How to Bypass iCloud iOS 14.1/ 14.1.1/ 14.1.2 And iOS 14.2 Beta Bootra1n | checkra1n Bypass iCloud Windows all PC (Proof)

Bootra1n: Linux + checkra1n / On USB
Just enough Linux to boot checkra1n on any PC.

You will need: How to Bypass iCloud iOS 14.1— Bootra1n | Checkra1n Bypass iCloud Windows all PC Support

An USB flash drive (at least 512MB or larger)
64-bit or 32-bit AMD or Intel PC
You do not need to install additional software or an OS.
Unzip bootra1n into any directory, it should contain an ISO file.

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How to Bypass iCloud iOS 14.1

2. Write bootra1n to USB

Rufus Download Rufus, press SELECT, open the ISO file, and press START to flash it to your USB drive.

3. Reboot and run checkra1n

Reboot your computer and enter your BIOS’s boot menu.

Select the flash drive, and it should boot into the login prompt
Log in as anon, with password void Linux
At the $ prompt, enter checkra1n
Prompt

Happy jailbreaking!

Shutdown/Restart
Quit checkra1n and at prompt type:
Shutdown -h now to shut down, or
Shutdown -r now to restart.

WRITE BOOTRA1N TO USB

Rufus https://rufus.ie
Download Rufus, press SELECT, open the ISO file, and press START to flash it to your USB drive.

3. REBOOT AND RUN CHECKRA1N

Reboot your computer and enter your BIOS’s boot menu.

Select the flash drive USB, and it should boot into the login prompt
Log in as anon, with password void Linux
At the $ prompt, enter checkra1n
Example:

SHUTDOWN/RESTART
Quit checkra1n and at prompt type:

BootRa1n Checkra1n 0.10.2 Windows Jailbreak and Bypass iCloud iOS 14.1/ 14.1.1/ 14.1.2 And iOS 14.2 Beta

How to Bypass iCloud iOS 14.1

Troubleshooting How to Bypass iCloud iOS 14.1

Error -77: Remove your passcode before starting the jailbreak, you can set it back once done.
Error -78: Exit checkra1n and double-check you entered checkra1n
Secure Boot Errors: You can disable Secure Boot in your BIOS settings.
USB Errors: Try swapping cables and changing from USB 2.0 (black port) to 3.0 (blue port) and vice versa.
ACPI Errors: On the boot menu, select RAM mode, then press TAB and add acpi=off nomodeset to the prompt.
Credits

Checkra1n for Linux — https://checkra.in/
Base OS — Void Linux Team
Project — Foxlet (
@FoxletFox)
Concept — Evan (
@evanhackerman)

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store