Checkra1n 0.9.2 beta download for macOS has just been released as an update for iOS 13 to iOS 13.2.2 jailbreak.

This version is only the third release that has been seeded to public after initial 0.9 version of the tool was first made available to download for Mac users.

For those who are not aware as yet, checkra1n is a bootrom-based semi-tethered jailbreak which exploits checkm8 vulnerability in the iPhone and iPad hardware making it impossible for Apple to patch it via iOS software update. This essentially makes all devices which are vulnerable to it (A5-A11) jailbroken for life!

According to the official release notes, here’s what is new and changed in version 0.9.2 beta of checkra1n:

What’s new

-Fixed an issue where the Apple Watch would not recieve notifications while jailbroken
-Improve reliablity of entering DFU mode
-Fixed an issue where checkra1n could not be used on macOS 10.10

This beta adds an option to boot into no-substrate mode. To utilise this functionality, hold the volume-up button when the apple logo appears until the device finishes booting. From there you’ll be able to uninstall any tweaks causing you issues, and reboot to get back to a normal jailbroken state.

Latest version of checkra1n can be downloaded over at checkra1n.com or checkra.in.

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

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