Pangu 9 – v1.3.1 Download Released

After a really long period of waiting for a jailbreak, the Pangu team has thankfully released the much awaited iOS 9.1 jailbreak a few days ago. The jailbreak comes after more than 4 months of the release of iOS 9 jailbreak, that was also released by Pangu. Even though we were expecting an iOS 9.2 or iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak, it is still a relief to see that the Pangu team is working on updating its jailbreak tool to support the newer iOS versions.

Image : Pangu 9 – v1.3.1 Jailbreak Installer

pangu 1.3.1

If you are on iOS 9.1 and are interested in jailbreak or have already jailbroken your device, you should know that the Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak tool has got a new update today. The new update for the Pangu jailbreak tool brings stability improvements and is available for all those who have either jailbroken already or want to perform a new jailbreak on their iOS 9.1 device.

Pangu team has also released an official changelog for the new update, that now has been updated to ver 1.3.1 for Windows and ver 1.1.1 for Mac OS X. These are the changes as listed by Pangu :

  1. The team states that the untether has now got more stable with the update.
  2. Also, getting this new update will resolve rebooting issues or will at least improve them to a great extent.

Already Jailbroken Pangu 9.1 ? 

In case you don’t know, you don’t need to perform the jailbreak again if you have already jailbroken using the Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak. All you need to do is go to Cydia and download the new version 1.3 of the Pangu 9.0.x Untether package. Installing the update will bring all the fixes and patches to your device.

Image : Pangu 9.1 untether


If you are still on stock iOS 9.1 and are going to jailbreak your device using iOS 9.1, you should download the updated version of the Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak tool for Mac or Windows. Just use the links below to download the jailbreak tool, and then follow our tutorial on How to Jailbreak using Pangu .

Download Pangu iOS 9.1 Jailbreak v1.3.1 Latest Update

  • Windows [ Version 1.3.1 – Link]
  • Mac OS X [ Version 1.1.1]

Apart from the iOS 9.1 jailbreak for iOS devices, it is being said that the Pangu team might release the first ever jailbreak for Apple TV 4 in or around this week. Nothing has been confirmed by Pangu yet, but we will keep you updated if anything else comes up.




  1. Are you kidding me?!?!?! All this time for a version most people upgraded from???? At least 90% of jailbreakers are waiting for 9.2+!

  2. I am still on jail broken iOS 7. I would love to have a 9.1 but I cannot get it right? Has not Apple quit signing this iOS? Please get me a jailbreak I can update to. Looking forward to a jailbreak I can up use.

  3. 4 months ago I upgraded my phone to 9.1
    Because pango said on their website 9.1
    Found out that it was 9.01 Pango don’t know what their doing.

  4. Are you kidding with us ??
    For a long time we waiting for the jailbreak ios 9.2.1!!!
    But you take A jailbreak for IOS 9.1(-,-)

  5. I paid for Jailbreak months ago. Still not Jailbreaked. I thought 9.1 was obsolete now. (Outdated cuz of new updates!!!!???

  6. guys my device got stuck in between. I did it until the cydia part. Then it said you have to reboot your device, i did that and then it just shows me apple symbol and just doesnt change from it. any help please, will be greatly appreciated!

  7. Pangu advice us to update aware devices from iOS 9.1 to 9.2.1 because 9.1 is unjailbroken, oh well now they release 9.1 jailbrake and fu* -- us locked with 9.2.1 no jailbrake
    W.T.F !!!!!!!!!

  8. pangu app doesn’t recognize my iphone 6s running ios 9.1 although itunes does
    and after a while it says “failed to check updates…”

  9. Don’t worry.
    I used 9.1 64 bit jailbreak and it worked for about an hour. Re-started iPhone after installing Cydia just to get the a frozen apple logo at start-up. Had to restore to 9.3 just to get the phone working again.
    Now waiting for 9.3 jailbreak.

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