Looking for a jailbreak detection bypass

LoLife

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Jun 1, 2010
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Just got Cydia on my phone this morning, iPhone X 12.0, and I’m loving it. Like a little child on Christmas morning. However a couple apps have detected the jailbreak and won’t open. And I need on of the apps as it reads my mileage for reimbursement for work. I used to use previous tweaks like xCon, back in the day, and liberty lite on iOS 11 but they don’t seem to be working. Is there another tweak that would do this? Much appreciate
 

LoLife

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Jun 1, 2010
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Reno, NV
No Sub, Libertas, TSProtector...no guarantees though...
Thank you for the suggestions. Doesn’t look like any work for iOS 12. Is there a way to remove cydia at this point but keep undercover so I can use in the future? I know the old cydelete back in the day
 

TriJetHero

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Wouldn't try that...detection usually does not only look for Cydia but other system changes as well, besides that removing cydia might cause other problems
 
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mrheisman

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Just got Cydia on my phone this morning, iPhone X 12.0, and I’m loving it. Like a little child on Christmas morning. However a couple apps have detected the jailbreak and won’t open. And I need on of the apps as it reads my mileage for reimbursement for work. I used to use previous tweaks like xCon, back in the day, and liberty lite on iOS 11 but they don’t seem to be working. Is there another tweak that would do this? Much appreciate
I’m afraid you may be out of luck. I haven’t been able to get a bypass to work since iOS 9. Even if I restart into a non-jailbreak mode, work apps don’t open. I just use my non-jailbroken iPad.
 

scouser75

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If we've already jailbroken, what's our best option to unjailbreak AND keep ios 12?

My banking app and Sky Sports no longer works. No a deal breaker, but just in case, would be good to know options.
 

scouser75

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Wouldn't try that...detection usually does not only look for Cydia but other system changes as well, besides that removing cydia might cause other problems

Guys, I think I've found a solution! will Restore Root FS recover from.the Unc0ver jailbreak app totally remove the jailbreak?

My thinking is, when I need apps that aren't compatible with jailbreak I can unjailbreak and then rejailbreak straight after.
 

LoLife

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I got liberty lite to work the next morning. I emailed the dev and he got back to me quick and got it up and running for iOS 12
 

Bako-MacAddict

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This is a turn down for me if I can’t open my apps. Hopefully someone will release one soon. I’m on he Xs Max , waiting for my jailbreak still, won’t be jailbreaking right away if there’s no jb detection bypass.