The Unc0ver team is out with a major update for their jailbreaking tool with a number of changes and improvements. If you have jailbroken your iPhone using Unc0ver, it is strongly recommended that you update to this build.
Unc0ver 4.3 adds support for rebooting the userspace — a first for a jailbreak. It also adds support for injecting the entire userspace and looking up or registering services from the sandbox. It will also automatically re-enable software updates when one restores the RootFS.
#unc0ver v4.3.0 is NOW OUT – The biggest stability and feature update to unc0ver yet!
Get it at: https://t.co/FtG9c9kNtg
— Pwn20wnd (@Pwn20wnd) March 8, 2020
Below is the full change-log of the update:
- Bumped version to 4.3.1 due to a github bug causing an older file to be temporarily available
- Add support for rebooting the userspace for the first time in a jailbreak
- Add support for injecting to the entire userspace
- Add support for looking up or registering services from the sandbox with the cy: prefix for developers
- Reboot the userspace after jailbreaking
- Make major design changes to preserve stock system performance
- Fix random reboots, freezes, memory issues and any known problem that affected system services or apps
- Fix persistent software update blocker on iOS 13 (Works in the jailed state too)
- Fix a design problem that affected the Succession restore tool
- Automatically re-enable software updates when restoring RootFS
As mentioned, since this is a major update to Unc0ver, you should definitely update your jailbroken iPhone to it. You can do so by downloading the latest version of the Unc0ver IPA and then re-jailbreaking your iPhone again using it. You can follow our guide to jailbreak your iPhone running iOS 13 – iOS 13.3. After that, check out a roundup all the compatible jailbreak tweaks for it over here.