Unc0ver 5.0, the Jailbreak for iOS 13.5 arrives

Despite the fact that the Jailbreak seems to be an increasingly niche or less popular thing, it continues to have its "pull" in the community. The constant update of iOS and the arrival of Tim Cook to the throne of Apple has made that new functionalities are constantly included that those of us who have been in this for years would never have thought would arrive, keyboards, fonts and even the possibility of managing the settings from the Center of control. Nevertheless The Jailbreak community continues to bet strong and has launched the Jailbreak for iOS 13.5, we will tell you all the news, are you still doing the Jailbreak?

This version 5.0 of unc0ver is compatible with all iOS devices that are running a version between iOS 13.3.1 and 13.5, the vast majority of those currently available. It will also be compatible with the iPhone or iPad that have an Apple A9 processor and are running versions between iOS 12.3 and 12.4.1, therefore we have a more than interesting range. For now we have been told about the possibility of running on iOS 12.4.2 or 12.4.7 in the case of the iPhone 6s onwards, but it seems to be on the way.

How to Jailbreak iOS 13.5

To Jailbreak first make sure to erase any update OTA files and reboot the device.

  1. Install AltServer on THIS LINK. Now connect your iPhone with the cable and open AltServer, click on "Install AltStore" and select your iPhone.
  2. Now on the screen of your iPhone will appear, grant permissions to the certificate in Settings> General> Profiles
  3. Without disconnecting the iPhone from the computer, download Unc0ver in THIS LINK and enter your Apple ID
  4. Go back to your iPhone, click on the "Jailbreak" button and let the app work until the Cydia icon appears on the screen.

And that's how easy you can have Cydia back on your iPhone.

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  1.   Ca4l02 said

    And now your iphone is accessible to anyone! That you have forgotten ...
    I even doubt the legality of this article

    1.    urt said

      Hello Ca4l02,

      Jailbreak the iPhone is not
      Illegal. It is true that it is more accessible to possible attacks, and if you download pirated apps that would be illegal, but not the jailbreak itself. There are ways to download pirated apps without having to jailbreak and that is what would be illegal, so there is nothing illegal in the article either.

      A greeting.


    2.    Miguel Hernández said

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha. Regards my friend.

  2.   wanda said

    * this is what I get in the Uncover app:

    You can't open the application “unc0ver” because it is not supported on this type of Mac.

    * I have Mac OS Catalina 10.15.4 on my MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)

    Could you please help me, I miss the Jailbreak….