Every update to Unc0ver is always fast, just like the recent iOS 14 jailbreaks. Quick-release updates also mean a lot of detail problems. Just last night, Pwn20wnd updated unc0ver 7.0.2 again.
The unc0ver 7.0.2 Updates changelog on the official site does not detail fixed bugs, so experienced developers are still advised to use unc0ver 7.0.2 and Fugu14 for untethered jailbreak.
- Unc0ver 7.0.2 updates
- Cautions when using Unc0ver 7.0.2
- How to use Unc0ver Jailbreak iOS 14.4-14.5.1
unc0ver 7.0.2, after being the first tool to support Fugu14, untethered jailbreak for arm64e phones (iPhone XS and newer) with iOS 14.4-14.5.1 or iPadOS 14.4-14.5.1 jailbreak was the top story of the past week.
However, the implementation of Fugu14 untethered jailbreak does not change that unc0ver is still an imperfect jailbreak. Still, it is worth noting that untethered jailbreak acts as a mechanism to keep unc0ver jailbreak applications signed indefinitely. Users no longer need to use a computer and signing tool to re-sign the unc0ver jailbreak toolkit every seven days.
Users currently using unc0ver jailbreak are advised to update to Unc0ver 7.0.2, as the bug fix ultimately benefits users.
unc0ver v7.0.2 is available for free download from the Unc0ver official website, and the jailbreak process is in the detailed tutorial below.
Step 1: Update Altstore to version 1.4.8 using a Mac computer.
Step 2: Download unc0ver 7.0.2 from the Unc0ver official website and sign it using AltStore. During the signing process, a prompt will ask you to install untether (untether is the same as an Unc0ver that never expires), click "Install Untethered Jailbreak." When the installation is complete, click "Open Placeholder."
Step 3: Wait for the installation to complete, and then Fugu14 will open automatically, click on the blue font "Setup Fugu14". When it is done, you will be prompted with "Setup done."
Step 4: Use your computer to sign unc0ver once again using AltStore, but this time clicks on "Install Without Untethering." The phone will then have the newly installed unc0ver 7.0.2 icon on the iPhone desktop.
Step 5: Click on unc0ver 7.0.2 to start the jailbreak.
Note that unc0ver supports all iOS 11.0-14.3 and iPadOS 11.0-14.3, but only iOS 14.4-14.5.1 on arm64e devices.