Complete guide to jailbreak iOS 13.5 using Unc0ver

In this guide, we will let you know how to jailbreak iOS 13.5 with the latest update of Unc0ver jailbreak tool. If you are using iOS 13.5, Unc0ver has been introduced its all-new jailbreak tool to bring Cydia in it. Since this perfectly supports all iOS 13.5 running devices, there is nothing to worry about the device model. Unc0ver is the latest 0-day exploits based application and that changed the common way of 1-day exploit approach. Those who are looking for an alternative can navigate to the Checkra1n tool and that too will let you jailbreak the device and bring Cydia in it. Here we go.

jailbreak ios 13.5

Guide to jailbreak iOS 13.5

  • Make sure that your iDevice running iOS 13.5
  • Firstly, you have to download AltServer to the computer and launch it
  • Use a proper cable and connect the device to the computer
  • And remember to set up Mail Plugin as a part of setting up AltStore
  • Now click the AltServer icon from the menu bar and install AltStar
  • Select the device and continue
  • Go to the Home screen and check the AltStore icon there
  • Trust the developer by navigating to Settings > General > Device management > Apple ID
  • Turn to the iDevice and download Unc0ver latest version. The “Open In..” option should clearly display there
  • The installation of the jailbreak tool will start
  • Give your Apple ID login details when you will ask to. Use accurate and the same login details
  • Now go and launch the Unc0ver app
  • Tap the certain jailbreak button for the operation
  • The device should respring and arrange Cydia icon on the Home screen

Note: If the jailbreak process will fail, check if there is any mistake or a step that you failed to apply properly. If you repeatedly fail, clear the app cache and restart the device. Enable Airplane mode too will be helpful.

Important facts for jailbreak iOS 13.5

  • Unc0ver will offer you Semi-untethered status that you have to enable again after every reboot of the device
  • If your device has any OTA file of iOS 13, it should completely delete from the device. For that, go to Settings > Storage > reboot the device
  • This will perfectly support Cydia and substrate
  • Create a complete backup of all data before goes through the jailbreak process. So you can restore it whenever you want. Or else you can find out your data safely somewhere you kept it