If you’ve ever jailbroken your device, you are painfully aware of how annoying jailbreak detection has gotten over the years.
Most applications nowadays detect in one way or another if you’re jailbroken or not. Most applications outright block access to the contents of the app with a generic message saying that you are jailbroken and they deny your access to protect your data.
While some of these apps may have legitimate concerns about jailbroken devices, there have been very few instances where a jailbroken device led to an account takeover. Most app developers are likely afraid of jailbroken users cheating or modding the app to get in-app benefits or gaming advantages.
Most Jailbreak Detection Bypass Tweaks Fail!
You may also be painfully aware that most tweaks designed to bypass jailbreak detection in apps are rather useless. They either only work for a small number of apps, or they do not work at all.
App developers know about these tweaks and it’s a continued cat-and-mouse game to block access to jailbroken devices.
It’s very likely that a tweak designed to work for one app will successfully bypass jailbreak detection only to be rendered useless with the next app update.
This has been the case for tweaks like Choicy, A-Bypass, KernBypass, VnodeBypass, and so on.
Why does RootHide work to bypass Jailbreak Detection?
Compared to the myriad of tweaks designed to bypass jailbreak detection, RootHide is not a tweak. You can’t install it from Cydia, Sielo, or Zebra.
RootHide is a jailbreak bundled with the jailbreak detection bypass. The jailbreak is based on the Dopamine Jailbreak tool released by developer @opa334, but it’s modified to include the RootHide code which prevents the apps from detecting you are jailbroken.
To be able to use RootHide, you need to download it and jailbreak with it even if you already use Dopamine jailbreak.
The result: RootHide works in almost all apps.
Needless to say, RootHide is compatible with rootless jailbreaks and tweaks designed to work on these jailbreaks. Since it’s based on Dopamine which is already rootless.
The developer behind RootHide has tested hundreds of applications requested by users. It appears that none of the applications tested were able to detect the jailbreak.
How to download RootHide Jailbreak IPA?
Using RootHide Jailbreak IPA you can inject tweaks thanks to the ElleKit tweak hooking platform which powers Dopamine Jailbreak.
The RootHide app allows you to choose your package manager (Sileo, Zebra), restart the SpringBoard, perform a Userspace Reboot, you can enable Tweak Injection, iDownload, and access logs.
The best method to install RootHide would be to use TrollStore IPA Installer. However, it’s possible to use Sideloadly or AltStore if you wish.
What are the supported devices?
RootHide Jailbreak supports the same devices and iOS versions supported by Dopamine jailbreak. These are as follows:
iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro & 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE – 2nd generation.
iPhone 12 & 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro & 12 Pro Max
iPhone 13 & 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro & 13 Pro Max, iPhone SE – 3rd generation.
All A12 to A15 chip devices are supported. This jailbreak does not support older devices like iPhone X and iPhone 8.
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