Following the release of Linus Henze’s developer-centric Fugu15 jailbreak for arm64e devices running iOS 15.0-15.4.1, iOS developer opa334 released two subsequent updates to TrollStore to fix an issue with installing the Fugu15 jailbreak through the popular perma-signing utility. The first update was marked version 1.3.3, while the second was marked version 1.3.4.
Opa334 announced the aforementioned TrollStore updates one after another via Twitter Monday evening, and according to the change log, these are the changes in the latest TrollStore release(s):
- Fix Fugu15 not working when installed through TrollStore
- Make app details a little more accurate
From what we can gather, version 1.3.3 was originally released with the changes above, however opa334 quickly realized a mistake in the update process of version 1.3.3 and released version 1.3.4 shortly after to address it.
Now that TrollStore officially supports the Fugu15 jailbreak app, this means that users can use TrollStore to sideload and perma-sign the Fugu15 jailbreak app on their compatible device. Previously, users needed to set up a web-based installer with their own domain or connect their device to their Mac to install Fugu15 with Xcode.
Although installing Fugu15 with TrollStore is now much easier, we still don’t recommend it for the average prospective jailbreaker. This is because Fugu15 is mainly intended for developers who wish to tinker, it hasn’t been tested on a wide variety of device and firmware combinations, and it doesn’t have support for tweak injection. Opa334 echoed this wise advice in a follow-up Tweet.
The latest version of TrollStore is recommended for all existing users, and can be easily updated to via the OTA (over the air) updating mechanism in the TrollHelper app. If you’re not already using TrollStore, then you can install it on your iPhone or iPad running iOS or iPadOS 14.0-15.4.1 (and some 15.5 betas) using either of the methods discussed in the step-by-step tutorials below:
- How to install TrollStore on non-jailbroken iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1 devices
- How to install TrollStore on jailbroken iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.8.1 devices
Have you updated to the latest version of TrollStore yet? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.