How to Jailbreak iOS 14.5 Using Checkra1n or Unc0ver?

Amanda Chall
2021-04-27
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    The iOS system has been updated to the latest version 14.5. Checkra1n and Unc0ver are both familiar jailbreak tools, so how to jailbreak iOS 14.5 with Checkra1n and Unc0ver?

    How to Jailbreak iOS 14.5 with Checkra1n on Mac

    Preparations:

    • Download the latest version of Checkra1n here
    • Mac computer
    • USB cable

    How-to Steps:

    First download and install Checkra1n to your Mac, Now let’s start jailbreaking iOS 14.5.

    Step1, Launch Checkra1n tool

    At this point, the start button is gray, and we need to complete some necessary settings. Click “Options”, then check “Allow untested iOS/ iPadOS/ tvOS versions”. Back to the previous interface

    Checkra1n Options

    Step2, Connect your iPhone to Mac

    Connect your iPhone to your Mac computer and wait for Checkra1n to recognize your phone. Once successful, the Start button will activate, click it to continue.

    Connect your iPhone

    Step3, Enter into DFU mode

    Next, the program will guide you to enter DFU mode, follow the instructions.

    enter DFU mode

    Step4, Jailbreak iOS 14.5

    Now the program will automatically start the jailbreaking process, you only need to wait a moment, this process will be short.

    Jailbreak iOS 14.5

    How to Jailbreak iOS 14.5 with Checkra1n on Windows

    Preparations:

    • A bootable USB flash drive
    • Download Rufus 3.13 here
    • Download Ubuntu: 64 bit
    • Download Checkra1n: 64 bit

    How-to Steps:

    Step 1, first download all the files that need to be prepared

    Step 2, Insert an empty USB flash drive into the Windows computer

    Step 3, start Rufus, select the Ubuntu ISO file you prepared in advance at the “Boot selection”.

    Rufus

    Step 4, then follow the program prompts to complete the creation of the boot device.

    Create USB flash drive

    Step 5, Restart the Windows system, press and hold “F12” continuously to open the BIOS settings.

    BIOS settings

    Step 6, select USB as the first boot option in the menu. Save the settings and reboot the computer

    reboot computer

    Step 7, now, you can see the Ubuntu system starts to load and execute, start the Ubuntu OS, and then click “Try Ubuntu”

    Try Ubuntu

    Step 8, find the Checkra1n jailbreak tool you downloaded, and open Terminal

    Terminal

    Step 9, Enter the command “chmod + x” in the Terminal, then drag and drop the “checkra1n-x86_64” file into the Terminal window, and press “Enter” to go next

    Step 10, Enter the command “sudo” in the Terminal, then drag and drop the “checkra1n-x86_64” file into the Terminal window again, and press “Enter”

    Step 11, enter the password, and then you can launch Checkra1n

    Step 12, the steps of using Checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 14.5 are similar to those of Mac, you can refer to the above steps to complete the jailbreak.

    jailbreak iOS 14.5 windows

    How to Jailbreak iOS 14.5 with Unc0ver (No Computer)

    Preparations:

    • Download Unc0ver IPA here

    How-to Steps:

    Step 1, download unc0ver from the above website and install it on your iPhone

    download unc0ver

    Step 2, Go to settings -> general ->profile & device management. Select the installed jailbreak application, select “Trust” to trust the application.

    trust the application

    Step 3, open the unc0ver App, click “Jailbreak”, and wait for the process to complete

    Jailbreak ios 14.5

    Step 4, After you have jailbroken iOS 14.5 successful, Cydia will automatically appear on your home screen.

    The above introduced 3 ways to jailbreak iOS 14.5. Jailbreaking iOS 14.5 on Windows is more complicated. We recommend you to use the other two simple methods.We do not recommend upgrading to iOS 14.5 for the time being, because every new system release will bring many unknowable errors. If you encounter any problems during the upgrade of iOS 14.5, you can try to repair it with FixGo, it can solve nearly 200+ iOS system issues.

    Amanda Chall
    She is a game enthusiast and has been engaged in the software industry for 10 years, providing professional content for many software companies. Good at software evaluation for iPhone, Mac and other fields.

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