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  • Pangu Confirms Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 Will Not Be Coming


    Pangu has announced from their official Reddit account that they have no plans to release an untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3.



    For those that may be waiting for an untethered jailbreak, your only choice now is to update your device to iOS 9.3.3 and take advantage of the semi-tethered jailbreak.

    Rumors are circling that it is possible that Pangu has discovered additional exploits and they possibly may save for iOS 10 jailbreak.

    We can only hope.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Pangu Confirms Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 Will Not Be Coming started by blkcadi View original post
    Comments 122 Comments
    1. Kloakster's Avatar
      Kloakster -
      So it could be that Apple has really made it difficult to do this OR they have the exploit for iOS10 and want to just keep it hush. I'm hoping for the positive lol
    1. bigboyz's Avatar
      bigboyz -
      Quote Originally Posted by Kloakster View Post
      So it could be that Apple has really made it difficult to do this OR they have the exploit for iOS10 and want to just keep it hush. I'm hoping for the positive lol
      Agreed! Don't reboot the phone and you'll be fine :]
    1. JagXK8's Avatar
      JagXK8 -
      At this time, we ask everyone to turn off their electronic devices. There is no airplane mode.
    1. Sage I's Avatar
      Sage I -
      Mahalo Nui Loa for keeping us updated around here blkcadi!
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      I don't mind, this jailbreak is perfect so far
    1. jita83's Avatar
      jita83 -
      So, please lets do a review with an example

      I have an iPhone 6, with 6.0.2 Jbked.

      If i update to 9.3.3 and i do this tethered Jb, cydia will be installed, and i just need to install all the packages i need (i 'just' use Aoreo, appinfo, Audiorecorder, betterfiveicondock, CCsettings, deleteforever, fullfolder, icleaner, ifile, instatools, resero, trasnparentdock, watchnotifications, wifi booster and wifi password list).

      If one of these packages make my phone reboot, i just need to run again the app to re-jailbreak it again, or... do i need to restore, re-JB it , and reinstall all the packages?

      That question is because seeing is not going to appear an unthetered Jb, im in doubt about updating to 9.3.3

      Thanks
    1. DJ_Jimi's Avatar
      DJ_Jimi -
      Just re-jailbreak again, all your previous tweaks will work again
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      First of all, none of the packages require reboot, at least to my knowledge. But even if you need to reboot for whatever reason, it's extremely easy. You just need to rerun the PP app on your phone. All tweaks stay intact, they will just not function until you run the PP App (rejailbreak) again .
    1. jita83's Avatar
      jita83 -
      Quote Originally Posted by bbrks View Post
      First of all, none of the packages require reboot, at least to my knowledge. But even if you need to reboot for whatever reason, it's extremely easy. You just need to rerun the PP app on your phone. All tweaks stay intact, they will just not function until you run the PP App (rejailbreak) again .
      Thanks! I think i will make an itunes copy, upgrade to 9.3.3 and jb with tat tweaks i mentioned.

      Any method recommended?
    1. luvmytj's Avatar
      luvmytj -
      Quote Originally Posted by bbrks View Post
      First of all, none of the packages require reboot, at least to my knowledge. But even if you need to reboot for whatever reason, it's extremely easy. You just need to rerun the PP app on your phone. All tweaks stay intact, they will just not function until you run the PP App (rejailbreak) again .
      There are a few that require a reboot... firewall ip is one. Also, what happens when Apple cancels all the certs used to sign this overtime you have to reboot? Then you have no JB again. The way this is set up to work is pretty sketchy.
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      The sketchy part is called semi-tethered jailbreak, that's all
    1. Krayziezay's Avatar
      Krayziezay -
      Ok quick question I jailbroke my phone using the safari method last week before Apple blocked everything and I made the mistake of restoring from jailbreak instead of starting as a new iPhone. Now the same problem is happening just like my last jailbreak phone keeps freezing here and there. My question is how can I back up my messages pics and the apps I can just re download and will I be able to rejailbreak with the tool I already have on my phone or do I have to use a new method?
    1. jetsetjoey's Avatar
      jetsetjoey -
      Wow, for the 1st time since I started jailbreaking my iDevice(s) 7+ years ago, I will not be re-jailbreaking this time `round. If there is not an UNTETHERED jailbreak within the next 2-3 months, I'm jumping ship & going to try out a Samsung Galaxy. I am sooo sick of Apple & their ultra proprietary, authoritarian BS. It was exciting for awhile playing the cat & mouse, but it's been too much cat for too long...
    1. Dirty Dobb's Avatar
      Dirty Dobb -
      I can't figure out why people are hesitant or waiting for an untethered jailbreak. Once you install the app it's simple to re jailbreak if you have to reboot. All you do is log into the phone click on the app, touch the center button and lock you phone manually. Then you will get a message and your phone will respiring again. Once that's complete you have a fully jailbroken device again will all the tweaks you previously install. It's not that hard and it doesn't take that long to accomplish. I'm just happy that they Pangu team was able to come up with such a simple jailbreak.

      It could be like the old days where you needed a computer to re jailbreak...those days sucked. But make the jump, you won't regret it.
    1. luvmytj's Avatar
      luvmytj -
      This is not your normal JB where it is good till you mess it up. This requires it to be signed for on a developer cert overtime you re-jailbreak it. If Apple pulls the cert you will be stuck again with no JB. Some certs a only good for 7 days, others a year. After a year if there is not another JB then you are again stuck with a non-JB'ed phone. Unless I am understanding it wrong, this is much different from the past JB's.
    1. Krayziezay's Avatar
      Krayziezay -
      Quote Originally Posted by luvmytj View Post
      This is not your normal JB where it is good till you mess it up. This requires it to be signed for on a developer cert overtime you re-jailbreak it. If Apple pulls the cert you will be stuck again with no JB. Some certs a only good for 7 days, others a year. After a year if there is not another JB then you are again stuck with a non-JB'ed phone. Unless I am understanding it wrong, this is much different from the past JB's.
      Was this directed towards me and my question
    1. King_O_Hill's Avatar
      King_O_Hill -
      Quote Originally Posted by jetsetjoey View Post
      Wow, for the 1st time since I started jailbreaking my iDevice(s) 7+ years ago, I will not be re-jailbreaking this time `round. If there is not an UNTETHERED jailbreak within the next 2-3 months, I'm jumping ship & going to try out a Samsung Galaxy. I am sooo sick of Apple & their ultra proprietary, authoritarian BS. It was exciting for awhile playing the cat & mouse, but it's been too much cat for too long...
      Ok, don't let the door hit you in the butt on the way out. I'm sure we will miss out on all your contributions to the community.
    1. andrewe13's Avatar
      andrewe13 -
      Ok wait, If you cannot jailbreak again lets say in a year, what happens to all your installed tweeks? They just sit somewhere hidden on the phones hard drive? You cant ever delete them again? Backing up/restoring would just bring those back, yes?
    1. magusxxx's Avatar
      magusxxx -
      This means there's no hope for us poor 5c users?
    1. skiptowncat's Avatar
      skiptowncat -
      Quote Originally Posted by andrewe13 View Post
      Ok wait, If you cannot jailbreak again lets say in a year, what happens to all your installed tweeks? They just sit somewhere hidden on the phones hard drive? You cant ever delete them again? Backing up/restoring would just bring those back, yes?
      No