Impactor.

      6. Open Cydia, install Filza and open it.

      7. Go to /System/Library/CoreServices

      8. Open SystemVersion.plist and change “ProductBuildVersion” and “ProductVersion” to the correct version.

      9. Save SystemVersion.plist and reboot your iPhone.

      Hope this helps.

      • Humble Maestro

        going to try it now. I already tried to change info.plist data and this didn’t help, let’s try that again.

      • Humble Maestro

        Tried it again and it didnt’t work. When i open Pangu, it says ‘only support iOs 9.2~9.3.3!’
        I think changing minimumOsVersion lets you bypassing ios version check only when you launch an app, but not when you try to start JB

        • No, it works with jailbreak tools as well. I think you must be missing a step, maybe. What error are you getting in Impactor? Try again and see how it goes.

          Also, try these versions as well – https://yalujailbreak.net/jbme-qwertyoruiop-not-working/.

          • Humble Maestro

            Everything goes correct. Impactor does not show any errors. I change ‘minimumOsVersion’ then sideload modified app to my iPhone. Note: i already had Pangu installed, but i think sideloading would just replace existing app with a new one.
            I get no errors during this process, but when i launch pangu, it says ‘only support iOs 9.2~9.3.3!’.
            All i need is pangu to somehow bypass system version check, seems like changing that info.plist makes no change to ‘ios 9.2-9.3.3’ requirement. (minimumOsVersion was 9.2 but i’ve never seen a single reminder about higher border of 9.3.3)

          • Have you tried other alternatives I posted above?

          • Humble Maestro

            sure, that was my first idea when i came to this site.
            May there be any other ways to modify the app without special skills? 🙂 or should i just wait for 10.3.2 JB?

          • Unfortunately, that is all you can do to fix this issue. There are no other ways to modify it that I know about. It seems waiting for a 10.3.2 jb is the only option for you right now.

          • Humble Maestro

            i think contacting Pangu is a bad idea? unlikely they respond to users requests….

          • You can try contacting them but they don’t usually reply to users.

  • Arlan Moreno

    I tried solution 3 and it does work. It took me two separate resets. I am using a iPhone 6.

    • Hello, Arlan. Glad you got it working.

  • Carter Patterson

    Hey Luca, I no longer have the signed jailbreak anymore because I deleted the app but I still had the jailbreak on my iPad somehow and using the website up until tonight has allowed me to stay jail broken but now it isn’t working and I don’t know what to do

    • Hello, Carter. Try the Solution 3 given above.

  • James

    Hi Luca, I can’t seem to get my iPhone to be recognized on iTunes. I’ve tried literally everything.

    1 iTunes updated
    And downgraded
    2. Updated drivers and all trouble shooting possible
    3 different cables tried
    4. Different computers tried.
    5. Restarted all of the Apple services.

    Nothing seems to work ? Is there anything you can advice. Please and thanks in advance.

    I need to backup my iPhone.

    • Hello, James. It seems like your device is at fault here. What’s your device/firmware? Do you have any other and is it working with iTunes?

      You can give this a try – navigate to ProgramFiles > Common Files > Apple > Mobile Device Support > Drivers. Right click on usbaapl64.inf and install it.

  • You can also use this link to rejailbreak iOS 9.3.3: https://jbmenow .com
    Maybe you want to add it to your list. 🙂

    Greetings from Austria,
    Fabian