Just last month, we showed you a sideloadable add-on called Cluckabunga for kfd exploit-vulnerbale devices running iOS or iPadOS 16.0-16.6 beta 1 that allowed for system-wide personalization of various sorts.
Today, project developer leminlimez to the Discord channel to announce two subsequent updates to the popular add-on, dubbed versions 2.1 and 2.1.1 respectively:
In addition to sharing download links to the new updates via the project’s GitHub page, the developer also shared change logs to denote what’s new in each release. We’ve included those change logs for your viewing pleasure below:
– Added card changer
– Improved passcode key changer functionality
– Exporting passcode keys
– Updated offsets
– Card changer/passcode keys no longer ask to kopen when already opened
– Card changer/passcode keys should no longer panic when switching between the two
As you may have deduced already, the new card changer feature works similarly to the two new Misaka-based add-ons we recently showed you called Apple Wallet BG and Cardinal. In addition to adding support for this feature, there seem to be a lot of improvements to the app’s features and reliability with respect to kernel panics and exploit offsets.
If you’re an existing Cluckabunga user, then you can harmlessly go ahead and install the latest version over your existing installation using your favorite sideloading method, whether that’s AltStore or Sideloadly. Newer users will need to visit the package’s GitHub page to download the latest .ipa file before sideloading it on a kfd exploit-vulnerable device (iOS or iPadOS 16.0-16.6 beta 1).
Have you installed the latest version of Cluckabunga yet? Be sure to tell us why or why not in the comments section down below.