iOS 14.3 Public Beta 2/3/4 is now available for all Apple Beta Program participants and brings with it a few new surprises, including one that’s going to be quite welcome for all you home screen modders. Odyssey jailbreak for iOS has received a new update which brings support for devices with A8 and A9 chips. Odyssey 1.2.2 uses a new oob_events exploit which makes the jailbreak possible on iPhone and iPad running iOS 14.2.1/ 14.3/ 14.3.1. For what it’s worth, the Odyssey Team’s Odysseyra1n bootstrap allows the checkra1n jailbreak tool to do the heavy-lifting on A8-A9 devices while still providing an Odyssey-esque user experience, so this isn’t that big of a problem for now. On the other hand, the Odyssey Team is expected to release version 1.2.1 of its jailbreak tool very soon to resolve the aforementioned issue, at least for A9-equipped handsets.

Bypass iCloud Activation possible on iPhone and iPad running iOS 14.2.1/ 14.3/ 14.3.1



Odyssey JAILBREAK iOS 14.3 Download

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Released Nov 24, 2020

Older Releases

  • Enabled A8/A9 support for 13.5.1-13.7 with oob_events (thanks to simo for the exploit!)

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  • Follow the instructions in the AltStore FAQ to install AltStore onto your device.
  • On your device, visit the Odyssey website, and tap on the ‘Open in AltStore’ button.
  • Odyssey will be installed onto your device!

Odyssey 1.2.2 is available for A8/A9 devices running iOS 14.2.1/ 14.3/ 14.3.1

In this video, we’re discussing the latest update to the Odyssey Jailbreak released by the Odyssey Team. Version 1.2.2 which was just released, adds support for even more devices (A8 / A9) and incorporates a brand new tfp0 kernel exploit by @_simo36. If you’re jailbroken with Odyssey, it’s recommended that you update to the latest build. Odyssey JAILBREAK iOS 14.3 currently supports all devices on iOS 14.2.1/ 14.3/ 14.3.1 all the way down to iOS 14.3 and it can run jailbreak tweaks under libhooker (similar to Cydia Substrate). The Jailbreak does not come with Cydia, it comes with Sileo, a much more modern package installer. However, it is possible to add Cydia if you want to. A12 and A13 devices are supported.

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