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Pangu jailbreak for iOS release

Team Pangu has the line-up on an iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak

Team Pangu has the line-up on an iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak

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This is not ‘Nam, there are rules

Team Pangu has announced a jailbreak for 64bit devices running iOS versions 9.2-9.33. That means iPhone 5s, all iPhone 6 models, iPhone SE, iPad mini 2-4, iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro.

Happy devices standing by.

It will be somewhat like an untethered Jailbreak because the device needs to be jailbroken on demand…meaning after a reboot, the iDevice returns to its un-jailbroken state. The user initiates jailbreak via application, then configures the tweaks.
If the device is rebooted, it returns to its un-jailbroken state until it is again jailbroken via application.

> Jailbreak on the demand

The latest Pangu jailbreak tool allows the user to jailbreak iOS devices on the demand. The user can easily jailbreak the iOS devices by running the click-to-jailbreak app, and also easily remove the jailbreak by rebooting the iOS devices. In other words, the user has full control to enable or disable the jailbreak functionality.

Important! Be cautious, incompatible/untested tweaks may brick your iOS devices

Due to the model change of jailbreak, some tweaks may not be able to work on iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3, and even brick your iOS devices. Be cautious with the tweaks you want to install, and make sure you already made a full backup of your iOS devices.

Unable to run Cydia and tweaks after reboot

Reboot will make your iOS devices back to un-jailbroken states.In order to use Cydia and tweaks after a reboot, you need to rerun the jailbreak app.

Jailbreak preparations

We successfully tested our jailbreak tools on all compatible devices, but we highly recommend you make a full backup of your iOS devices before using our tool.

Get the “storage almost full” warning after jailbreak

This warning message does not affect your iOS devices. You can just ignore it.

Unable to Jailbreak

Yes, it may happen. Please reboot and retry.

I guess we will find out what ‘brick’ your device means. I’ve never seen a device ‘bricked’ but I have see a device that needed to be restored to its factory state after a jailbreak didn’t work. I guess we will all find out soon.


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