Phoenix Jailbreak

After a few months with no jailbreak activity, Phoenix Jailbreak has been released. This time it offers support for all 32-bit devices that are running on iOS 9.3.5 download [ext link], a nice change from the previous jailbreaks that only worked on 64-bit devices. The jailbreak is a combination of effort from several developers, with Luca Todesco having some input too.

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Read on for more information and the steps you need to install Phoenix jailbreak on your iOS device. It is a semi untethered jailbreak and you will need to use Cydia Impactor to install it on your iPhone or iPad.

How to Install Phoenix Jailbreak :

You are going to need your Apple ID for this as well as a computer. You can set up a dummy Apple account for use with Cydia Impactor if you don’t want to use your normal one.

  1. Download the Phoenix jailbreak from here [ File ]
  2. Download Cydia Impactor 
  3. Disable Find My iPhone | iPad and your passcode on your iOS device , you can enable them again afterwards 
  4. Connect your iOS device to your computer
  5. Extract the Phoenix .ipa file
  6. Open Cydia Impactor and drag the .ipa into it  
  7. Type in your Apple ID and passcode and wait for Cydia Impactor to sign the file and load the jailbreak onto your device 
  8. Next, open Settings and go to General > Profile and Device Management 
  9. Locate the certificate and tap on it
  10. Trust the certificate and come out of settings
  11. Now open the jailbreak icon on your home screen and tap on Prepare for Jailbreak
  12. The installation will finish and your device will respring
  13. Cydia is now ready for use from your home screen 

Phoenix Jailbreak will be a godsend for those who have missed out on previous jailbreaks but there are a couple of caveats to it. Because it is a semi-untethered jailbreak, you will need to reinstall Phoenix whenever you reboot your device. Also, if you are using a regular free Apple ID, the certificate will expire every 7 days and you will need to use Cydia Impactor to re-sign it and reload the jailbreak onto your device.

Do let us know what you think of Phoenix and if you are going to install it; also let us know if you have any trouble installing it, although it is a straightforward installation.  For all the latest jailbreak and other news, you can follow us on Facebook.




  1. Thank you very much. It works very well on iPad mini Wifi 16GB, iPad 2 Wifi 64GB and iPad 2 WiFi 16GB.

    Just great work…


  2. Sources arent loading in cydia I cant find the page I was reading on how to remedy it. It involved cydia impactor mobile terminal.ipa, putty etc??

    1. I’m happy on 10.2 on my 6s Plus with no problems with Yalu102 beta 7 but I do notice our iSP’s starting to blocking certain repos .then I use a Vpn.I do notice some black spaces on the front page of Cydia,where before they would be filled in.But I would love a untethered JB for 103.3 as I’m not going to iOS 11.

  3. Hi Pangu Team.. Glad to hear the word from ur team 9.3.5 jail breakable 😎 .. For 7 days? Emm what do u mean with paid apple id? For developers only?

  4. It doesn’t work for me. When I open jailbreak icon the home screen, it is writen: “Your iphone 4,& is not jailbroken”… Any help?
    Thank you

  5. Hi!
    The jailbreak work on iphone 4s ios 9.3.5 but if i shut down my iphone, then i cant open anymore cydia or other apps. I have to do again the jailbreak for it works. Any help?
    Thanks you.

  6. Thank you for the jailbreak!
    Only one problem, if you shut down your device, you have to re-jailbreak again because you can’t open cydia anymore.
    Waiting for an issue or an advice? Anyway good job guys!

  7. I connected my ipad 2 to my pc and dragged the ipa file to the cydia impactor. But it says must select a device to use this feature. I tried clickin on the upper box and an empty dropdown menu shows up. Please tell what to do. May I please get an instant reply.

  8. I connected my ipad 2 and dragged the ipa file to the impactor. But it says no selected devices. What should i do.

  9. I got an error message after inputting my iTunes email/password.

    provision.cpp: 156
    Please sign in with an app-specific password. You can create one at

    Any clue what I’m doing wrong?

  10. Hi,
    Thank you for this help but it’s a little bit bad that we have to do the jailbreak each time we reboot the phone. Can we find an issue for a completely jailbreak?

  11. It was because I tunes was not fully installed but now I have another error same as others too, this error is feature is only available to users enrolled in Apple devolpment program…
    What do I do?

  12. Ok idk what happened but I dragged the iPad file again to impactor and it seems to be working now, no more not allowed or no device found… So far so well

  13. rename impactor.dat to then reopen the impactor, drage the phenoix ipa. Then run it. If you get an error keep trying. Worked for me!

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