It was only a few hours ago that the checkra1n team updated the checkra1n public beta jailbreak to v0.9.3 with a somewhat lengthy change log, but as it would seem, they weren’t yet finished crunching bugs.

In a Tweet shared later this afternoon, the checkra1n team shared news about a second update to the jailbreak tool, this time bringing it up to v0.9.3.2:

The checkra1in team hasn’t published an updated change log to their website for this particular version, which denotes how this is only a minor bug fix update. From their Tweet, however, we can gather that this update resolves an issue with “odd userspace behavior on certain devices,” but that’s all we know at this time.

For the most part, we recommend that jailbreakers wait for the official public release before using checkra1n, but to those who’ve already used it, we’d advise downloading this update from the official checkra1n website and deploying it to ensure that you’re taking full advantage of the latest bug fixes and improvements, as it has implications for long-term stability.

If you haven’t jailbroken with checkra1n before and intend to try despite our warnings, then you can follow our detailed step-by-step tutorial to ensure a smooth jailbreak experience.

Have you downloaded and installed the latest checkra1n update yet? Let us know how it went for you in the comments section.