If you were one of those folks who were waiting for the official release of the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 then I’ve the good news for you. Pangu just now released the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, mind you this is the official jailbreak not the jailbreak that was available some days ago. If you are looking for the guide on how to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 then you have landed at the right spot. Let’s take a look at the details for Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3.
Official Pangu Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3
There are important things that you should know about this official jailbreak from Pangu. Let’s note them down.
- It requires you to have Cydia impactor tool (which has been officially developed by Saurik) from cydiaimpactor.com.
- You can jailbreak a limited number of your iOS devices this is based on what kind of Apple ID you have. Developers can jailbreak and maintain their jailbreak for a longer period of time.
- A certificate will be generated, if you have a normal Apple ID it will last for seven days while a developer one will last for one year.
- You will have to jailbreak IPA again if your certificate expires.
Guide for jailbreaking iOS 9.3.3
Step 1: Download Cydia impactor.
Step 2 : Download Pangu jailbreak.
Step 3: Connect the Apple device you want to jailbreak (all 64-bit iOS devices can be jailbroken). Simple words if it runs on iOS 9.3.3 then it can be jailbroken.
Step 4: Open Cydia impactor and run it. Drag the downloaded file in step 2 to the impactor.
Step 5: Click ok and enter your Apple ID and password. This will generate the certificate which will be used later.
Step 6: Head over to Settings > General > Device Management. Under your Apple ID you will see the certificate. Click on it and ‘trust’ the certificate. If faced an error here, check the error section below.
Step 7: On your iOS device. Look for the Pangu app and run it.
Step 8: Click the jailbreak button and follow on-screen instructions.
If you have followed the instructions correctly your iOS device will be jailbroken.
Pangu Jailbreak Errors
- You are not likely to face any errors while jailbreaking but if you do then it might be related to your Apple ID which you would have entered in step 4 and step 5. Make sure you have entered the details correctly.
- As I mentioned above if your certificate expires you will have to re-jailbreak it, using the steps above.
- If you are facing more problems even if you have correctly entered Apple ID and password, then you might have to use another Apple ID to generate a certificate.
- According to some people Apple has started revoking certificates due to Pangu. If that happens, head over to our home page for more details.
If you have any questions, drop a comment below.