Checkra1n iCloud Bypass iOS 13 for all iPhone and iPad Models (Windows Method)
I know, we all have been waiting for iCloud bypass since a long time for a method that works on all iPhone and iPad models that include from iPhone 5s – X, iPod touch 6/7, iPad Air/ Air 2, Mini 2/3/4, iPad 5/6/7, iPad Pro 1/2 Supported iOS: 12.3.4 – 13.2.2.
Note: Currently I am working on a Video Tutorial for YouTube, so you might see a different page with step-by-step instructions apart from the video tutorial you might be watching now.
We’ll be using Checkra1n software which is currently available for macOS only and hopefully should be available for Linux and Windows users as promised by the developer on his official website.
For macOS users, it is almost a one-click iCloud bypass…
Don’t worry, if you don’t have a macOS machine.
I have a hack around that I am going to guide you on how to install macOS on your Windows machine and bypass iCloud with any iOS device running iOS 12.3.4 and above.
So let’s get started.
Download Links for macOS users:
You only need to download these files, if you’re a macOS machine user or already installed on your PC.
For Windows, we are going to be using Ra1nstorm to dual boot install Xubuntu on Windows and then macOS.
Don’t worry, I will explain everything step-by-step!
Requirements for Windows:
As you know there are always some requirements before you move on and make sure that you have a compatible Windows PC or Laptop. So here is the list of requirements you need to be fulfilled to safely bypass iCloud account on your iPhone:
- You need UEFI enabled Windows, it is different but most of the latest laptops have it.
- VT-d should also be available in your bios, if not then I am really sorry, your system does not support Ra1nstorm. (Hopefully, next time when Checkra1n is available for Windows!)
That’s it! Now let’s get started.
First, download the Github installation files that will setup the Linux and macOS environment for Checkra1n.
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