Pangu boys have announced a few hours ago via Twitter that since version 1.1 of its iOS 9.2 jailbreak is available - iOS 9.3.3.
How well you know by now all you're intestacy in the jailbreak, this time is necessary to use a certificate to carry it out, something that Apple can revoke remotely at any time.
Well, apparently, one of the changes included in version 1.1 of its jailbreak would be related to the certificates, which could see its usefulness extended until.
New version 1.1 released! You can now use "embedded certificate" option in new app. Go to http://pangu.io to download and reinstall.
16:32 - 4 ago 2016
"Launched the new version 1.1! Now you can use in implementing a new option called "embedded certificates." Go to Pangu.io, dischargeable and reinstall ".
Thus, and unless you've signed the .ipa application file Pangu with your own developer certificate, it is best to download this new version and redo the whole process to the device.
Otherwise, I remind you that we have a jailbreak "Semi-Tethered", which will force us to run the application Pangu every time you reboot the device to again enjoy Cydia and all the tweaks that have been installed previously.
Download | Pangu jailbreak 1.1