Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Mac, Windows, or Linux – Pangu



This video will demonstrate how to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu on a Mac, Windows, or Linux.

  1. Download the Pangu jailbreak app (NvwaStone_1.1.ipa) from pangu.io.
  2. Download the version of “Cydia Impactor” that works with your workstation.
  3. Connect your iOS device to your workstation.
  4. Run the “Cydia Impactor” tool and ensure that it sees your iOS device.
  5. Drop the Pangu.ipa (NvwaStone_1.0.ipa) file on the “Cydia Impactor” tool.
  6. Click the “OK” button on the “Apple Developer Warning” box that appears.
  7. When requested, enter your Apple ID email address and password. If this is a regular non-developer Apple ID, then the Pangu app will be available to run for a maximum of 7 days. Paid Apple developers have access to the app for a full year.
  8. The Pangu app will now appear on your iOS device.
  9. Go to “Settings” -> “General” -> “Device Management” and tap the “Developer App” email address associated with your Apple ID.
  10. Tap “Trust” twice to enable the app to run.
  11. Go back to the “Home” screen, launch the Pangu app on your iOS device, and tap “OK” when it asks for access to “Notifications”.
  12. Tap “Start” on the Pangu app and lock your device, when prompted.
  13. You should receive a notification, followed by a respring (restart).
  14. Once the respring is completed, unlock your device and you will see Cydia on your “Home” screen.

NOTE:  Since this is a semi-tethered iOS jailbreak, you’ll have to re-run the Pangu app on your device to re-enable the iOS jailbreak after every reboot



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