This release is a beta preview and as such should not be installed on a primary devices
Checkra1n Jailbreak 0.12.1 beta Released. Adds an on-device alert to indicate checkra1n’s Safe Mode is active -Adds support for iBridge SSH from the same host -Partial support for the original HomePod (CLI only, tested to work with 13.x and 14.x). First jailbreak to support the HomePod!
checkra1n 0.12.0 released with many under the hood improvements, a SEP ROM exploit for A10(X) on iOS 14 and iOS 14.2 support! Grab it at:
DOWNLOAD : CHECKRA1n 0.12
checkra1n 0.12.0 Released!! Official support for iOS 14.1 and 14.2 – Official support for A10/A10X devices on iOS 14.x – Limited support for A11 devices on iOS 14.x (Options > Skip A11 BPR check)
Official support for iOS 14.1 and 14.2
Official support for A10/A10X devices on iOS 14.x
Limited support for A11 devices on iOS 14.x (Options > Skip A11 BPR check)
A “Quick Mode” option that makes the GUI/TUI run on a timer and require no button clicksBug fixes
Fixes a widespread issue that could cause crashes or hangs at various stages of booting across all devices and iOS versions
Fixes a kernel patch that made many kexts think the device was in restore mode
Fixes an issue where the tvOS loader would crash on tvOS 13.x
Fixes a GUI/TUI issue that would cause failure with A7 devices
Fixes a GUI/TUI issue where failure to jailbreak could cause memory corruption
Fixes an issue where the T2 overlay was not being sent in the Linux version
Ships a vastly updated PongoOS, including:
Working USB on all SoCs
A hardware AES driver for all SoCs, providing access to GID keys and more
-p works once againOther changes
Users who used a modified checkra1n build will get a warning popupKnown issues
On Apple A10 devices running iOS 14, boot may sometimes hang in pongoOS. In that case, reboot the device and retry.
Jailbreaking tvOS using the GUI might not work in some cases. As a workaround, you can use the CLI.
NVRAM is not unlocked on iOS 14.2
A7 devices are currently known to not work with the Linux version
The exploit may not work as reliably on some devices, such as the Raspberry Pi Zero and Raspberry Pi 3
Linux GUI build when using CLI mode doesn’t support auto assertion of DFU mode on advanced Apple TV 4k breakout boards
May need to reconnect the device after exploitation for bootstrap upload
As soon as macOS boots it’ll take over the USB connection and disallow communication Unsupported platforms This beta is only available for macOS and Linux. Work is ongoing to support Windows, which will be added in a later release. Package managers At the moment, checkra1n only supports installing Cydia. Support for other package managers, including Zebra and Installer is coming soon and is expected within the coming weeks.