iOS 9.3.4 has now been released to the public and is available to be downloaded. If you intend to jailbreak your iOS 9.3.3 device,the window to update to will close as soon as Apple stops signing the firmware . after the signing is stopped , neither can you install iOS 9.3.3 , nor can you downgrade iOS 9.3.4 back to iOS 9.3.3 firmware. Follow our iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tutorial below using Pangu and PP Jailbreak tools .
Image : iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Update
One of the biggest questions being asked is when can we jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 ? The last publicly released jailbreak was for iOS 9.1 but today we have some great news for you. Pangu has released a new iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. With the sheer number of updates that Apple was releasing, there was some doubt as to whether we would be able to jailbreak again but, as usual, Pangu has come through with the goods in the form of PPHelper jailbreak tool [links below].
iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Tutorial :
There are three ways to get iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak on your device. The 1st method uses PPHelper from Pangu and requires a computer to jailbreak. The 2nd method requires no computer and can be done directly on the device. 3rd Method uses a new and improved technique to installing jailbreak .ipa file directly on device , but requires a computer. All these methods are listed below with corresponding tutorials for your ease.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
Pangu Team on 24th of July 2016 surprised everyone when they released an all-rounder jailbreak tool that supports iOS 9.3.3 upto iOS 9.2. The name of the jailbreak tool is PPHelper and was co-developed by Pangu and PP Assistant Team from China.
Supported iOS 9.3.3 Devices :
Before you go ahead and try to download the jailbreak tool, you should be aware that you cannot use it if you have a 32-bit device. The tool has only been built for 64-bit devices at the moment and, if your device is not on the following list, you cannot use PPHelper.
- iPhone 5S and newer
- iPad Mini 2 and newer
- iPad Air and newer
- iPad Pro
- iPod Touch 6
Method 2 : Safari Method for iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak
This tutorial works on iOS 9.3.3 for all devices which includes iPhone , iPad and iPod Touch. Make sure you have working internet connection on your device.
- Launch Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad
- Now simply type in this url ios9cydia.com in the address bar and hit go .
- After the webpage loads fully , go to the bottom of the page and tap on the UP arrow as shown in the image here .
- This will bring up the options page where you need to select Add to HomeScreen .
- In the next screen , rename the app icon as Cydia and then tap on Add button
- Now you have Cydia app icon installed on iOS 9.3.3 firmware without having to use a Mac or a PC . Tap on the icon to get the latest about Cydia iOS 9.3.3 app updates directly on device.
Video : Video of the above steps explained step by step
Method 3 : Sideload PPHelper using Cydia Impactor
- Make sure you are running the most up to date version of iTunes on your computer or Mac
- Take a backup of your data through iTunes and or iCloud
- Make sure your device is on the supported list above
- Download iOS 9.3.3 using the iTunes or IPSW method if you haven’t already done so
- Disable Find my iPhone, your passcode and Touch ID
How to Sideload Pangu Jailbreak using Cydia Impactor
- Download and save the following file to your desktop – NvwaStone_1.0.ipa [ link ]
- Install the .ipa file using Cydia Impactor.
- [ after Step 9 ] Come out of Settings and open the Pangu app , it will be on your home screen
- Tap on OK on the message asking if Pangu can send you notifications
- Tap on Start in the Pangu app and lock your device down immediately using the Power button
- When the installation is finished, you will see a notification on your lock screen
- When your device resprings and you are back at your home screen, the jailbreak is complete and you can open Cydia and begin to use it
Whether Apple is going to update iOS 9 any further is anyone’s guess at the moment but, if you don’t need to update beyond iOS 9.3.3, don’t. That way, you can hang on to your jailbreak while taking advantage of the latest bug fixes, for as long as possible.
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