Most of the time, a jailbreak runs smoothly. However, just occasionally, things do go wrong, either during the jailbreak process itself or afterwards, perhaps with incompatible tweaks. Getting out of the problem is easy enough – all you do is restore your iOS device and start again. There are now three ways to do this .
Image : Restoring after Pangu Jailbreak
Method 1 – Semi Restore
If the problem is with a jailbreak tweak, you could download a tweak by the name of SemiRestore. This allows you to restore your device without affecting your current jailbreak. Instead of wiping everything out it focuses on tweaks that doesn’t work, are broken or have corrupted files in them.
Method 2 – iTunes Restore
- Download the iOS 8.1 IPSW
- Connect your computer and iOS device together and launch iTunes
- Place your iOS device into DFU mode by holding the Power and Home buttons down for 10 seconds. Release the Power button but hold the Home button until you see the device in recovery message in iTunes
- Hold the Shift (Windows) or Option (Mac) key on your keyboard and click on Restore in iTunes at the same time
- Locate the IPSW you downloaded and click it
- iTunes will now restore your iOS device to iOS 8.1
Now you can jailbreak your device again using Pangu for Windows or Mac.
Method 3 – Pangu Restore
The Pangu jailbreak contains a handy Restore feature.
- Tap on the Pangu icon on your Home screen to open the app
- Click Restore from the menu on the left
- Choose the iOS version you want to restore to
- Click on Restore
- Pangu will restore your iOS device and get it ready for you to reinstall the jailbreak.
Which method do you find the easiest?