Open the Partition Configuration Tool (UNetbootin) downloaded in Step 1
make sure that
We now need to tell UNetbootin where the Jailbreaking Software is located.
On the opposite side of Diskimage, click the button with three dots '. . .'
Click through File Explorer until you find
(this is the file you downloaded in Step 2) then select
The tool will run for several minutes, you will then see a message that the Installation is complete. Click
4. Running the Tool
Restart your computer
After a minute or two, you be shown a screen asking you to select your operating system. From the options available, select UNetbootin then press
The computer will the reboot. During the reboot you will be prompted to Press 'ESC' to enter the menu. Press
On the Next screen you will see two Options, UNetbootin and loadconfig. Ensure that UNetbootin is highlighted then press
The boot is now in progress and could take up to 5 minutes to complete
Once booted, you will be met with the Checkra1n screen. From here, simply plug your iPhone to your computer, Highlight Start -> Press Enter, then follow the on screen instructions to jailbreak the device
If you receive a warning that the iPhone version is not
compatible, go to
in the Menu ->
and select ‘
Allow untested iOS versions’
-> Return to
Menu and select
to run the jailbreak
7. You can confirm that the jailbreak is complete by opening the iPhone and looking for the Cydia and Checkra1n icon.
5. Removing the Tool
Everytime you restart your computer, you will be asked whether you wish to boot into the Jailbreak tool, or Windows. If you no longer wish to receive this prompt, simply follow these steps
Restart the computer. Select Windows when asked which Operating system you'd like to boot into
Once logged into Windows, locate UNetbootin, which you downloaded in Step 1.
Double click to open the tool
You will see a notification saying that UNetbootin is already installed, and will be asked if you want to Removing the existing version. Select
UNetbootin is now removed from your machine. Click
Next time you restart your machine, it will boot into Windows normally