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Jailbreak 22.03.2023
How to jailbreak your iDevice

Jailbreaking has been around since the early days of the iPhone. The first jailbreak was developed by a hacker named "geohot" in 2007, which allowed users to unlock the iPhone's bootloader and install custom firmware. Since then, many jailbreak tools have been developed by different developers, each with its unique method and compatibility with different iOS versions and devices.


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The popular jailbreak tools that can be used nowadays:


kok3shi Jailbreak: A tool for semi-untethered jailbreak: 64-bit iOS 9.3.2 - 9.3.5


BlizzardAlpha version for testers - Should be able to jailbreak iOS 9.0 - 9.3.6 on all 32-Bit devices.


Chimera: Chimera is a jailbreak tool developed by the Electra Team, which supports iOS 12.0 to 12.4.


RootlessJB4: Another jailbreak tool that supports iOS 12.0 - 12.4.7, including all A7-A11 devices


Odyssey: Odyssey was also made by the Electra Team and supports iOS 13.0 to 13.7.


Houdini for iOS 10.x to iOS 11.2.1 is a jailbreak alternative that allows you to modify your iPhone interface without full jailbreak.


ElectraJailbreak for iOS 11 to iOS 11.4.1 for A7 & A8 (iPhone 5s/6/6plus) devices


unc0verunc0ver was developed by @pwn20wnd & @sbingner and supports most iOS versions from iOS 11 to iOS 14.3 (11, 12.4.9-12.5.1, 13.5.1-13.7 and 14.0-14.3)


XinaA15: Supports iOS 15+


Fugu 15: Fugu is the first open source jailbreak tool based on the checkm8 exploit. Supports iOS 15 - iOS 15.5 


It is essential to note that jailbreaking is sometimes a complicated process, and not all jailbreak tools work with all iOS versions and devices. Therefore, it is crucial to do proper research and follow the instructions carefully before attempting to jailbreak an iOS device. Additionally, jailbreaking can have significant security implications, so it is essential to take extra precautions and be aware of the potential risks involved.


Conclusion


In conclusion, while there are many jailbreak tools available for iOS devices, it is important to weigh the potential benefits against the risks and consider whether jailbreaking is the right choice for your device and your needs. It is also crucial to remember that jailbreaking may violate the terms of service and license agreement and in some cases may even result in the loss of access to Apple's services and the App Store.

If you want to install cracked or modified apps without jailbreaking, learn about the concept of "sideloading".

Suggested article: Sideloading iOS Apps: What It Is and How to Do It Safely