New Checkra1n 0.12.4 Windows Checkra1n Windows Jailbreak iOS 14.5.1/14.5/12.5.3 iPhone 5S/6S/7/8+/X
it is a big update that includes support for the latest iOS 13.5 and tv OS 13.4.5 betas as well as several bug fixes and improvements. As always we recommend that you backup your device before jailbreaking it.
This is the first jailbreak for iOS 13.3 and higher on Windows. It uses a 0-day vulnerability in the checkm8 boot from exploit to jailbreak your device. This means that it cannot be patched by Apple and that it is permanent. Checkra1n is compatible with all devices that can run iOS 13.3 including the iPhone 11 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
Checkra1n 0.12.4 Windows Jailbreak
Checkra1n 0.12.4 jailbreak has been released for Windows allowing users to jailbreak their devices running iOS 12.4 and lower. The Checkra1n jailbreak is based on the checkm8 exploit and is currently the only jailbreak available for iOS 12.4 and below. It supports all devices that are compatible with iOS 12.4 including the iPhone 5s 6 6 Plus 6s 6s Plus SE 7 7 Plus 8 8 Plus X XS XS Max and XR.
To use the Checkra1n jailbreak on Windows you will need to have an Intel-based PC with at least 4GB of RAM and a USB 2.0 port. The Checkra1n jailbreak is a semi-tethered jailbreak which means that you will need to re-jailbreak your device every time it is rebooted.
Checkra1n 0.12.4 is now available for download. This is a significant update that includes support for A7-A11 devices running iOS 12.4 with new features and bug fixes. The most notable change is the addition of support for the A7-A11 devices running iOS 12.4 This means that you can now jailbreak any iPhone or iPad from the iPhone 5s to the iPhone X running iOS 12.4 using checkra1n.
but it supports iOS 12.4 the new release also includes several new features and bug fixes. The full changelog is available on the checkra1n website. Some of the highlights include:
– Support for the Home Depot jailbreak on A7-A9 devices
– Added support for SSH over USB
– Added support for DFU mode on A7-A11 devices
– Added support for restoring backups made with iTunes