Looking for a way to easily reactivate Electra jailbreak after 7 days? We’ll show you how you can do this quickly in a few steps.
Electra Jailbreak for iOS 11 was released few weeks ago that amazed everyone. While lots of users faced issues during first release, most of such issues were fixed in the next version.
If you not aware, Electra Jailbreak for iOS 11 is semi untethered jailbreak. It takes advantage of Ian Beer’s async_awake exploit which members of the community may recognize as it is used by the LiberiOS jailbreak also.
What this means is that you can to reactivate the jailbreak after every 7 days by opening the Electra app again. However, not only opening the Electra app won’t do the job. You have to reactivate Electra Jailbreak app itself using Cydia Impactor.
The reason behind this is the certificate that you used initially to install Electra using Cydia Impactor is expired after every 7 days. Because of that, Electra Jailbreak and Cydia keeps on crashing after that time has passed.
How to Reactivate Electra Jailbreak for iOS 11, 11.1.2, 11.2 and 11.3
As the certificates are expired, you will need to start over the whole process again. But do not worry, as it is very straight forward.
- Download latest version of Cydia Impactor.
- Download Electra IPA.
- Connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer.
- Drag and drop the Electra IPA inside Cydia Impactor.
- Enter your Apple ID details. Wait for Cydia Impactor to do its job.
- Once it is done, launch Electra app on your iDevice. Proceed with jailbreaking.
Once it is done, you will be able to launch Cydia and install Cydia tweaks on your iOS 11 jailbroken iDevices.
Did this method work for you? Let us know if you faced any issue during reactivation of Electra Jailbreak for iOS 11/11.1.2 in the comments section below.