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    Senior Member cashonly's Avatar

    Jailbreak pentru IOS 9.3.5 32bit (iPhone 4s, etc.):

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    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Pfoai, 32bit only, iOS 9.x... mai e si semi-untethered. Nu stiu de ce se agita pt. asa ceva. Targetul e probabil de sub 0.05%?

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    Senior Member cashonly's Avatar
    hehehe, Monky:

    Dupa ce faci jailbreak chiar si tethered la IOS 9.3.5, poti face downgrade la un IOS 8.4.1 care este untethered ca oricum IOS 9 ruleaza execrabil pe iPhone 4s.

    Sau dualboot:

    As with most jailbreaks of late, this too is a semi-untethered affair, requiring re-running of the app after each boot. There was a hint of an untether at an earlier stage of development, though this doesn’t seem to have come off. Unfortunately, Cydia Extender and its derivatives don’t work on iOS 9, so the app will have to be side-loaded to the device each week, unless you have an Apple developer account. Though these considerations make it a little less user-friendly, it’s certainly better than nothing, and may be irrelevant to some users. Due to the tool’s inclusion of tfp0, it will allow downgrading to other firmwares (if you have blobs saved), and so the Phœnix jailbreak may serve mainly as a stepping stone for legacy device owners to return to older firmwares of their choosing.

    "Here’s the list of 32-bit devices that are supported by this jailbreak:

    iPhone 5
    iPhone 5c
    iPhone 4s
    iPod touch 5
    iPad 2
    iPad 3
    iPad 4
    iPad mini 1"

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    Junior Member ubuntu's Avatar

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    Junior Member rtl's Avatar
    A reusit cineva sa instaleze treaba asta?
    Pare foarte interesanta...

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    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Atata timp cat iti cere cont de developer... (si chiar si aplicatia iti cere user/pass de iTunes, ceea ce e deja ingrijorator), not gonna try it!

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    Senior Member paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by checkra1n
    iPhone 5s – iPhone X, iOS 12.3 and up

    Q: What is checkra1n?
    A: checkra1n is a community project to provide a high-quality semi-tethered jailbreak to all, based on the ‘checkm8’ bootrom exploit
    Quote Originally Posted by Ars Technica
    It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Because jailbreaks are so powerful and by definition disable a host of protections built into the OS, many people have rightly been eyeing Checkra1n—and the Checkm8 exploit it relies on—cautiously. What follows is a list of pros and cons for readers to ponder, with a particular emphasis on security
    What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security | Ars Technica

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    Senior Member paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Ars Technica
    We all have our differences in the tech world—PC versus Mac, Android versus iOS, Emacs versus Vim. Occasionally, though, we can reach out to our friends across the aisle and realize that, at the end of the day, we're not all that different. Today's uplifting message of unity comes from the two main smartphone factions sharing in the joys of privilege escalation: it's now possible for a rooted Android phone to jailbreak iOS.

    As first spotted by XDA Developers, Reddit user Stblr put the jailbreak puzzle pieces together when iOS jailbreaking exploit "Checkra1n" gained Linux support, which means it can also run on Android. If you have a rooted phone, you can plug your Android phone into your iPhone, run a few terminal commands, and break out of the Apple sandbox.

    Checkra1n is the first jailbreak compatible with iOS 13, and it works on the iPhone 5 to iPhone X, running iOS 12.3 and up. It's only a temporary jailbreak, though, and will get wiped out once the phone reboots. This makes an ultra-portable device that can kick your iPhone back over into jailbreak mode pretty handy, and—for now at least—Android phones are still a bit smaller than laptops.

    Checkra1n exploits iOS via the Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU) mode. This is a recovery mode meant to send a new OS to the device over USB, and a few bugs in the DFU USB implementation can kick off a jailbreak exploit chain. Regular Android phones can run a Linux terminal just fine, and they have USB host capabilities, but you need root access for full control over Android's USB stack. Checkra1n does some dirty tricks like interrupting USB transfers mid-way, and there's no user-level API for that.

    Since this is a USB exploit, you'll need to run a wire from the Android phone to the iPhone, which usually means some way of going from Android's USB-C to the iPhone's Lightning Cable (when are those USB-C iPhones coming, Apple?). DFU mode won't turn on unless a cable is plugged in, and Stblr notes that not every USB-C to Lightning Cable out there has the right pins to put an iPhone in DFU mode (including first-party cables!). Stblr ended up using a Lightning to USB-A cable and then a USB-A-to-C adapter.
    You can now jailbreak an iPhone with an Android phone | Ars Technica
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