RootHide, the popular new jailbreak detection bypass utility for the Dopamine jailbreak for arm64e devices running iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1, was updated to version 1.0.3 on Friday with a number of improvements.
Announced via a post shared to X, formerly Twitter, Friday afternoon, we can gather that RootHide version 1.0.3 contains the following changes:
– Update RootHide core to version 0.0.3
– Fix the problem that some apps may detect jailbreak
– Update Sileo to fix some bugs
– Update NewTerm to fix LANG warning in perl
– Fixed the problem of being unable to write to the jailbroken /var/ directory in tweak
– Fixed panic issue on some devices with with many apps installed
– Fix the problem that environment variables in Dopamine are not passed correctly
– Theos dependencies are now available on RootHide
The latest RootHide update comes by way of an updated RootHide Dopamine jailbreak app that bundles everything together, so all you need to do is download the latest .ipa file from the project’s GitHub page, perma-sign it with TrollStore, run the jailbreak, and enjoy the latest perks.
If you haven’t already used RootHide before, then you can follow the steps outlined in our step-by-step to tutorial post to get started with it. Installing RootHdie Dopamine has the same requirements as Dopamine — it must be an A12-A15 decide running iOS or iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1.
RootHide is a jailbreak detection bypass tool, which helps to prevent apps from learning about your jailbreak and consequently affecting your ability to use those apps. Your mileage with it may vary.
Are you running the latest version of the RootHide jailbreak detection bypass for Dopamine? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.