It has been months since hacker Luca Todesco released his iOS 10.2 Jailbreak. The tool was semi-untethered causing it to be unstable. However, a new tool might become available soon that is reportedly the “untethered” version of Todesco’s Yalu 102. What is more surprising, though, is that it will come from a new hacker called Lang Shi.
Luca Todesco’s jailbreak tool as previously reported is unstable. It only lasts for seven days before requiring users to reinstall it by repeating the whole process all over again. The developer of the tool, on the other hand, has not addressed this issue since he released it earlier this year. But, it appears like if he cannot do anything about, other hackers will have to step in.
According to University Herald, hacker Lang Shi joins the jailbreak industry by stating that their team is developing a more stable Yalu102. The team even added that their version of the tool is going to fully untether the iOS 10.2 jailbreak with a single tap. Should that be the case, then users will no longer have to reinstall the tool every week.
Now, for those who are wondering, the untethered edition of Yalu102 is going to be easier to use. Let’s put it to perspective. The tether type will require users to connect their phone to desktops to rerun the tool after a reboot. The semi-untether, on the other hand, will not require any desktop. Instead, to rerun it only needs a browser to complete.
Lastly, the untethered version will neither require a desktop nor a browser. A single tap will do it all. This is the main reason why users have been wanting to get their hands onto it. However, Lang Shi has not mentioned any specific release date yet so let us wait for further announcements from the hackers.
Luca Todesco Jbme102
Meanwhile, Forbes recently reported that Todesco is also designing a new tool that will eliminate the re-signing in every seven days. The announcement arrived on Twitter, where the hacking team also mentioned that the tool will arrive when Apple launched iOS 10.3. However, a day after the news broke out, the launch of the tool was cancelled already.
As of writing, Luca Todesco has yet to confirm any other plans about upgrading Yalu102. For now, users will be waiting for Lang Shi’s “stable” iOS 10.2 jailbreak tool. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.