Jailbreak iOS 13.5 Without Or No Computer, Here’s How
Here’s how to jailbreak iOS 13.5 without or no computer right on the device itself using Unc0ver 5.0.1 on ALL iPhone and iPad devices.
Jailbreaking is in the news again right now thanks to the fact that iOS 13.5 can be jailbroken across every iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch that is currently in circulation.
Apple has already patched the exploit in iOS 13.5.1, but if you haven’t updated yet you can still jailbreak, and you might not even need a computer. Jailbreaking with a computer is probably the best solution for most people and it’s certainly the one most likely to work. But those who don’t have a computer to hand and want to jailbreak can definitely give this a try.
With that said, let’s get started with instructions as detailed in our video tutorial below:
Visit the latest signed working link in the description of YouTube video above on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Download and install to have the jailbreak tool installed directly on your device from the web browser without needing any computer.
Open the Settings app and tap General followed by Device Management.
Tap the profile followed by Trust. Tap Trust again on the next screen.
Return to the Home screen and run the unc0ver jailbreak.
Now tap the blue Jailbreak button.
After reboot, open unc0ver and hit Jailbreak button one more time.
The jailbreak will complete and your device will respring into jailbroken mode!
And that’s it. You’re now jailbroken and Cydia will be installed!
This process might not work forever because of the way the code signing works. But fingers crossed that it continues to work long enough for this to be of use to people who don’t have a computer to jailbreak the normal way. We will keep the link updated for unc0ver signed via no computer method on the above embedded YouTube video’s description so make sure you keep checking it for latest signed version of unc0ver.
After jailbreak, we suggest signing the app with ReProvision on the device itself so that you avoid revokes by Apple. You can find instructions on ReProvision here:
Also, it’s important to note that Apple is still signing iOS 13.5 which means you can downgrade from iOS 13.5.1 and still jailbreak if you want! You can find instructions on how to downgrade in the video below: