Tag: how to jailbreak iOS 9.1 using pangu 9 1.3.0
Most awaited iOS 9.1 jailbreak tool has dropped by Pangu with much-needed stability improvements to the untether for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running on iOS 9. According to the Pangu official changelog, the Pangu update jailbreak edition v1.3.0 is now available for both windows and v1.1.1 for mac OS X. It brings supports for the iPad Pro and 64-bit devices which include iPhone 6s, 6s plus, iPhone 5s, iPad Mini 4, 3, 2, iPad Air 1 and iPad Air 2 but excludes older 32-bit. However, as the official changelog, we seem that the updating to the iOS 9.1 jailbreak should help improve rooting issues. Free download Pangu 9 v1.3.0 latest version from Pangu’s official page, they offer a downloading links for both windows and mac without any cost of the fee.
Pangu team has noted that they used kernel bug from Lokihardt to exploit iOS 9.1 for updating their Pangu jailbreak tool and but is already patched by apple in iOS 9.2. So actually, Pangu has out the tool to public in suitable time, because the new update useless for above versions of iOS 9.1.
Important Message For Already Jailbroken iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
As you know that, in the recently day, Pangu was released most awaited jailbreak utility for iOS 9 to iOS 9.0.2 iOS devices users. After its official release, the rate of Pangu 9 tool download has risen. So sometimes now you have already jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Then you do not need to re-jailbreak your device from scratch. Simply open the cydia and get the latest updated version 1.3 of Pangu 9.0.x untethered package with all the new patches and fixes.
For Users Who are Jailbreaking iOS 9.1 In First Time
If this is your first time of jailbreaking iOS 9.1, then you can download Pangu 9 v1.3.0 from Pangu’s page as I mentioned above and then follow our complete tutorial to jailbreak iOS 9.1 on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch :
Here is the updated Pangu v1.3.0 interface :
Here is the updated pangu 9.0.x untethered package looks like :
We know that some users upgraded their iOS devices to latest iOS versions because they did not expect the real tool for iOS 9.1 and it stayed for a long time as the non-jailbroken version. It is feel so sad that apple has officially stopped digitally signing its iOS 9.1 firmware, it means that downgrade iOS 9.2 firmware to the earlier iOS 9.1 is impossible for those who have gone thorough that upgrading process.
If you have stuck on iOS 9.2, then I think that it may not be for the long-term, because still, the team TaiG has confirmed that they are working for iOS 9.2. However, you should know that you can’t downgrade now your updated iOS devices unless iOS 9.1, to get Cydia with the latest Pangu v1.3 untethered package.