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iOS 15.0 - 16.2 JAILBREAK News: PaleRa1n Jailbreak With PongoOS Update (Passcode Working) & More

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▶ Get AnyUnlock to sign out of Apple ID if you forgot your password: https://bit.ly/3hgCsc1 Today we have some great updates coming from the PaleRa1n team regarding their PaleRa1n Jailbreak for iOS 15.0 all the way up to iOS 16.2 for A11 devices and lower. The jailbreak is fully functional, runs tweaks and themes, and it works as expected, but a few days ago a major update has been released which includes PongoOS. PongoOS was updated a couple of days ago by the CheckRa1n team to support iOS 15.0 up to iOS 16.2. While checkra1n jailbreak still remains broken on iOS 15 and 16, PongoOS' update brings checkra1n even closer to being updated. Not only that, but PaleRa1n team got permission to integrate blackbird and PongoOS into PaleRa1n jailbreak which can finally bring passcode back on A10 devices. IMPORTANT: This video is provided for informational, research, and news purposes. Jailbreaking is free and legal as per DMCA 2015. Please use jailbreaking tools responsibly. As always, do not forget to SUBSCRIBE to stay updated with the latest #iOS, Apple, and #Jailbreak news, updates, and tutorials! ~ GeoSn0w ▽ Resources ▽ ▶ Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/idevicecentral ▶ Latest Jailbreak Releases: https://bit.ly/3vl00A5 ▶ NEW iOS 15.2 - 15.3.1 JAILBREAK Kernel Vuln RELEASED! Things Are Looking Good! (Unc0ver / Taurine): https://youtu.be/Rr3ZRf-fRZ4 ▽ Social Media ▽ ▶ Our Sub-Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/idevicecentral ▶ Facebook: https://facebook.com/fce365official ▶ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FCE365 ▶ Our Website: https://fce365.info ▶ Jailbreak News and Releases: https://idevicecentral.com ▽ Credits ▽ ▶ Wallpaper is from https://unsplash.com ▽ For Team YouTube ▽ ▶ This channel and this video are not endorsed in any way by Apple Inc. iPhone and iOS are trademarks of Apple Inc. Jailbreaking is legal under DMCA exemption 2012 updated in 2015, and it represents modifying own device to have custom icons, themes, and tweaks, all of which are legal. ▶ This video is sponsored by AnyUnlock and includes affiliated links.
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