So, a day ago, Brando, the author of the so called "iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak" for 32-Bit devices that was released on GitHub, and about which I've made an analyze video a couple of days ago, has decided to update his "creation" to support, according to him: "iPhone 4S and 5, and fix all bugs people were having". As you probably know, in my previous video about this Jailbreak I have analyzed the IPA he provided and came to the conclusion it is nothing but parts of Yalu and a basic user interface. The first IPA he has released, didn't even contain a way to install the required binaries, or Cydia. Now he apparently added the binaries and Cydia installer in the IPA, so in this video we're going to analyze whether it is safe to try his bullwork or not.
You should watch the first video I've made as well to understand what is going on about this "Brando" Jailbreak thing and whether it can ever work or not. Let's don't forget tho that at the end of this month, Fried Apple Team will release a real Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 that is going to be untethered at BlackHat!
Watch this video first (about this Jailbreak): //youtu.be/QpOWZ4W1Wdg
Analyzing his Jailbreak Project: //youtu.be/8FBkmYYYZ_4
The REAL Untethered iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak: //youtu.be/3lGMppIcOyU
iOS 10.3 Jailbreak Achieved?: //youtu.be/8_GO9fXJa18
iOS 9.3.5 Downgrade Achieved: //youtu.be/FqstahxZm7g