How to jailbreak iOS 9.2-9.3.3 with PP-Pangu Tool

The wait is over and today is the fun day! The highly anticipated iOS 9.2-9.3.3 jailbreak has just been released by Pangu Jailbreak Team and PP Assistant!

Click here to download the jailbreak tool

The jailbreak supports 64-bit devices only at this moment, which means iPhone 5s or later, iPod 6G, iPad Mini 2 or later, iPad Air or later. We will keep you posted if anything changed or updated. Here is how to jailbreak with the PP-Pangu Jailbreak Tool below which is available on Windows PC only:

1. Download and run PP Jailbreak Assistant onto your computer. Connect your device to the computer and make sure it is recognized.

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2. In the PP Jailbreak Assistant, click the Green 1-click jailbreak icon at the bottom. Enter the Captcha if required and it will start preparation.


What you need to do at the moment is to wait for the preparation work to be done until you see the PP Jailbreak app appear on your homescreen.


3. When completed, it will request to add a profile on your device which is critical for the jailbreak. You need to trust the Pangu profile.


4. Launch the PP Pangu Jailbreak App on your device and allow Push Notification from PP Jailbreak.

5. Click the big button in the middle of the screen. Before that, you can uncheck the “Install PP Assistant” if you want. The jailbreak process will then start.


6. Lock you device manually and wait for a few seconds until you see the Pangu notification on lockscreen. Just ignore “storage if full” message.


7. Now just wait for the Pangu app to install Cydia and clear things up. It will then resorting your device.


8. After reboot, launch the PP Jailbreak app and it will tell you if the jailbreak is successful or not. If not, simply re-jailbreak from Step 1. Remember DO NOT uninstall the PP Jailbreak App or Cydia will crash at launch. Otherwise, you can launch Cydia and enjoy!

9. Note that it is an semi-tethered jailbreak but you need to “re-activate” the jailbreak upon each reboot. Simply launch the Pangu App and click the button and it will do the rest for you. Once your device is resprung, you are good to go.

As usual, some rules of thumb before jailbreaking:

  1. Fully backup your device via iTunes or iCloud
  2. Restore the device from iTunes if updated via OTA to avoid unpredictable issues during the jailbreak process
  3. Connect your device and launch iTunes to make sure it is recognized
  4. Turn off passcode and Touch ID lock and “Find my iPhone”
  5. Run the Jailbreak Tool as Administrators

Enjoy and good luck!

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Stephen Chan

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25 thoughts on “How to jailbreak iOS 9.2-9.3.3 with PP-Pangu Tool

  1. Works. It did not ask for captcha tho. Had to run the tool twice. When you close the tool, it stays on the notification area, you have to force close it to restart the process.
    Once it resprung or rebooted immediately after pressing the big round button on the device. But the second time i had the Cydia notification, then waited 5 minutes and it resprung fine with Cydia installed. Great.

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  2. When I try to run the PP jailbreak app on my device, it asks me to trust and verify again but when I go into Settings -> General to trust and verify I get an error that says I’m not connected to the internet (I am connected).
    So, I can install, but cannot run the enterprise app. Any one else experiencing this?

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  3. PP shows jalibreak successful, however cydia is not downloaded, I have tried using Pangu english instructions and PP app (Chinese) both ways with same results it says jailbreak success but no cydia.

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