The Unc0ver jailbreak received a new update today, June 10, which supports the beta version of iOS 13.5.5, in addition to bringing some bug fixes present in the previous version.
The information was released on Twitter by the profile Pwn20wnd – responsible for the development of Unc0ver:
Didn't update to iOS 13.5 while it was signed? You can now update to iOS 13.5.5~b1 and jailbreak with #unc0ver v5.2.0 with the guide on https://t.co/cNIUANskiA. Running beta iOS is not recommended if not necessary.
— unc0ver Team (@unc0verTeam) June 9, 2020
“Didn’t you upgrade to iOS 13.5 while signed in? Now you can upgrade to iOS 13.5.5 ~ b1 and jailbreak unc0ver v5.2.0 through the guide at https://unc0ver.dev. Run the beta version of iOS is not recommended if it is not needed. “
FWIW, #unc0ver v5.2.0 fixes the logic bug in disable auto updates. So if you had the option set as disabled, you should set it as enabled before jailbreaking with v5.2.0.
— @Pwn20wnd (@Pwn20wnd) June 9, 2020
“If it helps, unc0ver v5.2.0 corrects the error by disabling automatic updates. So if you had the option set to disabled, set it to enabled before jailbreaking with v5.2.0.”
Check out what’s new in version 5.2 of Unc0ver:
- Support for iOS version 13.5.5 ~ b1
- Fixed error when disabling automatic updates
- Update the included Cydia to fix flaws in iOS 13.5 with keyboard hardware-enabled
We remind you that the installation of the jailbreak is at the user’s own risk and Tudocellular does not recommend performing the procedure if you are not 100% aware of the risks. x
We also remember that some applications may not work correctly on devices with the jailbreak, or even not support, as is the case with WhatsApp.