The iOS 10 Yalu Jailbreak is a semi-untethered jailbreak meaning that it requires re-jailbreaking your iPhone every time you restart it. To Re-Jailbreak iPhone, Yalu Jailbreak app is required which can be installed on iPhone.
There are some advantages of this kind of jailbreak that we can disable the jailbreak any time to remove any jailbreak tweak which is harmful but the annoying thing about Yalu semi untethered Jailbreak is that you have to re-install the Yalu App after every 7 days or a week as it expires and this app can be installed using any PC.
If the Yalu Jailbreak app expires and the jailbreak is disabled then you can’t jailbreak your device again unless you reinstall and sign the Yalu app from PC. For this purpose, a tweak was developed called CertRemainTime which gives you the exact amount of time that when will jailbreak app expire.
CertRemainTime shows the correct time before the application will expire on your device and it shows the days remaining along with hours and also the expiration date of the app alongside with its installation date too.
CertRemainTime is available for free on Cydia’s BigBoss repo and after you install the tweak, you will find it from the Home screen. After you open the tweak, it will show you the exact time remaining before the jailbreak app expires.
This tweak is useful as it shows the date that when will app expire and you get the general idea of when to reinstall the app on your iPhone.
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