This video will demonstrate how to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu on a Mac, Windows, or Linux.
- Download the Pangu jailbreak app (NvwaStone_1.1.ipa) from pangu.io.
- Download the version of “Cydia Impactor” that works with your workstation.
- Connect your iOS device to your workstation.
- Run the “Cydia Impactor” tool and ensure that it sees your iOS device.
- Drop the Pangu.ipa (NvwaStone_1.0.ipa) file on the “Cydia Impactor” tool.
- Click the “OK” button on the “Apple Developer Warning” box that appears.
- 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.
- The Pangu app will now appear on your iOS device.
- Go to “Settings” -> “General” -> “Device Management” and tap the “Developer App” email address associated with your Apple ID.
- Tap “Trust” twice to enable the app to run.
- Go back to the “Home” screen, launch the Pangu app on your iOS device, and tap “OK” when it asks for access to “Notifications”.
- Tap “Start” on the Pangu app and lock your device, when prompted.
- You should receive a notification, followed by a respring (restart).
- 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