Here’s how to update your current iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak to newly released Pangu 1.1 with 1-year certificate instead of the usual 7-days free dev certificate. You can now download Pangu version 1.1 (English version) of the jailbreak app for iOS 9.3.3 with a new “embedded certificate” option.
Pangu Team has finally pushed a new version 1.1 update for their English version of iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak app. The latest app has managed to cause a great amount of contention in the Jailbreak Community. We now have a functioning jailbreak solution that liberates the new devices running the latest public firmware, which could be one of the most complex solutions that have been seen for a while, and it has managed to flummox and perplex users since its launch.
The updated Pangu English version of the jailbreak app adds a new option called “embedded certificate” which basically adds a 1-year enterprise certificate instead of a free 7-days developer certificate, similarly how it has been in PP Chinese version of the app.
Actually, what it means is that now your English version of the jailbreak will last for 1 year instead of seven days before it needs to be re-signed and re-sideloaded again. It’s important to note that the Pangu jailbreak is still semi-untethered variety, where you will still have to re-jailbreak your device on every reboot to put it back again into jailbreak mode, but that can be done directly on the device using Pangu’s jailbreak app without needing any computer.
What’s new in the update is that you don’t ever have to start everything from scratch again to get the 1-year certificate now on your English version of the jailbreak. You can simply update iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak to last 1-year by re-jailbreaking using the updated Pangu 1.1 version of the jailbreak app as well as Cydia Impactor.
For that, you can head to our Pangu download page and grab the updated version 1.1 of the Pangu jailbreak IPA file, as well as Cydia Impactor for Windows and Mac, to sideload the updated IPA file onto your compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device, from here: Download Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak For Windows, Mac, Linux [English Version].
This is our tutorial! Follow the instructions to update your existing iOS 9.3.3 English Pangu jailbreak with 1-year enterprise certificate.
Those of you already jailbroken and want to ensure that you have that year long security, then follow these simple steps below to update your existing jailbreak with. Best of all, updating to 1-year certificate using this method doesn’t mean you have to reinstall jailbreak tweaks from Cydia!
Step 1: You have to download the updated Pangu 1.1 IPA file, and of course Cydia Impactor for Windows and OS X.
Step 2: Now on your jailbroken device, first close all the apps from the multitasking switcher, then delete the current Pangu jailbreak app from the Home screen.
Step 3: Now reboot the device. It will go into non-jailbreak mode.
Step 4: Plug the device into your Mac or PC via USB. Launch Cydia Impactor, and then drag the previously downloaded IPA file into it. You will be asked to sign the IPA file to be sideloaded with an Apple ID. Do it using a free burner Apple ID created from appleid.apple.com. Thus, it will allow you get the jailbreak app with 7-days certificate back onto your device. Albeit an updated version.
Step 5: Once done perfectly, head to Settings > General > Device Management and verify/trust the app signed with your Apple ID.
Step 6: Next, launch the new Pangu 1.1 jailbreak app on the device, accept the prompt for push notifications, and then look for the new “Use embedded certificate effective until April 2017” option. Check the box and begin re-jailbreaking the device by pressing START, followed by manually locking the device using Power button.
Step 7: You will soon get a push notification on the Lock screen, after which it will respring automatically.
Step 8: Magic happens! Once the device has resprung, it should replace the old 7-days certificate of yours with a new enterprise certificate of 1-year (April 2017 to be exact). Head to Settings > General > Device Management on the device again, and make sure that you trust the Chinese developer profile that has been just installed.
Finally! You should now have a fully functioning, jailbroken device running the English Pangu jailbreak tool that contains a 1-year enterprise certificate. Next what? Just enjoy a iOS 9.3.4 jailbroken device.
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