Checkra1n Jailbreak iOS 14.2 /iOS 14.1 / iOS 14.0.1 / iOS 14
Checkra1n jailbreak was released with axiomi’ s bootrom exploit. This means the Checkra1n jailbreak is running when the device is on the booting stage. When the device is booting Checkra1n will inject codes into the device and gives you a jailbroken iDevice. So Checkra1n does not depend on the iOS version. And also any of the other exploits or upcoming iOS versions cannot be patched this bootrom exploit. We can expect the upcoming iOS 14 will be jailbroken by Checkra1n as we have good hints from iOS 14 beta jailbroken by Checkra1n jailbreak.
Support Devices for Checkra1n iOS 14.2 /iOS 14.1 / iOS 14.0.1 / iOS 14
iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and SE
iPad 5th generation
iPad Air 2
iPad mini 4
iPad Pro 1st generation
Apple TV 4 and 4K
Checkra1n Jailbreak iOS 14 Jailbreak Guide
Step 01. Download Checkra1n latest version from the Silzee Chekcra1n jailbreak page.
Step 02. Drag and drop Checkra1n IPA to Mac Application folder ( Checkra1n still support Mac )
Step 03. Connect your iOS Device to Mac
Step 04. Open Checkra1n app from Desktop
Step 05. Go to Checkra1n app and Tap the Start button
Tap Options > Tap Allow untrusted iOS / iPadOS / tvOS versions option > Only for iOS 14.2 / iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.0.1
Step 06. Tap Next button again
Step 06. Enter your Device to DFU mode. You can Follow on-screen instructions as your Device model.
Step 07. Wait for Device reboot
Step 08. Open Checkra1n app from Home screen and tap Cydia Icon to install
iOS 14 jailbreak Checkra1n Approaches
We have great news from Checkra1n dev team with their latest approaches on iOS 14 jailbreak with Checkra1n were successful and Cydia package manager also works fine on their testing devices.
As the latest approach, Sam Bingner(@sbinger), a developer from Checkra1n team teased a screenshot of successfully running Cydia on his testing iPhone with running iOS 14 beta.
Also another developer from Checkra1n dev team, @DanyL931 tweeted a screenshot of his jailbroken iPhone which was running on iOS 14. And also he said with it there were more behind the seen including @s1guza, @sbingner, @littlelailo, and more from Checkra1n jailbreak dev team.
Jailbreak Alternative solutions for iOS 14.2 / iOS 14.1 / iOS 14.0.1 and iOS 14
Currently, we can have other popular jailbreak solutions for iOS 14.2 / iOS 14.1 / iOS 14.0.1 and iOS 14
The most popular jailbreak repo extractor for jailbreak iOS 13 — iOS 13.6 versions. It will allow you to install third-party apps, tweaks, jailbreak tools within the extracted repos.
The most popular third-party app store that will allow you to install jailbreak features to your iPhone/ iPad/ iPod easily.
Appvalley is available for both jailbroken and non jailbroken devices and supported for iOS 14 too. Appvalley VIP gives you the most advanced jailbreak features including jailbreak tweaks, jailbreak apps, tools, and tweaked apps, ++apps, and hacked games.
CokerNutx released for jailbreak iOS 13 — iOS 13.6 beta and with adding support for any iPhone/ iPad. It can be called the best alternative solution for the Cydia package manager.
TweakBox is another popular third-party app store that will allow you to install jailbreak features to your iPhone/ iPad. You can install jailbreak apps, themes, jailbreak tools, and many more jailbreak features via TweakBox.
iOS 14 features to iOS 13
Most of the upcoming iOS and iPadOS 14 features revealed by jailbreak community before Apple. More than thirteen of features in iOS 14 are not new to iDevice users as they were experienced with iOS 13 already. We can clearly point out some of the most popular features that Apple grabbed from jailbreak tweaks as follows.
- Home screen widgets → HSWidgets or Velox Reloaded
- Picture in Picture → ipadify or Titan
- Hide apps from homescreen → Hide your apps
- Background video playback → PlaybackSafari
- Smaller Siri → SmallSiri
- Pinned iMessages → DopeConvos
- Carplay Wallpaper → Canvas
- Incoming Call Interface → CallBar XS or Scorpion
- Message Grouping → Groups
- Smart App Launcher → InstaLauncher 2 or Launchtron or Rofi