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  • Pangu Updates iOS 9 Jailbreak Tool to Version 1.1.0 With Improvements & Bug Fixes


    The Pangu Jailbreak Team has released another update for its Windows-only jailbreak tool for iOS 9.0-9.0.2 on Wednesday that includes even more bug fixes, software optimization, and improvements that make the jailbreaking process better for users.

    Version 1.1.0 of the tool is now available from Pangu's Web site. The team notes the following changes in the new version of Pangu9:


    Quote Originally Posted by Pangu Jailbreak Team
    V1.1.0 (2015-10-21)
    1. Improve the success rate and reliability of jailbreak program for 64bit devices
    2. Optimize backup process and improve jailbreak speed, and fix an issue that leads to fail to jailbreak due to low disk space in Windows.
    3. Fix a bug that leads to an exit of the jailbreak tool due to abnormal network status.
    4. Add the re-jailbreak function (only for some devices that were upgraded via iTunes but were detected as jailbroken)
    5. Fix a bug that leads to fail to use the instrument function in Xcode.
    Notice: please update Pangu 9.0.x in Cydia if your device is already jailbroken, without the need to re-jailbreak it
    For the most part, the tool has been updated so that the jailbreak process is faster and more reliable, but some bug fixes for the jailbreak itself are also included. For this reason, if you're already jailbroken, you don't re-run the tool over your existing jailbreak, but you do visit Cydia and install the updated Pangu untethered jailbreak package that will appear under Cydia's Changes tab after you refresh your sources.

    If you haven't already jailbroken your iOS 9.0-9.0.2 device, and you want to, you can follow our guide at this link.

    Source: Pangu
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Pangu Updates iOS 9 Jailbreak Tool to Version 1.1.0 With Improvements & Bug Fixes started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 120 Comments
    1. rhino_81's Avatar
      rhino_81 -
      But sadly no Mac version yet.

      Yes I know I can use an virtual machine but last time I did that it was a buggie jailbreak for me.
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by rhino_81 View Post
      But sadly no Mac version yet.

      Yes I know I can use an virtual machine but last time I did that it was a buggie jailbreak for me.
      A virtual machine isn't going to be the cause of a buggy jailbreak. It's the same software, running inside of a software instance, to get you the software you want on your iPhone. I'd try it again before Apple stops signing iOS 9.0.2 when the new iOS 9.1 comes out.
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      Quote Originally Posted by rhino_81 View Post
      But sadly no Mac version yet.

      Yes I know I can use an virtual machine but last time I did that it was a buggie jailbreak for me.
      Well, as long as 9.0.2 is still being signed, it's always worth a try, right?
    1. ArChAiC69's Avatar
      ArChAiC69 -
      Does this help minimize the chances of running into the BLoD?
    1. vitaminme's Avatar
      vitaminme -
      Downgrade iOS 9 / 9.0.2 To iOS 8.4.1 Using OdysseusOTA 2.0 [Video] | Redmond Pie

      Downgrade!!


      FYI guys! I have iphone 6 so cant try.
    1. blueaviator's Avatar
      blueaviator -
      Apple just released public iOS 9.1

      Now is the time to refresh your jailbreak from scratch boys and girls.
    1. Bo Troxell's Avatar
      Bo Troxell -
      Still no "Cydia Impactor", come on Jay.
    1. SpottedBilagaana's Avatar
      SpottedBilagaana -
      Quote Originally Posted by blueaviator View Post
      Apple just released public iOS 9.1

      Now is the time to refresh your jailbreak from scratch boys and girls.

      How do you figure Apple released iOS 9.1 to the public already? I show 9.0.2 as still the latest available update for my iPhone 5S and my iPad 4.

      However, they will very likely release it early next week.
    1. signori's Avatar
      signori -
      Quote Originally Posted by SpottedBilagaana View Post
      How do you figure Apple released iOS 9.1 to the public already? I show 9.0.2 as still the latest available update for my iPhone 5S and my iPad 4.

      However, they will very likely release it early next week.
      You are wrong

      Apple Releases iOS 9.1 With Over 150 New Emojis, Improvements to Live Photos - iClarified
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      I just installed update for Pangu untethered package via Cydia on my 5S.
      Rebooted and I can confirm, there is no more BSoD. Went smoothly like through butter
    1. mazzanic's Avatar
      mazzanic -
      Quote Originally Posted by rhino_81 View Post
      But sadly no Mac version yet.

      Yes I know I can use an virtual machine but last time I did that it was a buggie jailbreak for me.
      I know right! The last 3 JB's I've done have been through a VM and it was a nightmare. Ended up blue screen of death, then couldn't get DFU mode restore and then it was just a long process just to get jail broken. Once the MAC version got released, I plugged and played and was done in 10 mins. I have been successful with both, it's just a PITA to me to JB on windows having a macbook. I know I'll probably get burned saying that but in my experiences (been jailbreaking since I can remember), I've always had problems when using the VM. Watch, they are messing with everyone to rush and JB 9.0.2, meanwhile 9.1 is around the corner and that's when the MAC version will likely get released since it'll be patched.
    1. vitaminme's Avatar
      vitaminme -
      Yes update is available. Not sure if its final release.
    1. vitaminme's Avatar
      vitaminme -
      Looks 9.1 released to public
    1. Bo Troxell's Avatar
      Bo Troxell -
      Quote Originally Posted by bbrks View Post
      I just installed update for Pangu untethered package via Cydia on my 5S.
      Rebooted and I can confirm, there is no more BSoD. Went smoothly like through butter
      Same here. No issues at all.
    1. Bo Troxell's Avatar
      Bo Troxell -
      Quote Originally Posted by vitaminme View Post
      Looks 9.1 released to public
      Yup, showing up in iTunes but 9.0.2 is still being signed.
    1. Simon's Avatar
      Simon -
      Damn, that was quicker than I thought.
    1. SpottedBilagaana's Avatar
      SpottedBilagaana -
      Why would I want to upgrade to 9.0.2 when virtually none of the jailbreaks I use are yet ready? No thanks! Hopefully the 9.0.1/2 jb will enable developers to upgrade to iOS 9 and have versions of their stuff ready by the time iOS 9.1 is jailbroken.

      I'm in no hurry anyway. It used to be I had to wait until February to get a jb. I see no big rush.
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      it doesn't show up immediately to everyone, a bit more patience please
    1. rhino_81's Avatar
      rhino_81 -
      I'm still a novice when it comes to jailbreaking tho I've been doing it since I got my first iPhone 3G.

      Using the VM it took like 3 days to get it jailbroke on iOS 8. I have had issue before jailbreaking just not like I did with the VM I almost give up on it. I end up uninstall/ reinstall Windows, VM and pangu. Quite a few times before it just magically worked( it showed failure but I had Cydia on my iPhone so I went with it. It still left me with a bit of a buggie jailbreak but I learned to live with it.:-)


      The last Mac version I used took like less than 5mins to jailbreak I was pretty shocked there.

      I've been trying to figure out the bootcamp opt. Being its free and already there for use. Tho I've run into an issue that I haven't figured out on the install yet(novice issue I'm sure its something I'm doing wrong by the time I figure it out the Mac version will most likely be out haha).
    1. DieselVexx's Avatar
      DieselVexx -
      My iPhone 6s shipped yesterday even tho I ordered it on 10-16-15. Wondering if I should be worried about it being shipped with iOS 9.1.0 installed.