A new jailbreak EtasonJB is introduced by tihmstar developer. The same hacker who is responsible for developing Phoenix jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5. The new EtasonJB jailbreak. EtasonJB is a completely untethered jailbreak, unlike other semi-untethered jailbreaks.
This means that your phone will not lose its jailbreak status when it restarts. The entire process is simple, you use Cydia Impactor to sideload the app on your iPad or iPhone. Below we are the proper guidelines for sideloading the app.
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Important information about EtasonJB:
The jailbreak supports only 32-bit device. It does not support 64-bit devices. The devices that it support are below.
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 5c
- iPhone 4s
- iPod touch 5
- iPad 2
- iPad 3
- iPad 4
- iPad mini 1
Before you jailbreak, make sure that you have created a complete backup of your phone. Since it is untethered jailbreak, so your phone is not going to lose its jailbreak status even when you restart it.
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Using EtasonJB for Jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 on 32-bit iPad and iPhone
- Download the EtasonJB file along with the Cydia Impactor.
- Open your iOS device to your computer and then open Cydia Impactor.
- Drag and drop the EtasonJb file on the Cydia Interface.
- You will have to enter your Apple Credential in order to move ahead.
- This will install the app on your phone, to confirm to go Home screen and search for the app icon labeled EtasonJB.
- Go to Settings, from there to General, to Profile and open the profile labeled with your Apple ID. Finally, tap on Trust.
- Head back to home screen and tap on Easton JB app.
- To start the jailbreak, tap on Etason JB button in the app.
Once the process starts do not touch your device until it is completed. Once done, go to Cydia and install your favorite tweaks. We hope this was helpful. If you still have any problem do contact us and we will be more than happy to help.
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