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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