A few days back we reported that a new Project Zero exploit could result in an iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak. However, there was some confusion about whether the jailbreak will support all the iPhones and iPads, especially devices newer than iPhone 6s.
We have some good news for users with devices newer than iPhone 6s. Coolstar, the developer of Electra Jailbreak has confirmed that the iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak will work on all iOS devices including iPhone X.
Alibaba engineer, Min(Spark) Zheng, has also shared a kppless (bypass kpp) method on Twitter that works on all 64-bit iOS devices, which should also help in developing the iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak.
coolstar confirmed the news in a series of tweets:
whoa as soon as I put the donation portal up on Electra’s website, a lot of people are donating… have to say I was not expecting that
I guess this really does show that there’s a lot more people who are appreciative (and are usually quiet and patient) compared to the naggers
It’s a shame that back when I was doing the 11.1.2 jailbreak there was a statistical bias favoring the naggers, but today the jailbreak community has redeemed itself. I screwed up handling PR when doing the 11.0-11.1.2 jailbreak, but this release will be drama-free 🙂
Will be providing as much support for A10/A11 as possible. Looks like we should be able to get rootfs rw and have all of the existing functionality. If not, however, you’ll still get root shell and SpringBoard tweaks
It is great to see coolstar is back in action as he had previously said that the Electra iOS 11.1.2 Jailbreak would be his last jailbreak.
He hasn’t provided an ETA on when the update for Electra Jailbreak will be released to support iOS 11.3.1 – iOS 11.2.
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