MTerminal-Jailed – iOS 11 Terminal Emulator [No Jailbreak]

Just like the Filza, MTerminal is now ported to iOS 11 non-jailbroken devices. Here’s how you can download and install MTerminal-Jailed on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

What is MTerminal-Jailed?

MTerminal-Jailed is a terminal emulator for non-jailbroken devices running iOS 11 firmware. It is developed by eminent tweak developer, AppleBetas.

It utilizes Ian Beer’s async_wake exploit and the original source code of MTerminal. Ian Beer’s exploit provides no-jailbreak support for iOS 11 whereas the original MTerminal code maintains intrinsic functionality.


Here’s a list of changes present in this version –

  • User interface support for iOS 11
  • tfp0 patch
  • Script location modifications

As of now, its functionality is limited and you can only use several basic commands such as uicache.

Here’s the complete installation tutorial for this tool. However, I wouldn’t recommend installing it just yet as a jailbreak is just around the corner now.

if you still want to go ahead and try it, ensure that your device is compatible first and you know terminal commands.


Just like other tools, this tool is also compatible with all versions up till 11.1.2. Moreover, all devices up till iPhone X are supported.

Here’s the full list of supported iOS 11 versions –

  • 11
  • 11.0.1
  • 11.0.2
  • 11.0.3
  • 11.1
  • 11.1.1
  • 11.1.2

If you are on iOS 11.2 or above, this tool will not work on your device.

Download MTerminal-Jailed


  • A 64-bit iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
  • iOS 11 firmware
  • Cydia Impactor
  • Internet connection

How to install MTerminal-Jailed on iOS 11-11.1.2

Step 1 Fire up Cydia Impactor sideload utility. If you don’t have it already, you can get it from here.

Step 2 Download the IPA file using the link above and drag it to Cydia Impactor’s window.


Step 3 Enter your Apple ID credentials to start the installation process.

Step 4 Wait for the installation to finish. Once it is over, the MTerminal-Jailed application will appear on your home screen.

Step 5 Go to Settings > General > Profiles & Device Management and verify this app under your Apple ID email account.

Step 6 Launch the app and you can now enter all basic terminal commands. Here’s a video demonstration of this amazing tool.


Posted by Yalu Jailbreak on Friday, December 22, 2017

That’s how simple it really is! If you get stuck on any step, don’t forget to leave a comment below.

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