Checkra1n 0.9.1 beta iOS 13 / 13.2.2 jailbreak is now available to download to fix -20 error among other issues. Here are the details on it.

As you may already know by now, the world’s first iOS 13 jailbreak, dubbed checkra1n, was made available to download earlier today to public. This is first time in a decade that we have got a jailbreak via bootrom-based checkm8 exploit. Last time this happened was back in 2010 courtesy of geohot’s limera1n.

It’s this bootrom-based nature that makes this jailbreak so special as the exploit is in hardware, meaning Apple cannot patch it in a firmware update to iOS or iPadOS. What this essentially means is that all devices between A5-A11 are now jailbroken, or pwned, for life.

Coming back to 0.9.1 version of checkra1n release, according to the official changelog, here’s everything that is included as part of this new updated release.

What’s new

This beta fixes multiple bugs, including:

An issue where the loader app would crash when installing Cydia on iPads
A crash when the macOS language was set to anything other than English
An issue where iPad Minis would not work with the GUI
An issue with the scp binary not working as expected
This version also improves clarity of some errors, specifically the -20 error, which now offers guidance on how to resolve it.

Checkra1n 0.9.1 beta for macOS can be downloaded from the official website over at checkra.in. Once downloaded, you can follow our tutorial here on how to jailbreak: Jailbreak iOS 13.2.2 Using Checkra1n On Mac, Here’s How [Tutorial].

If you haven’t jailbroken yet, check out our video tutorial below on how to jailbreak iOS 13.2.2:

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