How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu, No Computer Required [VIDEO]

For the jailbreakers out there, the Pangu Team released a semi-tethered jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 and iOS 9.3.2 on the weekend.

Semi-tethered means if you reboot your device (or run out of battery), the jailbreak will be removed. However, in order to get this jailbreak back, you don’t require a computer as you just need to re-run the Pangu jailbreak app on your iOS device.

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The following jailbreak only works for iPhone 5S and above (64-bit devices), iPad Air and iPad mini 2 and above. As with any new jailbreak tool release, Pangu has released a PC version first, and so far it’s only in Chinese. Click here to download it.

The following video by EverythingApplePro shows the step-by-step process. Users are required to run the Pangu tool on their PC, following the steps, and even requiring entering in their Apple ID credentials, which is something we would advise against.

Check out the video below:

Now, the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak can also be jailbroken without a computer, too, similar to Comex’s JailbreakMe Safari browser exploit from ages ago.

All you have to do is visit http://webflames.net/Jailbreak/ and do the following steps, according to the website:

1. Install the app

2. Trust the certificate

3. Open the app

4. Press on the check box to uncheck the option below the circle, then press the circle in the middle of the screen

5. Press the power button once to turn off the screen

6. Let notifications popup, and wait for the device to reboot automatically

7. After the reboot, check to see if Cydia has been installed

Again, the jailbreak can be shady as you are asked to trust a random certificate to be installed on your device, but this method does not ask for Apple ID credentials.

Here’s a video of the process below:

Again, if you’re into jailbreaking and the potential risks involved, these are two ways to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 right now. Expect an English version of the tool to come soon, and a version for Mac users as well. But with all fresh jailbreaks, it’s best to wait a few days or even a week to try it, to let bugs and other issues smooth out.

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  • Jay

    Finally! Phone has been jailbroken since last year, but have been running iOS 9.0.2. Will wait a week or 2 (hopefully a english and mac version will be out by then). 🙂

  • Michal

    was on 9.0.2 as well – 9.3.3 feels noticeably more stable…. also new / updated Rogers carrier settings were finally applied. Connection quality went up.
    If you missed the initial rollout though, the certificate which signs the IPA package deployed to phone will expire within 7 days. Apple revoked Pangu cert. So if you have a normal, non DEV account, it only lasts 7 days.

    This simply means that if you reboot (note, its not same as respring) after 7 days, you will need to re-sign / re-install the JB app.
    Key is to find someone with a developer account 🙂

    Re-jailbreaking takes a minute or two at most, so not a big deal… but would rather not have to re-install the JB app.

  • 1His_Nibs1

    With Apple Pay…..I’m now leery to jailbreak my phone and give who knows what kind of information to a group of Chinese hackers.