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I'm trying to obtain the same result that joker -K <bundle> <kernelcache> used to obtain. I tried using jtool2, but it appears that when I'm trying to extract a bundle nothing happens when using -K and when using the -e argument I recieve a symbol not found error, even though the symbol is found using the same tool.

Here is an example of me trying to extract a bundle and having this problem:

Davids-MacBook-Pro:iextractor david$ ./tools/jtool2/jtool2 -k ./out/iPhone13,3_15.0_19A5325f/kernelcache.decrypted | grep sandbox
This is a BVX kernelcache - I support that now
opened companion file kernelcache.decrypted.ARM64.6FDDB8B4-83DD-3BCF-A8E5-1694E7253D97
0xfffffff00975f238: com.apple.security.sandbox (1.0)
Davids-MacBook-Pro:iextractor david$ ./tools/jtool2/jtool2 -e com.apple.security.sandbox ./out/iPhone13,3_15.0_19A5325f/kernelcache.decrypted
This is a BVX kernelcache - I support that now
opened companion file kernelcache.decrypted.ARM64.6FDDB8B4-83DD-3BCF-A8E5-1694E7253D97
This is a kernelcache
com.apple.security.sandbox not found in file
Davids-MacBook-Pro:iextractor david$

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