How to jailbreak iOS 9.0-9.0.2 with Pangu tool for Windows “Codename Fuxi Qin” with Virtual Machine

Biggest news for today is the sudden release of iOS 9 jailbreak by the famous Chinese jailbreak/hacker team Pangu. It is compatible for iOS 9.0 to iOS 9.0.2.

iOS 9 jailbroken

Preparations and points to note before jailbreak:

  • Disable Passcode / Touch ID lock. You can set it back after jailbreak
  • Restore your device if you have OTA update on your device
  • Disable Find my iPhone or just completely sign out from iCloud
  • Turn on Airplane Mode

Here are the steps to go through in text (watch the video alongside with the text, recommended):

  • Launch Windows on Virtual Machine (We use VMware Fusion 8 for demonstration)
  • Connect your device to the computer
  • Select “Connect to Windows” when prompted
  • Launch iTunes, trust the computer to make sure the device is recognized
  • Close iTunes
  • Download the Pangu iOS 9 jailbreak tool from
  • Launch Pangu tool as Administrator
  • Press Start to jailbreak
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  • Press Already Backed up after the final reminder and the process will start.
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  • If you have not turned on Airplane mode, it will remind you to do so now
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  • After first reboot, unlock the device, open ControlCenter, enable Airplane mode again
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  • Upon request, unlock the device, launch the Pangu app on Home Screen
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  • Once launched, tap Accept, and allow access to Photos
  • And then just let the magic happens
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Here’s the video tutorial, full walkthrough with detailed explanation on how to do this on your Mac with Virtual Machine:


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris says:

    After launching the Pangu app on the homescreen, it asks for permission, I allow. About 30 seconds later, it fails “Error occurred. Please retry.” Verified airplone mode engaged and passcode/touchID turned off.


    1. Stephen Chan says:

      How about iCloud / find my iPhone?


      1. chrisnelsonx says:

        Tried clean restore. No accounts associated. No locks, etc. same results.

        Tried jailbreak after restoring from the cloud. Logged out of all associated accounts. Same results.

        All fails.


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