If you’re trying to jailbreak your device because you’re ultra excited, just like we were this morning when we pieced together a comprehensive step-by-step tutorial for Windows, then there’s a good chance you probably ran into some hiccups.
It’s a brand-new tool, and that means there are some bugs that need to be ironed out, and probably will be in coming weeks.
Pangu team caught us by surprise yesterday by releasing a semi-tethered jailbreak for i OS 9.2 – i OS 9.3.3.
With the Chinese version of the jailbreak tool already available for download, many users have been reporting issues with it and haven’t been able to successfully jailbreak their i Phone, i Pad and i Pod Touch.
After the release of Pangu’s latest jailbreak tool, Apple made a couple of fixes in their backend.
These fixes and the large amount of traffic on PP’s servers are preventing users to successfully install the Pangu Jailbreak app onto their device.
I immediately restore the device completely (not via a backup) and restore to one of your backups then re-jailbreak it. Yeah I know, it sucks a lot seeing everyone else got their Jailbreak 9.3.3, and you’re still at the downloading process.After I’ve successfully jailbroken my i Phone, I ran into several issues.After looking for help from the r/Jailbreak community, I’ve found some excellent solutions.An infamous developer known by the name Coolstar rolled out a package named “Stashing for i OS 9.2 – 9.3.3” that addressed the same stashing issue.The package allowed tweaks to be installed on the data partition rather than the system partition.