Hexxa plus iOS 13.4 Beta Repo Extractor iOS 13.3-13.3.1 All Updates

I do not why you would think of an iOS 13.4. 13.3.1, 13.3 jailbreak as it has not even been publicly released yet. But as a matter of fact betas are the best for OS vulnerabilities. Hexxa Plus is the perfect iOS 13 jailbreak solution available on zjailbreak. Now it has upgraded for iOS 13 – iOS 13.3.1 Jailbreak. Also, Hexxa team confirms it works with the beta version of iOS 13.4 Jailbreak too. Hexxa is a Repo Extractor. You can not jailbreak your device with Hexxa. You should remember, that is not a semi-untethered or untethered Jailbreak method.

It’s an optimized and advanced version of the popular jailbreak tool Hexxa, which was introduced to jailbreak iOS 13.3.1. But jailbreak developers are working hard and there might be a stable jailbreak for iOS 13 in the near future. But for now, if you really unlike iOS 13.4 you can stay on some where in iOS 13.3.1 and also can jailbreak even. This is just Jailbreak app installation method. It will let you install Jailbreak apps by extracting repos. There is many repositories. You can download Jailbreak/third party apps available under these repos.

Hexxa plus iOS 13.4 Beta Repo Extractor iOS 13.3-13.3.1 All Updates

tfp0 Bug Could Lead to iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 Jailbreak for iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS 

[Step’s Guide 2020] How To Jailbreak iOS 13.3 Using Checkra1n 

There are few ways of having Hexxa plus iOS 13.4 apps with out a iOS 13.4 jailbreak. You can try one of them.

Hexxa Plus repo extractor is the best jailbreak app installation method for iOS 13, iOS 13.1, iOS 13.1.1, iOS 13.1.2, iOS 13.1.3, iOS 13.2, iOS 13.2.2, iOS 13.2.3, iOS 13.3, iOS 13.3.1 & iOS 13.4 beta versions. Also, zJailbreak compatible with all device models including A12 / A13 device. That is the process of Hexxa. So we can not say that is fake. The thing is people misunderstanding this as a jailbreak tool. You can download Hexxa from here. So, we thought it’s a good idea to have them all in one place for your convenience. If you need to download Jailbreak Software or Jailbreak Tool, we are pretty sure you will find what you are looking for here.

tfp0 Bug Could Lead to iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 Jailbreak for iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS

Thanks to the checkm8 bootrom exploit, we saw an iOS 13 jailbreak drop pretty soon after the release of the OS. As you can see from the steps above, the method to jailbreak your iPhone running iOS 13 is relatively more complicated than simply running the checkra1n jailbreak tool on macOS.

iOS 13.3 Jailbreak for iPhone 11 Pro MAC

iOS 13.3 Jailbreak for iPhone 11 Pro WINDOWS

However, the exploit only worked on iPhone 5s to iPhone X and was incompatible with newer iPhones and iPads.

The good news is that a new tfp0 bug has been discovered that could pave the way for an iOS 13.3.1 jailbreak for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone XS.

Discovered by @08Tc3wBB and validate by security researcher @RazMashat, the tfp0 exploit has been confirmed to work on A12 and A13 Bionic devices running iOS 13.3.

The teaser video posted by @08Tc3wBB does not reveal much — it only shows a forced crash of the Apple News app.

Nonetheless tfp0 exploit is an exciting prospect for jailbreak iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1

This is not the first tfp0 exploit that we have seen for iOS 13 or iPhone 11 Pro.

In fact, a tfp0 exploit for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro was teased within days of the devices going on sale but that never translated into a real jailbreak tool.

The problem here is that there is still a lot of work that needs to be done before this tfp0 exploit could be use to jailbreak the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone XS

There’s always hope that someone from the jailbreak community takes interest in this exploit and ends up building a jailbreak tool for newer iPhones, though this is something that only time will tell.

Update: @iBSparkes has posted a screenshot on Twitter confirming that he has been able to use the tfp0 bug to hack an A13 Bionic iPhone i.e. either the iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro running iOS 13.3.

How to Jailbreak iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 Using Ra1nUSB on a Windows PC

Step 1: Download Ra1nUSB for your Intel or AMD PC. Also, install etcher and proceed to create a bootable USB drive using the tool. Select the Ra1nUSB image file when prompted during the setup process.

Jailbreak iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 Step 1

Step 2: Shut down your PC and boot into its BIOS by pressing the F10/F12 or DEL button during the startup process. In the BIOS, go ahead and disable the following features:

Step 2 Jailbreak iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1
  • VT-D
  • EL SerialPort
  • SecureBoot
  • Stack Network
  • Fastboot
  • Wake on LAN

While you are at it, enable the Virtualization option in the BIOS. Make sure to save the changes before exiting the BIOS.

Step 3: Plug in the bootable Ra1nUSB pen drive and then switch on your PC again. Make sure to boot off the pen drive instead of Windows. From Clover bootloader, select the Boot macOS Install from Ra1nUSB option.

Jailbreak iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 Step 3

Wait for a few minutes as the pre-packaged macOS image boots on your PC. If you end up getting any error during the boot process, there’s not much you can do. You can try again but that’s unlikely to solve the problem.

Step 4: If Ra1nUSB manages to boot on your PC, you should see a macOS-like installer screen. You do not need to proceed with the installation of macOS. Instead, at the top, click Utilities followed by Terminal.

Step 5: Type “ra1nusb” in the Terminal window and press Enter. This should open the Checkra1n jailbreak tool which you can then use to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13 – iOS 13.3. You can follow this guide from Step 3 on how to use the Checkra1n jailbreak tool.

Jailbreak iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 Step 4Step 5

Using Ra1nUSB: Things to Know

Jailbreak iOS 13.3.1
Jailbreak iOS 13.3.1
  • There are two different variants of Ra1nUSB, one for Intel PCs and another for AMD PCs.
  • For the entire process, you will need access to a USB drive with at least 8GB of free space.
  • The method requires you to change some settings in the BIOS of your computer.
  • There is a high probability that Ra1nUSB will simply not boot on your PC. There’s not much you can do to bypass this problem.
  • If everything works as intended, you can jailbreak iPhone 5s to iPhone X running iOS 12.3 – iOS 13.3. Selected iPad models are also compatible with the tool.
  • Mac users can check our article on how to use Checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad.

If you are not comfortable with the steps mention above, I will strongly recommend you to avoid using Ra1nUSB. Instead, try to get hold of a Mac from your friend and simply run the checkra1n tool on it to jailbreak your iPhone.

Pwn20wnd iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak publicly released – Unc0ver V_2.0 semi-tethered

A hacker has released the first public jailbreak for modern iPhones in several years, according to a new report from Motherboard. The report details that with the release of iOS 12.4, Apple accidentally unlatched a vulnerability that it had originally fixed in iOS 12.3, opening the door for this jailbreak to be publicly released for iOS 12.4.1.

Security researcher Pwn20wnd has released a public jailbreak for iOS 12.4.1 Unc0ver V_2.0 semi-tethered, which seemingly works on all recent iPhone models.

This marks the first time in years that such a jailbreak has been release to the public. The jailbreak iOS 12.4.1 as well as any other version below iOS 12.3.

In general, jailbreak details are keep private to keep Apple from patching it. Furthermore, jailbreaks are covet among security researchers because “the ability to jailbreak an iPhone means the ability to hack it,” and exploits can often sell for millions of dollars.

I haven’t used this jailbreak myself, so I can’t confirm first-hand about anything else you’ll need to do to ensure it keeps working. As iClarified writes for earlier versions of iOS:

iClarified iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak Updates
  • This is a semi-tethered jailbreak so you will need to launch unc0ver and tap Jailbreak each time you reboot.
  • If you don’t have a developer account you will need to re-sideload the unc0ver app every seven days.

We never said jailbreaking was easy. However, this is the price you pay for hacking your iPhone or iPad to run whatever you want.

 iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak
iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak

Numerous iPhone users have already taken to Twitter to show off their newly-jailbroken devices, including the recent iPhone X and iPhone XR.

The bug in question was first reported to Apple by Google’s Project Zero team. Apple detailed the fix in the security release notes for iOS 12.4.1

Ned Williamson works for Google Project Zero and confirmed to Vice that the iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak worked on his iPhone XR.

Williamson also explained the security concerns that arise because of Apple mistakenly un-patching the vulnerability:

“A user apparently tested the jailbreak on 12.4 and found that Apple had accidentally reverted the patch,” Williamson told Motherboard. The researcher told Motherboard that “somebody could make a perfect spyware” taking advantage of Apple’s mistake.

For example, he said, a malicious app could include an exploit for this bug that allows it to escape the usual iOS 12.4.1 sandbox—a mechanism that prevents apps from reaching data of other apps or the system—and steal user data. Another scenario is a hacker including the exploit in a malicious web-page, and pairing it with a browser exploit, according to the researcher.

It’s likely that Apple will release iOS 12.4.1 in the coming days to re-fix this vulnerability. Until then, security researcher Stefan Esser recommends all users be wary of what apps they install from the App Store because “any such app could have a copy of the jailbreak in it.”

unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa Release Add support for remounting the RootFS as read-write on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4

Undecimus-v3.5.6.ipa 40.5 MB

Source code(zip)

Source code(tar.gz)

Pwn20wnd’s unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa jailbreak has received lots of updates recently, mostly pertaining to bug fixes and stability improvements centric to the newfangled iOS 12.4 support that came by way of an updated Sock Puppet exploit under a week ago. But as you might’ve noticed, this didn’t initially include support for Apple’s latest handsets, such as the A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4 variety.

Download Links unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa


Source code(zip) Source code(tar.gz)

Pwn20wnd changed that Thursday afternoon, at least partially, with the launch of unc0ver versions 3.5.2 and Unc0verV_3.5.5. Both updates were announced via Twitter:

Chimera V_1.3.3 is Now Available – Jailbreak A7 – A11 is supported on 12.0 – 12.4, with A12 on 12.0 – 12.1.2

From what we can gather, unc0ver v3.5.4, unc0ver v3.5.4 was release first to add support for SSH with root shell for A12(X) devices; the update also addressed some minor bugs with other devices. Unc0ver v3.5.6 was released shortly after with more bug fixes and improvements for devices running iOS 11.

Citing the change logs on Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page, each update brings the following changes:

unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak was released for production with the following changes

Add support for remounting the RootFS as read-write on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4

Adds support for restoring the RootFS on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4

While these updates do add ‘partial’ support for A12-A12X devices, it’s worth noting that code injection still isn’t supported as of yet. Saurik doesn’t appear to have any plans to update Cydia Substrate for A12(X) devices, and so Pwn20wnd has been working exclusively on a Substitute-based alternative that plays nicely with Cydia on those devices. Unfortunately, there’s still no ETA for release as there’s still a lot more work to be done.

unc0ver v3.5.0 is incompatible with A12 as of right now, CoreTrust bypass is all we need for an A12/A12X jailbreak.

unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak
unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak

Given the circumstances, we really can’t recommend that anyone besides developers or power-users tinker with the ‘partial’ support on A12-A12X devices. It won’t feel as robust as a full iOS 12.1.3-12.4 jailbreak, and so we instead advise waiting for ‘full’ support when the time comes.

If you’d like to download the latest version of the unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak

unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak, then you can do so from Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. You can also use our step-by-step tutorial if you’d like to be walked through the process of jailbreaking a compatible device.

, then you can do so from Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. You can also use our step-by-step tutorial if you’d like to be walked through the process of jailbreaking a compatible device.

Chimera V_1.3.3 is Now Available – Jailbreak A7 – A11 is supported on 12.0 – 12.4, with A12 on 12.0 – 12.1.2

Download Chimera 1.3.3 – iOS 12 — 12.2 and 12.4

Install Chimera 1.3.3 (No PC) – iOS 12 – 12.2 and 12.4 via TweakBox

Download [Chimera V_1.3.3] corresponding to jailbreak of “iOS 11.0-12.2/ iOS 12.4” Just update, and iOS 12.4 jailbreak is also possible on A7/ A8X. In addition, since Exploit changes are include, stability improvement is also expecte. Originally brought to light via iHelp BR, the most recent iOS 13 beta includes some system files with some telling indicators. As evidenced by the below, iOS 13 beta 7 includes a screenshot of an iOS home screen. With the Calendar app showing Tuesday the 10th as the listed date. So Chimera Jailbreak is Not Available A12 – A12 Plus Running iOS 13 beta.

Download ChimeraTV 1.2.6 – tvOS 12 — 12.2Jailbreak Apple tvOS 12.4

Note: 12.1.3 – 12.3 and 12.4 only supported on A7 – A11 devices. All devices supported on 12.0 – 12.1.2.

Cydia Install For iOS 12.4-13
Note: Some 12.3 betas are compatible with Chimera. (Beta 6 is not compatible).

unc0ver v3.5.3 – Adds WIP partial support for Jailbreak A12-A12X devices on iOS 12.1.3, 12.1.4, 12.2 and 12.4

Download Chimera v1.3.3 Jailbreak

[Chimera v1.3.3] has been update, and the ipa file can be downloaded from chimera.sh . Install and use with Cydia Impactor as usual. 
In case of single installation, it is already reflected in “ Jailbreaks.fun ” etc., so it can be used from there.

Download ChimeraV_1.3.0 jailbreak for iOS 12.0 – 12.4 – iOS 13/ A12 Compatible

Chimera V_1.3.3 Jailbreak A7 - A11
Chimera V_1.3.3 Jailbreak A7 – A11

Also, if you have already jailbreak, you can also update (install) by using “ ReProvision ”. This method is recommend for those who have jailbreak iOS 12.4.

Update details

  • Adopt Exploit “SockPuppet 3.0” instead of SockPuppet 1.5 & SockPuppet 2.0
  • Compatible with iOS 12.4 jailbreak on A7 / A8X devices

Supported devices & versions

With this update, the supported device & version combinations are as follows. [IOS 12.0-12.2 / iOS 12.4 compatible]・ IPhone 5s, SE, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X 
・ iPod touch 6G, 7G 
・ iPad Air, Air 2, Pro 12.9, Pro 12.9 (2017), Pro 9.7, iPad 5, Pro 10.5, iPad 6 
, iPad mini 2, mini 3, mini 4 [IOS 12.0-12.1.2 support] IPhone XS, XS Max, XR 
・ iPad Pro 12.9 (2018), Pro 11 inch

The primary difference between Chimera and unc0ver is that the former utilizes Sileo. Substitute instead of Cydia and Cydia Substrate. That said, now that both tools support similar device and firmware combinations. It comes down to user preference as to what package manager and tweak injection method you prefer to use.

This update doesn’t appear to include any important bug fixes. And so those who are already happy jailbroken needn’t rush to download. And deploy the latest version of Chimera unless they really want to.

As always, you can download the latest version of Chimera from the Electra Team’s official website. And you can also follow our step-by-step tutorial regarding how to jailbreak with Chimera.