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3K Assistant has confirmed that Tai G team is also working on the i OS 9.2 jailbreak.i OS 11.2.1 IPSW firmware files are now available for download.
Apple released i OS 9.2 on December 8th, which includes several bug fixes, features and improvements such as support for AT&T’s Number Sync, i Phone support for Apple’s USB Camera Adapter, support for Mail Drop in Mail, improvements to Safari View Controller and lots more.If you want to start fresh with i OS 11.2.1 then you can find the direct links to download i OS 11.2.1 IPSW firmware files for all the compatible i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod Touch devices from below and update it manually using i Tunes.IF you are looking for the direct links to download i OS 11.2.1 IPSW files for your i Phone, i Pad, or the i Pod Touch, you have come to the right place.For tutorials on how to jailbreak i OS 9 – i OS 9.1: Last night, the Pangu team released their jailbreak tool for i OS 9.2 – i OS 9.3.The tool requires one to use the 25PP installer app that is only available for Windows thereby leaving Mac users out from all the fun.It’s a relatively large day for Apple in terms of beta releases as it has seeded the following: watch OS 2.2 beta, tv OS 9.2 beta, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 beta and most importantly i OS 9.3 beta.
It’s great news for the jailbreak community as well since the beta version of i OS 9.3 has been jailbroken!
But you can’t use Pangu jailbreak to jailbreak i OS 9.2.1 or jailbreak i OS 9.2 on your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod touch currently.
You also can’t downgrade to i OS 9.1 as Apple has stopped signing i OS 9.1 firmware file.
Interestingly, the website’s tagline — “Jailbreak, or not jailbreak, that is NOT a question any more” — suggests that we are looking at something completely new, and that this is likely not just a new jailbreak process from the team.
Chinese hacker Min Zheng aka @Spark Zheng has published a You Tube video which demos a jailbreak for i OS 9.2.1 called Flying JB.
You can install i OS 11.2.1 update using OTA update feature of i OS.