Wednesday, 20 July 2016

How to Jailbreak iOS 9 – 9.0.2 on iPhone and iPad [On Mac and Windows As Well]


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Jailbreaking has always fascinated iOS users. The latest iOS 9 was released, and users across the globe were waiting to jailbreak it. The famous Pangu team has finally released iOS 9 untethered jailbreak for Mac and Windows. Here we will explain how to jailbreak iOS 9.


If you are a diehard fan of jailbreak, here’s good news for you. Jailbreak for iOS 9 is finally available to public. Earlier we had seen video of untethered jailbreak, which was not released to public. Since then, people were waiting for a jailbreak for their iOS 9.
Thanks to the Pangu team, who have finally released a public version tool to jailbreak iOS 9. This tool supports all the iDevices running iOS 9. Pangu tool for Jailbreak is available for both: Windows as well as Mac Users.








How to Jailbreak iOS 9 on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Very first thing is to backup your device completely using iTunes.
Step #2. Now disable Find My Phone from Settings → iCloud → Find My Phone
 → Toggle to Turn Off Find my iPhone.
Step #3. Also disable Touch ID and Passcode from Settings → Touch ID & Passcode 
→ Toggle to turn off Touch ID.
Step #4. Turn On Airplane Mode ON from Settings.
Step #5. Now it’s time to download the Pangu jailbreak tools for Windows 
and For Mac.
Step #6. Connect your device to PC and launch the Pangu tool followed by 
clicking Start button.
Step #7. Your device will now reboot, once the device is started, Pangu will 
again ask you to put your device in Airplane Mode. The process will continue only
after you toggle on the Airplane Mode.
Step #8. Wait for some time and open the Pangu app on your device after you see a
message on your PC.
Step #9. The Pangu app will ask for permission to access your Photo Library; tap on 
Accept button to continue.
Step # 10. Tap OK when you see a message, “Pangu Would Like to Access 
Your Photos”.
Step #11. After this, your device will reboot again. You can now disable Airplane Mode 
and run the Cydia app.

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