Jailbreaking an iPhone is a very common practice among the Apple users, but how many of you knew that it could also be done with an Android device? Plenty of people are sick of the services built into the iOS and want apps that are not allowed in the App Store. Therefore, jailbreaking the iPhone or iPad becomes the only option available.
The classic way of jailbreaking an iOS gadget is pretty easy: you’ll need a special program like the Unc0ver Jailbreak tool installed on your PC. Next, you’ll have to connect the iOS device to the PC and follow some simple tasks.
Rooting your Android phone is mandatory
Before jailbreaking the iOS device, you have to root your Android phone. An Android device these days can do a lot of things that PC’s can do as well, so why wouldn’t jailbreaking the iOS device be also possible? Over the years, smartphones had evolved tremendously, and so did their operating systems.
Furthermore, you might need a USB-C to micro-USB adapter to connect your iOS device to the Android phone. Although, a standard Lightning-to-USB-C device can also do the trick for you.
Checkra1n is the official name for the Android jailbreak, but it’s currently in the beta phase. Therefore, a better version may arrive soon. But if you’re already willing to try out the tool, you can follow the simply steps from the Reddit page: https://www.reddit.com/r/jailbreak/comments/fctkfp/news_it_is_possible_to_run_checkra1n_from_an/
For those who are not familiar with the term ‘jailbreak’ when it comes to iOS devices: it means to bypass the restrictions Apple has put on its version of iOS. The goal is to simply take full control over your gadget. After the jailbreak, you are free to install plenty of apps and tweaks that aren’t authorized by Apple. Also, you have the option to remove the tough security protections that were built into iOS.