iOS 11.3.1 Electra Jailbreak Tool To Drop In A Few Days, CoolStar Confirms
The jailbreak community will be delighted as it appears that the iOS 11.3.1 Electra jailbreak Tool will be released in the coming days. This piece of information came from the Electra creator itself, CoolStar.
The Electra Team will utilize an in-house APFS bypass to resolve the remount problem that was postponing the toolkit public release. Now, all that seems to be left is just a bit of wrapping and polishing before iOS 11.3.1 Electra jailbreak tool becomes readily accessible to the public.
After this piece of information dropped, the official website of Electra was updated featuring a status indicator that displays the team’s development on the tool. As of now, the said indicator is almost full and displays the word “Packaging.”
Moreover, the Electra Team member CoolStar retweeted Atom Developments post. The said tweet teases a forthcoming project that’s called Sileo, which promises to “revolutionize something you love doing.”
It is also worth pointing out that there’s no official word yet regarding what Sileo will be. But then, there have been some circulating speculation and rumors on /r/jailbreak that it could possibly be a Cydia alternative for installing the jailbreak tweaks. Despite this, be reminded that this is not yet confirmed yet, and information available as of this moment leaves a lot of wiggle room for numerous explanations
What is confirmed as of this moment is that iOS 11.3.1 Electra jailbreak tool will automatically filter unsuited jailbreak tweaks from performing in Cydia’s default repositories, like BigBoss, ModMyi, and ZodTTD. Additionally, a spreadsheet was also made available to developers allowing them to mark their tweaks as well-suited with iOS 11 so that the jailbreak enthusiasts can download them the moment the much-awaited time arrives.
Remount for 11.3.1 is complete! Jailbreak will be dropping within a few days
— Electra Team (@electra_team) July 4, 2018
The moment iOS 11.3.1 Electra jailbreak tool was officially released, it will support all firmware versions starting from iOS 11.2-11.3.1. The said firmware versions are susceptible to Ian Beer’s tfp0 exploit, which played an important role in the updated jailbreak toolkit’s progress. Always stay tuned as we’ll surely let you know the moment this toolkit is already available.