The fifth iteration of unc0ver with iOS 13.5 support went public just a few days ago. If you are already jailbroken, check out the full list of Cydia tweaks that are compatible with iOS 13.5 firmware.
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iOS 13.5 Tweak Compatibility Explained
Generally, all packages that support iOS 13.0-13.3 are compatible with iOS 13.5. The reason being that developers update their packages as soon as Apple releases a new operating system.
Since not many changes are observed across the various iterations of an operating system, jailbreak tweaks continue to work without compatibility issues.
However, there are a few exceptions to the rule, such as Activator, Xeon, and App Admin.
Nevertheless, developers are diligently working to release updated versions of their packages.
As of this writing, Kritanta, Matt Clarke, NoisyFlake, Karen among others have already pushed updates. Other developers will hopefully follow suit in the coming days.
If you haven’t installed unc0ver on your device yet, follow this step-by-step tutorial.
For those of you without access to a computer, here’s how to jailbreak your iOS 13.5 device without a PC.
Which tweaks are compatible with iOS 13.5?
The compatibility sheet is divided into three categories –
- Partially Working
- Not Working
You can safely install on your device all the tweaks listed in the “Working” section.
We recommend steering clear of the tweaks that fall under the “Partially Working” and “Not Working” categories. These packages might cause issues (respring loops, crashes, etc) if installed on iOS 13.5 operating system.
If i try to look at a twaek or download, cydia crashes on my iPhone 11 13.5
AppStore++ is not working … I am able to install tweak but when I try to downgrade it shows time out and doesn’t block update on my xr 13.5
There’s a workaround for AppStore ++ and that is instead of selecting upgrade/downgrade, you can select ‘manual install’ and then just enter the ‘Build’ number in the pop-up box.
LetMeBlock doesn’t make me repo work like I have to do ??