Only developers allowed
RootlessJB is enabled by SH and can be used to liberate devices running Apple’s A11, A10, and A9 processors. With that being said, all iPhones beginning with iPhone 6S and ending with iPhone X and iPads are compatible with this tool as long as they are running chips older than the A12X Bionic. Before you get too excited about this, only developers should use this.
Jake James does not offer root access with his tool which means that you will not be as free to use it as jailbreaking usually is. In addition to this Cydia or Cydia Substrate, package managers are not supported. You need to use SSH if you want to install any tweaks.
The developer mentioned in a tweet that the 3.1 updated version can tweak unsandboxed apps which means that it can’t be used to tweak sandboxed apps.
How to use RoolessJB in order to jailbreak your device
If you are a developer and own a compatible device, we provide you with a step by step guide on how to use RootlessJB to liberate your device running iOS 12-12.1.2.
Go to jailbreaks.fun by firing up the Safari Browser on your iPad or iPhone.
Use the search bar to search for RootlessJB and the tool will show up in the results.
To download it on your device hit the Get button and wait.
Go to your Settings app on your device in order to trust the certificate by going to General > Profiles and Device Management. Give permission.
Now you can launch RootlessJB by turning on Airplane Mode. Before tapping the Jailbreak button, you should make sure that the Tweaks toggle is enabled.
After the process is complete, your iOS device will respring. This way you are announced that your device has been liberated successfully. In case it restarts you need to try it again because it means it did not work.
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