Here we are with the Unc0ver Jailbreak for iOS 13.3, most of the users seem to be having a good experience so far and tweaks that are certified to be compatible with iOS 13 are running smoothly, except for a known issue after you jailbreak your device, which is the notifications for the Messages app.
I use iMessage most of the time when it comes to texting, and earlier when I jailbroke my iPhone XR, I did notice that I didn’t not receive any notification alert while I am able to see the badge on the app icon on the Messages application.
If you’re like me and everybody who is having this issue, don’t panic — your notifications are turned on — it’s just the Unc0ver jailbreak stopping the notifications specifically for the Messages app; it is a common issue among everybody now.
Fortunately, you can quickly fix that by just running a command line that will restart the device and will make Messages notifications appear again.
What you will need for this tutorial:
- iCleaner Pro, repo: http://ib-soft.net/cydia/
- Newterm for iOS 13, from Hashbang repo (default repo)
Now that we got the tools we need, go ahead and launch iCleaner pro and tap on Clean:
It will respring the device once it’s done analyzing it. Next step open up Newterm app
You will need to type a username and passoword to access the root of your Device, the generic credentials for every iOS device are:
username: su root
Now that you have root access, you have to run a command and the device will restart.
Type ldrestart (L lowercase) as it is shown above.
After the reboot the notifications will function as usual like a charm.