Cydia Eraser

With iOS 10 racing towards a public release next month, you would think that things would be a lot quieter with iOS 9 but they’re not. Just after Apple released iOS 9.3.3, Pangu dropped PPHelper jailbreak on us. This was released to cover iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak but it doesn’t work for all iOS users – 32-bit devices and those with a Mac are left out this time around, although there may be a Mac version sometime in the near future. Now, to top it all off, Apple has very quickly released iOS 9.3.4 download [ext link] to shut down the jailbreak for anyone who updates to it.  Saurik, the creator of Cydia and a number of important jailbreak tools, has recently added support for up to iOS 9.3.3 to Cydia Eraser, one of his most vital tools.

Image : Cydia Eraser

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Cydia Eraser Features :

Cydia Eraser is better known by most as Cydia Impactor – all that has changed is the name. Why is it his most important jailbreak tool ?

  • Because it essentially allows you to unjailbreak your device and take it back to stock without using iTunes.
  • When you use iTunes to restore, your device will be placed onto the latest iOS version, and as that cannot be jailbroken at the moment, that is the last thing you want. Cydia Eraser will put your device onto the exact iOS version you were running when you installed PPHelper jailbreak.
  • You can use Cydia Eraser directly on your iPhone, iPod or iPad without needing to connect a computer first
  • Cydia Eraser is perfect for those who need to remove their jailbreak quickly, i.e. if you need to take your iOS device in for repair and don’t want your warranty invalidated, or if you are intending to sell your device.
  • Do back up your data before you use Cydia Eraser; as the name suggests, all of your data and settings will be erased permanently

Usage :

Apple is still signing iOS 9.3.3 at the time of writing but that won’t last for much longer. If you need to downgrade iOS 9.3.4 to iOS 9.3.3 [ext link], do it now and, if you already are jailbroken make sure you download the updated version of Cydia Eraser. If you need to use it, you can follow our simple tutorial below.

How to Install Cydia Eraser on iOS 9.3.3 :

  1. You need to take a backup of all your data as it will all be wiped permanently off your device so do this using iTunes and or iCloud icloud_backup_ios_90
  2. Plug your iOS device into a power supply and make sure the battery percentage is at least 20% battery_low_ios_10
  3. Launch Cydia and then download and install Cydia Erasercydia_eraser cydia_eraser_0
  4. When the installation has finished, open Cydia Eraser cydia_eraser_1
  5. Tap on Delete All Data and Unjailbreak Device cydia_eraser_delete
  6. On the confirmation window that pops up, tap on Delete All
  7. Cydia Eraser will now begin the process of unjailbreaking your iOS device – have some patience as this may take a while and do not touch your device
  8. When Cydia Eraser has finished its work, your iOS device will be on the Hello screen ios_9_hello_screen 3

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    1. No. This is some app to UNjailbreak your phone. Ironic since its been MONTHS since they have had an actual jailbreak for use.

      Just a bunch of “updates” that don’t say anything relevant.

  1. My Cydia search only finds Cydia Eraser version 0.9.18 not 0.9.32. If I try to modify it says that it needs IOS 9.0.2. How can I find cydia eraser version 0.9.32?

  2. When I search Cydia I can only find Cydia Eraser version 0.9.18 not 0.9.32. I’m on an iPad Mini 4 9.3.3 jailbroken with the Chinees version. My iPhone is on 9.1 and finds Cydia Eraser version 0.9.32 ok and I can istall it. Any ideas?

  3. I have an iPad Mini 4 running 9.3.3 jailbroken with the Chinees version. When I search Cydia I can only find Cydia Eraser version 0.9.18 which says it requires 9.0.2. The Cydia search will not find Cydia Eraser version 0.9.32. I also have an iPhone 5S running 9.1 which does find Cydia Eraser version 0.9.32. Any thoughts anyone?

  4. Sorry guys for the duplicates. This was the 1st time I’ve left comments on this site so when I hit submit it didn’t seem to do anything. So I did it multiple times.
    Anyway I found my problem one of the Cydia sources was not up to date so it was finding an older version. All good now.

  5. hi. i had problem with my cydia and then i delete it without cydia eraser, how to re install cydia again .


  6. Hey, so my phone had died overnight and when i started it again to “jailbreak” it with the app installed nothing would open, not pangu or cydia. Resetting it on itunes is not working so I was wondering if you could somehow download the eraser online? So i could remove the jailbreak completely and then download it again

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