A lot of users are complaining about random reboots on iOS 10. Here’s the complete solution to this problem.
This problem is more widespread on the following devices –
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 plus
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Mini 4
However, if you own any other device, you can use this tutorial to fix random reboots.
We will remove the following from our iOS device –
- Corrupt packages.
- Old archive files.
Since the jailbreak is still stuck in beta stage, this is expected. As Yalu is never going to be updated, this is your best bet right now. Now onto the tutorial.
Table of Contents
- A jailbroken device running iOS 10-10.2
- MTerminal Terminal Emulator
How to Fix Random Reboots on Yalu/mach_portal Jailbreak iOS 10
Step 1 Fire up MTerminal Terminal Emulator.
Step 2 Enter the following commands –
The default root password is “alpine”. If you have changed it, use your new password instead of “alpine”.
Step 3 Enter the command given below –
If it prompts you to continue, enter y and press enter.
Step 4 Enter the command given below –
Step 5 Close MTerminal.
That’s all there’s to it. Your iOS device will now get cleaned up properly. This will make your jailbreak more stable and prevent your device from restarting out of the blue.
If you are still facing random reboots to the point where your device is becoming useless, here are your options –
- Use SemiRestore10 Lite and OSRestoreX. This method will keep your firmware intact.
- Save your SHSH2 blobs and update to iOS 10.3. Keep in mind, you will lose your jailbreak should you follow this method.
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After I enter apt-get autoremove
sh: apt-get: command not found
What’s the problem?
Update all the APT packages and NewTerm2 as well.