unc0ver 6.1.2 jailbreak tool is now available with a bunch of stability improvements for iOS 14, and a new safety feature for stock files. unc0ver jailbreak supports iOS 11.0 to iOS 14.3 (including iPadOS) on all devices that supporting these operating systems.
unc0ver 6.1.2 features fixes for reboots and crashes on iOS 14
unc0ver 6.0.0 was released back in February with support for iOS 14.3, thanks to its use of CVE-2021-1782 vulnerability. This security flaw opened up all devices that run iOS 14, including the latest A14 chip-powered iPhone and iPad models. Apple later patched the security flaw in iOS 14.4, however, if you are still on iOS 14.3, you can upgrade to unc0ver 6.0.0, to take advantage of additional stability improvements and the new safety feature.
Here is the complete changelog from the developers for unc0ver 6.1.2:
- Fix a cause of random reboots on iOS14
- Fix a cause of jetsam events on iOS14
- Fix a cause of processes being killed(9) on iOS14, particularly dpkg postinst etc
- Increase compatibility with signing services
- Introduce a new safety feature to preserve stock files from modification by packages
If you have already jailbroken your iPhone or iPad with unc0ver, you will have to re-jailbreak your device to upgrade to unc0ver 6.1.2. Download the latest version of unc0ver, and follow our guide on how to jailbreak iOS 14 using unc0ver to re-jailbreak your device by using either AltStore or Cydia Impactor.
If you have either of the below-listed devices and have updated to iOS 14.4 or iPadOS 14.4, you cannot use unc0ver to jailbreak your device. Luckily, you can easily jailbreak iOS 14.4 by using checkra1n:
- iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and SE
- iPad 5th generation
- iPad Air 2
- iPad mini 4
- iPad Pro 1st generation
- Apple TV 4 and 4K