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Jailbreak iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 With Pangu v1.1_UPDATED


Jailbreak iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 With Pangu v1.1_UPDATED

How To Jailbreak iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 Semi Untethered via Pangu

Jailbreak iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 Steps [PC Method]


Step 1. Confirm that you’ve downloaded all of the necessary components from the below download section and that you’re running the latest version of iTunes.

Step 2. As a precaution, it’s best to disable both Passcode lock and Find my iPhone. Next, connect your device via a standard USB cable, launch iTunes on your PC and ensure that the tool recognizes your device successfully (you may be prompted to trust the connection).

Step 3. Install the PP/Pangu jailbreak utility on your computer using the .exe obtained in the first step.

pp Jailbreak toolStep 4. Launch the PP Helper application on your computer and click the green button inside the pop-up to continue (if you close out of the pop-up, click the button that looks like a peeled back “P” to reveal the Pangu icon).

Step 5. After PP Helper has built the app, authenticate with your Apple ID credentials to allow the app to be side loaded onto your service and click the green continue button.

Step 6. Click the prompt to continue inside of PP (see above tutorial for help) and trust the development profile inside of Settings > General > Device Management – note: you should be automatically redirected to it on your device.

Step 7. Launch the PP app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, enable push notifications, and tap the circle in the middle of the app to proceed with the jailbreak. After roughly 5 seconds, lock your device and wait for your iDevice to reboot.

Important Note: While you can press the home button to view the push notification status of the jailbreak (if it mentions Cydia, you’re golden), do not unlock.

Next you’ll need to learn how to reboot following the success of your semi untethered jailbreak on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch!

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How To Reboot After Jailbreak


Once jailbroken, you may notice that upon a reboot, Cydia (and anything obtained through Cydia) crashes. That’s because this is a “semi untethered” jailbreak so to speak – i.e. while you don’t need a computer to reboot it, you’ll have to re-apply the kernel patch to use any jailbreak-related items. It’s very simple to accomplish this, just follow the below steps.

Step 1. After a reboot, open the PP app.

Step 2. Wait 20 seconds in the app before doing anything (this is very important), and then tap the circle in the middle to begin the kernel patch process.

Step 3. Roughly 5 seconds after tapping the circle, lock your deice. If the screen remains black and unresponsive and/or you get a notification from PP, you did it right (don’t worry, if it’s not both, either should work)!

Note:  If your device just reboots, it didn’t initialize the jailbreak properly. In this case, please repeat the three steps listed above.

Congratulations, after having followed a few simple steps, you’ve successfully Jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 9.3.3, the latest public firmware!
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