Have you jailbroken your iOS devices by using a semi-tethered jailbreak tool like checkra1n? Sometimes, you will have to or accidentally restart your jailbroken iPhone or iPad for some reason and then lose your jailbreak. So I guess you have experience if your jailbroken iPhone got reboot. It will disable any tweaks you’ve applied. Luckily, you already know that you have to re-jailbreak your device again by connecting it to a PC to feel a jailbreak experience.
After installing the newly released jailbreak tweak Appsync unified 90.0 for iOS 14, the developer will tell you that you need to reboot or LDrestart your jailbroken device at least once for it to work correctly.
So how do you reboot or restart your jailbroken iOS device without losing your jailbreak? At that time, LDrestart comes to help you. Let’s see how to LDRestart jailbroken iPhone in iOS 14 and save your checkra1n jailbreak. How does LDRestart differ from the reboot?
What is LDRestart?
In short, LDrestart is called a Soft-reboot or pretty much a more thorough respring. It means you can reboot your iPhone or iPad, but it keeps only the kernel alive so that you do not have to jailbreak your iOS devices again when you do it.
How to LDRestart your device in iOS 14?
As jailbreakers, you can easily LDrestart your device in iOS 14 using some jailbreak tweaks. Many jailbreak tweaks like PowerSelector (iOS 11 to 14) and PowerModule contain their very own option to LDrestart your iPhone.
How to LDRestart jailbroken iPhone with PowerSelector
PowerSelector tweak is a free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer ichitaso that allows jailbreakers to LDRestart their jailbroken devices without losing its jailbreak.
Once installed, The PowerSelector Tweak adds features in three places to customize it in iOS 14, such as ControlCenter, Power off-menu, and Home Screen. The options as follows:
- Power off / Reboot / LDrestart / safe mode / Respring / UIcache / Lock / UserSpace Reboot are carried out in ControlCenter, Power off menu and Apps.
- It displays Wi-Fi IP, Global IP, uptime, RAM information in the ControlCenter’s information section.
- Enable libhooker & OpenSSH
- Configure tweak options from the Settings app.
You can download the PowerSelector jailbreak tweak for free from the ichitaso repository via their favorite package manager. It supports jailbroken iOS 11 to 14 devices. If you need more details about the tweak, you can get it from the PowerSelector official page.
If you have not already added the ichitaso repository to your Cydia repository, you can add this to your Package Manager from the following URL: https://cydia.ichitaso.com/.
PowerModule Tweak for iOS 14
PowerModule is one of the excellent power management tweaks of your iOS device in iOS 14. It is a free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Muirey03 that allows jailbreakers to LDRestart their jailbroken devices without losing its jailbreak effortlessly.
Once installed, it adds a preferences pane to the Settings app, and you can configure it from there. Also, it adds a module to Control Center for easy access. From the settings app, you can choose what module to add to the control center. Those buttons are:
- Power down
- Clearing UI cache
- Entering Safe mode
- Reboot (now runs LDrestart instead)
- Locking the screen
It optionally prompts a confirmation alert when you pressed to apply all of these buttons. Also, it can be configurable from settings.
You can download the PowerModule jailbreak tweak for free from the Packix repository via their favorite package manager. It supports jailbroken iOS 11 to 14 devices.
Using a power management tweak like PowerSelector, PowerModule, “Does restart a device remove jailbreak?” no need to ask such questions.
If you think it’s better to use PowerSelector, PowerModule, to manage the power supply relation of your iOS device in iOS 14, let us know what you think in the comments section below.