Just a couple of weeks ago, the checkra1n team updated the checkra1n jailbreak tool to version 0.12.3 with official support for iOS & iPadOS 14.5 along with a bevy of other miscellaneous improvements.
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The fabled Sileo package manager, which was once endemic to jailbreaks such as Chimera, Odyssey, and Taurine, is now officially available for all modern jailbreak solutions, including the likes of checkra1n and unc0ver, without the requirement of installing the Odysseyra1n script or the Procursus bootstrap.
Given just how frequently we’re asked how to get the Sileo package manager alongside Cydia on checkra1n or unc0ver without unwanted hacks or substantial jailbreak-changing commitments, we decided to take this unique opportunity to show you how to use the new Sileo installer for the checkra1n and unc0ver jailbreaks.
The Sileo package manager has long carried the stigma of being exclusive to specific jailbreaks – namely those created by CoolStar-led development teams such as Chimera for iOS 12, Odyssey for iOS & iPadOS 13, and Taurine for iOS & iPadOS 14.
Third-party ports to permit Cydia and Sileo on the same device have always existed, such as the now legacy Diatrus installer and the more recent Bingner installer. The Oydssey Team even went as far as to create an Odysseyra1n script that could turn a checkra1n’d handset into a quasi-Odyssey device with the procursus bootstrap and the Sileo package manager; the latter was especially popular given the length of time it took for an inclusive iOS & iPadOS 14 jailbreak to surface.
In a day and age where the iPhone is becoming more gesture-based, it peeves me that the Cydia app on jailbroken handsets hasn’t adopted more gesture-driven controls.
Perhaps one of the most obvious gesture controls that Cydia could benefit from is Pull to Refresh in the Changes tab – this would replace having to manually tap on the Refresh button at the top-left of the app just to see if there are any new jailbreak tweaks or extensions worth installing.
The unc0ver jailbreak has received a number of updates since initially picking up support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3 at the end of last month, with each update squashing more and more bugs to make the jailbreak more stable and performant.
As it would seem, today is no different. The unc0ver jailbreak was updated to version 6.1.0 this Thursday evening with further improvements targeting newfangled users running iOS & iPadOS 14.
The unc0ver jailbreak only just picked up support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3 this past weekend, and while it was met with unprecedented hype from those who’ve been waiting for a public iOS & iPadOS 14-centric jailbreak for all devices, anyone could have guessed that the tool would soon receive subsequent updates with bug and stability fixes.
Unc0ver received its first update after adding support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3 Monday evening with a number of improvements, but as many veteran unc0ver jailbreakers would come to expect, it wouldn’t be the final update. The unc0ver jailbreak tool received an update once again on Wednesday, this time to version 6.0.2 with additional changes.
The unc0ver jailbreak has received its first minor update after initially picking up support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3 this past weekend, a feat made possible by a custom kernel exploit that drew heavy inspiration from the recently released cicuta_verosa exploit by @ModernPwner.
In the latest update, dubbed version 6.0.1, unc0ver received bug fixes and performance improvements to address some of the issues reported by users within the first 48 hours of the tool being available to the general public.
In case you missed it, the unc0ver jailbreak tool received an update Saturday night to version 6.0.0, adding official support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3 devices.
Many iPhone and iPad users are excited about the thought of jailbreaking their iOS & iPadOS 14 devices, but they’re either not sure where to begin or might be experiencing turbulence in the attempt to jailbreak.
After much anticipation, the unc0ver team has officially updated its tenable jailbreak tool Saturday evening with initial support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3.
The latest unc0ver update brings the tool up to version 6.0.0, and as expected, incorporates a full fledged jailbreak experience with tweak injection via Substitute and package management via Cydia.
First off, this guide is only necessary for 64-bit devices which are currently jailbroken on old firmwares, such as iOS 9 and some versions of iOS 10. The jailbreaks for those firmwares did not always include a way to set a generator for use with futurerestore, and nonceEnabler provides that ability. Nearly all newer jailbreaks provide their own simpler ways of setting a generator, and they do not need to use nonceEnabler, nor this guide. If your device is not currently jailbroken on an old firmware such as the ones mentioned in this guide, and/or has its own method of setting a generator, refer instead to our main futurerestore guides.
Apple is facing yet another antitrust claim against it. This time around, though, it's from one of the company's oldest "competitors".
A substantial number of veteran jailbreakers who relied on Cydia’s ‘Log in with Facebook’ mechanism to access their previous jailbreak tweak and extension purchases were met with frustration after the feature appeared to stop working last June.
Fortunately, the problem now appears to be fixed, as noted by a couple of Tweets shared just this weekend by Cydia creator Jay Freeman, also known more colloquially to the jailbreak community as Saurik: