Although logically thank you for the effort and the existence of this new jailbreak, we can not say that Luca Todesco’s tool to make the jailbreak to iOS 10.x be the most perfect of those that have been released, especially if we consider that Its first version arrived at a very very early stage. To make matters worse, the version of Cydia that installed next to Yalu will be a version not optimized for iOS 10 or 64-bits.
We can not ignore that there were better times, and in that it has much to do that Apple is improving the security of iOS more and more with the passage of time. So it seems, Todesco and the rest of hackers work with what they have, and what has yalu102, the latest version compatible with iOS 10.2 and 64-bit devices other than the iPhone 7, is a version of Cydia (1.1 .27) only optimized for devices with a 32-bit processor and using iOS 9 or lower.
How to update Cydia to v1.1.28
Saurik launched Cydia 1.1.28 at the end of 2016 and that could be the reason why Todesco did not have time to include it in its tool. That version of the alternative store introduced official support for 64-bit processors and devices running iOS 10.0-10.2. The bad thing is that yalu102 still does not have the new version of Cydia, but the good thing is that we can upgrade to the latest version by following these steps:
- Open Cydia.
- Click on Edit, and then Add.
- Add the following source: http://apt.saurik.com/beta/cydia-arm64/
- Next, wait for the repositories to refresh.
- Once the repositories have been updated, we will see that we have several new updates: Cydia Installer, Debian Packager and Tape Archive may be some of them. We install the updates.
- Finally, when you ask us, we make a re-spring.
Considering that Yalu still in Beta phase and may be unstable, using the latest version of Saurik’s alternative store may be the best of ideas.