Chimera 1.3.6 jailbreak is now available with improvements to the SockPuppet exploit

An update version of the iOS 12-centric Chimera jailbreak tool was release by the Electra Team on Friday, officially bringing it up to version 1.3.6.

Chimera version 1.3.6

Install Chimera 1.3.4 (No PC)
iOS 12 – 12.2 and 12.4 via TweakBox

Download ChimeraTV 1.3.5

tvOS 12 — 12.2 and 12.4

Note: 12.1.3 – 12.3 and 12.4 only supported on A7 – A11 devices. All devices supported on 12.0 – 12.1.2
Note: Some 12.3 betas are compatible with Chimera. (Beta 6 is not compatible)

Chimera v1.3.6 released with Sock Puppet reliability enhancements, crash fix : Source link

The Electra Team announced the latest update early this morning via Twitter, noting that it would improve the reliability of the Sock Puppet exploit and resolve a rare crash that could occur shortly after jailbreaking a device:

Because this update deals primarily with reliability and stability enhancements, we recommend that all Chimera users download and deploy the latest version of this jailbreak to take full advantage of all the latest improvements.

Chimera 1.3.4 Jailbreak -Electra Team Fixes Occasional Reboots On IOS 12.2 & 12.4.

Like with all iterations of Chimera made available to the public before this one, the latest version of the jailbreak tool can be had from the Electra Team’s official Chimera website.

Aspiring Chimera users can also take advantage of our step-by-step tutorial to be walk through the process of jailbreaking any compatible device running iOS 12.0-12.3 beta or iOS 12.4

Have you jailbroken your device with Chimera v1.3.6 yet? Let us know in the comments section below.

Fix My phone just continues to respring. I’m running Uncover on iOS 12.4 iPhone 7

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Just Random resprings or if listening to music after about 3-4 songs in it resprings – using either spotify or songs downloaded to phone

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  •  this is a bug others will be able to reproduce
    [x ] this issue is present with all tweaks uninstalled(except for default packages) or disabled
  •  this issue is present after a rootfs restore
  •  this issue is present on the latest version of unc0ver

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