Checkra1n Jailbreak Updated With Support for Linux -Windows, iOS 13.3.1, New CLI, More

The Checkra1n team recently release an update to their tool which added iOS 13.3.1, Linux support, and made a bunch of other improvements. At least it is viable to jailbreak with Checkra1n for everyone now. Everyone can reboot into LiveUSB of Linux and run Checkra1n.

You can download checkra1n 0.9.8 for Mac and Linux today from and get started with the jailbreaking process. Checkra1n also provides instructions on how to install checkra1n 0.9.8 on the Linux platform here.

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Before that you either had to have Mac or you had to do shenanigans with MacOS installer bootUSB. Or you had to have VT-D compatible PC and hassle with ra1nstorm. Checkra1n for Windows is still running into complexities and might be far off from a potential release.

Checkra1n Jailbreak for Linux – Windows

Important thing before start Ra1nUSB Jailbreak

Your Windows Machine should be 64-bit Operating System

Machine should run x64-based processor

Your USB must be 32 memory Drive

This method working both Intel and AMD

Checkra1n iOS 13.3.1 jailbreak Ra1n USB Guide

However, the team did not release a Windows version of the tool which many iPhone users have been eagerly awaiting. Raz Mashat has now posted a video showing the Windows version of the checkra1n tool in action. This led to the birth of the whole iOS 13.3.1 jailbreak community. One popular tool to accomplish this has been Checkra1n.

Checkra1n Jailbreak Device compatible

  • All A6 to A11 Devices are compatible with Checkrain jailbreak.
  • iPhone 5C , iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 , iPhone 6+ , iPhone 6S , iPhone 6S+ iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7+ , iPhone 8 / iPhone 8+, iPhone X.
  • iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air, iPad Pro (12.9 in), iPad Pro (9.7 in) , iPad Pro (10.5 in), iPad 6G, iPad 7G

Checkra1n jailbreak is consider by many, the new generation iOS 13.3.1 jailbreak tool. It is base on the permanent unpatchable bootrom exploit call checkm8 by axi0mX.

Checkra1n is based on the checkm8 bootrom exploit. It is compatible with selected iPads and older iPhones starting from the iPhone 5s to the iPhone X running iOS 13 – iOS 13.3.1.

Checkra1n jailbreak What’s new Bug fixes

This release squashes so many bugs we couldn’t keep track of them. Sorry bugs.

Checkra1n Other changes

Support for Linux has arrived!

Introduces webra1n.

Low-level patching is now handle by our all-new pongoOS, engineered from the ground up for flexibility. More news on this front soon!

Adds a whole new CLI, built around ncurses, which now supports FastDFU.

Adds a new –version flag to the CLI for debugging purposes.

Add a new option in the GUI and CLI which allows for custom boot-args to be set.

Adds an option to skip version checking for new iOS and iPadOS versions which haven’t yet been officially test.

Added support for iOS and iPadOS 13.3.1.

The checkra1n app no longer requires internet to open.

This latest Checkra1n release now gives users the ability to jailbreak their iOS 13.3.1 iPhone or iPadOS 13.3.1 iPads. And that is not all. with this update, there is now support for Linux systems. Checkra1n co-developer Nikias Bassen or @pimskeks shared on Twitter. The exciting news that the Linux version of the exploit is nearing completion and will be release soon rather than later.