iOS 11.3.1 Electra Jailbreak On The Way; How To Block iOS Update Detailed

Maricris Jose
12:52 PM

CoolStar already announced that the iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak tool is already finished. In case you’re one of those waiting for the toolkit’s public release you may want to block over the air update updates on your device.

The Cupertino-based tech giant also has a tendency to be pretty aggressive when it comes to discontinuing the signing for older versions of iOS, fundamentally rendering them in a condition where they can’t be downgraded to. That’s the same case with the iOS 11.3.1 as Apple already stopped signing it a couple of weeks ago after it has released the iOS 11.4 final and 11.4.1 beta.

Currently, the iOS 11.4 is the newest shipping version of iOS but then the iOS 11.3.1 is the last iOS version that can be jailbroken as it will soon obtain the public iOS 11.3.1 Electra jailbreak toolkit. The moment Apple stopped signing iOS 11.3.1 it destined that users who upgraded to iOS 11.4, whether on a purpose or by coincidence, were already stuck.

If you’re a jailbreaker or jailbreak enthusiasts this isn’t a great place to be. While it’s too late for some, anyone who is presently running quite favorably with an iOS 11.3.1 handset will likely want to stay that way. Here’s the step-by-step process on how you can disable or block the iOS update:

Reminder: In case you already have an impending OTA update showing up on your handset, you have to remove it first by heading to Settings > General > Storage and iCloud Usage. Afterward, select Manage Storage from under Storage and then locate the pending OTA update and tick Delete Update.

Step 1: Start off Safari on the handset that you want to stop from offering iOS updates recurrently.

Step 2: Point Safari to this link:!h7ISgTRB!85DI25AVuIqIyxQW0UA4F6AZ_c-KTty_-8yUb9RHjQM.

Step 3: You’ll be urged to install a profile. Do the steps to finish the installation and make sure the profile is also trusted.

Step 4: Reboot your iOS device

Step 5: Check for new iOS updates by heading to Settings > General > Software Update. You must not see one even if your handset is on an older iOS version.

Is your iOS update now disabled? Are you waiting for the iOS 11.3.1 Electra jailbreak? Always keep an eye for further announcements!

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Maricris is a writer who has spent two years writing about trending news and viral contents. Technology is her most favorite niche as she worked before as a Sales Associate in a leading and well-known gadget store in the Philippines.Email Maricris-
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