How To Jailbreak iOS 12 – iOS 12.1.2 Using Unc0ver Jailbreak Tool And Install Cydia [Tutorial]
As we have previously covered, unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2 has been released. If you're interested, you can install it on your compatible iOS device right now. In addition, if you don't know how, we have prepaid a detailed tutorial so you can make use of it. Furthermore, we will also let you know how you can install Cydia on your iPhone or iPad. Let's jump right into it.
Jailbreak Your iPhone Or iPad Using Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2 - Detailed Guide
Before we head over to the details, you should know that the unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2 works only on devices with an A8X through A11 devices. This states that all devices up to the iPhone X can be jailbroken using the tool. To be precise, devices mentioned below are compatible with the unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2.
- iPhone 6s / iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 8 / iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone X / iPhone SE
- iPad Air / 6th Gen iPad
For all the latest iOS devices running on the A12, do not worry as support for it will be added in the near future. Before you head over to the tutorial, be sure to follow some prerequisites.
- Be sure to create a secure backup of your important files and data.
- Make sure that there is no iOS 12 OTA file downloaded on your iOS device. If there is, you can delete it from Settings > Storage and then reboot your device before jailbreaking.
- In order to prevent future iOS 12 OTA updates from being downloaded, you can install the tvOS 12 profile on it.
- If you're on Apple's latest iOS firmware that does not support unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2, you can downgrade to iOS 12.1.1 beta 3 as it is currently being signed by the company.
As a warning and a disclaimer, some users have been experiencing boot loop issues, so be cautious before you head over to the jailbreaking process. If you're okay with it, follow the instructions provided to you below.
Step 1: If you're on Apple's latest iOS 12 firmware that does not support unc0ver jailbreak, you can downgrade to iOS 12.1.1 beta 3, which for our luck, Apple is currently signing. Grab the iOS 12.1.1 beta 3 from here. If you're on a compatible iOS version, you're welcome to skip this step.
Step 3: Now, on your iPhone or iPad, make sure that Find My iPhone is turned off along with the device passcode. Once you do this, connect your iOS device to your computer.
Step 4: Now, use the Cydia Impactor tool to install the downloaded IPA of unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2 on your iOS device.
Step 5: After sideloading the unc0ver IPA on your device, navigate to Settings > General > Device Management and ensure that the profile is trusted for the unc0ver app.
Step 6: Now launch the unc0ver app from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad. Once you do that, tap on the "Jailbreak" button and wait for it to be completed.
That's all, once the jailbreak process is complete, the device will respring. After that, you will have Cydia on your Home screen. However, if the Cydia app does not show, launch the unc0ver app again and perform the jailbreak process again. Repeat the process until the Cydia app shows up on your device.
Do take note that this is a semi-untethered jailbreak in nature. This means that after rebooting your iOS device, you will have to jailbreak it again through the unc0ver app. Furthermore, you will have to resign and sideload the unc0ver app again after every seven days. This is due to the fact that the Apple ID certificate used to sideload Cydia only lasts for seven days.
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This is all there is to know on how to use unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2 devices. We would like to mention again that if you're a noob, trying understanding the process first. Moreover, we would advise you to not jailbreak your daily driver device.
There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on the matter. Share your jailbreak experience in the comments section below.
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