iOS 9.3 – 9.3.1 Jailbreak For iPhone [Status Update]

Jailbreak community was surprise launch of the iOS 9.1 Pangu jailbreak in early March. Pangu 9 Jailbreak tool compatible with both Mac and Windows, but it does raise the immediate question of “what’s the current state of iOS 9.3 and iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak?”.

Apple released iOS 9.3.1 to the public with patch a bug which randomly started crashing devices whenever links were tapped in Safari and other apps on iOS 9.3.

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But now that we have iOS 9.3.1 download available for public, is a iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak available or coming for it? Well from security perspective, not much has changed in iOS 9.3.1 compared to iOS 9.3. Apple’s security updates page doesn’t list any further changes for new iOS 9.3.1 which means whatever vulnerabilities Apple patched in iOS 9.3 remains as is in iOS 9.3.1. So, if iOS 9.3 Jailbreak released, it should work for iOS 9.3.1 Jailbreak as well.

Now those who follow our regular iOS 9 jailbreak updates closely will be aware that Italian iOS hacker Luca Tedesco has been involved in a lot of activity of late. That involvement included successfully jailbreaking and posting a video showing jailbroken iOS 9.3 quickly after Apple’s initial release of the first iOS 9.3 beta. The video evidence coming from the hacker shows that iOS 9.3 and possibly iOS 9.3.1 are both ability of being jailbroken. The problem though is that hacker has a number times made it clear that his exploit is private and he doesn’t plan to release it as a public jailbreak tool.

So where does that can be download? Reputed jailbreak teams Pangu and TaiG usually don’t provide any updates prior to a release. At this point in time with iOS 9.3.1 update released and the latest Apple devices such as, iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro available in stores, we can only hope that they have something making for iOS 9 jailbreak community and will release once it’s ready for prime time.

So if you are on iOS 9.3, you probably should upgrade to iOS 9.3.1. Because iOS 9.3 has a nasty universal links bug and updating to 9.3.1 shouldn’t hurt your chances of jailbreaking in future as iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1 are essentially same from security perspective, as also explained earlier.

If you are on iOS 9.2.1 care a lot of jailbreaking, you should probably stay there and wait for a next jailbreak release. If there’s anything the recent release of Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak has shown us, it’s to stay on as low firmware version as possible and wait patiently for the next jailbreak release. Because downgrading from iOS 9.3 / iOS 9.3.1 to 9.2.1 no longer be possible.

The recap, there is currently no public jailbreak available for iOS 9.2, 9.2.1, 9.3 and iOS 9.3.1. Those of you who care about security and don’t want Jailbreak (Cydia) should update to the latest iOS 9.3.1 update. Those who don’t and want a jailbreak should stay or downgrade to iOS 9.2.1 and wait for the next jailbreak release.

As always, we will keep bringing you latest updates on the iOS 9.3 – iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak front as soon as we hear more on it. Stay tuned.

iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak got delayed because of iOS 9.3 Jailbreak?

Apple has released the iOS 9.0.2 on September 30, 2015, which fixed the lock screen bypass issue. If you’re still on iOS 9.0.2 or lower version, then you can download Cydia to your device using Pangu iOS 9.0 – iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak. The iOS 9.2 was released in December 2015 and it came with some new language compatibility such as Arabic language and the USB Camera adapter which allows the iPhone owners to send their photos to any other Apple device without having to sync to a computer. The latest iOS 9.2.1 update was released on January 19, 2016.

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Apple has seeded iOS 9.3 BETA 2 to beta testers last week, but it seems that hackers groups will keep on looking for loop on new iOS 9.3 version more than iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak.

PanGu and TaiG are two hacker groups that are well knows for releasing iOS jailbreak and it seems that Apple has been struggling to make its new iOS versions very secure in order to discourage the iOS hackers and stop them from developing jailbreak tools. However, it seems that both hacker groups have found in the past enough loops in the system and cracked the mobile operating system.

After hacking the mobile operating system, they can unlock various features and options, allowing the users to customize their iOS devices the way they want. According to some rumors, in order to discourage Apple to develop an “un-hackable” operating system, the hackers have decided to release iOS 9.3 Jailbreak right after the release of the iOS 9.3 public update.

There are also speculations saying that PP Jailbreak (Pangu’s partner) already has the iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak tool, but it’s not sure when it will be released. With other words, we’re pretty sure that these two hackers groups will keep on looking for loop on new iOS 9.3 version that Apple will release, despite of all the great efforts the developers will make in order to make this iOS secure.

How to change predictive text color on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

How to change predictive text color on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch [Free Jailbreak Tweak]

Predictive text does a good job of guessing the next word you may type on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device. Of course we have all run into the issue of having our phone auto correct unnecessarily, which causes me to contemplate throwing my iPhone out the window. But in the end, Predictive text is mostly helpful. So if you would like to spice up the look of the Predictive text options, differentiating it from the normal text below, you can no do so.

ColorPredictive is a simple, and free jailbreak tweak that adds another level of customization for those looking to make their devices endlessly uncommon.

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You will need to have a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch in order to download this tweak. Open up Cydia and search ColorPredictive by cole cabral. Install the tweak and respiring your iOS device.

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Once your device is back on you can go to Settings > ColorPredictive. You will need to enable it first, then tap on, ‘Pick the color of your choice’

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When you tap on option you will be taken to a color array, were you can choose any color with a tap or drag of your finger. Use the sliders to adjust the Red, Green, Blue, Alpha of your selected color. You can also enter in a Hex color code if you know codes, or you can find one online. Once you have chosen your color, hope in Messages and view your new color changes on your device.

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Taig / Pangu iOS 9.1 jailbreak Update – When It Will Be Released?

One of the most asked question in these days is “Can I jailbreak iOS 9.1 on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch?” Well, it seems that, currently, the latest iOS 9.1 version can’t be jailbreak, but it’s just a matter of time until the Pangu or TaiG Jailbreak teams will finally release it.

We remind you that Pangu 9 Jailbreak has released the jailbroken solution for the iOS 9, 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 and we’re sure that not many have expected that. So, if you want to jailbreak your iOS, make sure that you keep away from iOS 9.1 or higher versions.

Cydia on 9.1

It is good to know that Apple has stopped signing to the iOS 9.0.2 version, so if you you’ve already updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to iOS 9.1, you can’t downgrade anymore to iOS 9.0.2, which is the latest jailbreakable iOS version. It means, if you’ve already updated your device to iOS 9.1, you will need to wait until one of the hacking teams will finally release a jailbreak for it.

iOS 9.1 Jailbreak – When It Will Be Released?

There is no news regarding the iOS 9.1 jailbreak, but we’re sure that Pangu or TaiG iOS Jailbreak teams will surprise us once again. There are rumors which say that this jailbreak will be released before the end of 2015. However, the iOS hacking teams haven’t confirmed that they are getting closer on releasing the jailbreak for the iOS 9.1

We remind you that Apple has patched the Pangu Team methods of exploits and this is the reason why the iOS 9.1 Jailbreak is delayed. The hacking teams will need to find some other exploits to download Cydia for iOS 9.1 and this can’t take longer than expected.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 untethered using Pangu9 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

The Pangu 9 jailbreak team has finally unleashed its Mac version of untethered jailbreak for iOS 9 with Pangu 9 1.1. Mac users no longer have to use Windows Virtual Machine to jailbreak iOS 9 on Mac OS X. Pangu 9 is a free untethered jailbreak tool for all iOS 9 compatible devices and it works on any Windows or Mac OS X computer.

The Pangu 9 Mac tool (v1.1.0) also compatible with all iOS 9 versions including iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 like Pangu 9 Windows tool. However, Pangu9 not support for latest iOS 9.1 Jailbreak so users cannot use Pangu 9 for Jailbreak iOS 9.1

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Pangu 9 is supported on the following iOS devices

  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S
  • iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2
  • iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad mini
  • iPod touch 6G, iPod touch 5G

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How to jailbreak iOS 9 with Pangu 9 Jailbreak on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

  • Download Pangu 9 Jailbreak for Windows or Mac
  • Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your PC using USB cable.
  • Back up your important data and settings via iTunes or iCloud
  • Disable Passcode by going to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode and then turn off Find my iPhone feature  from Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone. Finally, turn on Air Plane mode on your device
  • Launch Pangu 9 Jailbreak you downloaded earlier in step 1. If an error message saying: “Pangu9 can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer”, appears on the screen, then just right click on the Pangu9 icon, and select Open in the menu options. Finally, click on Open button.
  • Wait until Pangu9 recognizes your device and then click on the Start-button.
  • Hit Already Backup button to continue with the iOS 9 jailbreak process.
  • Once the iOS 9 jailbreak progress bar reaches 55%, your device will automatically reboot.
  • When the Pangu9 progress reaches 65%, you will see a prompt to unlock your device and enable Airplane mode again.
  • Once the status bar reaches 75%, Pangu9 will prompt you to unlock your device and run the Pangu app again. Open the Pangu app from the Home screen or if the app is missing then try searching your device for “Pangu”. Wait until the device is successfully jailbroken and you now uninstall WWDC and Pangu apps one by one.
  • In the next screen prompt, you need to click the Accept button on your iOS device in order to access to the Photos app. Then select Allow on the ensuing popup message-box to allow Pangu to access your devices Photos.
  • Let the iOS 9 jailbreak progress complete and then your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch will reboot automatically.
  • After the device is rebooted, the Pangu9 tool will tell you that your device is “Already Jailbroken”. At this moment, the Cydia icon should appear on the last page of home screen on your device. Disable AirPlane mode before Open Cydia. Cydia will take some time while preparing file system when it is launched it will exit the setup preparation and respring your device.