The RootHide jailbreak detection bypass utility for the Dopamine jailbreak received another update this week, bringing it up to version 1.0.4.
The RootHide team used their typical means of communication — the RootHide Discord server — to announce this new version, mentioning that it would introduce the following changes for end users:
– Add more features to hide jailbreak
– Enhance stability when activating jailbreak
– Fix the issue that some binaries can’t load
– Fix the issue that Xcode can’t connect to device after rebooting userspace
– Fix the issue where safe mode doesn’t work after installing certain jailbreak tweaks
– Update the built-in Sileo and RootHide Manager packages
– Add full support for the RootHide dynamic patches framework
– Fix the issue that some system processes can’t write to jboot:/var/
– Frida is now available on RootHide
If you’re an existing user of the RootHide jailbreak detection bypass, then you’re going to want to update at your earliest convenience to take advantage of the latest bug fixes and improvements to the utility. You can simply perma-sign the latest .ipa over your existing installation with TrollStore to update.
Anyone who isn’t already taking advantage of RootHide, and would like to give it a try, can acquire it for free from the developer’s GitHub page. We have an in-depth tutorial post showcasing why you might want to use RootHide and how.
It’s worth noting that since RootHide is only currently available for the Dopamine jailbreak, this means that it only supports iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1.
Are you running the latest version of the RootHide jailbreak detection bypass on your jailbreak yet? Be sure to let us know why or why not in the comments section down below.