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3uTools is an all-in-one tool for iOS devices, which makes users easier to jailbreak and flash, manage your iPhone apps, photos, music, ringtones, videos, and other multimedia files.
Fully view iOS device's different statuses, including activation, jailbreak, battery, and iCloud lock statuses, as well as detailed iOS & iDevice information.
The latest 3uTools V2.39 has been updated on May 7th, 2020. You can visit our website or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
3uTools is free to download.
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3uTools is a collection of useful iOS flashing and jailbreaking tools that comes with a sleek user interface and allows you to operate it effortlessly.
It is so easy and convenient, equipped with various functions. 3uTools makes it easier to transfer data from my computer to iphone, set customizable ringtones and amazing wallpapers...
I wanna try jailbreak 10.2 on my iphone 6 now. Thank you so much for providing such a wonderful tool.
I just tried it and it is awesome. Meets my every needs. Absolutely amazing. Clean, neat and easy to navigate interface.
Very impressive piece of software for managing just about everything about your iDevice. A few things that it can do are listed below:
A little gripe I had with the program is that the English is a little strange in some areas, like "un-downloaded". Compared to the wealth of useful features, though, this is nothing serious to worry about.
I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to avoid using the bloated iTunes.
by the way, I also bothered to read the EULA. Nothing too alarming in there. To me, 3u seems to respect your privacy (although it's probably impossible to prove because it's not open source). It's your call if you are worried about it, but I don't sense any malice in this program.