How to remove jailbreak iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 on your device -


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Thursday, 28 July 2016

How to remove jailbreak iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 on your device

This weekend the jailbreak iOS was published 9.2-9.3.3 debut weekend, and soon after jailbreak developers have managed to make a Safari - based web browser jailbreak that does not even require you to connect to a computer for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.

Of course, it is a jailbreak semi-untethered, and there are plenty of warnings that must be taken into account, so if you're regretting having done the jailbreak on your iOS device and want to know how to let it as it was before, we invite you to follow the following tutorial.
How to remove jailbreak your device:

Unfortunately, Cydia Impactor, now known as Cydia Eraser, is not compatible with iOS 9.3.3. This means that you can not use it to remove all traces of Cydia and jailbreak your device.

If you do not want to have the jailbreak installed on your device, then you will have to restore your device through iTunes.

To do this, you follow these steps:

  •     Connect your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad to your Mac or PC with a Lightning cable.
  •     Next put the device in recovery mode.
  •     Open iTunes on your Mac or PC and then you should see a message from within the application by referring to the detection device, click the "OK" button. 
Then click on the reset button.

a new message, click the "restore and update" button appears.

iTunes will now begin restoring your device. Please do not disconnect your device during this process.

Upon completion of all, you should see a screen with a welcome message.

And that's all, the device is now fully restored to a common installation of iOS. Now follow the instructions on your iOS device screen and proceeds to set it up, or you can restore from a backup that you made before you have the jailbreak.

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