How to jailbreak iOS 11-iOS 11.1.2 using LiberiOS jailbreak tool

Apple iOS is getting better and better every year, with a lot of features and changes. Starting with iOS 10, Apple began opening some of iOS aspects to third-party developers, allowing iPhone and iPad owners to do a lot more things.

However, there are reasons to still jailbreak your device. Jailbreaking gives you more freedom, more functionality and more customization options. A developer has recently released a jailbreak tool called LiberiOS for iOS 11-iOS 11.1.2. But, the jailbreak is still a semi-tethered, so you need to re-jailbreak your device every time you reboot it.

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to jailbreak iOS 11- iOS 11.1.2. Before we begin, note that the jailbreak only works for iOS 11-iOS 11.1.2 and make sure you have a recent backup of your device in case something goes wrong during the process.

How to jailbreak iOS 11-iOS 11.1.2 using LiberiOS jailbreak tool

Step one: First off, download LiberiOS jailbreak IPA to your device (make sure you select the latest version of the jailbreak tool) and then download Cydia Impactor

Step two: Once you are done, connect your iPhone to Mac or Windows PC and open Cydia Impactor. When your device shows up, drag the LiberiOS IPA file into Cydia Impactor

Step three: Next up, provide your Apple ID and password for your Apple Developer account. When you are done, Cydia will start side-loading the signed app on your iPhone

Step four: Open Settings from your home screen and then tap General. After that, tap Profile & Device Management and select the profile linked to the jailbreak app

Step five: Hit Trust and confirm your action. After that, launch LiberiOS app on your iPhone and then hit Do it button

Step six: Wait for jailbreak to complete. Once done, you should get a message saying “It worked”.

Note that Cydia is not included in the jailbreak tool, meaning that you cannot use any Cydia apps on your device. Make sure you re-jailbreak your device using Cydia Impactor every time you restart your phone.

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