- 1 Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 On Windows Or Mac Using Pangu And Cydia Impactor
- 1.1 Requirements For Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3:
- 1.2 How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2- 9.3.3 Using English version of Pangu app and Cydia Impactor [Windows]
Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 On Windows Or Mac Using Pangu And Cydia Impactor
The Pangu team has just released an english version of jailbreak tool to jailbreak iOS 9.2-9.3.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch which depends on Saurik’s Cydia Impactor tool to sign the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak onto your device. Pangu now supports Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
Cydia Impactor is a GUI based tool used to sign the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak to install and execute it on iOS devices. The good thing is that the tool works on all major operating system including Windows, Mac and Linux, unlike the Chinese version of the jailbreak which is limited to Windows OS.
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Requirements For Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3:
- Backup your device.
- Supported device: 64-bit devices (iPhone 5s, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPad Air 2 & 1, 12.9-inch & 9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, 3, 2, and iPod touch 6).
- Supported firmware: iOS 9.2-9.3.3. We recommend updating to iOS 9.3.3: Download iOS 9.3.3 IPSW For iPhone And iPad [Final Version].
- Access to the Pangu jailbreak IPA file (NvwaStone_1.0.ipa) and Saurik’s Cydia Impactor utility for Windows or Mac. You can get both from here: Download Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak For Windows, Mac, Linux [English Version].
- Disable Passcode/TouchIDFind/My iPhone on the device.
- Windows or Mac computer with latest version of iTunes installed.
- Valid Apple ID: Free from appleid.apple.com, or paid Apple Developer account from developer.apple.com.
Before starting the jailbreak process, take note of the following important points:
- Pangu supports 64-bit devices such as:
- iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE
- iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Pro
- iPod Touch 6G
- Pangu jailbreak works on iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3.2 & iOS 9.3.3.
- Pangu is a free jailbreak tool.
- Pangu jailbreak is semi-tethered and requires you to run the jailbreak app on your device every time it reboots.
- The jailbreak can be done using Windows, Mac or Linux computer.
- Make sure to take a complete backup of your iOS device using iTunes or iCloud so that you can restore your data later in case something goes wrong during the jailbreak process.
- If you’re on the fence and not sure if you should jailbreak your device, then check our post on some of the tops reasons to jailbreak iOS 9.1.
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Important: This jailbreak requires that you re-execute the jailbreak after each reboot. Do not delete the Pangu app off your device. You will need to re-open it and tap the circle after every restart.
These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone on iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu and Cydia Impactor for Mac.
Step 1: Downloads pangu from below and download the Pangu jailbreak .iPA file and Cydia Impactor tool for Windows, Mac or Linux.
PP Helper 18.104.22.1682 (Win):pphelper_22.214.171.1242_25pp_00119_Setup[info]
Pangu9 1.3.0 (Win): Pangu9_v1.3.0.exe [Mirror]
Pangu9 1.1.0 (Mac): Pangu9_mac_v1.1.0.dmg [Mirror]
Pangu9 (Atv) 1.0: Pangu9_ATV_v1.0.zip
Pangu9 1.2.0 (Win): Pangu9_v1.2.0.exe [Mirror]
Pangu9 1.0.0 (Mac): Pangu9_mac_v1.0.0.dmg [Mirror]
Pangu9 1.1.0 (Win): Pangu9_v1.1.0.exe [Mirror]
Pangu9 1.0.1 (Win): Pangu9_v1.0.1.exe [Mirror]
Pangu9 1.0.0 (Win): Pangu9_v1.0.0.exe [Mirror]
Pangu8 1.0.0 (Mac): Pangu8_v1.0.0.dmg [Mirror 1]
Pangu8 1.2.1 (Windows): Pangu8_v1.2.1.exe.zip [Mirror 1]
Pangu8 1.2.0 (Windows): Pangu8_v1.2.0.exe.zip [Mirror 1]
Pangu8 1.1.0 (Windows): Pangu8_v1.1.0.exe.zip [Mirror 1]
Pangu8 1.0.1 (Windows): Pangu8_v1.0.1.exe.zip [Mirror 1]
Pangu8 1.0.0 (Windows): Pangu8_v1.0.0.exe.zip *Warning this version may be unstable or have bugs as it has been pulled from Pangu.io.
Pangu 1.2.1 (Windows): Pangu_v1.2.1.exe.zip [Mirror 1] [Mirror 2] *There is no 1.2.1 version for Mac
Pangu 1.2 (Windows): Pangu_v1.2.exe.zip [Mirror 1] [Mirror 2]
Pangu 1.2 (Mac): Pangu_v1.2.dmg [Mirror 1] [Mirror 2]
Pangu 1.1 (Windows): Pangu_v1.1.exe.zip [Mirror 1] [Mirror 2]
Pangu 1.1 (Mac): Pangu_v1.1.dmg [Mirror 1] [Mirror 2]
Pangu 1.0 (Windows): Pangu_v1.0.exe.zip [Mirror 1] [Mirror 2]
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Step 2: Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer via a USB cable.
Step 3: On your computer, open Cydia Impactor software.
Step 4: If an Apple Developer warning appears, click Ok.
Step 5: You’ll be asked to enter your Apple ID, which will be used to create a free Apple developer certificate for signing the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak. If you’re not comfortable providing it then the best thing to do is to create a new Apple ID and use that instead.
Step 6: Enter your Apple ID password and press Ok.
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Step 7: Cydia Impactor will start to install the Pangu jailbreak app onto your device and will take a few minutes to complete. During the process, if you get a keychain message like below, click on the Allow button.
Step 8: Once the jailbreak app is installed, Cydia Impactor will go back to the default screen as shown in Step 3. On your device, go to the Home screen and if you see the Pangu jailbreak app then it means that it has been installed successfully.
Step 9: Go to Settings -> General -> Device Management and you should see a developer profile with the Apple ID you provided.
Step 10: Open the developer profile and tap on the Trust button. If a confirmation prompt appears, press Trust.
Step 11: Go back to the Home screen and launch the Pangu app. If you get a notifications popup, make sure to accept it by pressing the Ok button.
Step 12: Tap on the Start button and then lock your device.
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Step 13: Pangu will now start the jailbreak process. After it’s completed, your device will respring automatically. Keep your device locked at all times until the jailbreak is finished and your device is restarted.
Once the jailbreak is done and your device restarts, go to the Home screen and you should see Cydia installed, which means that the jailbreak completed successfully. Cydia will take some time “Preparing filesystem” when you launch it for the first time. It will exit after it is done, and respring your device.
Since the jailbreak is semi-tethered, you’ll have to use the Pangu jailbreak app to re-jailbreak your device every time it reboots. In case you delete the app, you can follow the same steps above to install it again.
The free Apple developer certificate, used to sign the jailbreak app, lasts for only 7 days from the time it was created. After it expires, if you want to re-jailbreak, you can’t use the Pangu jailbreak app. So first remove it from your device and follow the above steps again to reinstall and use it.
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How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2- 9.3.3 Using English version of Pangu app and Cydia Impactor [Windows]
These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone on iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu and Cydia Impactor for Windows.
Step 1: Make sure to backup your device using iCloud or iTunes and update to iOS 9.3.3 if possible.
Step 2: Download the latest Pangu jailbreak IPA from Above and Cydia Impactor from here and save them to a folder on your computer.
Step 3: Right click the Impactor zip and extract the archive.
Step 4: Launch Impactor from the extracted folder. DO NOT Run as Administrator.
- Click Run if asked to confirm.
Step 5: Connect your iPhone to your computer via USB and making sure to select Trust it prompted.
- Drag and drop the NvwaStone IPA downloaded earlier into the Cydia Impactor app.
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Step 6: You will be asked to enter your Apple ID and password. This is used to sign the IPA, letting it run on your device. Unfortunately, if you are not a developer, the signed IPA is only valid for seven days. If you are a developer signing the IPA with your own developer certification will allow it to run for one year.
Step 7: Cydia Impactor will now display a warning to developers that using the app will revoke and replace any existing Apple Developer certificate associated with your account, which may (or may not: I honestly don’t know much about official Apple development work) have some complicated effect on your workflow if you are an Apple Developer. Click OK.
Step 8: Cydia Impactor will sign the IPA and install the new Pangu jailbreak app on your device.
Step 9:Once the app has successfully downloaded to your device you must trust the developer profile created under your email address.
- Tap Settings, then General, then Device Management.
- Select your email from the Device Management menu
- Tap Trust (your email)
- Click the Trust button from the popup that appears
Step 10: Return to the Home screen and launch the Pangu app. When asked to allow push notifications, click OK. Then press the Start button.
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Step 11: Manually lock your screen and then wait for 6 seconds. You will receive a push notification that says your device has been jailbroken successfully.
Step 12: Unlock your device, reentering the Pangu app. It is preparing the jailbreak environment and installing Cydia. When complete, your device will respring with Cydia on the Springboard!
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A big thanks goes out to the Pangu Team and all the others who had a hand in creating this jailbreak. It’s quite easy to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using English version with Pangu as well as Cydia Impactor. Head over the jump to find out.