Chimera and ChimeraTV v1.2.5 released with stability improvements

The Electra Team released updated versions of the iOS 12-centric Chimera jailbreak tool and Apple TV-centric ChimeraTV jailbreak tool on Tuesday, bringing each of them up to version 1.2.5

The announcement was made early this morning via Twitter, noting stability fixes and notations to the credits for the use of Ned Williamson’s Sock Puppet exploit:

Citing the official change log on the Chimera jailbreak download page, Chimera and ChimeraTV v1.2.5 incorporate each of the following changes:

Chimera v1.2.5

– Improves stability significantly on iOS 12.2
– Fixes occasional freezes on iOS 12.0-12.1.x
– Adds @NedWilliamson to in-app credits for sockpuppet

ChimeraTV v1.2.5

– Brings all the stability fixes from Chimera v1.2.5 to the Apple TV

Like all other Chimera updates before today’s version 1.2.5 release can be downloaded from the official Chimera website, and so too can the update for ChimeraTV. If you’re using an earlier version of the Chimera jailbreak tool, then it’d be in your best interest to download the latest version and take advantage of all the latest upgrades and performance improvements.

If you aren’t sure how to jailbreak with Chimera, then you can follow our step-by-step tutorial. Moreover, we have a similar tutorial for ChimeraTV.

Has the latest version of Chimera resolved any of the stability issues you may have been experiencing? Let us know in the comments section below.