These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPad using Electra and a Windows PC. Currently, this jailbreak only supports devices running iOS 11.2 – 11.3.1 and iOS 11.4b1 – iOS 11.4b3.
Make sure to backup your device using iCloud or iTunes before you begin.
Right click the Impactor zip and extract the archive.
Launch Impactor.exe from the extracted folder. DO NOT Run as Administrator. Click Run if asked to confirm.
Connect your iPad to your computer via USB making sure to select Trust if prompted on your device and Continue if prompted by iTunes.
Drag and drop the Electra IPA we downloaded earlier into the Cydia Impactor app.
You will be asked to enter your Apple ID and password. This is only used to sign the IPA, letting it run on your device.
Cydia Impactor will sign the IPA and install the new Electra jailbreak app on your device.
Launch the Settings app from your SpringBoard then choose Siri & Search from the Settings menu.
Tap to turn off the Listen for ‘Hey Siri’ and Press Home for Siri toggles.
Return to the Settings menu and choose General. Select Device Management from the General menu then tap to select your Apple ID.
Press the Trust “email@example.com” button and choose Trust from the alert that appears.
Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to bring up Control Center and tap to place your iPad into Airplane mode.
Hold down the Power button and swipe the slider to power off your iPad. After a few seconds press the Power button to restart your device.
Ensure you are in Airplane mode then launch the new Electra app on your SpringBoard.
Tap the Jailbreak button to begin the jailbreak process. If you don’t want any pre-installed tweaks you may want to turn off the Tweaks toggle.
Your iPad will now reboot. Once it’s finished, reopen the Electra app and tap the Jailbreak button again.
Electra will now install Cydia and inform you that OpenSSH is now running. Click the Exitbutton to complete your jailbreak!
A big thanks goes to CoolStar and the rest of the Electra Team for their hard work on this jailbreak.