Tutorial: We Teach You How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Without A Computer

Unless you live in a pineapple under the sea you shall know that Pangu published a couple of days ago the first jailbreak of iOS 9.3.3.

The bad news for some is that besides being far only compatible with 64-bit device, you need a Windows computer in order to carry it out.

Well, if could you not do it by not having a PC with Windows to hand you're in luck, as I will explain how the whole process without any computer involved.


  • A 64-bit iOS device that has a version comprised between 9.2 and iOS 9.3.3 iOS
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, 6s Plus iPhone, iPhone, iPod Touch 6G, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro.
  • An internet connection on the device
  • 5 minutes of your time

Step By Step Tutorial:

The first thing to do is accessed via Safari the next link from the device you want to Give you the jailbreak.

After that, our device will ask if you want to install an application called "TTJailbreak". Click on "Install" and wait a few seconds to complete the process.

Once the application is installed Pangu, the next thing to do is go to "Settings -> General -> Device Management", click on the certificate installed and appears to confirm that we trust him.

At this point, we must return to the main screen and click on the Pangu application that was installed in the previous step.

Once open, we must allow receive notifications, click on the large central circle that appears on the screen and lock the screen of your device.

After a few minutes, we will receive a notification of the application of Pangu and the device will automatically restart to finally show Cydia in all its glory.

Information Semi-Tethered jailbreak

Once the process is important to note that we have a Semi-Tethered jailbreak, something that surely will remember most veterans iOS scene.

Thus, both Cydia how all the tweaks that have installed will stop working every time you reboot the device, but luckily enough to press on the application of Pangu for after a small respring, all working again without any problem.

Still, it seems that during tomorrow will be published a new tool (along with its patch corresponding Cydia) that can convert the jailbreak Semi-Tethered in untethered, which will avoid having to make the process every time you reboot the device.
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