iOS Jailbreak: Alright for those who previously had the Chinese version of Pangu and wanted to get the English version of Pangu app. And you want to install the English version on your device it’s an easy as deleting the application and then following the exact same steps I’m about to go over to install the new English Pangu IPA now we can go over and proceed.
We are only going to need two things to install which is the actual IPA or the application file that we’re going to be installing on our device to jailbreak with the second of which is going to be Impactor this is what we’re going to use to fully install the app on to our device and essentially we’re going to be side loading the app using the ones Apple’s own features that was introduced in the iOS 9 the ability to sign your own applications using any Apple ID without the required developer account so that means.
- Number 1 you will have to actually resign the application every seven day’s so you’ll need to plug your device into your computer and follow these steps actually to install this app or IPA using Impactor.
- Number 2 if you do have a developer account you will be able to keep the app on your device for 365 days again these rules are put in place by Apple themselves Pangu actually utilizing this method of App distribution so they don’t have to burn through another exploit it’s really rather clever it saves time on their part and allows them to work on the next iOS 10 Jailbreak.
Alright, so with all of that being said you’re going to need those two downloaded for either Mac or Windows
[iOS Jailbreak] Before Jailbreaking – OTA Updates
If you updated to the current iteration of iOS 9 your device is running, whether it’s iOS 9.2, 9.2.1, 9.3, 9.3.1, 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3, via Apple’s built-in OTA (over-the-air) update feature – you need to follow these simple steps:
1. Backup inside of iTunes.
2. Restore to iOS 9.3.2 (provided iOS 9.3.3 is still the latest public firmware).
3. Restore from your backup that was created in the first step and continue with the remainder of this guide.
As a prelude, it’s highly recommended that you watch the above video in its entirety, as it will ensure the success of your iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak when followed to the letter.
How To iOS Jailbreak 9.3.3 [Latest Method]
Step 1. Confirm that you’ve downloaded all of the necessary components (Cydia Impactor and the latest Pangu jailbreak IPA) from the below download section and that you’re running the latest version of iTunes.
Step 2. Either unzip Cydia Impactor on Windows or copy the app to your Applications folder on Mac OS X and run the tool
Note: Mac users may have to allow running applications from sources outside of the App Store in System Preferences > Security & Privacy before opening.
Step 3. Drag the Pangu NvwaStone_1.0.ipad into the Cydia impactor interface and click the “Start” button.
Step 4. Input your Apple ID and passcode when prompted (this is just to sign the app and get it onto your device – don’t worry, Saurik has confirmed that the info is passed straight to Apple and not through a third-party server).
Step 5. If you receive an “Apple Developer Warning”, simply click “OK”. This alert simply pops up if you have previous developer certificates associated with your Apple ID; Impactor needs to revoke them to sign the app properly.
Step 6. Trust the development profile inside of Settings > General > Device Management.
Step 7. Launch the PP app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, enable push notifications, and tap the start button in the middle of the app to proceed with the jailbreak. After roughly 5 seconds, lock your device and wait for it to respring.
Important Note: While you can press the home button to view the push notification status of the jailbreak (if it mentions Cydia, you’re golden), do not unlock and/or close the app.
iOS Jailbreak 9.3.3 [Latest Method]
Next you’ll need to learn how to reboot following the success of your semi untethered jailbreak on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch!