2.6.1

We're very excited to announce that this release brings Apple device models to Individual accounts. With this release, Individual accounts will also see new advanced settings, including the ability to upload custom kernels and ramdisks. In addition, all accounts will now be able to adjust the number of CPU cores and the amount of RAM assigned to generic Android devices.

  • Support for Apple device models in Individual accounts
  • Support for custom kernel and ramdisk in Individual accounts
  • Improve error messaging for custom kernel and ramdisk
  • Enable users to change the amount of CPUs and RAM for generic Android devices
  • Update to the latest AOSP 10 and 11 revisions
  • Improve stability of links for latest OpenGApps versions
  • Upgraded the Android 8 Linux kernel version from 3.18 to 4.4

Release 2.6

This update brings Enterprise customers support for the Apple A14 devices, including iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It also implements encryption for AWS S3 backed volumes, and fixes some minor bugs in iOS 14 support.

  • Added support for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • Implemented encryption for AWS S3 backed volumes in the cloud
  • Fixed a bug preventing keyboard input on iOS 14
  • Fixed a bug that caused Cydia UI not to display on iOS 14

Release 2.5.1 (Cloud Only)

With this update, we're very excited to now offer Usage-Based Billing for our cloud subscribers. Users can now subscribe to Individual or Enterprise Usage-Based accounts, where devices they create are charged for on an hourly basis. Please visit the Subscription page in your account to view additional details about subscribing to Usage-Based accounts.

Additional updates include:

  • Support for the iPhone SE (2020)
  • Allow writing to filesystems on Android 11
  • Prevent user from taking an Android snapshot before a device is fully shut down

Release 2.5

In this release, a key highlight is that users are now allotted Stored Device slots, enabling users to store Off devices without occupying CPU cores. For each On device permitted on the user's account, up to 5 total devices can be stored. For example, a user with a 3-device Individual account will now have 15 "stored device" slots. Note that On devices count toward the total stored device count, so a user with a 3-device account could have 3 On devices and 12 Off devices.

Here is the full list of changes in this release:

  • Enabled users to store Off devices without occupying CPU cores
  • Updated support for iOS versions 14.1 and 14.2 with fixes for the panic patch and display firmware versions
  • Enabled support for copy and paste to a VM
  • Fixed a bug that caused iOS 14.0+ devices to fail to connect to network
  • Fixed a bug that caused large files and apps to sometimes fail to upload to cloud accounts
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Data folder to be inaccessible on iOS 13.4.1+
  • Fixed a bug that caused Flutter apps to fail to start on Android devices

In this update, On-Site users will see:

  • Support for Android 11
  • Support for Network Monitor for Android devices
  • Support for Frida Console for Android devices

Early Access: Individual Accounts

We're very excited to announce the launch of Individual Accounts for CORSEC, our pioneering mobile security research platform. Previously only available for enterprises, our new Individual Accounts will give developers, security researchers, and hobbyists access to our groundbreaking ARM-based virtual devices and advanced integrated tools.

Starting today, you can request an invite for Early Access to an Individual account. Invites will be granted on a first-come, first-serve basis, but subscribers can share special links to let a few friends skip the line.

Our Individual Accounts are made possible by Amazon's powerful new bare-metal Graviton ARM servers. Unlike x86-based emulators, our virtual devices run on ARM hardware, giving you the fidelity and speed of a real device with the efficiency, convenience, and scale of the cloud. Until the Gravitons became available, we had to host our own ARM servers and build our own cloud! This limited capacity and led to higher costs.

At this time, Individual Accounts will only offer Android-based virtual devices, as iOS is not yet supported on the AWS Graviton platform.