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Jailbreak iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu Tutorial

Yes, Jailbreak fans Pangu cracked the code again and hacked into Apple’s iOS. Out of nowhere Pangu team released the iOS 9.3.3 down to iOS 9.2 Jailbreak. Not only it jailbreaks the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch it allows anyone to download cydia and install jailbreak tweaks. Just available for windows now, it will take a while for Pangu to port to MacOS. Just imagine all the tweaks and cheats that will be available for Pokemon GO in Cydia’s App Store. For now is just a tethered/semi-jailbreak.

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Compatible devices

  • iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus
  • iPod touch 6,
  • iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 1, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 10, iPad Pro 13

Compatible iOS versions

  • iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1
  • iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3.2, iOS 9.3.3

Before you proceed:

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3 with Pangu Guide

  1. Connect the device to your computer
  2. Right click on the app and select Run as administrator
  3. Click on the middle button that is written in Chinese
  4. Now PP Helper 5.0 will be installed
  5. Go back to your Desktop and right click and select Run as administrator on the PP Helper 5.0 shortcut
  6. Click on that big green button
  7. You’ll be prompted to enter a captcha code
  8. After entering the Captcha code wait for PP Helper 5.0 to finish installing a profile on your device
  9. You’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID and password at some point(Pangu is using this sign the app)
  10. PP will start installing on your device. After this is complete on iOS 9.3.3 go to Settings / General / Device Management and for iOS 9.3.2 go to Settings / General / Profile and trust the developer.
  11. Open the PP app and accept push notifications
  12. Tap on the BIG CIRCLE to install Cydia
  13. Lock your device by hitting the power button you’ll get a notification in Chinese saying you successfully jailbroken your iDevice.
  14. After unlocking your device you’ll be again in PP. PP will finish installing Cydia at this point and when it finishes it will restart your device.

The tethered mode means after you restart your device you have to jailbreak again in order to get full access to the root user. This doesn’t mean you’ll have to do this procure again or lose cydia or any installed tweaks. After any restart launch PP and tap on the Big Circle, that’s it.

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Flying JB Demo Jaibreak iOS 9.2.1

Min Zheng the Chinese Hacker known as @SparkZheng has posted on his YouTube channel a working iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak that the calls Flying JB.

SparkZheng isn’t the only jailbreak developer that theses us with jailbreak tools. In his demo he successfully jailbreaked an iPhone 5C running on iOS 9.2.1.

After he gains root access to the device he installs a Terminal App that allows him to run sudo commands.

For this project he credited Eakerqiu and Ceredlog. He stated on his blog that Flying JB has roots from inpuTbag(Tbag character from Prison Break), and is based on the HeapOverFlow kernel vulnerability. Apple patched this exploit in iOS 9.3.2 so the JB procedure no longer works.

It seems that hackers are now constantly figuring new jailbreak opportunities but no one has released a public tool. As in other industries companies pay hackers to crack their software, servers or networks to build a more robust system.

We don’t know if a jailbreak will be available soon or the hackers/jb developers are starting to work for Apple and these Demos are just to help selling vulnerabilities to Apple.

Also keep in mind that the iPhone 5c has a 32bit CPU that runs a different version of iOS not like iPhone 5S and above.

Also a GUI version is not available, so to jailbreak with this procedure you must know your way around command line in IOS.

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