Checkra1n beta 0.10.1 jailbreak tool is now available, adds support for iOS 13.4 and 13.4.1
The jailbreak community is getting more and more popular as more and more people seek to get a little more functionality and customization out of their iOS devices. This has no-doubt, been facilitated by the ease of jailbreaking. Tools like Checkra1n have become rather popular among geeks and noobs alike.
We have covered countless jailbreak tweaks on this platform in the past so you might want to check out our dedicated jailbreak section for more of these tweaks.
Checkra1n has, for a while, been the go-to tool for many users who are looking to jailbreak their iPhones or iPads. And for good reason. This tweak is regularly updated to support even the very latest builds on iOS and to fix any bugs that users are facing.
In the previous release of Checkra1n, experimental version 0.9.9, we saw the tool get support for the latest iOS version 13.4. This was an experimental build and, while users reported that it worked, the developer warned against underlying issues.
Well, now we have a new build of Checkra1n, Checkra1n beta 0.10.1. This Beta build now includes support for iOS 13.4 and 13.4.1. That is not all. This build also packs a number of bug fixes. Below is the changelog for this new release.
What’s new in Checkra1n version 0.10.1:
Fixes support for A7 devices
Fixes an issue in 12.4 which caused the device to panic and reboot on attempted shutdown
Fixes an issue that caused the keychain to lose new passwords
Fixes an issue which caused the GUI/ncurses to crash when used more than once
Fixes an issue where a userspace reboot won’t restart dropbear
Added 13.4 and 13.4.1 support
Introducing kernel patch finder v2 – rewritten from the ground up for sanic speed
You can now quit from the webra1n interface
The developer community and the jailbreak community by extension is only growing and we can expect more tools like these and even more tweaks to take advantage of jailbreak in the future.
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