Tuesday, March 15, 2016

How To Install Pangu iOS 9.1 Jailbreak Tool On iPhone

If you planned to liberate your device then it is possible to install Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak on iPhone via direct link provided in our post below. As it become known Chinese jailbreaking team Pangu has just released an update for its tool, making it capable of working with iOS devices running iOS 9.0 through to 9.1. Furthermore, the hacking group says that it will launch a jailbreak for the fourth-generation Apple TV this week.

This recently released jailbreak tool supports both Windows and Mac, but there is a little so to say problem as the iOS 9.1 jailbreak works only with 64-bit versions of iOS devices. This means only the iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6/ 6 Plus and iPhone 5s, and iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4/3/2 and iPad Pro are compatible with the new jailbreak software. All supported iDevices must run on iOS 9.1 firmware and not the latter versions that Apple has launched in the recent weeks.

How To Install iOS 9.1 Jailbreak On iPhone

Step1. Using this direct link (for Mac users, for Windows users) download Pangu jailbreak for your iOS 9 iPhone.

Step 2. Disable Find My iPhone, Passcode and Touch ID, and enable Airplane mode.

Step 3. Now connect your iOS 9.1 iPhone to your PC and click Start within the Pangu jailbreak tool to initiate the jailbreaking process.

Step 4. You’ll see a warning page about backing up your device before you begin, but if you already did this, just click Already backup.

It is important to say that during the installation, the your iDevice would reboot automatically and prompt you to unlock your iPhone and enable Airplane Mode. The installation will continue after you follow the instructions.

Step 5. You’ll eventually be asked to launch the Pangu app, click Accept, and then allow the app to access the Photos app on your iPhone.

Step 6. Eventually, Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak on iPhone installation process will be finished and your iDevice will reboot for one last time. The Pangu tool will tell you that your device is “Already Jailbroken”. You should see the Cydia icon on your iPhone's home screen.