Download uasharedtools and ++ Hacked apps [iPhone X and below]

UnlimApps have just updated their entire lineup of super popular ++ hacked apps. You can download these apps and the required files for iOS 11 firmware below.

UnlimApps update ++ Hacked apps for iOS 11

Social media apps like Instagram++ and Snapchat++ are the reason why a lot of users jailbreak their device. Thankfully, UnlimApps updated all these apps just in time to make them compatible with iOS 11.

Apart from that, you can use these apps without revokes and with fully functional push notifications.

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The reason behind their incompatibility was the uasharedtools package. This package also received an update for iOS 11 and ensures all apps work properly on all devices including iPhone X.

Here’s the full list of hacked social media applications that now support iOS 11 –

  • Snapchat++
  • Facebook++
  • Instagram++
  • WhatsApp++
  • Twitter++

Compatibility

You just need to have an Apple device running a compatible version and you are good to go. Here’s the complete list of compatible iOS firmware versions for these apps –

  • 11.0
  • 11.0.1
  • 11.0.2
  • 11.0.3
  • 11.1
  • 11.1.1
  • 11.1.2    

Requirements

  • A 64-bit iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
  • iOS 11-11.1.2 firmware
  • Wifi connection
  • Basic knowledge of SSH and command line

How to install ++ apps on iOS 11-11.1.2 without PC

1. Establish an SSH session

Step 1 Jailbreak your Apple device using Electra jailbreak toolkit. You can download this toolkit from this link. Jailbreaking your device is important because these apps require full root access to add hacks to social media apps.

Step 2 Establish an SSH connection to your device with the iTerminal app. You can download it from the official App Store if you don’t have it on your device. Alternatively, you can use other SSH clients like WinSCP or Putty but they require a computer.

Step 3 Open the iTerminal app from your home screen and tap on SSH.

iTerminal

Step 4 You now need to input the SSH connection values pertaining to your device. Enter the following details –

  • IP Address – Your Wifi network’s IP address (you can find this value by going to Settings > Wi-fi and tapping the “i” icon next to your Wifi’s network)
  • Port – 22 or 2222
  • User Name – root
  • Password – alpine

iTerminal SSH app

Step 5 Tap Connect and you will now enter the terminal if you have done everything correctly.

iTerminal SSH

2. Install uasharedtools dependency

Enter the following command in the terminal to install uasharedtools. once you execute it, it will automatically install this package on your device.

/bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget -O – http://repo.unlimapps.com/electra/com.unlimapps.uasharedtools/electra.sh | /bootstrap/bin/bash

Warning – Remember, this is very important. If you don’t install this dependency, none of the apps will work. Also, there’s no line break after “-O” and “.sh |” in these commands. They may appear a bit wonky due to the formatting.

3. Install ++ apps

Once you install the aforementioned package, your device is now ready for installing the hacked apps.

Simply enter any of the following commands depending on which app you want to install.

These scripts will automatically install the desired app into its correct directory. There’s no need for you to download and install the Debian packages manually.

Instagram++

/bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget -O – http://repo.unlimapps.com/electra/com.unlimapps.gramplus/electra.sh | /bootstrap/bin/bash

Snapchat++

/bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget -O – http://repo.unlimapps.com/electra/com.abcapps.snapplus/electra.sh | /bootstrap/bin/bash

WhatsApp++

/bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget -O – http://repo.unlimapps.com/electra/com.freemanrepo.waplus/electra.sh | /bootstrap/bin/bash

Twitter++

/bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget -O – http://repo.unlimapps.com/electra/com.unlimapps.twitterpp/electra.sh | /bootstrap/bin/bash

Facebook++

/bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget -O – http://repo.unlimapps.com/electra/com.unlimapps.fbpp/electra.sh | /bootstrap/bin/bash

How to uninstall ++ apps

Step 1 Download the uninstall bash script from this link.

Step 2 Move this file to the bootstrap folder on your device’s filesystem.

Step 3 Open iTerminal again and establish an SSH session.

Step 4 Enter this command in terminal.

cd /bootstrap
sh remove.sh

Step 5 Wait for it to execute the scipt. All your apps, along with uasharedtools, will now be removed within a few seconds.

Future Development

  • There’s a bug in WhatsApp++ that causes a call to end if the user goes back to messages or exits to the Springboard. Except for WhatsApp++, there are no known bugs in other apps thus far.
  • YouTube++ and Unlimtones are not updated yet. Hopefully, they too will receive an update in the near future by the developers.

As always, don’t hesitate to post a comment below if you run into a problem.

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