The team behind checkra1n has released v0.9.3 of the jailbreaking tool with significant improvements and bug fixes. If you were struggling to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13 using chekcra1n, you should update to the latest version of the tool and then try again.
The update fixes a number of bugs reported by the jailbreaking community with the initial release of the tool including issues with the touch screen becoming unresponsive, Smart keyboard on the iPad not working, and more. The overall stability of the jailbreak has also been improved thanks to changes in the loading mechanism of substrate.
Below is everything that’s new in checkra1n 0.9.3:
- Fixes an issue where biometrics did not work for some users
- Fixes an issue where the touch screen became unresponsive for some users
- Fixes an issue where the loader app may not have appeared on the homescreen
- Fixes an issue where the iPad Smart Keyboard did not work
- Fixes an issue where the fast charging functionality did not work on some devices
- Fixes an issue where the taptic engine did not work on some devices
- Fixes an issue where battery settings did not load for some users
- Detect a case where the user may have an OTA update downloaded, which caused issues for some users
- The loading mechanism for substrate has been rewritten from the ground up in this beta to to improve the stability of the device.
- This beta also adds an option to boot into no-substrate mode. To utilize this functionality, check the no-substrate mode option in the app.
To update to the latest version of checkra1n, download the latest version of the tool and re-jailbreak it again. However, if your jailbroken iPhone or iPad is working just fine without any issues, you can skip updating checkra1n.
If you are looking for some useful jailbreak tweaks for checkra1n iOS 13 jailbreak, check out our compilation of some of the best tweaks here. You can also find more useful jailbreak tweaks from these Cydia repos and sources.