How to fix the problem with the endless reboot when installing Unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 - iOS 12.1.2

The Unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12 – iOS 12.1.2 has finally been publicly released. The installation process of the tool is extremely simple, but

It often causes a problem with endless rebooting, which makes the devices useless. If you encounter this problem, read on.

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Even if you have not installed a jailbreak yet, read this article to avoid problems.

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Remove update file "over the air"

This is a very important point. If you haven’t done this yet, be sure to delete the iOS 12 update file over the air before attempting to install the jailbreak. If you do not do this, you will definitely have problems.

You can check the presence of such a file through Settings -&gt; Basic -&gt; iPhone storage. If you find an update file, delete it and restart your device.

UseUnc0ver b31and below

Do not use the latest 32 beta version of Unc0ver jailbreak, because it contains bugs that cause the problem. Instead, use version 31 and lower, they should work better.

Disconnect an option"Reload System Daemons"

If your iPhone freezes while trying to installTweak from Cydia or during the installation of the jailbreak itself, you need to disable the "Reload System Daemons" option in the unc0ver settings. However, if you use version 32 and newer, you will need to turn it on again after installing the jailbreak.

What to do when departingCydia

If the Cydia application crashes, restartyour iPhone, turn on Airplane mode and open the Unc0ver application. In it, disable the "Reload System Daemons" option in the settings, and then try to open Cydia again. If this does not work, install the jailbreak again.

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If your iPhone or iPad is already stuck in an endless reboot, your only option is recovery.

Step 1: Hold down the Volume Up button, and then hold down the Volume Down button with it.

Step 2: When both volume buttons are held down, press the power button. Hold them for a few seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen. If the first time does not work, try again.

If this does not help, you need to enter the device in DFU mode.

How to put iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus into DFU mode and recovery mode

How to put iPhone X into recovery mode or DFU mode

When the device is in DFU mode, you should see a black screen, not the Apple logo.

From DFU mode, you need to try to start the iPhone in recovery mode. This may not happen at the first attempt, but do not give up.

You need to connect the device to the computer, andthen simultaneously hold down the volume down button and the power button until the Apple logo appears. Release the buttons only after the iTunes logo appears on the screen.

After that, run iTunes on your computer, and the program will detect your device. If not, disconnect and reconnect it.

Now hold down the Shift key (or Option on Mac)and click Refresh. In the window that opens, select the iOS 12.1.1 beta 3 IPSW file. The device will be restored to iOS 12.1.1 beta 3, and you can try to install the jailbreak again.