The Yalu jailbreak was released a while ago, and developers have made a lot of custom versions of this jailbreak, which contain UI and functionality improvements.
As a beginner, you may be overwhelmed with the amount of Yalu jailbreak versions being released to the community. If you are unsure which one to use, this article will aid that process.
Created by GeoSn0w (F.C.E. 365), the Yalu dark project has more UI than functionality improvements, but the interface is absolutely amazing. As the name suggested, this custom version of Yalu has a dark UI.
Here’s the full changelog:
- Make the interface darker
- Change go button to jailbreak now button
- Add a cool graffiti-styled font to the jailbreak now button
- Add an option to enable or disable mobile substrate
- Add certificate (signing) status
- Added Wi-Fi SSH support
If you would like to try this version of Yalu, here is the link to its Github page including the iPA files to sideload. Or, if you’d like to see the video review first, here you go:
Made by 1GamerDev (LoftyNine7), BlueYalu is a redesigned version of the Yalu Jailbreak for iOS 10.2. It contains the following improvements:
- Add custom blue background
- Remove credits text and add credits button
- Jailbreak button has blurry background
- Mobile substrate switch
- Reinstall Cydia switch
- SSH over WiFi
- Raise vnode limit
- Reset Jailbreak
- Certificate status
- Set custom appnonce
- And much more!
BlueYalu is now available as an .IPA file for you to download and install via Cydia Impactor. The latest version is 4.1 (as of writing this post).
The YouTube review video is down below.
yalu102-space is a project created by developer jakeashacks (jakejames). It acts as a jailbreak “for 10.0-10.2 pre-iPhone 7 64bit”.
- Add a space-styled custom UI
- Substrate switch
- Reinstall Cydia switch
- Raise vnode limit switch
Here’s the link to the yalu102-space project with the IPA builds for sideloading via Cydia Impactor.
Or, if you’d like to see a video review before installing the app, here you go:
Obviously, the original Yalu version does get the job done in term of installing Cydia onto your iPhone or iPad. However, the IPA itself still lacks some important features. Several users also found it difficult to use.
If that’s the case, any of the improved version of Yalu that we mentioned above will ease the process of jailbreaking your iOS 10.2 devices. Let us know which one are you currently using.