Download Odyssey jailbreak for iOS 13.0-13.5

Download Odyssey jailbreak for iOS 13.0-13.5

The Odyssey developer team has released a pre-release build of its iOS 13 jailbreak. Here’s how you can download and install Odyssey jailbreak on your iPhone or iPad.


Odyssey is a semi-untethered jailbreak for Apple devices running iOS 13.0-13.5 operating system. It is the brainchild of developer Coolstar. 
Unlike unc0ver (that uses a proprietary exploit), Odyssey relies on an exploit based on Ian Beer’s work.    
It is the very first jailbreak that is designed almost entirely using Swift language.
Odyssey also provides users with a faster and more stable experience and offers full support for the latest iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices.
Odyssey comes with the Procursus bootstrap and a revolutionary new tweak injection system called libhooker that is designed with speed and performance in mind.
For those who don’t know, libhooker is the successor of the aging Substrate tweak injection system developed by Saurik. 
It allows users to exercise full freedom of choice and can install the package manager of their choice. If you don’t like the default installer, you can install Zebra, Installer, or Cydia!   
Furthermore, this project is fully open-source as a tribute to s0uthwes, who, unfortunately, passed away a few months ago.
  • WARNING – The “leaked” pre-release build has stability issues and migration support for unc0ver does not work at the moment. So, we DO NOT recommend installing this version on your main device. If you wish to use Odyssey on your daily driver, wait for a stable build to drop.     


  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max 
  • iPhone 6/6S
  • iPhone 6/6S Plus 
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 7/7 Plus 
  • iPhone 8/8 Plus 
  • iPhone X
  • iPad Mini (5th generation)
  • iPad Air (2019, 3rd generation)
  • iPad Pro (10.5-inch), iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (2nd generation)
  • iPad (9.7-inch)
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPad Pro (1st-Generation)
  • iPad Air (2nd-generation)
  • iPad (5th-generation)
  • iPod Touch (7th-generation)
  • 13.0
  • 13.1
  • 13.1.1
  • 13.1.2
  • 13.1.3
  • 13.2
  • 13.2.1
  • 13.2.2
  • 13.2.3
  • 13.3
  • 13.3.1
  • 13.4
  • 13.4.1
  • 13.5


  • iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
  • iOS 13.0-13.5
  • A computer running macOS or Windows


Step 1 Download and install iTunes on your PC/Mac. If you already have it on your system, move onto the next step.   

Step 3 Download AltStore sideloading utility on your computer. We will use Windows in this tutorial. However, the installation process remains the same for macOS.  
Step 4 Open the AltStore archive and extract the following files – AltInstaller and Setup – to a folder called AltStore on your desktop or another location.
Step 5 Now double-click on Setup, select Next, choose the installation destination, and click Next.     
Step 6 Go to the installation location – C:Program Files (x86)AltServer. This is the default installation directory.    
Step 7 Right-click on AltServer and click on Run as Administrator.
Step 8 Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your PC/Mac.
Step 9 Now open the hidden icons in the taskbar. Open AltServer, then select Install AltStore and click on your device from the dropdown menu. 
Step 10 Key in your Apple ID username and password to install AltStore on your Apple device. 
Step 11 Enter the two-factor authentication code sent to your device and click Submit. Wait for the installation to finish.
Step 12 The app should now appear on your home screen. Before you open it, navigate to Settings > General > Device Management and tap on your Apple ID email.
Step 13 Tap Trust <your Apple ID email> to authorize the AltStore application.


Step 14 Open Safari and download the latest IPA file using the link given above.
Step 15 Once you download the desired IPA file, select it from Safari’s built-in download manager.
Step 16 Tap the “open with” icon in the top-right corner of the display. 
Step 17 Tap Copy to AltStore to send the IPA file to AltStore for sideloading. If the “Copy to AltStore” doesn’t appear on the screen, tap More, scroll down, and select Copy to AltStore.  
Step 18 Once AltStore installs the jailbreak application, go back to your home screen, and run Odyssey.
Step 19 Tap Jailbreak to kickstart the exploitation process. Make sure the Enable Tweaks option is enabled. Remember, the default settings should suffice for average users.      
Step 20 Wait for the exploitation process to get over. Once the jailbreak is complete, the app will display the “Jailbroken” message. Exit the app and go back to the home screen.


Step 21 Like Chimera, Odyssey comes with the Sileo package manager – a modern alternative to Cydia. 
Step 22 Start installing your favorite packages with Sileo!
That’s all there’s to it! If you are looking to test Odyssey out on a spare device, then by all means do it.
Security researcher Tihmstar has confirmed that the alpha build is stable and he’s using it on his daily driver without any issues.       


Since Odyssey jailbreak is in the alpha development stage, some bugs and glitches are to be expected. Here’s the complete list of bug and errors users are experiencing right now:  
  • unc0ver users are getting the “ERR_JAILBREAK” and “ERR_TFP0” error messages while jailbreaking.
  • The exploit is not reliable on certain devices and operating systems.
  • Migration support for unc0ver jailbreak is broken.
  • App Store apps such as Reddit and Messenger can crash. 


  • Release the first public beta build. The Odyssey developer team is working hard to release the first stable beta version for users as soon as possible.                 
  • Release a jailbreak for Apple Watch. 
  • If you run into issues while jailbreaking, please feel free to leave a comment below.
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