Just two days after releasing the jailbreak app for iOS 10-10.3.3 version, the developer Morpheus rolled out a jailbreak tool for iOS 11 – 11.2.1, which dubbed LiberiOS, and works with the new iPhone X.
Similar to the recent releases, LiberiOS is still a semi-untethered jailbreak app in the form of an IPA file. It’s not really a functional jailbreak currently because Saurik has not yet rolled out an update for the Cydia Substrate.
However, Cydia will not work no matter has your iOS 11 device been jailbroken. Here is what you need to do to get access to the root filesystem and SSH.
LiberiOS is only compatible with the 64-bit devices. This means if you have an iPhone from 5s to iPhone X, it works well. Besides, the iPad and iPod Touch models aren’t left out, including:
- iPad mini 2, 3, 4
- iPad Air 2, 3
- iPad Pro
- iPod touch 6
Once again, if the firmware on your device is higher over the iOS 11 to 11.1.2, the app will not work.
How to Jailbreak iOS 11 – 11.1.2 using LiberiOS
- First, download the latest LiberiOS jailbreak version from its official site (here).
- Get Cydia Impactor on your computer if you haven’t had it.
- Plug your iPhone / iPad into the computer.
- Now, drag and drop Liberios.ipa into Impactor window.
- Enter your Apple ID and Password when being prompted.
If everything works well, you will see the LiberiOS app on the screen. There is one more step before you launch the app. That’s trusting the app first. You can do it by going to Settings > General > Device Management.
Now, return to your home screen and open the LiberiOS app. Its interface is very simple. Follow the main page and then simply tap “Do It” button.
Wait for a few seconds and you will see these commands on the screen:
Auto-updates were disabled
Binpack installed on /jailbreak
It worked. You can now exit the app.
That’s all! You have now successfully jailbroken your iOS device running iOS 11-11.1.1. If there are any problems occurring with Cydia Impactor during this stage, let’s know in the comment below so that we can help you.