Download Electra 1.2.1 Jailbreak IPA for iOS 11.4.1 Devices

The team of developers behind Electra iOS jailbreak has released the stable version of their popular iOS 11 jailbreak solution. The latest version 1.2.1 works on iOS 11.4.1 devices. To install Electra 1.2.1 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you will need IPA file. Download Electra 1.2.1 from the link below and flash it to free your device from Apple’s walled garden. This Electra Jailbreak IPA is the work of Coolstar and Electra team of iOS developers. But first, here is everything you need to know about this latest jailbreak exploit.


The latest Electra version 1.2.1 brings critical improvements to the performance of the software to make sure it works smoothly on various models of iOS devices. Bug removal ensures that utilities work on devices with different types of architecture.

It is interesting to note when the full version of Electra was first pushed out in the public domain back in July 2018, the Electra IPA was the only exploit available in the market for iOS 11 – iOS 11.3.1 devices.

Although, since then, we have seen the unc0ver jailbreak by Pwn20wnd, which is considered by many to be more stable than even Electra on certain devices beside offering official Cydia and Substrate not found on other alternatives. That said, Electra still has a sizeable core of fans who prefer to continue using it as the main jailbreak tool. If you are one of them, the latest version 1.2.1 should be at the top of your priority list.

The main highlight of using this iteration of Electra jailbreak is you no longer need to have access to a working Apple developer account ID in order to install this tool. Furthermore, the older vfs exploit makes way for the recent voucher_swap exploit, as mentioned in the original tweet from the official Electra team account.

Electra 1.2.x is available for all devices on iOS 11.0 – 11.4.1!

Dev account not required.

1. 11.0-11.1.2 uses async_wake
2. A9+ 11.2-11.4.1 uses voucher_swap
3. A7-A8 11.2-11.4.1 uses threadm1ll
4. Fixes overnight reboots

Delete OTA before install.

As outlined in the quoted tweet above, this version uses three exploits: async_wake, voucher_swap, and treadm1ll for devices powered by Apple’s A7 and A8 processors and running on iOS 11.2 through iOS 11.4.1 firmware.

That having been said, end-user rarely concerns itself with nitty-gritty details about the inner workings of a jailbreak exploit as long as it is reliable enough to perform tasks without harming the device. This release has registered almost 90 percent success rate so far, which showcases it is stable to use as a daily driver.

Another thing to note here is that if you’re using the previous version 1.2.0 on iOS 11.4.1 devices, the team behind Electra recommends installing this update to fix the unexpected crashing problem.


In short, you should definitely get Electra 1.2.1 for a better experience because it is the most stable version of the jailbreak yet. Just don’t forget to uninstall any iOS 12 OTA (over-the-air) update from your device prior to flashing new IPA file for Electra jailbreak.

Visit this link: to download Electra 1.2.1 IPA and install it on your device. What are your thought about this update? Share your feedback with us in the comments section below.