Tuesday , October 20 2020

How to jailbreak iOS 13.5 with Unc0ver on macOS

It’s been a long time since I wrote an article about jailbreaking, but this publication is big. A new 0-day @ Pwn20wnd kernel vulnerability could jailbreak all iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices that can run iOS 13.5.

In other words, this means that any modern iOS device that is available to you today can have a jailbreak. It wasn’t long ago that some thought jailbreaking was dead, but this release proves otherwise.

Check out our short handy video tutorial, in which I show how easy it is to jailbreak a device using the Unc0ver jailbreak tool.

Jailbreaking is not recommended by Apple and can pose security risks. Do it at your own risk.

Jailbreak iOS 13.5 on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with Unc0ver Jailbreak for Mac

Step 1: On your Mac Download AltStore for macOS from altstore.io and go to / applications

Step 2: Open AltStore and you will find the application in the menu bar.

Step 3: Click the AltStore menu bar icon and choose Install Mail Plug-in.

Step 4: click Install PIugin in the pop-up box and enter your administrator password.

Step 5: click OK Installed in the Installed Mail Plug-in confirmation box.

Complete video solution

Step 6: Open the Mail app, go to Mail → Settings and click on Manage plug-ins Button under the General tab.

Step 7: Check the box next to AltPlugin.mailbundle and click Apply mail and restart.

Step 8: Connect your iOS device with iOS 13.5 to your Mac using a Lightning to USB cable and open a Finder window to find your device under Locations in the Finder sidebar.

Step 9: Select your device and click trust If no trust relationship has been established between your Mac and your iOS device. Make sure that you click the Trust button in the pop-up that also appears on your iOS device.

Step 10: Click the icon on the AltStore menu bar, choose Install AltStore, and choose the name of your iOS device.

Step 11: When prompted, enter your Apple ID and Apple ID password to authenticate to Apple for side loading AltStore. After a few seconds, the AltStore icon should appear on your device’s home screen.

Step 12: Go to Settings → General → Device Management, tap the Apple ID control panel, and then tap trust and then tap trust again.

Step 13: Start the AltStore on your home screen and confirm that it will start.

Step 14: Open Safari and Go to unc0ver.dev

Step 15: Press the Open in the Alt Store Click the button and click to open Click the Open in AltStore button. The Alt Store opens again and the Unc0ver installer starts downloading.

Step 16: On the Welcome to AltStore page that appears, enter your Apple ID and Apple ID password to authenticate with Apple to load additional apps.

Step 17: When the Unc0ver download is complete, click & # 39; 7 days & # 39; Click the button to install the Unc0ver jailbreak tool on your iOS device.

Step 18: On the home screen, tap the Unc0ver icon, and then tap Prison break Button to start the jailbreak process. Your device will restart.

Step 19: After the restart, restart the Unc0ver app and tap Prison break Press again to complete the jailbreak. Your device will restart again.

Step 20: Launch the Cydia icon that appears on the home screen to begin installing and using jailbreak apps, themes, improvements, etc.

Take 9to5Macs

Although I don’t plan to jailbreak my daily driver, I have to admit that I’m missing some improvements and issues. Handy tools like Activator, a utility that allows you to control your iPhone in a way that is not possible with standard iOS.

And then there is Ayeris, a wonderful theme that gives the app icons on the home screen a new coat of paint. Speaking of Ayeris: Designer Surenix is ​​giving away several copies to 9to5Mac readers and viewers. First come first serve:

But what I really notice about this jailbreak is how fast everything is once you’ve installed Cydia. Cydia is very fast on the iPhone 11 Pro, which I would have liked to have had in 2011.

At this point, I am still undecided whether I will keep this jailbreak on my iPhone. Admittedly, jailbreaking is not as attractive to me as it used to be since all improvements to iOS have been made over the years.

Feel free to provide your reasons for jailbreaking or non-jailbreaking in the comments section below.

About Ellice Watts

Ellice Watts is the child of a Greek family. He is a passionate and ambitious blogger who has lived in Manhattan since he was 20 years old.

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