If you don’t know how to use Pangu for iOS 9.3.3 on Mac, here is the step by step guide. Though the team has already mentioned the details and required software on its official website, but this tutorial to run Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on macOS is demonstrated with screenshots to make the whole process easy.
This tool is a little bit different from all the previous versions. It requires the support of another software to be installed on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
The Pangu team, this time, released it in the form of an app with the extension .ipa. As you all know every iPhone app requires a signing process before it is ready to be installed. The same is the case with this app too.
Pangu.ipa (called NvwaStore_1.0.ipa) is first signed using Cydia Impactor, developed by Saurik. Cydia Impactor uses the free certificate from your Apple ID for the signing purpose and installs it on iPhone.
But, there is a problem with this technique. The free certificate will expire in 7 days. It means you have to follow this guide again to enable to make Pangu in working condition, otherwise,it won’t open after 7 days. However, if you are a developer and uses that Apple ID account during the process, your certificate will expire in Year.
Update: Pangu IPA 1.1 is now available with the option to install the certificate with 1 year validity. Great News! Read the details in our separate post. The other jailbreak steps are same as mentioned below.
Note: There are reports that Chinese version of Pangu which runs on Windows OS automatically installs the Enterprise certificate with 1-year validity.
How to Run Pangu iOS 9.3.3 on Mac – Sep by Step Guide
Download Pangu ipa file from our download section.
Download the latest version of Cydia Impactor for your computer. It can be used on Mac OS, Linux, and Windows.
Connect your device with PC and back it up using the latest version of iTunes.
Run Cydia Impactor. (Don’t run it Administrative Mode if you are on Windows). Drag and drop pangu.ipa (NvwaStore_1.0.ipa) on it.
Click OK on Apple Developer Warning box and add your Apple ID email and password.
Though these credentials are not sent to any third party, but to be on safe side, it is recommended to use a dummy account details.
Now you have successfully install pangu iOS 9.3.3 from Mac on your iPhone.
A new icon will appear on iPhone Homescreen. The Pangu will not open when you tap on it. Go to “Settings > General > Device Management. Open Developer App email address and tap on “Trust” button twice. Now you can run Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on iPhone.
Fire up Pangu app, click on “Start” and lock the device when asked.
When the jailbreak is complete, iPhone will restart. Unlock your iPhone and start using Cydia on it.
This method of installing Pangu 9.3.3 using Mac on iPhone is semi-tethered. It means whenever your iDevice reboots, you’ll have to repeat the Steps 06 – 08 to enable Pangu, otherwise Pangu and Cydia won’t work.
After 7 days, you’ll have to repeat this whole process to assign a new certificate to the Pangu app, or give a try to Chinese / new Pangu 1.1 (English) version to get the Enterprise certificate with 1 year validity.