for iOS 11.0-11.1.2

Compatible with all iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini models running iOS 11.0-11.1.2


SHA1: 13726baba7d8fcf4e3157fe548c00a5e0c4381df
Mirror: Mega

Changelogs and Previous versions

  1. Fix missing file that was supposed to be in 1.1.0 (but was present on the 11.2-11.3.1 version)
Download: GitHub
SHA1: 27d80c9e6e899eb7b5e200f944e855e0476481cc
Mirror: Mega
  1. Update APT and dpkg packages for Sileo
  2. Split cydia into a base and GUI package, so it may be installed alongside Sileo
  3. Fix occasional data abort kernel panics
  4. Fix occasional freezes that would result in a kernel panic from a watchdog timeout
Download: GitHub
SHA1: ff0dbd93f757a3d0d90b167000f79d36a7b9ee56
Mirror: Mega
  1. Remove all XPC code that could possibly have been problematic ever since beta 11
  2. Replace TCP, UDP and XPC with MIG (thanks PsychoTea from the Meridian team)
  3. Recommended to also update Tweak Injector to 1.0.4 from our repo to get safe mode in system daemons as well
Download: GitHub
SHA1: 3aa1bdfce5870fdca81a2e978961bd767318ec55
Mirror: Mega
  1. Revert change to XPC in xpcproxy in beta 11
  2. Fix intermittent freezing issues that would affect certain devices on beta 10 -> 1.0.2

Download: GitHub
SHA1: d34bb806de8a3391493ef99726ac5918a686982b
Mirror: Mega
  1. Fix false positives where Electra would think topanga was installed when only liberiOS was
  2. Prevent loading pacakges from saurik's repo (since Cydia can't be patched to remove it)
  3. Fix APT 0.7 Strict (lib) on devices that may have already updated to the broken copy from saurik's repo

Download: GitHub
SHA1: 28d75e9937c9e704c4fda7aa710f7334688df0e2
Mirror: Mega
  1. Fix some false positives where Electra would think topanga was installed when only liberiOS was

Download: GitHub
SHA1: 07ffa31b7cc0f8db2fba248f0e3741988c3a0df6
Mirror: Mega
  1. Initial Release

Changelogs for betas: Here

Important Information



Electra is a free jailbreak tool for iOS 11.0 - 11.1.2. It is recommended to futurerestore before running Electra, although we have tested it to work if you are upgrading from an existing liberiOS or Electra beta installation. Although Electra itself should be safe, we are not responsible for any damage that may be caused to your iOS installation by any tweaks or executables you load after the jailbreak.