The former Naughty Dog developer is set to release a free iOS 7 jailbreak app in the coming weeks, and will allow users to remove all of the iOS 7 security updates for the device.
It’s a step towards getting the jailbreak out to users, which Apple has previously been reluctant to do.
Nydia Stone is an app that will allow jailbreakers to remove iOS 7’s security updates from their devices.
The app will allow them to uninstall the jailbreaks that they don’t want, but will also allow them install the ones they do want.
It also allows them to install any new security updates they may want.
However, users will need to have jailbroken their device, which is not currently possible.
In order to get Nydia to install, users need to make the following changes to their device:Turn off the battery.
The jailbreak will not work if the device has a battery pack.
Turn on Wi-Fi.
A jailbreak is only able to install jailbreak updates that have been enabled on the device via the Settings app.
Once the jailbreaking process is complete, the user will be able to download the app from the iTunes App Store, or the Google Play store.
Apple has also announced that it will start accepting Nydia Jailbreaks through the App Store in the upcoming weeks.
Apple has not yet announced the exact dates for when Nydia will be available for download, but it is expected to be available within the next few weeks.
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