One of the biggest issue is if hackers would be able to break the iOS9.2 and 9.2.1 software. It appears that, at this time, the answer remains elusive as is the jailbreak tool. As of right now, there’s been rumors that a jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.2.1 is being done. Remember though… it’s only a rumor.
Until it does become available, everybody will just have to be patient and wait. Just when Apple device users think there’s hope to get past the device’s settings, it’s only disappointment to learn there’s just nothing there yet.
And, if users have updated their device to the iOS 9.3.1, there’s no way to downgrade to iOS 9.3 or 9.1, as Apple has quit with these firmware files. And, with the jailbreak for iOS 9.2 not made public, there’s always the ability to update to iOS 9.3, which lets users do some neat things without jailbreaking the device.
GameBoy Advance players can install the emulator without any jailbreaking tool. Even though Apple isn’t keen on the idea of developers pushing apps that are resemblances of game consoles, there are still methods that can go around the system.
In order for users to install the GBA4iOS GameBoy Advance emulator to their device (must be using iOS 9.3., iOS 9.3.1 and iOS 9.3.2 Beta, they need to download the app from an Internet source. Users will get a warning that they’ll need to stop the download; but, with the following tricks, they can sidestep this:
- Go to Settings, then Date and Time
- Turn off Set Automatically, then go to Reset Date
- Go back to 2010, 2012, whatever
- Click the emulator icon once more so it’ll install
- Click Cancel for the Untrusted Enterprise Developer
- Go into Settings, Date and Time and Hit Set Automatically
- Go into Settings, Device Management and then Verify Game Certificate
Users won’t be able to verify unless the date is set back to the current one. When playing games, the date will need to be reset, switching it back for the device’s other apps. It’s small inconvenience to play GameBoy Advance games via the iPhone or iPad. And, it’s also the way to pass the time as users wait for the iOS 9.2.1 jailbreaking tool.
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