How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Version with Pangu on iPhone, iPad

The long wait for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is now over as the Pangu team has released the new tool.

Update: There is another way to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 by installing the Pangu app directly on iPhone without requiring a PC. If you don’t have access to a Windows OS based PC, you can use the alternative method.

Pangu is now available in English for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Version with Pangu on iPhone, iPad

Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is compatible with the following devices.

The Compatibility List:

-iPhone SE, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S
-iPod Touch 6G
-iPad Mini 2, iPad Pro, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air and iPad Air 2

It is clear from the above-mentioned list that this tool supports only 64-bit based devices. Hence, iPhone 5 users are still not lucky. It is still confirmed the team will include the support for iPhone 5 in next release or not.

iOS 9.3.3 Pangu Jailbreak FAQ:

Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak is Tethered or Untethered Jailbreak?

Before learning how to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu on iPhone and iPad, it is very important to know that this tool doesn’t provide fully untethered jailbreak. Rather, it is unique of its kind.

It is, in fact, semi-untethered jailbreak because you lose the jailbreak status every time the device is rebooted.

But it is different from the tethered jailbreak because it doesn’t require you to connect your device with the computer after every reboot to gain the jailbreak functionality back. Instead, an app present on the homescreen is launched to put your device in jailbreak state again.

Why am I asked to give Apple ID and password during the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak?

The exact procedure how Pangu for iOS 9.3.3 works is still to be decoded. Some experts say that it uses a type of cert from the Apple servers to gain the full access in order to install the Pangu app on iPhone.

Pangu team has clearly mentioned on his website that they don’t store Apple ID or password.

However, if you don’t want to give these credentials to any third-party site, you should create a dummy / fake Apple ID and enter the details when asked.

I get “Storage Almost Full” message during the jailbreak process. Should I delete some data from the phone??

If the empty space is less than 500MB on your iPhone / iPad, it is always better to get some data deleted, or transferred from the iPhone to another storage place.

Whenever the storage space is less than 500MB, the phone starts showing sluggishness in using the apps.

But if the free space is more than 500MB, you don’t need to worry about this message. Simply ignore it.

When will English and Mac Version of Pangu 9.3.3 be released?

We don’t have any ETA about Pangu 9.3.3 Mac version, but English version is coming very soon.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 With Pangu

If you are comfortable with the information provided above, you can proceed with the following steps.

1) First of all, upgrade your device to the latest iOS 9.3. firmware. This is the latest jailbreakable firmware and it contains all the bug fixes and security features from Apple.

2) Back up your device either to iCloud or to local hard disk using iTunes.

3) Turn off Find My iPhone and remove Passcode.

4) Download the Pangu / PP jailbreak tool first for Windows Operating system from our “Pangu Download” page.

After downloading, right click on it and run it as administrator.

5) The PP Helper tool will show only one button when it launches. Click on it and the actual Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak tool will start downloading.

(Please don’t get confused with Helper tool and Actual tool. Just download Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak from our Downloads Page, run it and keep following the instructions)

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6) Once completed, you’ll get a new icon of PP 5.0 icon on the desktop of your computer. Right-click it and run as administrator. Alternatively, you can also click on PP helper tool button to launch Pangu.

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7) Click on “Yes” and “Allow access” button on the subsequent two screens to trust the publisher and the connections.

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8) Connect your device with the PC and click on the “Green Button” to proceed.

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Make it sure the latest version of iTunes is already installed on your PC, otherwise the jailbeak process will not work.

9) After a while, you may be asked to enter the Apple ID credentials.

10) Wait a little more and the PP / Pangu icon will appear on your iPhone / iPad homescreen.

11) Before opening the Pangu jailbreak, go to General -> Device Management. Tap on the Profile and then tap on the ‘Trust’ button.

12) Now launch Pangu / PP app.

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13) You will be prompted to allow push notifications. Tap on OK to allow the PP app to send your Notifications.

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14) Tap on the circle and it will start installing Cydia app on your iPhone / iPad.

15) Now wait and relax. You may receive “Storage Almost Full” notification or any other notification from PP jailbreak tool. Just wait and let the tool finish its job.

16) Launch Cydia and let it finish the final work.

As we have told you, this Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 is semi-untethered, so to re-jailbreak your device, you’ll have to repeat the Steps 12 – 15 to re-enable the jailreak.

2 Comments

  1. It was suggested that I wipe my recently eBay purchased, used iPhone 4S by the Apple tech on the phone when I was unable to get the phone to accept my Apple ID. At that time neither he nor I were aware that this phone was still connected/assigned/(tethered??) to some unknown, previous owner. (The phone was sold by a naive merchant on eBay who claimed it was in excellent condition.) Having wiped it clean, I began the setup process as if it were a new phone, but a short way into this process I was asked for the previous owner’s password which, as said, is unknown. So, I could go no further. This being the case, it doesn’t seem I’m able to jailbreak this phone if I understand your directions right. Therefore, is there any way into this phone as it is now? I have this awful feeling that by wiping the phone I went too far, and this Apple tech didn’t know quite what to do under these circumstances when he suggested wiping it.

    1. Hi Bart Smyth! Yes, you got it right. You can’t jailbreak your iPhone if you are stuck at that Apple ID and Password screen. I don’t know any trick to bypass it. However, there are many sites and tutorials which claim to have a solution in these situations. But I never tested any such thing.

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