Google announced a new jailbreak for Nexus devices and a new way to download apps for jailbroken phones.
The Nexus 6, the Nexus 6P, Nexus 6 and Nexus 5X all support jailbreaking.
The iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 5c, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone X and iPhone XS are not compatible.
Jailbreaking the Nexus phones is currently only available to the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and iPhone 8, with a release date of March 9, 2020.
Jailbreak the iPhone is not supported.
Lucky Patchers are a new toolkit that lets you jailbreak iOS devices with the addition of a jailbreak plugin, like the popular JB-12 jailbreak tool.
You can also jailbreak devices with a plugin called JB Software.
LuckyPatcher is a new program from developer, Megaapolis.
Luckypatcher is available as a download for free.
LuckyPatching is an iPhone app that lets users jailbreak the Nexus devices without jailbreaking a plugin.
The app is not available in the App Store and is currently available only for the Galaxy Nexus.
The Android app is available for free, but it is not jailbroken, which makes it a bit buggy.
Google said the developers are working to improve the app and bring it to the Google Play store in the near future.
If you use LuckyPicking, be sure to check out the Google forums and use the discussion forums for help with your jailbreak.
The developers say the app works with the iOS 10 update, but not with the upcoming iOS 11 update.
The iOS 10.1 update is expected to include a number of improvements to the iPhone and Android, including improvements to camera, audio, the Home button, and other UI elements.
Apple also recently announced that it is adding support for the Pixel C smartphone to its jailbreak process.
We will be looking at this announcement as it pertains to jailbreaking the iPhone in the coming weeks.
In addition to jailbreaks for Nexus, Apple also released a number jailbreak apps for the iPad, which were updated for iOS 11.