The RootHide team on Monday released an updated version of the RootHide jailbreak detection bypass to version 1.0.7, bringing with it a plethora of improvements since the previous version.
The latest version was announced via a post shared to X (formerly Twitter), and according to the change log shared on the project’s GitHub page, brings the following changes:
1: Fixed the issue of “Invalid Kernel Stack” causing device panic/reboot
2: Fix the issue that Filza may not be able to install deb file
3: Fix the issue of incorrect return value and error code of exec* apis
4: Fix the issue where frida-server cannot spawn apps
5: Fix the issue that the arm64e binary built by theos on ios cannot run.
6: Update the built-in sileo and rootide-manager and roothide-core packages
Most of the changes are bug fixes, but it’s worth noting that the team has also integrated the latest version of the Sileo package manager app by default, saving newer users the trouble of upgrading later on.
Existing RootHide users are strongly advised to update to the latest version at their earliest convenience. The updated RootHide can be installed over your existing installation.
If you’re not already using RootHide, and most Dopamine jailbreak users should be, then you can download it from the project’s GitHub page and follow the steps outlined in our tutorial below to get started:
As a jailbreak detection bypass, RootHide allows a jailbreak user to have a jailbroken handset without their apps being able to tell that they’re jailbroken. It works great for banking apps, games, and other miscellaneous apps that try to block jailbreakers from using their software.
Have you updated to the latest version of RootHide yet? Be sure to let us know why or why not in the comments section down below.