Pangu has been a very successful and a highly respected jailbreaking team in the iOS jailbreak community. The team has given us great iOS jailbreaks and has proved its mettle in the long run. The team was away during the iOS 8 jailbreak period, which was led by the TaiG and the PP team. However, Pangu have made a comeback with Pangu iOS 9 Jailbreak [download] . Keep reading to learn how to prepare your device for the next Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak release .
Image : Pangu 9 Jailbreak Preparation Steps
It was just recently when the Pangu team demonstrated iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak at the HackPwn 2015 Security Conference, thus making it clear that the firmware we thought as unjailbreakable was actually jailbreakable. And then it was just a few days back when windknown, a Pangu team member, posted some iOS 8.4.1 vulnerabilities that had been overlooked by Apple. However, they did not disclose all of the exploits, as that would mean just wasting away a possible jailbreak. Also, a reputed jailbreaker named iH8sn0w proved on video that iOS 9 is jailbreakable by demonstrating an iOS 9 jailbreak on iPhone 5 [ ext link ]. So something tells us that the Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9 is
not far away and will release soon now available . So in case you are looking forward to the next iOS 9.1 jailbreak, you better prepare yourself for it by taking care of the following points.
Preparing for Pangu 9.1 Jailbreak :
1. Backup Your iOS Device
Remember, when you are in the habit of regularly jailbreaking your device, there are chances of something going wrong with the jailbreak process. It is a good habit to backup your iOS device regularly via iCloud or iTunes, so that you never lose your data even if you have to fresh restore your device.
2. Fresh Restore to iOS 9.1 using IPSW
If you have jailbroken your device on iOS 9 , dont proceed with this step and stay at iOS 9. For other who have updated to iOS 9.1 via the OTA update method, if you want to jailbreak your device when an iOS 9.1 jailbreak comes out, then remember that OTA updates do not work well with modern jailbreaks and are known to cause issues. Hence, avoid the fuss and fresh restore your device to iOS 9 using the manual IPSW installation method. Make sure that you do this right before you jailbreak, as any existent bugs in iOS 9 will have been ironed out by then and you will get a very stable and clean firmware to install the jailbreak on.
3. Clean Up the Device Storage
Whether you jailbreak or not, it is a good habit to regularly clean up your device. Uninstall the apps that you don’t use. Also, delete the photos, videos, and music that you no longer need or transfer them to your iCloud account or an external storage. This will ensure that your device has more than enough space for the jailbreak.
4. Install Cydia Impactor
The download and installation instructions for Cydia Impactor [ext link] can be found in the linked article .
5 . Download Pangu 9 Jailbreak
In case you haven’t already updated to iOS 9.1 and are still on a jailbroken iOS 9 firmware, then this one is important for you. If you do not want to lose your jailbreak till the iOS 9.1 and later jailbreak arrives, then Cydia Impactor [ext link] can help you out. It helps you delete the jailbreak from your device without upgrading the iOS version, thus saving your jailbreak. This can come in handy when you want to sell your device or want to take it to the Apple Centre for repairs.
The Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak is expected soon and we will keep updating you about the same. So stay tuned. Subscribe to our Newsletter and Follow us on Facebook.