How to Remove the PP App Store App From Your Jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 Device

If you have jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with the new PanGu tool for iOS 9, you may end up with a third-party application store that you don’t really want on your device.

This is essentially a third-party app store meant for Chinese users as it is written in Chinese language. This store offers pirated copies of paid and free apps. If you want to get rid of the PP App Store from your device, then all you need to do is follow some simple instructions. Here in this post we will show you how you can remove the PP Store from your iOS device after jailbreaking with PanGu for iOS 9.3.3.

Why to remove the third-party app store:

The third-party app store that comes installed on many of these China-based jailbreaks has long been connected to the roots of app piracy, and you may also even end up installing an app that has malware built into it.

For this reason, it’s best to simply remove the third-party app store from your iOS device after you jailbreak it with the latest Pangu jailbreak tool for Windows, or from the web with a web-based jailbreak.

Remove PP App Store after PanGu jailbreak

  1. On your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch launch Cydia and tap on the ‘Installed‘ button from the button bar.
  2. From the list of installed packages scroll down to the ‘P‘ section, where you will find PP app store. Tap on it.PP Store remove
  3. Now from the next page tap on the ‘Remove‘ button from top right corner of the screen.PP Store Remove (1)
  4. Cydia will ask for confirmation before initiating the removal, simply click on ‘Confirm‘ button.PP Store Remove (2)
  5. Once the PP Store is removed you will see the ‘Return to Cydia’ button. Tap on it.

That’s it. Now the Chinese pirated app store will be removed and you can freely use you jailbroken iOS device just like normal. It is a good idea to remove the PP Store from your device as it does not add any value to it despite being installed during the jailbreak process. It not only takes up space on your homescreen by being another icon that you will never use but can also be annoying to someone who is against piracy of apps.

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