We have been waiting for a stable iOS 12 jailbreak tool to arrive for this past couple of months and unfortunately, it hasn’t happened yet. On the bright side of things, the developer Jake James has released a developer-centric iOS 12 jailbreak tool that can help Apple developers unlock their iPhones and iPads. Today we are going to show everyone how they can jailbreak their iOS 12 powered device, but before we do that, we need to let everyone know that this tool can be used only by developers!
iOS 12 Jailbreak Tool for Developers
As previously mentioned, the new iOS 12 jailbreak tool released by Jake James is exclusive to developers. This is a RootlessJB jailbreak tool and Jake James himself has said in a recent tweet that the only iPhone and iPad users who should try this are those who are tech-savvy and have developer accounts. Without any further ado, here’s how to install the new RootlessJB jailbreak tool.
RootlessJB Jailbreak Tool for iOS 12
The first thing that iPhone and iPad users need to do is to download the RootlessJB jailbreak tool for iOS 12 from “jailbreaks.fun”. After doing this is head over to the Settings panel of the iOS powered device and then follow the next steps General – Device Management – Tap on the name of the developer and then trust the certificate. All that is left to do now is to enable the AirPlane mode and then open the RootlessJB jailbreak tool and wait for the installation process to be complete.
Working and Bugged Tweaks
The RootlessJB jailbreak tool has a bunch of tweaks that are bugged and don’t work such as the preferenceloader. On the other hand, there are lots of tweaks that work without any issues and here are some great examples: LabeHider, Zepplin, Real CC Silo, Crystal, Alkaline, Volume Hud, and many more.
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