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Ra1nbox The portable checkra1n Jailbreak solution



Want to jailbreak on the go? Now you can!

Ever wanted to jailbreak on the go without a PC, while out camping in the middle of nowhere? 
Or when riding the bus to work?
With checkra1n you’re stuck to a computer to be able to jailbreak. But using this solution, 
you can take a tiny computer with you to jailbreak wherever you are. Even when somewhere remote, 
you’d only need a power bank or other USB-type power supply.


Using a NanoPi Neo single-board computer chip, a display, and an aluminum case with 3 brass buttons loaded 
with this software combined with the checkra1n software, you can jailbreak anywhere. 
The Ra1nbox software powers the display and takes care of the checkra1n part of the software.
This makes this an all-in-one on-the-go type solution.
NO PC NEEDED!
More information on Reddit





BUY NOW – Installation service
If you don’t have experience working with Linux, 
NanoPi or technical stuff in general or rather would like to have a plug-and-play solution, 
this is the best option for you.


Ra1nbox


What you will be paying for:
– I will buy all the parts required for Ra1nbox to work
– The metal case will be assembled by me
– Linux Raspbian OS will be installed and configured
– All the connections to the display will be setup
– All the required software will be installed and configured
– Shipping a ready-to-go Jailbreak device to your doorstep
– No PC needed!


Not included:
– Micro-USB cable
– Lightning cable

– iPhone :)


FAQ

What do the menu options do?
Verbose mode
Boot the iPhone into verbose boot mode using checkra1n
Safe mode
Jailbroken, but prevents tweaks from loading
Auto shutdown
After jailbreaking, auto shutdown the Ra1nbox. Otherwise, return home. Turn this option off if you want to jailbreak multiple devices
System info
Shows Ra1nbox version, checkra1n version, CPU load, CPU temperature, IP address
Check for updates
See the Updates section


The Ra1nbox hangs during the jailbreak process!

Can’t do much about that since checkra1n is still in beta. But in order to safely shut down, 
the ‘force quit’ option was added in Ra1nbox version 1.1:

During the checkra1n process, remove the lightning cable and then press F3 3x times to force quit checkra1n 
and go back to the main menu. Be sure to restart the Ra1nbox before trying a new jailbreak attempt!

My screen stays black, after updating the Ra1nbox
Make sure you’ve added the ra1nbox user to the root group, then restart the ra1nbox:
usermod -a ra1nbox -G root
System info says “Checkra1n rights error! Please read FAQ on-site”
This means the checkra1n file can’t be read. This can be because you manually updated the file and gave the wrong permissions. Or because you’ve missed a step during the initial setup.
You can fix the error by changing the rights to /home/ra1nbox/ra1nbox/checkra1n. 
Either by using SFTP or through SSH which below command:
chmod 777 /home/ra1nbox/ra1nbox/checkra1n
The display and/or buttons don’t work correctly when trying to run for the first time
You probably missed one of the commands. The first thing to do is to run the history command:
history
Using this command, you can see which commands you’ve run before. 
And thus make sure you’ve followed every step. If you’re sure, 
also, check the output of the /usr/local/bin/oled-start file is the same as in the instructions above, 

step #11:
cat /usr/local/bin/oled-start
If the output you get here is not the same as in step #11. Run step #11 again, 
either editing the file or removing (rm /usr/local/bin/oled-start) the file first. 
If the display still doesn’t work, run command #12 again to make sure you have the correct rights.
If after all of those steps, the display still doesn’t work. It’s best to start over from step #1. 
Make sure you follow all instructions exactly like it’s being shown in the video tutorial. 
Also, make sure you are installing the correct software for Neo1 or Neo2 since there is a difference in both.

After the jailbreaking starts, the display/jailbreak stays in a loop 
(and optionally reboots iPhone into normal mode)
Try different cable

I’m stuck at step #3, the device never gets an IP address, and both lights under the ethernet port 
both light up continuously
You tried to flash the NanoPi Neo2 image onto a NanoPi Neo1. 
Please double-check if you actually have a NanoPi Neo2 (read FAQ on how to do that). 
And then flash the correct image from step #1.

My Ra1nbox worked perfectly before, but the screen stays black (or only shows the ra1nbox logo) 
no matter how long I wait (but the red light on the back works)
This means you didn’t use the ‘Safe shutdown’ menu and probably pulled the USB power cable out of 
the back of the Ra1nbox at a certain point. 
This would be the equivalent of pulling the power cable from a running PC instead of safely shutting it down. 

Meaning the SD card is now corrupt. Even if you think you didn’t do this, 
then probably the USB power supply stopped supply power midway or something else happened to the power which in the end corrupted your SD card. Or… your SD card sucks.

There are 2 options to fix this:
Option 1a. Connect the Ra1nbox to an ethernet cable. Find the IP and connect using SSH 
(so basically step #3 from the above instructions). Then run this command to restore all files:
NanoPi Neo1:
wget https://updates.ra1nbox.com/download32 -O /home/ra1nbox/ra1nbox/update.zip
NanoPi Neo2:
wget https://updates.ra1nbox.com/download -O /home/ra1nbox/ra1nbox/update.zip
And reboot the Ra1nbox to see if this fixed the issue:
 sudo reboot
Option 1b. If ‘1a’ didn’t fix the issue, you need to rebuild the SD card completely, 
starting again from step #1.

Option 2. Another option would be to contact me for a replacement SD card for a small fee. 
I’ll send you an SD card by mail.

How do I know if I have the NanoPi Neo 1 or Neo 2?

Working Ra1nbox with version 2.2 or higher:

Go to menu ‘Options’ and select ‘System info.’ Check the value behind ‘ARCH’:

armv7l = NanoPi Neo1, 32bit AllWinner H3 SOC
aarch64 = NanoPi Neo2, 64bit AllWinner H5 SOC

No working Ra1nbox or version 2.1 or lower:
Open up the NanoPi. On the bottom of the second board (so not on the bottom of the first board, 
which is only an OLED) it should state “H5” for NanoPi Neo2 or “H3” for NanoPi Neo1.

If you don’t want to open up the case, you could also check by running the command:
sudo uname -m
armv7l = NanoPi Neo1, 32bit AllWinner H3 SOC
aarch64 = NanoPi Neo2, 64bit AllWinner H5 SOC

On Ra1nbox version 2.2 or higher, how can I enable “Skip A11 BPR check” to jailbreak an A11 device on iOS14?
You can’t. This option currently only exists in the GUI version or checkra1n on either MacOS or Linux. 
For Ra1nbox we need this option in the Linux CLI version.

Is this software open source?
No. The software is free for personal use only. Meaning, 
you can’t sell my software or anything that comes with my software included.
For more information, contact me or see the license disclaimer at the bottom of this page.

My Ra1nbox says “-Ra1nbox BLOCKED- sold by the unauthorized seller, contact ra1nbox.com”
The Ra1nbox software license only accepts personal use. Contact me to unblock your Ra1nbox.
Updates
Connect the Ra1nbox to an ethernet cable
Go to the Options menu and then select Check for updates
If an update is available, it’s shown on the screen including a small changelog. 
Select Yes to auto-update on the next reboot or No to cancel

Updates

Connect the Ra1nbox to an ethernet cable
Go to the Options menu and then select Check for updates
If an update is available, it’s shown on the screen including a small changelog. 
Select Yes to auto-update on the next reboot or No to cancel



Changelog


The idea is that if checkra1n comes with an update, I’ll provide an updated package for all Ra1nbox users.
This makes updating the Ra1nbox really easy:

2.3.1 (Neo2 / 64bit only) – Fixed broken recovery mode (10 May 2021)

The same bugfix as in version 2.2.2, recovery mode should be fixed now

2.3 – Support for iOS 14.5 (1 May 2021)

Updated checkra1n to version 0.12.3 which adds iOS 14.5 support.

2.2.2 (Neo2 / 64bit only) – Bugfix (10 November 2020)

Bugfix in the Ra1nbox 2.2 software on NanoPi Neo2 / 64bit only. 
This caused the recovery mode to not be working, the DFU counter keeps on resetting. This has been fixed.

2.2 – iOS 14.1 & 14.2 support + stability improvements (9 November 2020)

Updated checkra1n to 0.12.0 which added iOS 14.1 and 14.2 support.

– When using the ‘force quit mode’ which was added in Ra1nbox 1.1 by pressing 3x F3, 
the Ra1nbox now auto-reboots. During the reboot, the screen can be unresponsive. 
Please wait until the Ra1nbox has rebooted to prevent SD card corruption!
– The menu ‘Options > System info’ now shows the architecture of the device you’re using. 
This could come in handy when you want to know if you got a NanoPi Neo1 or Neo2.

– The menu ‘Options > System info’ system load is now removed as it has been replaced by the above option. 
Who needs that anyway? 
– A known bug is fixed where Ra1nbox refused to boot checkra1n when no settings were set in the ‘Options’ menu.

The following devices are added to the iOS 14 support list:
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
iPad 6th and 7th generation
iPad Pro 2nd generation
iPod touch 7

Devices that will support iOS 14 in the near future:
iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X

2.1 – Partial iOS 14 support + iOS 13.7 support (22 September 2020)

Updated checkra1n to 0.11.0 which added iOS 13.7 support + partial iOS 14 support.

The following devices will support iOS 14 jailbreak using Ra1nbox 2.1:
iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and SE
iPad 5th generation
iPad Air 2

iPad mini 4
iPad Pro 1st generation
Apple TV 4 and 4K

Devices that will support iOS 14 in a couple of weeks:
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
iPad 6th and 7th generation
iPad Pro 2nd generation
iPod touch 7

Devices that will support iOS 14 in the near future:
iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X

For more information about this, see the statement on the checkra1n website.


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