How to fix some crashing problems on the iOS 12 Unc0ver Jailbreak

Unc0ver jailbreak is a new player in town. To say the truth, we haven’t heard much about it but errors are already starting to crop up. We all remember the rootlessJB method we have posted about. There seemed to be a lot of progress on that end. As applications started to become compatible with the jailbreak. The one disadvantage of jailbreaking a device is that the apps you’ve become so accustomed to might not be available. This is why ordinary users will refrain from jailbreaking their device. Users that jailbreak their devices are often developers or just really curious individuals. Furthermore, it’s quite an intricate process that could go really wrong really fast.

Cydia crashing out on the Unc0ver Jailbreak

There has been reports coming in that the Cydia app keeps crashing. This app is supposed to appear once the jailbreak process is complete. If by any chance you don’t know the procedure, we have an article describing the steps. The one problem that has come up so far is this jailbreak being semi-unteathered. This means that the device might revert back to normal when the device is rebooted. This feature causes a frequent crash in the Cydia app and the jailbreak all together.

How to solve the Unc0ver Jailbreak glitch

The only way to stop the app from crashing is to jailbreak the device again. You can do this by simply running the Unc0ver jailbreak app again and it should be back to optimum performance. Also, how you sideloaded or rather installed the app is a factor to consider. We all know how useless or inefficient free things can be. If you used a free Apple ID to install the application then the certificate will only be valid for 7 days. However, if you used an enterprise ID or one’s that paid for then the certificate will last a year. This is thanks to restrictions placed by Apple. Someone needs to do something about these restrictions Apple keep putting everywhere. Hackers, where are you? Feel free to leave a comment in the section below.