UniTether For iOS 9- iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak Tools Now Available, Here’s How To Download
The UniTether quasi-Untetherer aims to resolve all your semi-tethered jailbreak woes. Luckily, it is now available for iOS 9-10.3.3jailbreak tools and can be installed on user’s jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
What is UniTether?
For a quick reference, UniTether is a Debian package that turns a semi-untethered jailbreak into a completely untethered jailbreak. This tool was created by well-known tweak developer, Artikus.
This UniTether package is different from similar tools because it has the capability to run without an exploit. It can be recalled that all similar tools come with an exploit and this essentially affect the jailbreak procedure proactively unlike this untetherer.
How does the UniTether work?
The UniTether is indeed a one-of-a-kind jailbreak tool and is pretty complicated one at the same time. Here’s how it works:
- UniTether substitutes the intrinsic shutdown and reboot functions of iOS with its own highly reformed functions.
- The said modified functions thwart iOS from unpatching the kernel because the handset still has battery left.
- The user can now restart the device without the necessity to re-jailbreak.
Apart from that, this untetherer will stop reboots, which will prevent re-jailbreaking. The user can then utilize their semi-untethered jailbreak like a fully untethered one.
What are compatible jailbreak tools?
The UniTether has support for both 32-bit and 64-bit jailbreak tools on iOS 9-10.3.3. Jailbreak enthusiasts can utilize this untetherer if they’re running any of the following jailbreak tools:
- Pangu (iOS 9.2-9.3.3)
- yalu102(iOS 10-10.2)
- extra_recipe(iOS 10-10.1.1)
- Saigon(iOS 10.2.1)
- h3lix(iOS 10-10.3.3)
- g0blin(iOS 10.3-10.3.3)
- Meridian(iOS 10-10.3.3, can be used when it gets a Cydia upgrade)
Reminder: The Debian package is unverified, thus the user can utilize it at their own risk. It is also advised not to install it on any incompatible jailbreak such as Electra and LiberiOS.
UniTether on iOS 9-10.3.3 Installation Process
First, those who wanted to try the UniTether for iOS 9-10.3.3 jailbreak tool they can now follow these steps:
- Open Safari.
- Download the Debian package here.
- Open it using Filza file manager.
- Install the tweak.
- Respring the iOS device.
At this point, it will now replace the shutdown and reboot functions. Users can reboot their device by pressing home and sleep buttons all together for 7 seconds.
Have you tried the UniTether for iOS 9-10.3.3 jailbreak tool? Please share your experiences with us in the comment section below.