How to Jailbreak an iPhone: 4 Minute Guide

Detail of new iPhone 11 Xs and Xs Max Pro smartphone model by AppleDISCLAIMER: Although you can jailbreak your iPhone on the go, the type of method to jailbreak a phone might vary from model to model. Thus, it is essential to be aware of the model of your phone and to follow the most suitable jailbreaking method. Neglecting this could lead to irreparable damage to your mobile device due to irreversible changes in the manufacturer’s settings.

We don’t recommend jailbreaking your iPhone because if things go wrong – it could lead to irreparable damage. However, if you are sure of the process and need to jailbreak to tweak your iPhone (iPhone XS Max, iPhone X, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 – 6s Plus, iPhone 7) or to install unofficial apps, this article is for you.

But before that – here is an obvious question – what is iPhone jailbreaking? For starters, jailbreaking is a process of circumventing the restrictions imposed by Apple on its iPads and iPhones to gain access to unauthorized apps.

Back Up Your Data

First things first, back up your data. Things might go wrong, and even otherwise, it makes sense to back up all your essential stuff. You can back up your phone either with the help of iTunes or iCloud.

It is highly recommended to run a backup of your device to ensure that everything is running as expected. This way, once you are done with jailbreaking, you will be able to restore everything. To ensure secure backup, sync your device with iTunes.

Is jailbreaking legit?

There is a lot of misconception regarding jailbreaking. Allow us to clear the air – jailbreaking is completely legit in the US. Although it was considered to be illegal by the US government before 2010, it is entirely legal now.

The status of jailbreaking might vary from country to country, but in general, there is nothing to worry about. However, what remains illegal is the crime that you commit on a jailbroken phone – like downloading torrent movies, downloading paid apps for free, breaking the law, or committing crimes related to copyright claims and so on.

Won’t I brick my device?

If your device ends up becoming unresponsive and doesn’t respond to any of your activities, do not fret. That’s what generally happens while attempting to jailbreaking a device. It can be easily fixed with the help of a hard reset.

You can make use of your iTunes backup if the complete file system is corrupt. It is essential to mention here that if done correctly, jailbreaking won’t harm your device. But the only dangers will be a byproduct of your activities – like downloading unsafe applications and so on.

Most jailbreak methods will help you activate a Safe Mode, which will prevent you from making any incompatible tweaks.

How to jailbreak iPhone running iOS 12 / iOS 12.1.2 using Cydia Impactor?

close-up of a man who holds in his hand an iphoneJailbreaking your iPhone (running on iOS 12.4, iOS 12.3, iOS 12, iOS 13) using Cydia Impactor is easy. All you need to do is:

  • Allow Cydia Impactor to sign in. It will install the Jailbreak IPA file in your device.
  • Once this is done, go to Settings > General > Device Management> Trust
  • Next, launch the Jailbreak app from the home screen of your device.
  • It will complete the jailbreaking process on your iPhone.

How to jailbreak iPhone 6/6s?

Wondering how to jailbreak without a computer? We will tell you. To jailbreak your iPad, iPad Touch, and iPhone running on iOS 9 – iOS9.0.2, use Pangu jailbreak and follow these steps:

  • Download Pangu Jailbreak. It is a free jailbreak tool and easy to install.
  • Next, head on to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode. Disable Passcode.
  • Now, go to Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone and turn it off.
  • Enable Airplane mode.
  • Now launch Pangu 9 application as an Administrator by right-clicking on Pangu.exe. Tap on Run as Administrator.
  • Allow your device to be detected by Pangu. Next, click on the blue Start button.
  • Now, click on Already Breakup button and this will start the jailbreaking process.

How to spy with and without jailbreaking

main-aboutAlmost all spy apps will require you to jailbreak your phone to overcome software limitations. It is one of the reasons why jailbreaking is done.

mSpy is the best parental control software that helps you track the incoming and outgoing calls, monitor messages, block age-inappropriate websites and apps, issue alerts when dangerous keywords are spotted on the target phone.

Here is how you can jailbreak an iPhone with mSpy:

  • Ensure that the target device can be jailbroken as various newer versions of iOS cannot be jailbroken. To do so, head on to Settings > General > About > Version on the target device.
  • See if your version can be jailbroken and follow the required instructions.
  • Once the jailbreak is done, log in to your Control Panel and start the installation. This whole process of jailbreaking will take around 30 minutes.
  • Once the phone is jailbroken, it will continue operating in the same way as it used to.

However, if you don’t want to jailbreak the target phone, you can continue to track and monitor them. In such an event, you will be able to monitor call logs, browser history, notes, SMS, to hack Whatsapp, and will also be able to monitor WiFi hotspots to which the device connects. You will also get a notification whenever a new app is installed on the phone.

How to monitor without jailbreaking

  • Get the iCloud credentials of the target iPhone. You might need to have physical access to the phone has 2-step verification enabled.
  • Next, buy mSpy and choose an appropriate package.
  • That’s all! Install the software and start monitoring the target phone from the Control Panel of mSpy.

Restore your device

Once you are done with the process of jailbreaking, don’t forget to restore all your data onto your iOS device. To do this, sync your iPhone with iTunes, and you are done!

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