One of the issues that plagues iPhone and iPad jailbreaks is that App Store apps can implement what’s referred to as jailbreak detection after which refuse to open or work correctly till you unjailbreak your gadget. For this cause, jailbreak detection bypasses are a sizzling commodity amongst jailbreakers, however they are usually hit and miss, relying on who you ask.
A brand new project being referred to as RootHide is at the moment in beta testing goals to fully disguise your rootless jailbreak from any of your put in apps. The project has already checked most of the packing containers in its progress guidelines, with solely a few extra to spare, suggesting that it’s nearing completion and will quickly be launched to most of the people.
So what does RootHide truly do? It prevents your apps from with the ability to let you know’re jailbroken. Those apps that attempt to detect your jailbreak gained’t have the ability to, and according to beta testers who’ve been utilizing it, it really works nicely.
One factor value noting, nevertheless, is that RootHide doesn’t but assist jailbreak tweaks, which implies that whenever you allow the add-on for sure apps, you gained’t have the ability to entry your jailbreak tweaks in these apps. Getting round this quandary would require some effort, however as soon as achieved, it’ll be a recreation changer.
RootHide is at the moment meant for the rootless Dopamine jailbreak for arm64e (A12-A15) gadgets working iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1. Citing the notes in the project’s GitHub page, it needs to be adaptable to nearly any rootless jailbreak, no matter what model of iOS or iPadOS model it’s meant for.
Sadly, it appears unlikely that one thing like this may ever come to rootful jailbreaks, however that’s to be anticipated given the character of rootful jailbreaks.
In any case, this seems like a nice project that may gain advantage a lot of individuals, particularly if it manages to include jailbreak tweak assist. It shall be attention-grabbing to see what occurs as improvement continues.
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