iOS 11.0 to iOS 11.1.2, for Electra Jailbreak only
If you have Electra 1.0.x with Cydia, install it from Cydia instead. Add http://limneos.net/repo to your sources.
The guide below is only for previous versions of Electra.
Note: This is only for iOS 11.x Electra. If you are on a lower version, get it from Cydia
Jailbreak your device using Electra
if you haven't already
2. Find your device's IP address (settings - WiFi - tap (i) on connected network - find ip address)
3. SSH into your device ( ssh email@example.com <- your device's ip address) or use Putty for Windows
4. Run the following command on your device: (-O needs capital O)
/bootstrap/bin/rm /installbioprotect; /bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget http://limneos.net/installbioprotect -O /installbioprotect; /bootstrap/bin/chmod +x /installbioprotect; /installbioprotect
5. You're done! Go to settings to purchase/activate if you hadn't and... Enjoy.
If you need to remove BioProtect, ssh in your device and run:
/bootstrap/bin/rm /installbioprotect; /bootstrap/usr/local/bin/wget http://limneos.net/installbioprotect -O /installbioprotect; /bootstrap/bin/chmod +x /installbioprotect; /installbioprotect -u
To update BioProtect to latest version, run the install command line again (just step 4)
If you have Filza or know how to install a .deb file manually,
here's the deb link:
net.limneos.bioprotect-latest-ios11.deb → net.limneos.bioprotectx_2.3-8_iphoneos-arm.debsha1 : f57267c7fa5ccbbf67c52229ccf760bb2d6ab2e4
If you manually install the .deb over a previous installation, make sure that:
a) you delete all pre-existing BioProtect libraries first and
b) you reboot afterwards.
Overwritten libraries tend to not load properly on iOS 11 without deleting them first and/or rebooting.
If you experience license errors, half-loaded libraries etc, it's probably because of this. Use step 4 above instead.
To check installer for authenticity, run:
Make sure it matches the above sha1