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He continued by recommending that users upgrade to the latest version as soon as possible and avoid installing apps from unknown sources.The conversation this issue starts is whether users should update to i OS 9.2.1 due to security vulnerabilities or if they should stick with i OS 9.2 in the hopes of a public jailbreak release.It's apparently more stable than the last beta but you may want to stay where you are and wait for a stable/more final release unless you are confident in trying it. It's clearly doable but may be tough for some to complete. In the past, updating through i Tunes was okay, but recently there have been reports of storage issues. This will bring down a sheet where you can select the ipsw file you just downloaded. When it's finished, you should be at the setup screen.Set your language, wifi network, activation lock, etc, then it should give you 3 options.
Sign in with your Apple ID email and password (this is 100% safe, but if you're concerned about identity theft, you can create a free Apple ID and sign in with it).
So what is your reasoning through disabling substrate on 10.1.1 before backup? I updated and restored from a backup of a iphone that had substrate fix on it, and am wondering if i am screwed. I wouldn't recommend it, but you can try it if you'd like.i OS jailbreaking: tweaks, news, and more for jailbroken i Phones, i Pads, and i Pod touches.
Apple Adds Better Cross-Site Tracking Prevention in i OS 12.2.1 Beta and Safari 12.2.2, This is EXACTLY what’s going on for me.
The part that was most interesting though was what was mentioned by the hacker towards the end of his article.
A rough translation of what was mentioned stated that the vulnerability found can be triggered in the i OS sandbox, so it can attack the kernel right from the app to obtain the kernel code execution permission.
This will bring down a sheet where you can select the ipsw file you just downloaded. Now select "This computer" under backup on i Tunes, then click "Back up now".