How to Fix “provision.cpp:150” Error in Cydia Impactor When Jailbreaking iOS 9.3.3 Using Pangu


jailbreak ios 9.3.3

As opposed to the previous jailbreaks, the Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is a semi-tethered jailbreak that works quite differently than the older tools and is a little less convenient. The initial release contained many bugs, most of which were ironed out in subsequent updates.

However, some errors that appear during the jailbreak isn’t due to a bug in the jailbreak tool, but is rather related to your device configuration. An example is the “provision.cpp:150” error which some users, including our own readers, have been getting after inputing their Apple ID credentials in Cydia Impactor.

The reason behind this error is because two-factor authentication is enabled for your Apple ID account, therefore you’ll have to generate and use an “app-specific password”. To find out how to bypass “provision.cpp:150” error in Cydia Impactor, read the guide below.

How to Fix “provision.cpp:150” Error in Cydia Impactor

Step 1: Head to https://appleid.apple.com and log into your Apple ID account.

Step 2: Scroll down to the Security section and click on the Edit button.

Apple ID Security Section

Step 3: In this section, find the “APP-SPECIFIC PASSWORDS” part and then click on Generate Password.

Step 4: Enter a name for the password, which could be anything like “PanguJailbreak” and then click on the Create button.

Step 5: Copy the password that is generated.

Step 6: Now, when Cydia Impactor asks you to enter your Apple ID password, use the password generated in the last step.

Doing so will not display the “provision.cpp:150” error in Cydia Impactor. It will authenticate your account successfully and proceed with the jailbreak.

An alternative option is to disable two-password authentication temporarily. Once you’re done with the jailbreak, you can enable it again.

Now that you’ve jailbroken your device, make sure to read our iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak FAQ where you’ll find the answers to most of your questions and problems.

Let us know how the process goes in the comments below.

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