Steps to automatically re-sign iOS 10.2 Yalu jailbreak

241iOS is getting better and better every year. Apple’s mobile operating system now allows you to do a lot of things besides receiving and making calls or sending messages using iMessage. With the release of iOS 10, Apple finally opened its OS to third-party developers, thus allowing users to interact with non-Apple apps on their devices.

Despite those improvements, there are reasons to still jailbreak your iPhone or iPad. Basically, jailbreaking adds a lot of new features to Apple’s operating system. If you have already jailbroken your iPhone or iPad using Yalu jailbreak, you will be happy to know that you now can re-sign iOS 10.2 jailbreak without the need for a computer.

In reality, there is a Cydia package called Extender Installer. Basically, the tweak will automatically resign iOS 10.2 jailbreak when it expires. This eliminates the need to manually re-sign your jailbreak using a nearby computer.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to re-sign iOS 10.2 jailbreak automatically using Extender Installer

Steps to re-sign iOS 10.2 jailbreak automatically with Extender Installer

Step one: First off, you need to launch Cydia and head to the Sources tab to proceed

Step two: Once you are in, you need to tap on Edit and then select Add. After that, you simply add the following repository: (Make sure that you enter it correctly)

Step three: Once you are done, you now need to look for Extender Installer and then install it on your device

Step four: After your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch resprings, head to your home screen and launch Extender Installer on your device

Step five: Head to the More tab, then tap Sign in at the top (if you are not already signed in with your Apple ID) and enter your details

Step six: You should see an option labelled “Re-sign Application When” in the More tab. Here, you can choose when you want to re-sign apps automatically and you will get a notification when a side-load app or the Yalu jailbreak re-signs.

Also read: Steps to share live location in iMessage via Apple Maps on your iPhone

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