How to Remove iOS 10 Jailbreak From Your iOS Device Using Cydia Eraser
As you know, hacker Luca Todesco hass released his first jailbreak app ever called Yalu for iOS devices running iOS 10, iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1 version. It’s the same as the previous 9.3.3 jailbreak as two of them both comes in the form of .IPA files and require you to sideload the application.
Since the Yalu jailbreak is semi-untethered, so you will have to re-jailbreak every time rebooting and after each 7 days.
Therefore, this makes users feel annoyed and want to unjailbreak their iPhone, then wait for a stable jailbreal tool without having to update to the latest iOS version. Fortunately, a developer- Saurik has recently updated his Cydia Eraser tweak to support unjailbreaking your iOS 10 devices. If that applies to you, let see the following tutorial.
Steps to Remove iOS 10 Jailbreak with Cydia Eraser
- Go to Cydia > Sources
- Add this source: http://apt.saurik.com/beta/eraser-10.1/
- Then install Cydia Eraser from that repository
The tweak will now be installed and then appear right on your home screen. Just lauch it and activate Cydia Eraser.
But some users said the installation went through smoothly, but every time they opened Cydia Eraser on their device, it was crashed. Saurik has also commented that he had not tried this package on the jailbroken firmware, so we would have to wait for an official announcement of the new Cydia Eraser supporting for iOS 10 version.
It seems that you can still unjailbreak your iOS 10 device while keeping the current firmware, meaning your device will not be upgraded to the latest Apple firmware. That’s resetting your iOS Device from Find My iPhone. Several people from the jailbreak community has confirmed that this is working. So you can try this way to unjailbreak your device easily and directly.
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