Yesterday, Apple released the iOS 13.5.1 update, fixing the 0-day vulnerability that Unc0ver jailbreak exploits. If you
Pwn20wnd developer from the Unc0ver team at homeTwitter wrote that in the latest version of the Unc0ver tool there is a bug that activates auto-update. Even if you turned off the feature, your iPhone can still update automatically.
There’s a bug in the latest versions of # unc0verthat causes the jailbreak to operate with the opposite of the user preference for disabling auto updates. You should turn off that option and re-jailbreak now to prevent your device from auto-updating to 13.5.1.
- @ Pwn20wnd (@ Pwn20wnd) June 2, 2020
The only solution to this problem while everyone is waitingThe release of the update is to enable the auto-update function in the Unc0ver settings and reinstall the jailbreak. You can also use jailbreak tweaks like OTAdisabler, which exclude automatic updates.
Apple is still signing iOS 13.5, so you can even roll back to this version. However, soon the signature will be closed, so hurry up. IOS version 13.5.1 does not contain any improvements or new features, so there is no point in installing it.
Also read: How to jailbreak iOS 13.5 using the Unc0ver tool