Jailbreak news of the week: ElleKit v1.1, Misaka updates, iOS 17.0.2 and 17.1 unsigned, & more…

Jailbreak news of the week: ElleKit v1.1, Misaka updates, iOS 17.0.2 and 17.1 unsigned, & more…

The iDownloadBlog team works tirelessly around the clock to make sure its readers have access to the latest iPhone hacking and jailbreaking news as it happens.

Weekly jailbreak news roundup.

Unfortunately, people get busy, sometimes when important things are going down. That’s why we come at you every Sunday morning with a roundup encompassing the latest news in this space — because we don’t want you miss anything important.

In this piece, we’ll talk about the latest trends in the iPhone hacking and jailbreaking realm spanning the week of Monday, November 13th through Sunday, November 19th.

Important stuff from this week

ElleKit v1.1 released

ElleKit v1.1.

ElleKit, the tweak injection method used by rootless jailbreaks such as Dopamine and palera1n, was updated to version 1.1 on Friday with an important list of bug fixes and performance improvements.

We also learned that this would be the final update to ElleKit, as it has reached maturity. Furthermore, RootHide users will want to wait for the RootHide team to release an updated version of this package that won’t harm their jailbreak detection bypass.

You can learn more about the latest ElleKit update in our full news post.

iOS & iPadOS 17.0.2 and 17.1 unsigned

iOS 17 downgrade firmware.

Apple unsigned iOS & iPadOS 17.0.2 in a move that prevents firmware downgrades from iOS & iPadOS 17.1.

Apple also went ahead and stopped signing iOS & iPadOS 17.0.3 and 17.1 this past week, making it only possible to restore to version 17.1.1.

You can learn more about this and the implications for end users in our full news post.

Misaka updates

Misaka UI.

The Misaka package manager, known for hosting add-ons for iOS & iPadOS 15, 16, and 17 that don’t require a jailbreak to be used, received several updates this past week that benefit the end user’s experience.

You can learn more about those updates in the posts linked below:

  • Misaka versions 3.1.2 & 3.1.4
  • Misaka version 3.1.5
  • Misaka version 3.1.6
  • Misaka version 3.2.0

Everything else from this week

Crane v1.3.14 released: The popular jailbreak tweak that lets you use multiple accounts in different apps picked up preliminary iOS 17 support and fixed all known bugs ($4.99 via Havoc repository)

Hentie: A Picture-in-Picture-based heads-up display for your iPhone that displays system information (free via Misaka)

Legizmo Kincaid v4.2.5 released: Fixes issues with compatibility check results impacting older watchOS versions and more ($4.99 via Chariz repository)

LS Rabbit: New Lock Screen fonts (free via Misaka)

Passcode Theme Galaxy X: A Galaxy theme for your iPhone’s passcode screen (free via Misaka)

Pulsar Settings UI: A unique Settings app icon theme for non-jailbroken devices (free via Misaka)

That just about does it for this week’s roundup, but we’ll be right back again next week with another roundup just like this one. In the meantime, be sure to keep it tuned to iDownloadBlog as we cover the latest news in real time.

Miss last week’s roundup? iOS 17.1.1 launches, Misaka v3, LocationSimulator, & more…

You may also find interest in the following tutorials if you’re thinking about jailbreaking or enhancing your iPhone or iPad with the use of hacks:

  • How to jailbreak A12-A15 devices on iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1 with Dopamine
  • How to jailbreak A9-A11 devices on iOS & iPadOS 15.0-16.x with palera1n
  • How to install the RootHide jailbreak detection bypass on Dopamine
  • How to install the Misaka package manager with TrollStore
  • How to install the Misaka package manager with Sideloadly
  • How to install the PureKFD package manager with TrollStore
  • How to install the PureKFD package manager with Sideloadly
  • How to install TrollStore on iOS 15.0-15.4.1

What was your favorite jailbreak news tidbit or jailbreak tweak release that we showed you this week (or didn’t)? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.

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