How stable is Yalu jailbreak? This question has been asked a lot of times and rightly so.
Before you jailbreak your device, you must take into account its stability in jailbroken state.
There’s no point in jailbreaking your device with a tool that offers little stability and causes performance issues.
Here’s a quick overview of stability of each tool.
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How Stable is Yalu1011 Jailbreak?
Yalu1011 can get a bit unstable at times. You should expect reboots/resprings out of the blue.
This is the only jailbreak tool available for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. It is compatible with iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1 only.
Yalu1011 source code was never made open source. As a result, not many developers were able to work on it and make it more stable. Here’s a tutorial on how to make Yalu1011 more stable –
Overall, it is less stable than Yalu102.
How Stable is Yalu102 Jailbreak?
Yalu102 jailbreak tool is quite stable considering it never came out of beta. You can, however, experience issues such as –
- Random reboots
- Safe mode
Again, most of these issues are device-specific and not really related to Yalu itself. For example, a bogus tweak may send your device in Safe mode.
Remember, Yalu102 jailbreak is a bit unstable on iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4 due to hardware issues. It can take a lot of attempts before you finally get it working. Here’s a tutorial to fix this problem once and for all.
Other than that, it works smoothly on all iOS devices.
Since Yalu102 is open source, many developers have released their own versions of Yalu.
These versions are designed for newbies and offer many advanced features that, otherwise, must be performed manually. Here’s a list of all modified versions of Yalu102 –
- Yaluspace Jailbreak Released for iOS 10-10.2 [DOWNLOAD]
- BlueYalu Jailbreak for iOS 10-10.2 Released [DOWNLOAD]
- Yalu Dark and Absinthe Jailbreak for iOS 10-10.2 [DOWNLOAD]
Should I use Yalu Jailbreak?
Yes, I highly recommend you use Yalu to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod. After all, this is the only jailbreak we have for iOS 10.
This jailbreak is semi-untethered. Therefore, you must resign it after every 7 days to put your device in jailbreak mode.
As far as the stability is concerned, you can install a plethora of 3rd-party tools and fixes to make it stable.