Lead Unc0ver developer Pwn20wnd has taken on Twitter to announce the release of version 3.1.2 of the popular jailbreak tool.
This update is hot on the heels of version 3.1.1 and is the second step-by-step update to the unc0ver's "biggest update yet," which came with version 3.1.0 release just two days ago.
There has been some of a whirlwind triggering cycle for Unc0ver over the past 48 hours. To launch the pandemonium, the team launched version 3.1.0 of the jailbreak app and announced quickly the importance of that release by calling it the tool's "biggest update yet."
As with most major releases, small issues and tweaks have been found to be necessary, resulting in version 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 being kicked into society in rapid succession, not just fixing some niggles, But also inject a few small changes as requested by the users.
The official change for Unc0ver versions 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 contains the following:
05/24/2019 – v3.1.1 was released for production with the following changes:
– Fixing root file system recovery when not is in jailbroken state on iOS 11
– Add an option to automatically launch SpringBoard when the jailbreak is done instead of waiting for the user to press the OK button (Requested by a Redditor)
05/24 / 2019 – v3.1.2 was released for Production with the following changes:  – Fix a user interface error on smaller devices
– Add an option to hide the progress HUD (Requested by a Redditor)
So, that It seems that as well as having bug fixes inserted into the building, those who ask for functions via social platforms also have the opportunity to get their ideas injected into the Unc0ver jailbreak tool. This is not exactly a devastating feature that will give all users a tangible benefit, but will definitely appeal to people who have the same mindset as Redditor in hiding the intrusive HUD progress.
 As always, if you use unc0ver 3.1.1 – which was released literally just before version 3.1.2 – then it is recommended that all users download and start using unc0ver 3.1.2 to Get the most stable and reliable experience. And of course, if you are passionate about hiding the progress of HUD during the jailbreak process, then version 3.1.2 is what you need.
All device owners can grab the latest unc0ver 3.1.2 release right now completely free-of-charge from the Pwn20wnd's GitHub project page. That being said, if you run one of Apple's A12 (X) devices, Unc0ver only partially supports these devices. For them, Chimera jailbreak can be a better option.
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