KrashKop is a new and lightweight crash reporter for jailbroken iOS 15 & 16 devices

If there’s one thing jailbreak tweak developers find incredibly useful when end users report issues with their tweaks, it’s a crash log. Unfortunately, most people don’t bother to include one when they report issues, which makes troubleshooting that much more difficult on the developer.

KrashKop app interface.

That’s why we always recommend having some form of crash reporter app on your jailbroken iPhone, and FoxFortMobile’s new KrashKop app for iOS & iPadOS 15 and later lends great way to capture issues that you might want a developer to see.

According to FoxFortMobile, Apple changed crash log format starting with iOS & iPadOS 15. More specifically, it now uses the .ips extension, which is based on JSON. These files can’t be easily read on-device, and must instead be forward to a Mac to be read in the Console app.

This obviously isn’t a great solution, as previous versions of iOS made it easy to read crash logs on-device. Fortunately, KrashKop can open and read .ips-based crash logs on device in an easy to read and understand manner. It also makes sharing those crash logs super easy.

The developer also notes that because KrashKop doesn’t hook anything, it’s extremely lightweight on system resources. Furthermore, it supports all the latest jailbreaks, including palera1n on iOS & iPadOS 15.x-16.x, and XinaA15 on iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1.

If you’re interested in installing the new KrashKop crash reporter on your jailbroken handset, then you can download it for free from the Havoc repository via your favorite package manager app.

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