As expected, when Pangu released iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak a couple of days ago, I rushed to jailbreak my iPhone. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out for me despite trying a number of times using my Windows PC. And just when I had started to get rather disappointed to be so unlucky, I got a much-wanted leeway. Guess what?

You can jailbreak your (64-bit) iPhone/iPad running iOS 9.3.3 even without the help of your computer. If you are willing to get the best out of this semi-tethered jailbreak which requires a jailbreak every time you reboot your iPhone, let me walk you through the steps.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 on iPhone without Computer

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3 without Computer

Step #1. Launch Safari on your iPhone.

Step #2. Next up, go to

Step #3. Now, tap on the Install button.

Step #4. A popup will appear on the screen, tap on Install.

Now, the jailbreak app will begin to install on your iPhone.

Step #5.  Once the app has been successfully installed on your device, open the Settings app.

Step #6. Tap on GeneralDevice Management.

Step #7. Now, you have to tap on the new profile and then tap on the Trust button.

Step #8. Next, return to the Home screen on your device. Launch PP Jailbreak and accept the notification prompt. Tap on OK in the popup.

Step #9. Tap on the circle button which is in the middle of the screen. Once it turns into text, you need to lock your iPhone. (If you don’t want to install the PP Store App on your device, you need to uncheck the box right below the circle.)

You will receive a notification from PP app saying “Storage Almost Full”. Make sure to ignore it and don’t unlock your device.

Step #10. Your iPhone will respring after the process gets completed. Cydia will appear on the Home screen after the reboot.

Video Walkthrough

That’s all there is to it!

Now, go ahead and enjoy making the most of the iOS 9.3.3 Cydia tweaks. Make sure to check out this most comprehensive list of the compatible tweaks.

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