Wander Shortcuts-based Odyssey jailbreak installer updated to v1.2.1

Odyssey jailbreak loyalists were excited to learn about the Wander Shortcuts extension when it launched just under three months ago. With it, Odyssey users could install and update their jailbreak on-device directly through Apple’s native Shortcuts app.

Following the news that the Odyssey jailbreak tool had been updated to version 1.2 early Friday morning with support for a newly released tfp0 exploit for iOS & iPadOS 13.5.1-13.7, Wander developer BurritoSoftware likewise launched an update for the popular Shortcuts extension, bringing it up to version 1.2.1:

Wander v1.2 adds speed & UI improvements, cellular support, and more

If you’re an Odyssey jailbreak user and you aren’t taking advantage of the Wander extension for Apple’s native Shortcuts app on your iPhone or iPad, then you’re seriously missing out. Wander lets you quickly install or update the Odyssey jailbreak on your iOS or iPadOS 13 devices with only a few taps via your favorite installation method, and it was updated Sunday evening to version 1.2 with a few notable improvements.

Wander developer BurritoSoftware announced the new Wander v1.2 update via Twitter, and from what we can gather, this isn’t an update you’ll want to miss:

Odyssey jailbreak updated to v1.1.0 with bug fixes and theming improvements

Odyssey jailbreak for iOS 13.

Those who depend on the iOS 13-centric Odyssey jailbreak tool for all their iPhone and/or iPad liberation needs will be excited to learn that there’s a new update available. The latest version of Odyssey at the time of this writing is now 1.1.0.

The Odyssey Team announced the new update for the Odyssey jailbreak late last night via Twitter, and from what we can gather, it brings both bug fixes and improvements to the app’s built-in theming capabilities:

Odyssey jailbreak v1.0.2 update addresses kernel panics & bundles latest Sileo

If you’re taking advantage of the iOS 13-centric Odyssey jailbreak to enjoy powerful third-party add-ons and extensions on your iPhone or iPad without the nanny company Apple telling you what you can and can't do on your own device, then you might be excited to learn that the tool was updated to version 1.0.2 on Friday.

The Odyssey Team announced the latest Odyssey jailbreak tool update via Twitter just this morning, and from what we can gather, it incorporates the following changes for users to take advantage of:

How to add Wander to the Shortcuts app to install & update the Odyssey jailbreak

Just like unc0ver, the Odyssey jailbreak app is intended to be side loaded into a compatible iPhone or iPad. To help make the process of side-loading the Odyssey jailbreak app easier, the Odyssey Team officially endorsed the brand-new Wander add-on for Apple’s Shortcuts app shortly after the tool came out of public beta.

The Wander add-on doesn’t replace side loading utilities like AltStore and ReProvision or signing services like Jailbreaks.app, but rather synergizes with them to make the process of installing Odyssey and updating to newer versions faster and less cumbersome while providing a more native user experience through Apple’s Shortcuts app in the process. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to set up the Wander add-on with your Shortcuts app.

Wander: An add-on for Apple’s Shortcuts app to install the Odyssey jailbreak

The Odyssey Team officially released the Odyssey jailbreak to the general public last week following a limited public beta testing period. While the Odyssey jailbreak can be installed with the AltStore utility for both Mac and Windows, some users might be excited to learn about a new on-device option dubbed Wander by BurritoSoftware, which can be used to deploy an installation shortcut via Apple’s own free Shortcuts app.

Wander is especially made for iOS 13 devices, which makes it an ideal match for the iOS 13-centric Odyssey jailbreak. The new shortcut installs the Odyssey jailbreak with just a tap, and more importantly, is fully compatible with other side-loading utilities including AltStore, ReProvision, and signing services like Jailbreaks.app. The announcement that it would be used by the Odyssey Team was made via Twitter: