The Unc0ver v4.3.1 version was rated by Pwn20wnd because the most stable update, fixing quite 30 errors, large and little , resolving all problems associated with applications, system services and significantly improving battery life on jailbreak devices.
New update list on Unc0ver v4.3.1
- Added support for restarting user space for the first time in the jailbreak
- Troubleshoot design issues that affect the recovery tool
- Add support to look up or sign up for a service from the sandbox with the ‘cy:’ prefix for developers
- Add support to inject into the entire user space
- Fix software update blockers on iOS 13
- Restart user space after unlocking
- Make major design changes to maintain continuous system performance
- Fix random reboots, freezes, memory issues, and any previously known issues affecting system services or applications.
- Automatically re-enable software updates when restoring RootFS
- jailbreak 12.1.3 – 12.2 (12.3 beta) devices using A7 – A11
- jailbreak on iPhone4s, iPad mini and iPad 3
- jailbreak on iPad 4 and iPhone 5
- jailbreak iOS 12.4
- Instructions to jailbreak iOS 12.3 – 13.2.2 with Checkra1n
- Unc0ver supports iOS 12.2 jailbreak for devices using A7 – A11
Unc0ver currently supports jailbreak iOS 11 – iOS 13.3, including cpu devices A8 / A9 to A13. If you’re having problems with the lower version, you’ll perform a jailbreak with the Unc0ver v4.3.1 update.
Note before jailbreaking with Unc0ver
Delete all iOS update files via OTA if available (settings> memory management> remove downloaded updates and restart the device)
If you encounter a case of automatic reboot, you just need to reopen unc0ver and proceed to jailbreak again
Create a backup of data on the computer
This is a temporary jailbreak, if restarting the device, the jailbreak status will be disabled and you need to perform the jailbreak operation again.