Team unc0ver released another update for Substrate on Thursday evening, this time bringing the package up to version 2.0.5.
Sam Bingner has updated Substitute once again, this time to version 2.0.4 with more performance and stability improvements.
Team unc0ver made good on its promise to release a revamped version of Substitute after releasing versions 2.0 and 2.0.1 late last night.
Substitute version 2.0 for the checkra1n and unc0ver jailbreaks has been announced, promising substantial speed improvements along with a smaller footprint with regard to system resources.
A recently-teased exploit for iOS 13.6-13.7 could eventually be released to aid with jailbreaking these firmware versions. The hacker noted plans to share it with Pwn20wnd of the unc0ver team.
Following a temporary takedown of the Odyssey Team’s Chimera13 GitHub repository following a DMCA takedown request by the unc0ver team, GitHub has now reinstated the repository.
You can remove the unc0ver jailbreak from your iPhone or iPad without restoring it to factory settings and erasing personal data. In this tutorial, we show you how.
Shortly after releasing unc0ver v3.5.0 with support for new versions of iOS on older handsets, Pwn20wnd released a second update in the form of unc0ver v3.5.1 to remove any files leftover by alternative jailbreaks.
The unc0ver jailbreak picked up support for iOS 12.4.8 and other versions of iOS on Wednesday for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPad Air 1st generation.
The unc0ver team updated the unc0ver jailbreak tool Wednesday morning to version 5.2.1 with a number of bug fixes and improvements.