Odyssey jailbreak for iOS has received a new update which brings support for devices with A8 and A9 chips. Odyssey 1.2.2 uses a new oob_events exploit which makes the jailbreak possible on iPhone and iPad running iOS 13.5.1 – 13.7.
Odyssey jailbreak now supports A8/A9 devices running iOS 13.5.1 – 13.7
Since we last covered Odyssey 1.2, there have been two updates to the jailbreak tool. Version 1.2.1 had the following changes:
- Improves exploit reliability on 13.0 – 13.7 for all A10 and up devices.
- A8(X)/A9(X) devices now default to the tardy0n exploit (13.0 – 13.5 only)
- Issues were fixed with exploit reliability on A10 iPads.
While the latest Odyssey 1.2.2 update only has one major change, which includes support for A8 and A9 devices running iOS 13.5.1 – 13.7:
- Enabled A8/A9 support for 13.5.1-13.7 with oob_events
You can use AltStore to download and install Odyssey jailbreak on your iOS device. Alternatively, you can also sideload Odyssey IPA file, or use a Shortcut, which simplifies the whole process.
The development team behind Odyssey takes pride in the fast performing experience it provides, and is completely open source so you can even take a look under the hood, if you are keen. If your device is compatible with Odyssey, we highly recommend using it instead of other jailbreak alternatives.
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