You must already know that for Apple’s mobile OS there’s a working jailbreak is now available for 64-bit devices running the currently public build, iOS 9.3.3, through iOS 9.2. Once again, it comes from the Chinese Pangu Team that has rolled out the tool, delivered through the jailbreak as semi-untethered this time around, which undeniably comes with a minor inconvenience surrounding reboots. Although crashes and many more.
Jailbreak enthusiasts have finally created a convenient browser-based version of Pangu’s jailbreak that enabled users to install the jailbreak app directly from their device without the need to connect to a computer. With Totoateam’s repack of such jailbreak worked right through mobile Safari, alternatively. But unfortunately, we have a bad news for you – the offering no longer works, well, at least for now.
The JailbreakMe-esque jailbreak installs an app and corresponding certificate onto your device, where the latter requires verification for the app to be installed, launched and the jailbreak to proceed (permission). Apple has, understandingly, revoked (canceled) the signing certificate from its end, which in result, will prevent users from installing the aforementioned “PPJailbreak” app.
If you attempt to jailbreak now using the Safari-based tool, you are going to get “Unable to Download App – PPJailbreak could not be installed at this time.” error, as shown in the screenshot below.
Even though if Apple has stopped signing the certificate, users will be prevented from trying it. Nevertheless, a temporary method is already there – could be resurrected with a PPJailbreak .IPA signed by another Apple Developer account, but that isn’t going to last long as the Mac maker will most probably take an action against it as well. What now?
It is slightly less convenient in that it requires you to download a Windows tool and connect your device to a computer, but it’ll get the job done perfectly. In case if you lose the jailbreak app for some other reasons, yu’ll have to use the 25PP Windows-based tool to install it again onto your device.
Those of you who jailbroke using Safari method will need to install a new version of PP jailbreak app on their device. Used to re-jailbreak after every reboot, but since Apple has revoked access when installed via Safari, you’ll need to get it back using Windows jailbreak tool.
You can view our full tutorial here: How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 On iPhone 6s, 6, 6s Plus, 6 Plus, 5s, iPad, More [Tutorial]. And here’s the Safari-browser method: Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using Safari Without Computer.
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- Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3, 9.3.2: Full Pangu Install Guide Released
- List Of iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Tweaks Compatible For iPhone And iPad