Now that iOS 11.1.1 download [ext link] has been released, it is time to start thinking more about jailbreaks. To be fair, things haven’t been looking too good since iOS 10 was released, with just one jailbreak and, until now, iOS 11 seemed to be going the same way. We can now tell you though that iOS 11.1.1 Jailbreak [ext link] is possible ; you can install Cydia iOS 11.1.1 and we are going to show you how.
Image : Cydia iOS 11.1.1 Download Tutorial
How to Install Cydia on iOS 11.1.1:
There are two ways for you to do this so pick the method that suits you:
Method 1: Safari Browser
- Open Safari browser , the only browser this works
- From the address bar, go to cydiaios7.com
- Locate the UP arrow on the web page, top right on the iPad and bottom center on the iPhone screen , and tap on it
- When the new page loads, tap Add to Home Screen
- Now type Cydia into the box for naming the app icon. Tap the Add button and close Safari
- Look on your home screen and the Cydia icon will be there
Video: How to download Cydia on iOS 11.1.1
Method 2: Using Yalu Jailbreak
As we said earlier, iOS 10 wasn’t brilliant for jailbreaks and the only developer to provide any kind of utility was Luca Todesco with Yalu Jailbreak. Yalu has now been given support for iOS 11.1.1 but, as with the iOS 10 version, there are a couple of things you should be aware of before you try to download it:
Image : Yalu Jailbreak
- Yalu jailbreak only works on the iPhone
- You must use Cydia Impactor to install Yalu to your iPhone or iPad and this requires you to use a valid Apple ID.
- Yalu is semi untethered and will require you to reactivate the jailbreak every time your device reboots.
Image : Cydia iOS 11.1
If you can install Yalu on iOS 11.1.1, a full guide can be found at the link below :
- Download Yalu Jailbreak [ Full Tutorial]
How to Stop Cydia from Crashing :
When you install Cydia in this way, you will notice one consistent issue, it will crash after 7 days and, when you reinstall it, it will crash again 7 days later. This is not because there is a problem within the Cydia app but because Apple continually revokes the app certificate. Because Apple doesn’t have a hand in signing the certificate, they do not treat it as valid and this is why they revoke the certificate. There is a way to stop this; you can install a tool called Anti Revoke [ext link] which will block Apple from revoking the certificate, meaning you don’t have to keep on reinstalling Cydia.
Image : Anti Revoke App
Cydia Alternatives :
If you are looking to replace Cydia, we have some plenty of app installers that can give you same or similar functionality without the need of jailbreaking.
If you can’t install Cydia on your iPhone or iPad, it might be worth looking at AppValley [ext link].
Full of paid and premium apps for free, modified apps like Snapchat++ and a few Cydia tweaks, AppValley is one of the recent app installers designed to offer some of what Cydia does to those who can’t or don’t want to jailbreak. If you want to download AppValley, you can find a full step by step tutorial at the linked post.
Another alternative worth considering is TweakBox [ext link]. This is another installer that was released in a bid to replace Cydia for some of us.
Like AppValley, it has a few popular Cydia tweaks and modified apps in it, such as AirShou [ext link] screen recorder, Pokémon Go++ and Spotify++, along with all the paid content you want for free and all without a jailbreak. Downloading TweakBox is very easy; just click on the link and follow the tutorial.
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