It appears that the newly released rootless JB is starting to gain some speed. Jailbreaks are usually just as popular as apps, software and tweaks that are updated to work with them, and rootlessJB has taken a big step forward with the announcement that Filza File Manager has been updated to offer compatibility with it.
Creating rootlessJB can prove to be the amazing starting point for an iOS 12.xx – 12.1.2 jailbreak. However, it is offered as an SSH-based jailbreak that is not exactly intended for the public to consume and use.
This is because it does not come with standard publicly available mechanisms that unit owners will usually be accustomed to, such as a usable package handling. It relies on SSH access to transfer files and tweaks to and from the device and does not have all the necessary guarantees in place.
Nevertheless, even with the limitations that are in place, Developer Filza for iOS 12 and 12.1.2 jailbreak IPA recently released announced RootlessJB. Here are the details of it. still looks clear about it as a serious piece of work and a serious opportunity for public release, as evidenced by the announcement from the TIGI software:
Filza File Manager and Apps Manager are now working on rootlessJB3 (iOS 12 – 12.1. 2). You can download IPA here:
Tweet not only confirms that Filza File Manager has been updated to work with the rootlessJB offer, but also provides a direct link that allows anyone visiting to grab the updated IPA file. S0me device owners who respond to the thread on Twitter have suggested that IPA actually crash on specific devices, with the iPhone 6s running iOS 12.1.2 as one of the hardware / software combinations called. Others suggest that everything works flawlessly and that they can access the root file system via Filza without any problem.
It has also been confirmed that this release works as expected on iPad models jailbroken with rootlessJB. It is evident that there is still a lot of work to invest in rootlessJB to get it ready for a public release, but it is still great to see other developers investing time to ensure their creations are ready for it hopefully inevitable moments when rootlessJB is considered ready for public consumption.
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