How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 With Pangu 9.3.3
The iOS 9.2 and 9.3.3 have now new jailbreak tool released for them which were announced by Pangu. Although unavailable in English at initial stage, the jailbreak tool is now with both Chinese and English Language help to make all happy that waited for Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3. This tutorial is going to show you exactly how the new Pangu jailbreak system for iOS 9.2 and 9.3.3 works, and also how by using them, you can jailbreak the aforementioned systems easily. But we highly recommend you to update iOS 9.3.3 and then turn jailbreak as it is the latest firmware that is jailbreakable too.
However, keep in mind that since this is a jailbreak procedure that is in the PC Format, you’ll definitely be needing a Windows PC, MacBook or Linux to proceed. Earlier it was Windows-only, but now more can jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 as Windows, Mac and also Linux is compatible. Bear in mind that this jailbreak is designed only for 64-bit iOS devices – hence rendering the iPhone 5 quite out of question. At present there is little certainty as to whether this will change anytime in the future.
What Devices Can Be Jailbroken Using This Tool?
Although the iPhone 5 is not inclusive in the offer, the following devices can be jailbroken using this new Pangu jailbreak tool:
- iPhone 5s
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 6s Plus
iPod touch 6G
iPad mini 2
iPad mini 3
iPad mini 4
iPad Air 2
Those who have already employed the new Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak tool to jailbreak their devices know that this isn’t a permanent thing – that is, that even though you jailbreak your device once, you’ll have to jailbreak it again and follow the same procedure again once you reboot your device – and jailbreak it again every time you reboot your device. However, don’t worry if you’re thinking how much of a bother it will be – it’s not quite as difficult as that!
This tutorial will guide you how to exactly jailbreak your semi-untethered iOS 9.2 or 9.3.3 in an easy step by step guide. The jailbreak will be such as will enable Cydia to work as soon as your device is turned on again.
Important: If you have no specific reason to stick into an older iOS firmware, you are recommended to update to latest, and then jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 as it is the latest firmware with jailbreak rights too
What’s “Tethered” and “Untethered” and “Semi-untethered?”
For those who do not know, a semi-untethered jailbreak is sort of a cross between tethered and untethered jailbreak – that is, you’ll have to go through the procedure again on rebooting your device.
The Pangu Jailbreak-Step Guide
To reiterate, if you’re in possession of one of the aforementioned devices, have a Winows PC, Mac or Linux operated machine, and jailbreaking your device is your intent, this is what you need to do:
- First things first, upgrade your system: Upgrade your iOS to 9.3.3 since it is the latest – not to mention the safest – installment in the list, equipped with the best security measures against bugs and the like; which thus makes it the most jailbreakable firmware. You will therefore be needing to install this
- Turn off your Find My iPhone and disable your passcode before plugging your device onto your computer using the lightning cable
- Be sure of the fact that your computer has iTunes already installed in it, so that you can download the Pangu jailbreak tool from there. If it isn’t installed, then you can instead “Trust” your computer with your iOS device, and in turn “Trust” your iOS device with iTunes
- Download the Pangu Jailbreak tool/ PP Jailbreak tool installer for Windows from iTunes
- Right Click, then “Run” it as “Administrator”
- At this point Windows will ask you to “Trust” the Publisher. Go with “Yes”
- It might also be that Windows will ask you to trust the app for Windows Firewall; if so, then go ahead and “Trust” it with your system
- After you see the Tool has finished being launched, there will be just one button on the UI – click that to begin the installment of the jailbreaking tool
- Once finished, you’ll probably notice a new app with the symbols “PP” over it – this is your Pangu jailbreak tool
- Once again, Right Click and “Run” as “Administrator”
- The App will require your requirement to run on your PC, go with “Yes” when asked
- The jailbreak tool will now open and try to interface any iOS that are connected to your system
- You’ll be required to click on the green button once your iOS device has been detected
- If this green button is displaying a circle that keeps loading, wait a moment
- When the tool is ready, you will be asked for your Apple ID. Here’s where we recommend a bit of a gamble – that is, create a phony Apple ID to log into the tool with. We did the same. Once the information has been plugged in, you’ll need to click on the green button to log in
- After a wait of a few minutes, you’ll see a Pangu/PP app appear on the Homescreen of your iOS device
- Next, go to your Settings – not the Pangu/PP app, your iPhone’s Settings – and navigate to General > Device Management
- A Profile will appear here – tap on that. Your “Trust” will be required once more – this time a blue button on your screen, tap that. This blue button will be displaying your email address
- A prompt will next pop up, yet another “Trust” requirement will be made – this time, a red button, which of course, you’ll have to tap. Once your “Trusted” your device with the app, go to your Homescreen
- Now, launch the Pangu/PP app that formerly appeared on your Homescreen. You’ll have to “Allow” push notifications – allow them by tapping on the “OK” button
- You’ll see a circle in the app – tap on it, this will in turn transform it into a line of text
- Press your Sleep button once – this will lock your device. In a few moments, a notification will appear on your screen
- You’ll also be notified, in a few minutes via a prompt, that your storage is full. Of course all iPhone users all over the world know this to be perfectly normal: however in this case this is an indicator that Cydia is being installed onto your iOS device – hence a good sign. Once you see Cydia being installed, unlock your device and relaunch the Pangu/PP app
- Normally your device will reboot automatically at this moment. You’ll see Cydia has successfully installed once it turns back on. Cydia will be present on your Home screen
- Once you “Launch” Cydia, it will set to work immediately. It will reload all your files and data and will prep up your filesystem as normally happens in case of a reboot
Congratulations, my friends – you are now using a jailbroken iOS 9.2/9.3.3 device!
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