The day has finally come! We can now officially jailbreak almost any of our devices using the new Pangu jailbreak. Here’s how to jailbreak iOS 9 using Pangu!
- Supported Devices:
- iPhone 6S
- iPhone 6S Plus
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 5S
- iPhone 5C
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4S
- iPad (2, 3, 4, Air, Air 2, mini 1, mini 2, mini 3)
- iPod touch 5
- Supported Firmwares:
- iOS 9.0.2
- iOS 9.0.1
- iOS 9.0
BEFORE YOU JAILBREAK, MAKE SURE THESE CONDITIONS ARE MET:
- Do a backup to your computer in iTunes
- Turn OFF Find My iPhone
- Log OUT of iCloud
- Remove any passcode/Touch ID from your device
- Make sure you have a bit of space on your iDevice (don’t do this if your device’s storage is almost full)
- Ensure your device is trusted by your computer
- Put your device into Airplane mode
- This only currently works on Windows (8 and 10) machines right now
- Make SURE that you have iTunes 12.3 installed
Steps to Jailbreak iOS 9 on Windows:
- Download the Pangu Jailbreak tool here
- Connect your device to your computer. Make sure it’s Trusted. If iTunes pops up, close it.
- Find where you downloaded Pangu, right-click on it, select “Run as Administrator”.
- Unplug your device, and then re-plug it in. Close iTunes again if it pops up.
- Click the “Jailbreak” button to begin jailbreaking your device. This process will only take a couple minutes. Follow all of the instructions that Pangu prompts you to do. (Like re-enabling airplane mode when it asks you to, opening the Pangu app, and enabling it access to photos).
- You’re done! Your device will reboot and you should be good to go. When you unlock your device, you should see Cydia. If you don’t, and you only see the Pangu app, just repeat the steps above ^. It took us two tries, it’s not big deal.
- Now find Cydia and open it for the first time to load everything up.
- Now install any/all updates within Cydia.
- Next, search within Cydia for “Cydia Substrate” and install that.
- That’s all! You’re now finished.
Enjoy! Let us know if you have any questions!
Please note we are not responsible for anything that happens to your device by following this information. This is for educational purposes only.