Install an unsupported for the jailbreak of iOS 9.3.3, in extreme cases tweak, you can put your device into an endless reboot loop, forcing restore the system and start again. Therefore, it is important to proceed carefully with the tweaks you want to install on the device.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to get out of a boot loop on a device with iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak without restoring it .
How to troubleshoot a restart loop in iOS 9.3.3
The trick to solve the reboot loop is to put your device in a non jailbroken first and then start with the 'No Substrate Mode' option. What this does is disable all Cydia Tweaks, allowing safely uninstall from the device and solve the problem of boot loop.
- Press and hold the lock and start buttons together for 5 seconds or more until the device restarts and see the Apple logo.
- After you restart the device .Asegúrate disable the password along with "Find My iPhone".
- Go to the home screen and open the application Pangu. This time the jailbreak method will be different because you have to go with 'No Substrate Mode' option.
- Press the "Start" button and locks the device to start the jailbreak process.
- When you see the notification Pangu on the lock screen, press and hold the volume up button until the device restarts and see the Apple logo.
- Once the device is restarted, it must be in mode without substrate (Substrate No Mode). Then go to the home screen and open Cydia.
- Find the tweaks that cause the reboot loop and delete them from your device. If you get an error during uninstallation of a tweak, make a respring your device and try again. Keep doing this until you can successfully remove the tweak.
- Once you have removed all defective tweaks, reboot your device and redo the jailbreak with Pangu application. This time, no need to hold down the volume button while the jailbreak is done. Simply press the "Start" button on the application, the device blocks and let Pangu continue its work.