The latest release of Checkra1n has arrived, with version 0.9.3.2 beta now available for download for iOS 13.2.2 jailbreak. Here are the details.

As with all of the other versions, it’s important to remember that this is indeed a beta and as such almost anything could go wrong. With that in mind, it’s recommended that you don’t install this on your main device.

Checkra1n 0.9.3.2 will allow you to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad running iOS 13, which is a big deal. It will need to be a device running an Apple A11 processor or older, but if you have that squared away, you should be golden. However, support for iPad Air 2, iPad 5th Gen and iPad Pro 1st Gen isn’t included currently.

So what changed in this release? Well, plenty, actually, at least according to the change log, anyway.

This build is a revision of 0.9.3, which fixes the following issues for real:

-Fixes an issue where biometrics did not work for some users
-Fixes an issue where the touch screen became unresponsive for some users
-Fixes an issue where the loader app may not have appeared on the homescreen
-Fixes an issue where the iPad Smart Keyboard did not work
-Fixes an issue where the fast charging functionality did not work on some devices
-Fixes an issue where the taptic engine did not work on some devices
-Detect a case where the user may have an OTA update downloaded, which caused issues for some users

There have been some other changes related to substrate, too.

The loading mechanism for substrate has been rewritten from the ground up in this beta to improve the stability of the device.

This beta also adds an option to boot into no-substrate mode. To utilize this functionality, check the no-substrate mode option in the app.

If you’ve had problems getting Checkra1n to work in the past or are having issues now, this update might be worth taking for a spin. Fingers crossed it gets you up and running.

Download checkra1n 0.9.3.2 from checkra1n.com.

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