The updated version Unc0ver 3.0.1 for iOS 121.2 Jailbreak is now available to download on all compatible models of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The IPA file for the update can be downloaded from the official source link below. Here is what you need to know about Unc0ver 3.0.1 to jailbreak your iOS 12.1.2 running devices.
Soon after the release of Unc0ver 3.0.0, Pwn20wnd and his team of developers have rolled out a minor update to unc0ver jailbreak utility. Version 3.0.1 carries incremental bug fixes to smooth out the stability and performance of the jailbreak tool.
The official announcement about the v3.0.1 was made via Twitter.
unc0ver v3.0.1 is now out with an importat stability fix, iOS 12.1.3-12.2 support for the restart button and more!
The work on this version of un0ver jailbreak has been in progress for several months now. Besides improving on the features already part of version 3.0.0, this version 3.0.1 release seeks to remove glitches that were causing occasional unexpected crashes on certain devices.
According to the notes accompanying version 3.0.1 on the official GitHub community page, the update has these features:
– Iterate the proc list with proper data locks in Unrestrict to fix a possible race condition in the kernel (Important stability fix)
– Fix a typo in the app
– Fix a bug in logging
– Add iOS 12.1.3 – 12.2 support for the restart button
For the users of the most recent and stable iOS 12 jailbreak solution, the most significant improvement in this unc0ver version 3.0.1 relates to critical stability fix resolving a “possible race condition in the kernel”.
This should bring relief to those who were encountering issues with getting their unc0ver tool to work properly on their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. This important update has successfully removed a severe stumbling block in the way of ensuring device safety against harmful bugs.
Download Unc0ver 3.0.1 iOS 12.1.2 Jailbreak
To the surprise of many, this is not a beta update but a ‘public ready’ version 3.0.1 release for everyone. The update is compatible with all iOS devices with powered by pre-A-12 bionic chips running iOS 11-12.1.2 firmware. So far only partial support for A-12 SoC is available. Though the tool can unlock access to the root directory on A-12 devices the fully working jailbreak experience still lacks due to the non-availability of Cydia Substrate on them.
Those interested can get unc0ver v3.0.1 IPA from the download link at the official GitHub repo.
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