As many of you know, the Yalu app is a new semi-unthethered jailbreak app for iOS 10 that requires you to re-jailbreak your device every time you restart your device. But doing a re-jailbreak can be done easily via the Yalu app already installed on your iPhone/iPad.
This semi-untethered jailbreak has a few advantages. For example, it can disable the jailbreak to remove faulty tweaks. Although this is really good, the minus point is that the Yalu jailbreak app will automatically expire after each 7 days, which means that you have to reinstall it every time it expires using your computer.
In case the Yalu app expires, which means the jailbreak is disabled, then there’s no way for you to re-jailbreak if you don’t re-sign the app via your computer. This is the premise for the launch of a new jailbreak tweak, which let you know exactly when the jailbreak expires. Called CertRemainTime, this tweak displays the amount of time left before the jailbreak expires on your iPhone/iPad. The tweak will show the exact number of days and hours remaining, and the date of expiration from you can perform a re-jeilbreak. Once you installed CertRemainTime from Cydia, you can find on your Home screen with its icon. Simply tap to launch the app and see the exact time left before the jailbreak expires. This tweak is very convenient for those who use a free Apple ID to install the Yalu jailbreak, as it is only available for 7-day uses.
Keeping the jailbreak app installed all times sometimes can make you annoyed, as you don’t always have a computer nearby to re-sign the jailbreak when it expires. However, luckily, there is another jailbreak tweak, named Extender Installer, that will help you automatically re-sign the Yalu app and sideload apps as soon as they get expired. Interestingly, you can do it right on your iPhone without needing a computer. If you want to install the free CertRemainTime tweak, launch the Cydia, search for it and install it from the BigBoss repo source.
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