Jailbroken iOS devices are now facing some problems that actually done using the latest Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak. Stuck with Apple logo boot loop issue, and we here got a perfect fix for that. Following these instructions here or some workarounds on how to fix the problem, you can really get rid of such loop holes.
First thing first, you have to know why the device going into boot loop? The Pangu jailbreak actually uses two racing conditions, one during the jailbreak process and secondary when booting up. It’s that condition on boot that is likely triggering kernel panic, sending the device into endless boot loop of sorts.
Second point is, now it won’t happen on all device. If you are lucky enough, your jailbreak will work in first try without any boot loop. There’s no permanent fix for this issue though, at least not until Pangu Team gears up its iteration with an official bug fix update, but nevertheless, there are some quick workarounds which you can try out to get your device back up and working normally.
For that you will need to try to fix the boot loop problem right now.
Reboot normally! Hold down the power button and wait till the device powers off. Turn it back on and see if this brings the device back to life.
Next thing you really need to try is to hard reboot if the normal reboot doesn’t do the trick anymore. On your device one or two hard reboots may not be enough. Try to manually hard reboot the device four to five times, and then leave the gadget as is and wait for it to go through automatic boot loops. It should approximately take 10-15 or in some cases even 20+ automatic boot loops before the device boots back normally into the lock screen. Your mileage may wary on this depending on the type of iOS device you have. iPhone 6s/6 and iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus makes its performance a bit early than iPhone 5s, 4s etc.
How To Hard Reboot or Restart Your iPhone, iPad
Step 1: Press and hold both the Power button and the Home/Touch ID button on the iPhone together. Hold both buttons down for at least 10 seconds.
Step 2: After screen going black, or white – depending on which color iPhone you have – and the iconic Apple logo appears, it’s time to release both buttons.
This way you are going to automatically put iPhone through the process of rebooting. The Apple logo still stay on the screen for a varying amount of time. Newer devices as oft-mentioned will boot up a lot faster than say an iPhone 4s. The iPhone will then boot back to the standard lock screen ready for you bto unlock and use as normal. If Touch ID is activated on the device then remember that you’ll actually need to enter your Passcode to access the device after a reboot has taken place.
From start to finish, the whole process should literally take less than thirty seconds and will solve a multitude of niggles and problems.
Hold down volume up/down buttons
In many cases, this trick worked perfectly in bringing the device back to life from boot loop issue.
1. Hold down the power and home/Touch ID buttons until the device turns off.
2. Now turn it on normally by holding down the power button and when you see the Apple logo on the screen, try pressing both volume up/down buttons.
3. Repeat the above steps until the device boots back usually. Give it at least four to five tries.
Leave the device as if for a few hours
In some rare cases, you may have to leave the device unattended as is while it boot loops itself for a few hours and see if it comes back.
Worked? If everything fails?
Even though trying all of the above workarounds and the device still doesn’t boot back normally, then you have to do a fresh restore using iTunes. Sorry! What this will mean is that since Apple is not longer signing iOS 9.1, your only option currently available be to do a restore to iOS 9.2.1 or 9.3 to get your device in working condition again. You can find direct download links for iOS 9.2.1 here and there isn’t any jailbreak tool released. Jailbreak For iOS 9.2.1 Is Not Here, But Pangu Team Recommends Updating To Firmware Is Good.
The above solutions helped fix boot loop problem for you after iOS 9.1 jailbreak? Yes or no is your answer can be shared via social networks.
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