KDF Jailbreak IPA
For iOS 15.5 – iOS 16.5 (A12+)
Felix-pb, the developer, has launched two fresh kernel exploits, one of which is the KFD exploit. The KFD exploit is now publicly accessible as open-source code, along with a ready-to-use IPA file. As clarified by the lead developer, the KFD jailbreak is designed for iOS 15.5 - 16.5 versions, although some developers have managed to use it for iOS 16.6 Beta 1.
Downloading KFD Jailbreak IPA
KFD, an online jailbreak solution, doesn't allow the installation of Sileo or Cydia. It currently stands as the prime solution for iOS 16.6 jailbreak but does not serve as a good alternative for iOS 17 jailbreak yet. KFD is also the optimal solution for jailbreaking iPhone 14, iPhone 13, and iPhone 12. However, it can be used for device customization, similar to the CowaBunga Lite tool.
The KFD tool is IPA-based and its installation requires the Sideloadly or Altstore sideloading methods. After downloading the KFD IPA, sideload the KFD jailbreak IPA using Sideloadly or AltStore.
KFD Jailbreak Exploit
The KFD exploit signifies a new development in the jailbreaking field. It has already been utilized to introduce several new features and functions to iPhone and iPad devices, laying the groundwork for future jailbreaks. At present, KFD exploits support iOS versions from 15.5 to 16.6 Beta 1. Here are a few capabilities offered by KFD exploit:
Hiding the dock
Concealing Torch/Cam on Lock Screen
Adjusting Screen Resolution
Modifying Lock Screen Button
KFD Exploit CompatibilityThe KFD exploit is compatible with iOS versions ranging from 15.5 to 16.6 Beta 1.
Downloading the KFD IPAThe KFD Exploit IPA encompasses several files based on different iPhone and iPad models. Alternatively, use the button below to download the KFD exploit.
Download KFD IPA
How to Install the KFD Exploit IPAThe KFD exploit IPA can be installed directly via any sideloading method, without the need for a computer. Currently, TrollStore, Sideloadly, and AltStore offer the best sideloading methods for the KFD IPA.
Available KFD ExploitsWhile the KFD jailbreak exploits offer several features, they cannot currently be used to install Sileo or Cydia package managers.
KFDFontOverwriteKFDFontOverwrite, much like CowaBunga Lite Fontoverwrite, employs the KFD exploit to overwrite fonts. It presently supports iOS versions from 15.5 to 16.6b1. The compatible devices include:
iPhone XS to 14 Pro, iOS 16.2–16.5
iPhone Xr, 11, 11 Pro, 14 Pro iOS 16.6b1
You can download KFDFontOverwrite from this page.
kfd-Kanna Font DestroyThe kfd-Kanna font destroy is a KFD-based tool that changes the Home screen clock font. It currently supports iOS 16.2–16.5/16.6b1.
KFDicks16KFDicks16 is a KFD jailbreak tool that changes screen resolution. It is compatible with iOS 15 through iOS 16.5 and 16.6 Beta 1.
KFD DevTestKFD DevTest is specifically for A15/A16 on iOS 16.6b1. It offers the following features:
Lock Screen Icons Hide
Whitelist / Blacklist
Download DevSet IPAChanging Lock Screen Buttons
The KFD exploit can now be used to modify Lock Screen buttons. However, the IPA for this feature is not yet available. We will update this page with the IPA once it's released to the public
Access KFD Jailbreak online
The KFD Jailbreak iPA file is presented here. Upon its public release, the KFD Jailbreak can be downloaded online through the following link.
Access KFD Jailbreak online available soon
KFD for iOS 15.5 to iOS 16.5 (A12+):
The felix-pb's KFD project is open-source and freely available as source code. However, there's no compiled IPA file for testing. Yet, I've compiled it and provided the IPA file in a release on my GitHub fork of the KFD project for those interested in trying it on their device.
Please note, this compiled IPA is not a jailbreak utility; it's solely the KFD exploit project in IPA format. If you're not a developer, you'll still need to wait for an actual jailbreak tool to be created. You can sideload the IPA with Sideloadly, AltStore, or your preferred method.
The release of KFD exploits has indeed opened up a world of possibilities for the iOS jailbreak community, offering the first publicly released R/W kernel exploit for iOS 16 and showcasing its impressive potency.
KFD for All Devices
Supported iPhone models include iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, and iPhone XR. Compatible iPad models are the 5th, 6th, and 7th gen 9.7 and 10.2 iPads, the 2nd gen 9.7 iPad Air, and the 4th gen 7.9 iPad mini.
For iPhones, this includes models XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, SE (2nd gen), 12 mini, 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max. The supported iPad models for this architecture are the 8th, 9th, and 10th gen 10.2 and 10.9 iPads, the 5th gen 7.9 iPad mini, the 3rd, 4th, and 5th gen 10.5 and 10.9 iPad Airs, and the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th gen 12.9, 11 inch iPad Pros.
A15+ Device list
Please note: For the following devices, downgrade to iOS 16 due to changes. The list includes iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone SE (3rd gen), iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, along with the 6th gen 8.3" iPad mini.
According to opa334, the KFD will soon support additional iPhone and iPad devices. Upcoming supported devices include:
iOS 15.1.1 iPhone 13 Pro
iOS 15.4.1 iPad 8
iOS 15.7.3 iPhone SE
How to Use KFD Jailbreak?
Sideload the KFD IPA using Sideloadly or AltStore, then launch it from the Home page. Apply changes by tapping 'kopen.' Currently, KFD only supports limited features like Home screen and Lock screen changes. However, the developer assures that more features will soon be introduced.
Limitations of KFD Jailbreak:
1. Root access is not provided
2. Cannot bypass code signing
3. Code injection is not allowed
4. Arbitrary entitlements cannot be obtained
5. Jailbreaking is not possible
KFD Jailbreak and Ponda Jailbreak ToolsDeveloper Felix-pb has unveiled two new kernel exploits that support Memory Read/Write operations on iOS and macOS. Hence, the Ponba jailbreak was developed under the KFD exploit and is likely to be a superior jailbreak tool for the latest iPhone and iPad models.
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