webRa1n Linux and, Mac has a new CheckRa1n Update
ChechRa1n has a new beta version tool that was created
and works only for the mac os device
version and the Linux version, iOS 13.3.1 support was
also added as-well.
Please Note: This webRa1n version is a beta release,
only meant for previewing, you should never try to
install it on your main device.
CHECKRA1N-0.9.8: Linux and Mac, CheckRa1n Update DOWNLOADS For webRa1n
- 2Download-for-Linux-(CLI, x86_64)
- 3Download-for-Linux-(CLI, arm)
- 4Download-for-Linux-(CLI, arm64)
- 5Download-for-Linux-(CLI, i486)
- Or download from Checkra1n Official webpage
THERE ARE NEW BUG FIXES
there were so many that keeping track was next to
- Support for Linux has arrived! See below for more information.
- Introduces webra1n (see below!).
- Low-level patching is now handled by our
all-new pongoOS, engineered from the ground up for
flexibility. More news on this front soon!
- Adds a whole new CLI, built around (ncurses),
which now supports FastDFU.
- Adds a new
--versionflag to the
CLI for debugging purposes.
- Adds an option to skip version checking for
new iOS and iPadOS versions which haven’t yet been
- Added support for iOS and iPadOS 13.3.1.
- The checkra1n app no longer requires the
internet to open.
- Most of the time whether the device is
successfully jailbroken or not you will get a popup
(error 20) on the Apple 4K-TV.
You may find all other well-known issues here: issue tracker.
SUPPORT FOR LINUX DEVICES
This is the first time Linux devices are being supported
with checkra1n. you will the download link here.
WELL KNOWN PROBLEMS
- The exploit IS NOT 100% working for Pi Zero
and Raspberry Pi 3 devices.
- You should know that if you want to jailbreak
more that one device, you will need to do a workaround
by restarting the checkra1n tool each time, for each
Checkra1n’s web-based utility is called, webra1n and
is only experimental at the moment, it is equipped with terminal-based, broadcasting ncurses directly from your
browser while allowing devices without a head like,
(raspberry pi) to view an interface via the network.
Make sure you use this locally or with a passcode
managed device or proxy/wifi connected network.
PLATFORMS NOT SUPPORTED
The new beta platform will only be available on Linux
and macOS devices.
A Windows, supported version will be available soon
At this time, checkra1n will only be able to support
the Cydia installation.
No Checkra1n update will be required for future package managers.
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