Jailbreak checkra1n tool 0.10.1 beta releases: support 13.4 and 13.4.1
Recently, Checkra1n took the lead in implementing jailbreak support for the official iOS 13.4/13.4.1 version by releasing checkra1n 0.10.1 beta. However, frankly speaking, the two sets of tools (Checkra1n & Unc0ver) have their own advantages and disadvantages. Checkra1n only provides macOS and Linux clients, which cannot be operated on Windows or iOS, and only supports the Cydia store, but the advantage is relatively stable. Unc0ver can directly operate the jailbreak process on iOS and supports more devices. The disadvantage is that stability is slightly worse.
Of course, both are imperfect jailbreaks. Once the device restarts, you need to go through the jailbreak process again.
- Fixes support for A7 devices
- Fixes an issue in 12.4 which caused the device to panic and reboot on attempted shutdown
- Fixes an issue that caused the keychain to lose new passwords
- Fixes an issue which caused the GUI/ncurses to crash when used more than once
- Fixes an issue where a userspace reboot won’t restart dropbear
- Added 13.4 and 13.4.1 support
- Introducing kernel patch finder v2 – rewritten from the ground up for sanic speed
- You can now quit from the webra1n interface
- The Apple TV 4K will produce a -20 error, even on a successful jailbreak Other known issues are available on our issue tracker.
- The exploit may not work as reliably on some devices, such as the Raspberry Pi Zero and Raspberry Pi 3.
- When trying to jailbreak multiple devices, only the first attempt will succeed. Workaround: relaunch checkra1n after every jailbreak attempt.