Odyssey Jailbreak With iOS 13 – iOS 13.7 Support Released

The Odyssey team today announced the release of Odyssey 1.2 that adds supports for iOS 13.5 – iOS 13.7 jailbreak. The latest version. of the tool also features improved exploit reliability for iOS 13 – iOS 13.5. With the release of Odyssey 1.2, the jailbreak tool is now capable of jailbreaking iOS 13 – iOS 13.7. Unc0ver, the other major jailbreak tool, only supports jailbreaking iOS 13 – iOS 13.5. There’s also the checkra1n jailbreak tool and while it supports jailbreaking iOS 13 – iOS 14.2, it can only do…

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How to Jailbreak iOS 14 Using Checkra1n on iPhone or iPad

The Checkra1n team has updated their jailbreak tool with preliminary support for iOS 14. Checkra1n uses a bootrom exploit for jailbreaking iPhone X and older devices so it was expected to be among the first jailbreak tools to be updated to support iOS 14. However, no one really expected an iOS 14 jailbreak to be available within a week of the OS being released to the public. If you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone running iOS 14 using checkra1n, follow this guide. As of now, Checkra1n has only added…

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iOS 14 Release: How to Prepare Your iPhone

Apple is all set to release iOS 14 for all compatible iPhones on September 16. And unlike the last couple of iOS updates, the latest edition of iOS is full of significant additions and tweaks. For starters, you get a brand new App Library, the ability to add widgets on the home screen, a native Apple Translate app, an option to change the default browser and email app, and many more hidden features. Before you hit the Download button in the Settings menu, you should go through the checklist for…

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Checkra1n Updated with iOS 13.7 Jailbreak Support

Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 13.7 with the Exposure Notifications Express system. If you are in a fix as to whether you should give up on your jailbroken iOS setup and update your iPhone to iOS 13.7 or not, the good news is that you can jailbreak iOS 13.7 using checkra1n. Checkra1n is based on a low-level checkm8 bootrom exploit. Due to this, it does not need to be updated to work with every new release of iOS which is why it is already compatible with iOS 13.7. However,…

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Odyssey Jailbreak for iOS 13 – iOS 13.5 Released

CoolStar and his team today released the first public build of Odyssey jailbreak. The tool supports jailbreaking iPhones and iPads running iOS 13 – iOS 13.5. It is the “first jailbreak” that’s written almost entirely in Swift and offers a far superior experience than other existing jailbreak tools. The jailbreak tool uses an open source Procursus bootstrap and features full libhooker support for tweak injection to deliver optimum speed and reliability. Odyssey jailbreak supports jailbreaking the same set of devices as Unc0ver/checkra1n running iOS 13 – iOS 13.5 so it…

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First Odyssey Jailbreak Public Beta for iOS 13 – iOS 13.5 Released

The Odyssey jailbreak tool from Coolstar was in the news for all the wrong reasons even before its public release. The Unc0ver team had filed a DMCA notice to take down Coolstar’s GitHub repository for stealing their code. While the verdict on that is yet to be out, Coolstar has released the first public beta of Odyssey jailbreak. There’s nothing to get too excited about Odyssey jailbreak as it supports iOS 13 – iOS 13.5 on devices that are powered by A8-13 chips. This means almost all popular iPhone and…

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You Can Now Jailbreak iOS 12.4.8 Using Unc0ver Jailbreak

The Unc0ver team today rolled out a new update for their jailbreak tool which adds support for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and the original iPad Air. Owners of the above devices can now jailbreak their device provided it is running iOS 12.4.8. The new exploit used by Unc0ver 5.3.0/1 has higher reliability when jailbreaking the above devices running iOS 12.3 – iOS 12.3.1 or iOS 12.4.1 – iOS 12.4.8. This is a relatively minor update for the tool and it does not really benefit iPhone and iPad owners whose…

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You Can Jailbreak iOS 13.5.5 Beta 1 Using Unc0ver, Downgrading from iOS 13.5.1 Also Possible

Apple stopped signing iOS 13.5 after releasing iOS 13.5.1 last week. The company was quick to stop signing iOS 13.5 as there was a zero-day security exploit in it that allowed for jailbreaking it. If you want to jailbreak your iPhone but accidentally upgraded it to iOS 13.5.1, don’t loose hope as there’s still a way for you to jailbreak it. The zero-day security vulnerability in iOS 13.5 is also present in the iOS 13.5.5 beta 1 which Apple is still signing. So, if your iPhone is currently running iOS…

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PSA: Unc0ver Bug Could Automatically Update Your Jailbroken iPhone to iOS 13.5.1

Apple yesterday released the iOS 13.5.1 update to patch the 0-day vulnerability that was being used by Unc0ver for their jailbreak. If you value your jailbroken iPhone or iPad though, you should immediately turn off the automatic update feature of iOS 13 and then jailbreak your iPhone again. Pwn20wnd of Unc0ver team posted a message on Twitter confirming that there is a bug in the latest versions of Unc0ver which does the opposite of user preference for auto updates. This means, even if you have auto-update turned off, your iPhone…

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Apple Kills iOS 13.5 Jailbreak With New iOS Update

Apple today released the iOS 13.5.1 update less than a couple of weeks after it had released iOS 13.5 with some major changes and improvements. The update patches the 0-day vulnerability used by Unc0ver to jailbreak iOS 13.5. The team behind Unc0ver had updated their tool just last week to add support for iOS 13.5 jailbreak. This was the first time in years that the tool was using an 0-day security exploit for the jailbreak. This led to a very stable jailbreak experience, something which one could not say for…

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