iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak – Changing Offsets to Work With iPhone 6 (And the rest)

In this video I will show you how to modify the new Project 0 Jailbreak for iOS 10.1.1 by changing the offsets to make it work with iPhone 6 or all other 64-Bit devices.
In my previous video we discussed about this new Exploit and Jailbreak project that is open source and we talked about the fact that for the moment it only supports the iPad Mini 2 and iPod Touch 6th generation. Well, here is how to add compatibility for your iPhone.

This is one of my beginner level Reverse Engineering (iOS Hacking) video, so pay attention and be sure to check the rest of them as well to learn more.
We need to do all this because for the moment, this Jailbreak is not finished as a standalone tool, rather it is a project tool intended for developers. Of course, in the video I give you all the information you need to work with it until somebody creates a full tool.


This might work for versions lower than iOS 10.1.1 but the far you go from 10.1.1 the more offsets will no longer match and you will need to find them manually. If you go on the iOS 9.x terrain, playing with kernel will also require the Keys that are not yet published, so stick with iOS 10.1.1 while it is still signed.

All the resources are available on the description.


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