After all of the fake jailbreak announcements and critics slating it day in and day out, you would have been forgiven if you thought the jailbreak was a thing of the past. However, if you’re a member of the jailbreak community, there’s a good chance the thought never entered your mind. Instead, like the rest of those who love the freedom that jailbreaking brings, you may have been continually optimistic that one day someone somewhere would create a workable jailbreak!
Another iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak method
So in a follow-up to an article I wrote earlier titled “How-To Jailbreak iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3 With Pangu Tool,” I am going to tell you all about how Totoateam has managed to pack the PanGu jailbreak I wrote about in a way that means it can be installed on a compatible device using the Safari browser. And that is without ever needing to touch a computer at all! The package is installed directly onto the iOS device.
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Seeing as the software I am talking about here is basically the same as the PanGu software, it is compatible with all of the same 64-bit devices:
- iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE
- iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 1, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro (both models)
- iPod touch 6
How to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3
Please make sure that you back up all of the data on your device before you begin the jailbreak process. To do this, you can use either iTunes or iCloud.
You should also remove all passcodes from your device; this includes Touch ID and disabling Find My iPhone. I also think it best that you upgrade your device to the latest version of iOS 9.3.3 before starting this process.
Step 1: Launch the Safari browser on your device and go to: https://www.birdflightapp.com/apps/6159/app-builds/TTJailbreak/public
Step 2: Next, tap on the install app button, and then on install when prompted to do so. All you have to do now is wait for the PP app to be installed.
Step 3: When the PP app is installed and appears on the Home screen of your device, go to Settings –> General –> Device Management and then trust the certificate that pops up from AKRAM AL NEAMI BUILDING MATERIALS TRADING CO (L.L.C).
Step 4: Next, launch the PP app and accept the prompt to allow push notifications. Then uncheck the PP checkbox.
Step 5: On your screen you should now see a big blue circle. Tap in the center of it, and when the jailbreak process begins, put your device to sleep manually using the sleep/power button. This will help to ensure that the jailbreak process is a smooth one.
Step 6: All you have to do now is be patient and wait for a notification to appear on the lock screen of your device telling you that your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch has been successfully jailbroken. As soon as you see this notification, you can unlock your device. At this point, you should still be inside the PP app, and it should have started to configure Cydia and its environment.
Once you have Cydia ready, your device will reboot automatically, and when restarted, you should have Cydia installed.
One last piece of information I feel I should share with you is the fact that this jailbreak is semi-untethered / tethered, and this means that you will need to re-jailbreak your device each and every time it reboots. However, it is not as bad as it sounds, as all you really need to do is re-run the PP app to reinitiate the jailbreak.
You will find the instructions on how to do that here.