Apple A8 Through A13 devices – Unc0ver 4.3.1_ iOS 13.3 Jailbreak

Unc0ver 4.3.1

The unc0ver jailbreak has been updated to version 4.3.1 bringing numerous new features and improved stability. Unc0ver supports the jailbreak of iOS 13.0 – iOS 13.3 on A8 through A13 devices. You can find links to download it here or at the link below. However, this also makes it so this post also serves as a bit of a warning. All users experiencing major problems with 4.3.0, upgrade to 4.3.1 at Unc0ver.dev. You can find instructions on how to jailbreak your device using unc0ver here.

How to Jailbreak Your iPhone Using Unc0ver [iOS 13.3]

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The unc0ver jailbreak has been updated with support for A8 – A11 devices running iOS 13.0 – 13.3. This means that unc0ver now supports all iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices that are able to run iOS 13.0 or higher. The update also fixes issues with system services for users with A12 – A13 devices.

iPhone XS Max 13.3 Unc0ver 4.3.1 will not re-jailbreak my device, freezes at Apple Logo.

I have another issue. My iPhone XS Max will not jailbreak with 4.3.1. It will only jailbreak with 4.2.1. When I try to jailbreak with 4.3.1, it always goes to the Apple logo and it will stay there until I force reset it.

Why is that? Pwn20wnd announced the latest update in a Tweet shared this afternoon, adding that it would introduce more than 30 bug fixes and stability improvements for jailbreak.

Device (please complete the following information):

iOS Version: 13.3

iOS Device: iPhone XS Max

unc0ver Version: 4.3.1

Place an “x” between the brackets if true:

This is a bug others will be able to reproduce

This issue is present with all tweaks uninstalled(except for default packages) or disable

This issue is present after a rootfs restore

This issue is present on the latest version of unc0ver

iOS 13.3 Jailbreak

How to jailbreak with unc0ver 4..3.4 – iOS 13.3

Download the most recent version of unc0ver from the official unc0ver.dev website.

Download Cydia Impactor on your computer and launch it.

Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your computer with an MFi-certified Lightning cable.

Note: Cydia Impactor should recognize your device after you plug it in. If it doesn’t, then “Trust” your computer from your computer via the pop-up on your device, and vice-versa.

Click and drag the unc0ver.ipa file to the Cydia Impactor window like so:

Sign in with your Apple ID when prompted:

Cydia Impactor will now begin side-loading the unc0ver jailbreak app on your device:

Download whatever the latest version of Cydia Impactor is for Mac OS XWindowsLinux (32-bit), or Linux (64-bit). (These URLs will always redirect to the most recent versions, so feel free to directly link to the packages from howto guides.)

Once installed, go to Settings → General → Profiles & Device Management and tap on your Apple ID:

Next, tap on the blue Trust button, and then tap on the red Trust button inside the popup that appears:

Note: Before proceeding to the next step, enable Airplane Mode. Disable your passcode/Touch ID/Face ID, disable Siri And reboot your device. Taking these additional steps isn’t mandatory. But seems to increase the tool’s success rate.

After taking the recommended steps above to prepare your device, tap on the unc0ver icon from your Home screen:

Next, tap on the blue Jailbreak button in the unc0ver app:

Note: the tool will begin jailbreaking your device; it should respring afterward.

Once finished, you’ll find Cydia on your Home screen, like so:

Note: If you don’t see Cydia after jailbreaking with unc0ver, then reboot and re-launch the unc0ver jailbreak app and keep trying until it works.

Uncover 4.3.1 jailbreak Guide

Edit: to all the folks asking about 13.3.1 support, no. Unc0ver does not support anything above 13.3.

It is based off the Time_Waste exploit which only supports iOS 13.0-13.3.0. If you wanna jailbreak a device that’s on a higher firmware. Have a Mac/Linux based PC, and have a device that uses the A11 chipset or lower, consider Checkra1n.