It’s only been a week since hacker and developer Pwn20wnd released the first beta version of his unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 11.0-11.4 beta 3. Nevertheless, several updates have been released for him, starting with RC1 and ending with RC9.
Today the official public version of the jailbreak unc0ver V1 has been released, in which the remaining errors and problems have been fixed.
The version V1 contains the following changes:
- Correction of RootFS recovery problems in all supported firmware versions.
- Solving snapshots problems.
- Improvements to the settings panel in the unc0ver application.
- Fix minor bugs and improve stability.
- The first is not a beta version.
If you had problems with previous versions of the unc0ver jailbreak, we recommend that you avoid the RootFS recovery function in the application tool, and also install version V1.0.1. The new version should solve most, if not all, problems with the tool.
Unc0ver is a semi-tethered jailbreak like Electra, which means it will need to be reinstalled through the application after each reboot of the device. It contains a new version of the Cydia application, which has become better to work in iOS 11.
If you have installed any of the old unc0ver jailbreak versions, then we recommend downloading the V1 version from the Pwn20wnd repository on Github. If you have not yet installed unc0ver, but want to do this, use our step-by-step tutorial on How To Jailbreak iOS 11.1 – iOS 11.4 Beta 3 With Unc0ver.