Jailbreak iOS 9.1 Tutorial

Jailbreak iOS 9.1 has been released by Pangu team on 11th March 2016. We tried it on our device running iOS 9.1 and it detected and enabled Pangu 9 jailbreak on it. Follow the tutorial below for jailbreak iOS 9.1  using Pangu 9 Jailbreak tool. Step by step video tutorial also included.

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Jailbreak iOS 9.1

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.1 :

Method 1: Using Pangu 9.1 Jailbreak Tool [version 1.3.0]

Method 2: Using Safari method to download Pangu 9 app icon on your iPhone home screen Without a PC

Method 1: Pangu 9 Jailbreak iOS 9.1

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Jailbreak iOS 9.1

Pangu team was waiting bitterly for the release of jailbreak iOS 9.1 tools, the Pangu 9 for iPhone users. Officially it supported iOS 9 upto iOS 9.1 . We tried and tested it on iOS 9.1 [see image above] and it ran successfully. If you would like to follow the jailbreak process, here is a complete step by step guide with video instructions to use Pangu 9 jailbreak .

Please note that at the time of writing this article , the tool is 100% perfect on iOS 9.1 and may throws occasional errors but will eventually jailbreak your device. Before trying out this tool , you must prepare your device for Pangu 9.1 jailbreaking.

Method 2: Download Pangu Jailbreak iOS 9.1  App icon

This tutorial will come in handy for those users who are waiting for the official [stable release] Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak installer to be released.

Here are the steps through which you will be able to download Pangu jailbreak iOS 9.1 App icon

  1. Launch Safari app on your device. Make sure you are connected to the internet.

     2.Search this text iOS 9.1 jailbreak which brings up a results page. On the page select the site with the            URL downloadpangu.org.

jailbreak          3.specifically, this page is designed for Pangu 9.1 app icon download on your iOS device. [ users who cannot find the result on search page can directly open this page downloadpangu.org on their Safari browser]

4.Verify that the URL you have opened says dowloadpangu.org as shown in the image below

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5.Now scroll to the bottom of the screen and tap on the Up arrow as shown here

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6.This will bring up a screen to “Add to home screen” . Tap on this to proceed.

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7.Now name the app as Pangu if its not already that and tap on Add .

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8.You got Pangu 9.1 app icon on your home screen. Now tap to launch the app icon to get latest iOS 9.1     jailbreak updates on your device right away.

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Update: iOS 9.1 signing has been stopped by Apple. This means users on iOS 9.2 or later cannot revert back to older iOS 9.1 . On the other side, iOS 9.2 jailbreak development gains momentum after leaks from 3K Assistant [ext link] where were linked to Taig Jailbreak team in the past.

Pangu Released Jailbreak iOS 9.1  :

Pangu Team has already released the jailbreak iOS 9.1 for supported iOS 9.1 devices. The Keen team had announced that they were working on the jailbreak iOS 9.1  and would be releasing it just after Apple releases iOS 9.1. However, given the fact that Apple will be releasing iOS 9.2 soon, it is quite possible that we might get an iOS 9.2 beta jailbreak as well .

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When will Pangu Release Official Jailbreak iOS 9.1?

As said earlier, Apple was working on iOS 9.1 and has already released the firmware [ iOS 9.1 download ]. According to initial reports , it is known that iOS 9.1 patches earlier versions of Pangu 9 jailbreak exploits and it will not work if you try to jailbreak on iOS 9.2 and later. So we think it would be safe to guess that an Official jailbreak iOS 9.1 from Team Pangu is the way to go. Users must note that iOS 9.2 jailbreak is also in the way , and they might considering waiting for the next iOS release before releasing a jailbreak and wasting an exploit .

 

 

 

 

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