Well I redid the Restore with a new ipsw fiile and ran the restore from iTunes and then did the Restore Backup and now Cydia is gone. Been years since I last ran Jailbreaks and there seems to be missing all the good stuff from way back when. anyways I back to the standard iPadOS and probably will stay there for the time being.I followed the Checkra1n Jailbreak Guide shown above if you click on the Jailbreak IOS 13.3.
It ran very easy. I even installed Cydia.
Then I decided to go back to the standard iOS so I went into Settings and went to Reset clicked
on Erase All Content and Settings. The iPad came up with the standard installation and I set the ipad up as a new iPad. Got the standard IOS and apps.
I then went in an did a restore from a backup, which has never had Cydia on it, and after the resore I got my IOS with all my apps but Cydia still showed up on the desktop. Now why is this? And I cannot remove it. Is there something I missed or is there a bug somewhere? I did the restore with iTunes from a backup I had from 2019-12-19.
Can anyone explain please.
No reply needed to this entry.I have an iPad Pro 10,5 with IOS 13.3 and I tried to follow the instructions at
but when I click on the link that says:Unc0ver just released for iOS 13 - iOS 13.3 jailbreak on A12 / A13 devices. CheckRa1n is available up to13.3.1 jailbreak on A5-A11 devices. Hexxa plus available up to jailbreak iOS 13.4 beta on all device models.pangu8.com
Hexxa plus download from zJailbreak
I get an error saying that I cannot install zJaillbreak from your computer. Please visit this link
from Safari browser on your iPhone, iPad or iPod.
I am on my iPad running the Saafari browser. What am I missing?
I'm not saying it isn't vulnerable. Apple has a very strict vetting process for apps submitted to their store whereas Google Play allows pretty much anything in and then takes their sweet time pulling it once it's been identified as malicious.I've had a Pixel for 2 years and haven't had any issues. What makes you think iOS isn't prone to vulnerabilities?