Just a couple of short weeks after PPHelper jailbreak was released, Apple patched it with iOS 9.3.4. Now, to make things worse, iOS 9.3.5 download [ext link] has been released. Since its initial release, PPHelper has been updated to make it a more stable jailbreak with support for both the Mac and the English language. It is also now easier to install with the use of Cydia Impactor. If you have not installed PPHelper yet, you can follow our step by step guidelines .
Image : iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak
How to Get iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak :
These are the two methods to get iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak on your iPhone and iPad right now. Both of these methods are listed below.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
PPHelper for iOS 9.3.5 firmware has not yet been released . It is undergoing rigorous testing from Pangu Team and is currently in closed developer’s beta only. But we will keep you updated as and when it is released [ Email Subscribe ].
Method : Safari Method for iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak
- Open the Safari browser on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
- Open the website at the given link downloadpangu.org . Just type in the URL on your address bar
- When the page has loaded, tap on the UP arrow which is at the bottom of the screen on the iPhone and iPod and at the top on the iPad
- Choose Add to Home Screen from the options
- Name your icon Pangu as shown here and then Tap on Add
- Close down Safari and the Pangu 9.3.5 app icon will be visible on your home screen
- This will give you complete access to all of the latest Pangu 9.3.5 jailbreak updates and download links.
Video : This video shows the above steps in full
PPHelper iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Release Date :
Of course, the question on everyone’s lips now is, can we use PPHelper version 1.0 for iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak. The answer to that is No, not at the moment. Both iOS versions were released as security fixes; while iOS 9.3.4 patched PPHelper, iOS 9.3.5 contains even more fixes which may shut down the two jailbreaks we have seen recently – the first being from Luca Todesco and the second called OverSky. Neither of these were public jailbreaks and were almost certainly never going to be but the exploits used could well have been patched with iOS 9.3.5. This is why teams like Pangu do not talk about their jailbreaks until they are ready to release them – so that they don’t give Apple the upper hand.
Image : Cydia iOS 9.3.5
So, with no iOS 9.3.4 or iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak looking likely to be released in the near future all we can tell you to do is stay put on iOS 9.3.3 and stick with the PPHelper jailbreak. Until such time as we can give you any positive news on a new jailbreak, iOS 9.3.3 is the latest version. Pangu is most likely spending some time n looking into the latest firmware’s to see if there is anything they can use and release Pangu 9.3.5. However, bearing in mind that iOS 10 is due for release in the next few weeks, we should expect them to focus most of their efforts on that and start looking to see if they can produce an iOS 10 jailbreak.
The other piece of bad news we have is that anyone who did update to iOS 9.3.4 has lost the chance to downgrade as Apple has now stopped signing iOS 9.3.3. Again, all we can stress is that, if you are jailbroken, do not update your devices until we can tell you if there is going to be a new jailbreak or not.
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