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As you know, there has been a jailbreak out for iOS 10.2 and some devices are supported. But my question is, are 32 bit devices supported? There has been a couple people saying that they have done so with a 32 bit device and I wanted to know if this is true and if anyone here has successfully jailbroken a 32 bit device? Any help will be appreciated.
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Yes it is available for 32-bit devices but the 10.2 jailbreak overall isn't considered "stable"
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Shiv wroteYes it is available for 32-bit devices but the 10.2 jailbreak overall isn't considered "stable"
It is stable. If i were you id take the opportunity and jailbreak bc who knows there may not be many more jailbreaks to be released. Theres currently a method to do it without a computer.
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Shiv wroteYes it is available for 32-bit devices but the 10.2 jailbreak overall isn't considered "stable"
Thank you for the information, so I should be able to jailbreak then? Should I wake for a more stable version or just have at it? Here's some rep.
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Shiv wroteYes it is available for 32-bit devices but the 10.2 jailbreak overall isn't considered "stable"
It is stable. If i were you id take the opportunity and jailbreak bc who knows there may not be many more jailbreaks to be released. Theres currently a method to do it without a computer.
Thank you as well, I guess as soon as I head home I'll jailbreak, here's some rep for you.
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Ellipses wrote
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Shiv wroteYes it is available for 32-bit devices but the 10.2 jailbreak overall isn't considered "stable"
It is stable. If i were you id take the opportunity and jailbreak bc who knows there may not be many more jailbreaks to be released. Theres currently a method to do it without a computer.
Thank you as well, I guess as soon as I head home I'll jailbreak, here's some rep for you.


As far as I was aware, it was unstable, changes may have been made since, but I do not know of this. Good luck with jailbreaking & make sure you backup your data just incase buddy!
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Curious to know if anyone has actually tried this themselves, if so please fill me in!
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Ellipses wroteCurious to know if anyone has actually tried this themselves, if so please fill me in!


I tried it on my old i6 a few weeks ago and it just slowed it down a lot, kept crashing and going into safe mode (even after a fresh jailbreak)
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Shiv wrote
Ellipses wroteCurious to know if anyone has actually tried this themselves, if so please fill me in!


I tried it on my old i6 a few weeks ago and it just slowed it down a lot, kept crashing and going into safe mode (even after a fresh jailbreak)

Ah well then if you did try it with the 32bit device I might as just well try it. I wouldn't be mad if I had to restore to a newer firmware, really appreciate the help dude.
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You could always speed up your 32bit device with speed intensifier, speedy or no slow animations
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