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  • Nov- 2019 -
    6 November
    downgrade iOS 13.2 to 13.1.3

    Downgrade iOS 13.2 to iOS 13.1.3 for semi Untethered Jailbreak

    Apple recently released iOS 13.2 to the general public. In doing so, the company patched a very critical kernel vulnerability that existed in past iOS 13 versions. Said kernel vulnerability has the potential to lead to an iOS 13 jailbreak for all devices, including A12 and A13. This means the iPhone XS / XR and iPhone 11 series could be supported! While we’re currently awaiting the release of checkra1n, the first iOS 13 jailbreak, this would be something different. Checkra1n will have limited device support, only jailbreaking the iPhone X and lower. This wouldn’t, it could jailbreak any device on…

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  • Aug- 2019 -
    26 August
    how to downgrade ios 12.4.1

    Downgrade iOS 12.4.1 to iOS 12.4 and Jailbreak 12.4

    How to Downgrade iOS 12.4.1 to iOS 12.4 and Jailbreak – Today Apple patched the iOS 12.4 jailbreak by the releasing iOS 12.4.1. The new firmware closes the main jailbreak exploit, making it impossible to jailbreak iOS 12.4.1. The latest firmware that’s jailbreakable is iOS 12.4. If you updated to iOS 12.4.1, you may still be able to downgrade back to iOS 12.4 in hopes of jailbreaking… Just note that it’s incredibly time sensitive. Once Apple stops signing iOS 12.4, it will no longer be possible to downgrade!

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  • Feb- 2019 -
    15 February
    iOS 13 Jailbreak 13.2

    How to SAVE iPhone XS Max & XR A12 SHSH2 Blobs: iOS 12.1.1 Beta 3

    This article was written to provide you with everything you need to save SHSH2 blobs for iOS 12.1.1 beta 3. In addition to an in-depth video (above), all the links you need are listed below. This process is super simple for everything A12 and under (older than the iPhone XS). However for A12 devices, a little extra work is required. Again, everything you need can be found here!

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  • 6 February
    Downgrade iOS 12.1.3

    Downgrade iOS 12.1.3 or iOS 12.1.4 to 12.1.1 Beta 3 to Jailbreak 12.1.2!

    Downgrade iOS 12.1.3 or iOS 12.1.4 Downgrade to iOS 12.1.2 beta or 12.1.1 beta 3 and Jailbreak Update – As the iOS 12.1.2 jailbreak approaches, we’re going to show you how to downgrade from iOS 12.1.3 or iOS 12.1.4 to a beta that should be supported by the jailbreak. How does this help? The jailbreak will only support up to iOS 12.1.2, the public version of which is no longer being signed by Apple. However thanks to some sleuths on the internet, we know that Apple is currently signing select betas of firmwares that fall within the supported umbrella of…

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  • Oct- 2018 -
    31 October
    Downgrade iOS 12.1 to iOS 12.0.1

    Downgrade iOS 12.1 to iOS 12.0.1 and Jailbreak Update

    Downgrade iOS 12.1 to iOS 12.0.1 & Jailbreak Update – In the world of jailbreaking and iOS, things are always in flux. While we may be on the verge of receiving new jailbreaks, not every firmware is created equal! In light of recent developments, it looks as though iOS 12.1 may be harder to jailbreak than iOS 12.0.x. Thankfully, it’s still possible to revert back to iOS 12.0.1 for the time being. To improve your odds of jailbreaking by downgrading to iOS 12.0.1, continue reading.

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  • Sep- 2018 -
    23 September
    iOS 12 Downgrade Tutorial

    Downgrade iOS 12 to iOS 11.4.1 for Jailbreak Tutorial

    It’s an interesting time in the world of iOS and jailbreaking. In addition to iOS 12 being released to the public last week, we’re on the verge of receiving new jailbreaks; plural! Ian Beer is prepared to release iOS 11.4.1 exploits, and we’ve received an iOS 12 jailbreak demo. However it appears as though we’ll see one last iOS 11(.4) jailbreak before iOS 12 gets the jailbreak treatment. In light of that possibility, and iOS 12’s recent release, you might want to downgrade iOS 12 to iOS 11.4.1. “Why” you may ask? To jailbreak iOS 11.4.1 in the event a…

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