Pangu Team has just released the English version of iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The tool supports 64-bit devices and comes just days after the Chinese version of the jailbreak was made available to users.
We’ve published a tutorial on how to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 with the English Pangu jailbreak tool.
The jailbreak tool can be run on both Mac, Windows, and even Linux, but still only supports 64-bit devices. Nevertheless, it’ll still jailbreak any firmware in between iOS 9.2-9.3.3.
The Chinese jailbreak tool requires users to use the Windows-based 25PP software to install the jailbreak app onto their devices. However, the English version depends on Saurik’s ‘Cydia Impactor’ tool, which works on Windows, Mac and Linux computers. This tool is used to sign the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak so that it can be installed and executed on iOS devices.
Additionally, the app is still semi-untethered, just like the Chinese version of the jailbreak was. This means you have to run the jailbreak app from your Home screen after every reboot in order to access Cydia and your jailbreak tweaks.
The jailbreak will only work for 64-bit devices including:
- iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE
- iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Pro
- iPod Touch 6G
Please note that 32-bit devices like the iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, and iPhone 5c are not supported by this jailbreak, and it’s unknown if they will be added for support in the near future or not.
Saurik made comments on Reddit recently noting that doing so would require twice the work, so it’s likely that Pangu might leave them out entirely, or 32-bit support could come along in the distant future after all of the initial bugs have been ironed out. That much is still unclear.
- Download Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3
If you have already jailbroken your iOS 9.3.3 device then you don’t need to jailbreak it again using the English version. Are you going to jailbeak now that an English tool is out to the public? Share in the comments!