Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Delete Jailbreak iOS 8.4 From iOS Device With Cydia Impactor

Saurik has just launched an amazing new package called Cydia Impactor that helps users to delete jailbreak iOS 8.4 from iOS devices.

The tool erases and reverts all made changes on your device and returns it to the stock iOS firmware you’re currently on without updating your device to the latest available firmware.

This means that all the jailbreak packages installed will be deleted together with the jailbreak itself while remaining on the same iOS version.

Currently Cydia Impactor is in beta and supports jailbroken iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4 devices. Unfortunately, it will not work with iPod Touch 6th generation.

So in case you will need to remove jailbreak from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch using Cydia Impactor, follow the guide below.

How To Delete Jailbreak iOS 8.4 From Your iOS Device

Read the these tips before proceed:

  • Take a complete backup of your device through iTunes or iCloud as Cydia Impactor erases all the available data, apps and settings.
  • Do not interrupt or stop Cydia Impactor while it’s working and please make sure that your device has enough battery to allow the process to be completed.
  • Cydia Impactor also need a stable working internet connection.
  • Currently Cydia Impactor supports only iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4 and doesn’t work with iPod Touch 6th generation.

Step 1: First launch Cydia.

Step 2: Search for Cydia Impactor and install it.

Step 3: Once installed, you’ll see a new icon on the Home screen labeled Impactor. Click on it to open.

Step 4: Read all the instructions on the screen and then click on “delete all data and unjailbreak device”. Push Delete All to confirm.

Step 5: Your device will reboot several times during the process that's why you should patiently wait till delete jailbreak iOS 8.4 process will be finished.

Step 6: Once completed, you will be taken to the welcome screen where you’ll have to setup your iOS device and activate it. You can also restore from your backup during the setup process.
Now your device will be on the stock firmware without being jailbroken.


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