With each iPhone and iPad update, Apple continues to improve security. iOS 14.6 is the most recent version for iPhones that is presently accessible to the general public. It’s also difficult to jailbreak your iPhone if you’ve previously upgraded it. Fortunately, jailbreaking iPhones running iOS 14.6 is still doable. This tutorial will show you how to jailbreak iOS 14.6.
Jailbreak is a feature that allows users to get more out of their iPhones. It adds support for a variety of advanced modules, allowing you to access functionality that aren’t available by default. If you’ve ever used an Android phone, you’re probably familiar with the term “jailbreak.” Both aren’t identical, but they both allow you to use things that aren’t available by default.
Checkra1n and Unc0ver are two good vulnerabilities that allow users to jailbreak their iPhones. If you routinely jailbreak your iPhone, you’re aware of the trick of not updating iPhones. The Jailbreak is revoked with each update, and users must re-jailbreak their iPhones. You’ll almost certainly want the functioning exploit for the latest iOS version.
How to Jailbreak iOS 14.6
The most recent version of iOS 14.6 includes various new features as well as security improvements. You can still jailbreak iPhones X and previous iPhones if you lose your jailbreak privilege. In this tutorial, we’ll use Checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 14.6. On the iPhone XS and subsequent phones, this will not work.
Because this is a semi-tethered approach, you may need to reinstall Cydia to Jailbreak your iPhone if you restart it. Cydia will allow you to customize your iPhone with a plethora of tweaks. The supported iPhones are listed below.
List of supported iPhones:
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 8
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone 6s
As of currently, only the Jailbreak technique for iOS 14.6 is supported on the iPhones in the above list. If you’re on an older version of iOS, I wouldn’t recommend updating your iPhone. Make that you complete all of the procedures, including the qualifications.
- Remove any lock on your iPhone, including Touch ID, Passcode, and Face ID.
- It’ll work on iPhones with the A11 or previous processors.
- Always make a complete backup of your device.
- It requires a computer running Mac OS X or Linux.
- This advice is also applicable to iOS 14.6 and before versions.
Steps to Install Checkra1n on macOS
- Download Checkra1n 0.12.4 or newer from the official website on your PC.
- Double-click the downloaded dmg file on your Mac to open it. Drag Checkra1n to
- Application and the installation will begin. If an older version of checkea1n is already installed, it should be replaced.
- Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy before starting Checkra1n.
- Now, on the General tab below, you’ll notice that Checkra1n isn’t from a known developer. Select Open Anyway from the menu.
- It will bring up a confirmation page, so click Open.
- On your Mac, you may now utilize Checkra1n.
The instructions above are for a Mac. If you have a Linux computer, you can install it just like any other piece of software.
Steps to Jailbreak iOS 14.6 with Checkra1n
- Run Checkra1n on your Mac or Linux first.
- Now connect your iPhone to your computer (without using the dock). Your device will be detected by Checkra1n.
- Also, see if your device shows up in Finder. If it prompts you to trust the device, select the ‘Trust‘ option.
- On the Checkra1n, you’ll be able to see information about your device. To begin the jailbreak procedure, click Start.
- If the Start button is greyed out, go to Options > choose ‘Skip A11 BPR check’ (for A11 devices only) and ‘Allow untested iOS/iPadOS/tvOS versions’, then repeat steps 4 and 5.
- When you press Next, your iPhone will enter ‘Recovery mode.’
- Checkra1n will recognize your phone in Recovery mode and prompt you to enter DFU mode.
- Click Start, then press and hold the Volume Down+ Side buttons together as directed.
- Release the Side button after around 4 seconds and continue to hold the Volume down.
- Once Checkra1n displays the blue progress indicator, you can release the Volume Down button.
- Wait for the procedure to finish, and the iPhone will boot into the operating system.
- Now unlock your iPhone and go to the App menu to select the Checkra1n app. Open the Checkra1n App on your phone. Also, make sure your iPhone is connected to the internet.
- You will notice Cydia in the Checkra1n, click on it, and then click ‘Install Cydia.’
- Open Cydia from the App menu after installing it, then navigate to the Changes section and Upgrade all chosen modules.
- After you’ve finished updating your modules, click Restart SpringBoard.
It’s worth noting that this is a semi-tethered technique. Repeat the steps from opening Checkra1n on your macOS every time you start your iPhone. Through Cydia, you will not lose any of your data or customizations.
That’s all there is to jailbreaking iOS 14.6. You may now utilize Cydia, indicating that your iPhone has been jailbroken. You have access to all of the applications and functionality that need a jailbreak. You can personalize your iPhone and add additional functionality using Cydia Modules.
As you may be aware, iOS now has Widgets, App Drawers, and a slew of other features. To get the most out of these functionalities, you may use several modules.
So there you have it: a thorough method on jailbreaking iPhones running iOS 14.6. Stay tuned to REALIMAGESS for more jailbreak and iPhone tips. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments area below.