How to Jailbreak iPhone or iPad on iOS 9.3.3 With Pangu 1.1 [English]


Pangu Jailbreak iOS 9.2 - iOS 9.3.3

Yesterday, Pangu released version 1.1 update of their jailbreak tool that provides an option to get a 1 year enterprise certificate, which lasts up to April 2017. That means you no longer have to re-install the Pangu jailbreak app every week to renew its certificate.

If you’d like to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch on iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu 1.1 and get a 1 year enterprise certificate, then follow the guide below to get started.

If you’re already jailbroken, you have to first delete the PP/Pangu app from your device. To do so, tap and hold on the app until it enters jiggle mode and then tap on the ‘X’ button to remove it. Cydia and tweaks will still remain. Reboot your device to disable the jailbreak and then follow the guide below to get the latest Pangu 1.1 jailbreak with a 1 year certificate.

Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 With Pangu 1.1

Step 1: Dowload the latest version of Pangu from our downloads page along with Cydia Impactor tool.

Step 2: Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer via USB.

Step 3: Launch Cydia Impactor software.

cydia impactor

Step 4: Locate the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak (NvwaStone_1.1.ipa) downloaded in Step 1 and drag and drop it on Cydia Impactor.

Step 5: If an Apple Developer warning appears, click Ok.

apple developer warning - pangu jailbreak

Step 5: You’ll be asked to enter your Apple ID. If you’re not comfortable providing it then the best thing to do is to create a new Apple ID and use that instead.

Apple ID Cydia Impactor

Step 6: Enter your Apple ID password and press Ok.

Step 7: Cydia Impactor will start to install the Pangu jailbreak app onto your device and will take a few minutes to complete. During the process, if you get a keychain message like below, click on the Allow button.

keychain-pangu-jailbreak

Step 8: Once Cydia Impactor completes, you should see the Pangu jailbreak app on your Home screen.

Step 9: Next, go to Settings -> General -> Device Management and you’ll find a developer profile with the Apple ID you provided.

developer profile settings

Step 10: Open the developer profile and tap on the Trust button. If a confirmation prompt appears, press Trust.

trust-pangu-jailbreak-app

Step 11: Go back to the Home screen and launch the Pangu app. If you get a notifications popup, make sure to accept it by pressing the Ok button.

Step 12: Tick the option that says “Use embedded certificate effective until April 2017”.

Pangu 1.1 Jailbreak

Step 13: Next, tap on the Start button and lock your device.

Step 14: Pangu will now start to jailbreak your device. You’ll receive a couple of notifications on your Lock screen during the process. After it’s completed, your device will respring automatically. Keep your device locked at all times until the jailbreak is finished and your device restarts.

Once the jailbreak is done and your device restarts, go to the Home screen and you should see Cydia installed, which means that the jailbreak completed successfully. Cydia will take some time “Preparing filesystem” when you launch it for the first time. It will exit after it is done, and respring your device.

Since the jailbreak is semi-tethered, you’ll have to use the Pangu jailbreak app to re-jailbreak your device every time it reboots. Since you enabled the 1 year”embedded certificate” option, the jailbreak app will last for 1 year up to April 2017. In case you delete the app, you can follow the same steps above to install it again.

Now that you’ve successfully jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, do not forget to read our article on tips to keep your jailbroken device secure. Also, make sure to check out the list of tweaks that are compatible with iOS 9.3.3.

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

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