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How to Jailbreak iOS 10-10.2 on iPhone and iPad with yalu102

The latest build of the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2 is out. Currently, the jailbreak supports only a few devices.

Yalu jailbreak iOS 10.2 is definitely great news for the folks who love using Cydia tweaks to customize their iPhone. But, it isn’t yet completely ready. Hence, you should be a bit cautious about installing it. I would recommend you to try this jailbreak on your secondary iOS device just for testing purpose and wait for the final version of the jailbreak to arrive.

How to Jailbreak iOS 10.2 on iPhone

How to Jailbreak iOS 10-10.2 on iPhone and iPad with yalu102

Things You Need to Know:

  • Yalu jailbreak supports iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPad Pro.
  • It does not support iOS devices like iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus,
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2.
  • It’s compatible with iOS 0-10.2.
  • It’s a semi-tethered jailbreak. Hence, whenever you restart your iOS device, you will need to launch the Yalu app to re-jailbreak it.
  • In terms of functionality, it’s very similar to Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3.
  • As per reports, the jailbreak will support all 64-bit devices later.
  • You need Cydia Impactor app for Mac, Windows, or Linux.
  • You will also need Yalu beta application, in .ipa format to jailbreak your device.
  • Must back up your device via iCloud or iTunes before going through the process.

Step #1.  Download Cydia Impactor on your computer. Also, download yalu102 Beta on your computer.

Step #2. Open Cydia Impactor and connect your iOS device to your computer

Step #3. Next, you need to drag the yalu102.ipa onto Cydia Impactor and then hit Start.

Step #4. When asked, you have to enter Apple ID.

Note: In case, two-step verification is not enabled for your Apple ID, simply enter your Apple ID passwords. If two-step verification has been enabled, you need to log into the Apple ID website to create an app-specific password. Then, you have to enter that password into Impactor.

Step #5. After Impactor has successfully installed the .ipa file, the yalu102 app will appear on the Home screen of your iOS device.

Then, launch Settings app on your iOS device → General → Device Management.

Step #6. Next up, you will have to select the profile related to the Apple ID which you have entered into Impactor.

Step #7. Up next, tap on Trust button. Now, go to the Home screen and launch the yalu102 app. Then, tap on Go button to jailbreak your device.

Step #8. Once your iOS device has successfully been Jailbroken, it will respring. When it restarts, you will see Cydia app on the Home screen.

That’s it! You have Jailbroken your iPhone running iOS 10.2… Now, make the most of all those compatible jailbreak tweaks.

Note: Just in case, Cydia doesn’t appear on the screen, make sure that profile is trusted, reboot your device and run the yalu102 app again.

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How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using English Version of Pangu Jailbreak And Cydia Impactor

The much awaited English version of iOS iOS 9.3.3 Pangu Jailbreak has been released. The Chinese version, which had been launched a week back, made life a bit difficult for all the jailbreak users who couldn’t understand the language.

So, if you have not yet Jailbroken your iPhone or waiting for it to arrive, you can jailbreak your device with ease. Most of the process of Jailbreaking is same. Let’s get started!

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using English Version of Pangu Jailbreak And Cydia Impactor

Must Check Out:

  • The iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak works only with 64-bit devices like iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Pro, iPod Touch 6G.
  • Make sure to make a backup of your iOS device.
  • Must disable Find My iPhone. (Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone.)

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using English Version with Pangu Jailbreak And Cydia Impactor

Step #1. First up, you need to head over Pangu Downloads page. Then, you have to download the Pangu jailbreak .iPA file and Cydia Impactor tool for Windows, Mac or Linux (32 bit | 64 bit).

Step #2. Next up, you will have to connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer using a USB cable. On your computer, you need to open Cydia Impactor software.

Step #3. Now, locate the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak (NvwaStone_1.0.ipa) you have just downloaded and drag and drop it on Cydia Impactor.

Step #4. If you see an Apple Developer warning, make sure to click on Ok.

Step #5. If prompted, you have to enter your Apple ID that will be used to create a free Apple developer certificate for signing the .iPA file of Pangu jailbreak. (I would recommend you to create a dummy Apple ID and use it instead.) Once you have entered your Apple ID password, you need to click on OK.

Step #6. Now, Cydia Impactor will begin to install the Pangu jailbreak app on your device. If you receive a keychain message during the process, make sure to click on the Allow button.

Step #7. After the jailbreak app has been installed on your device. Go the Home screen of your phone. You will see Pangu jailbreak app live and kicking.

Step #8. Next, you have to launch Settings app → General → Device Management. Tap on the developer profile.

Step #9. Now, you need to tap on the Trust button. Tap on Trust again in the confirmation prompt.

Step #10. Return to the Home screen and open the Pangu app. A notifications popup will appear.  You need to accept it by tapping on the Ok button.

Then, tap on the Start button and lock your device.

Jailbreak process will begin. Once it’s done, your iPhone will respring. Make sure to keep the device locked until it has been rebooted.

Once the process gets completed successful, you will see Cydia on the screen.

Now, go ahead and use all the compatible Cydia tweaks on your device. Check out these best Cydia sources as well to get the best out it.

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How to Remove Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak from your iPhone/iPad

As soon as iOS 9.3.3 Pangu Jailbreak was off the block a few days back, I was over the moon. Really. I had been craving for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak for months. However, what started off as a huge euphoria ended with massive disappointment.

Believe me, iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak is too problematic to run smoothly on my iPhone. Initially, I couldn’t jailbreak my iPhone despite giving numerous attempts. But when I finally succeeded in Jailbreaking the device, Cydia would crash 10 out of 10 times when launched.

How to Remove iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak from iPhone and iPad

Moreover, being a semi-tethered jailbreak, I had to jailbreak my iOS device every time it reboots. And even after the re-jailbreak, Cydia didn’t work at all. In the end, I decided to remove the jailbreak.

How to Remove Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak from your iPhone/iPad

Make sure to back up your iPhone before going through the process to get rid of the jailbreak.

Step #1. First up, you need to go ipsw.me website and download the iOS 9.3.3 firmware file. Since the firmware file is specific to each model, you have to select correct file for your iOS device.

Step #2. Next up, you will have to launch Settings app on your iPhone.

Step #3. Tap on iCloud and then disable Find My iPhone.

Step #4. Now, you need to connect your phone to your Mac or PC.

Step #5. Next, launch iTunes on your computer.

Step #6. On the summary page, you have to click on the Restore button while holding the Option key on your Mac. (On Windows, Shift key)

Step #7. A popup will appear on the screen. Now, you will have to browse to the iOS 9.3.3 firmware file you have just downloaded and open it.

That’s it!

Now, iTunes will restore your iPhone to iOS 9.3.3 and get rid of the Pangu jailbreak. Once the process has been completed successfully, you can restore your device with the latest backup as usual.

Hopefully, Pangu fixes the issue sooner than later. What do you think of this jailbreak? Do share your feedback with us in the comment, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3 without Computer

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 imokhles.com/pangujb/

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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How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 on iPhone and iPad

Finally, Pangu has rolled out the new jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3. The jailbreak users, who had been impatiently waiting for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, have plenty of reasons to smile. And, why not Pangu team has once again proved why it’s rated so highly, hasn’t it?

Just like some jailbreak fans, I had also been waiting for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak to arrive sooner than later. It would indeed be great to use all new Cydia tweaks on the iPhone running latest iOS 9 version.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3

Must Check Out:

  • The Pangu jailbreak supports 64-bit devices like
  • iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Pro, iPod Touch 6G.
  • Pangu jailbreak is compatible with iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3.2 & iOS 9.3.3.
  • It is a free jailbreak tool. The jailbreak is tethered and requires a jailbreak every time you reboot your iPhone.
  • To jailbreak your iOS device, you will need Windows PC.
  • You must back up your iPhone using iCloud or iTunes to restore your data later.
  • Make sure to take a complete backup of your iOS device using iTunes or iCloud so that you can restore your data.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu Jailbreak

Step #1. First off, you need to connect your iPhone to your Windows PC or Windows virtual machine. A pop-up will appear asking you to trust your computer. Tap on Trust.

Step #2. Next up, you have to turn off Find My iPhone on your iOS device. Open Settings app> iCloud> turn off Find My iPhone.

Step #3. Now, you will have to download the installer from Pangu’s website. Currently, this installer is only available in Chinese right now. (The Pangu team has reported releasing the updated tutorial and video for the English version.)

Step #4. Up next, you need to run the pphelper installer to install the PP 5.0 tool. Click on the button to start off the installation process. After the installation gets completed successfully, you will have to click the next button to launch the PP 5.0 tool.

Step #5. On the PP 5.0 tool, you have to click on the green button to download the required components for the jailbreak.

Step #6. If are asked for an Apple ID, you need to enter a dummy Apple ID account, which will be used for signing the jailbreak app that will be installed on your device.

Step #7. After you have entered the Apple ID, click on the green button which is below the sign-in boxes. Now, you need to wait for the app to get installed on your iOS device. Once it is done, click on the green button.

Step #8. Next, tap on the email address on the Device Management page which appears on you iPhone.

Step #9. Tap on Trust. Tap on Trust again to confirm.

Step #10. Now, return to the Home screen, and open the jailbreak tool. Next, you need to enable notifications and uncheck the box under the circle.

Tap on the circle, then lock your iPhone. Now, you need to wait for your device to respring. Once your device has rebooted, you will see Cydia raring to go on the Home screen.

As it’s a “semi-tethered” jailbreak, if you reboot, you will have to go through the steps again from 10 and 11 to use any jailbreak tweaks.

Though it’s not a full-fledged jailbreak, you would like to give it a try if you are willing to get the best use of new Cydia tweaks.

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SemiRestore: Restore Your iPhone or iPad without Losing Jailbreak

More often than not I have to restore my iPhone for various reasons like fixing any software issue. Though I’m not so pained by the rather long time it takes, the thought of losing jailbreak always makes me feel sad a bit. And let me tell you, I’m not the only one who is so miffed with restoring a Jailbroken iOS device.

Meet SemiRestore-the smart tool that allows you to restore your iPhone without having to lose your jailbreak. It has been updated to include devices running iOS 5.1-iOS 9.1.

Semi-Restore to Restore Your iPhone and iPad Without Losing Jailbreak

SemiRestore Allows You to Restore Your iPhone or iPad without Losing Jailbreak

It removes everything such as apps, photos, media, tweaks and messages from your iOS device except jailbreak. Therefore, you don’t have to go through the long process of jailbreaking your device after restoring it.

Available for 64-bit Windows or 64-bit Linux and Mac

SemiRestore is compatible with both Mac and other computers running 64-bit Windows or 64-bit Linux. According to the developer, SemiRestore for OS X is provident on a “Works for Me” basis. It has been tested on two iOS devices using Mackintosh running OS X 10.11.4 and 10.11.5.

Windows users must be running iTunes 12 or newer and .NET 4.0 or higher installed. As for Linux users, they must have libimobiledevice, GTK 3, libusbmuxd-tools, and openssl installed. The jailbroken iOS device must also have OpenSSH installed on it.

How to Get Started With It

Due to some bugs, SemiRestore currently doesn’t work as expected. During our test, we have found it full of glitch. Hence, won’t recommend you to go ahead with the process.

So many users who have tried to restore their device have reported that it gets stuck during the process. Therefore, it’s advisable to wait until it improves its performance.


SemiRestore has strived to resolve the dilemma of jailbreak users. Hopefully, it fixes the bug sooner than later to let us restore our Jailbroken iPhone without any worry.

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How to Jailbreak iOS 9 – 9.0.2 on iPhone and iPad [On Mac and Windows As Well]

If you are a diehard fan of jailbreak, here’s good news for you. Jailbreak for iOS 9 is finally available to public. Earlier we had seen video of untethered jailbreak, which was not released to public. Since then, people were waiting for a jailbreak for their iOS 9.

Thanks to the Pangu team, who have finally released a public version tool to jailbreak iOS 9. This tool supports all the iDevices running iOS 9. Pangu tool for Jailbreak is available for both: Windows as well as Mac Users.

iOS 9 Untethered Jailbreak

How to Jailbreak iOS 9 on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Very first thing is to backup your device completely using iTunes.

Step #2. Now disable Find My Phone from Settings → iCloud → Find My Phone → Toggle to Turn Off Find my iPhone.

Step #3. Also disable Touch ID and Passcode from Settings → Touch ID & Passcode → Toggle to turn off Touch ID.

Step #4. Turn On Airplane Mode ON from Settings.

Step #5. Now it’s time to download the Pangu jailbreak tool for Windows and For Mac.

Step #6. Connect your device to PC and launch the Pangu tool followed by clicking Start button.

Step #7. Your device will now reboot, once the device is started, Pangu will again ask you to put your device in Airplane Mode. The process will continue only after you toggle on the Airplane Mode.

Step #8. Wait for some time and open the Pangu app on your device after you see a message on your PC.

Step #9. The Pangu app will ask for permission to access your Photo Library; tap on Accept button to continue.

Step # 10. Tap OK when you see a message, “Pangu Would Like to Access Your Photos”.

Step #11. After this, your device will reboot again. You can now disable Airplane Mode and run the Cydia app.

Watch out how to jailbreak iOS 9 on iPhone or iPad:

There you go; you have now Jailbroken iOS 9 on your device.

How to Fix a Bootloop of Death After iOS 9 Jailbreak on iPhone

After Pangu released their tools to Jailbreak iOS 9, many users have successfully Jailbroken their devices. But at the same time there are many users who were stuck at Apple logo; this state is called Bootloop of death (BLoD).

There isn’t a clear picture on why does iPhone/iPad enters Bootloop. Along with that, there is no clear picture on how to exit the BLoD. There’s one solution that many users have acknowledged as working. Follow the guide exactly it is mentioned, if you are facing Bootloop issues after Jailbreaking your iOS 9 device.

How to Fix a Bootloop of Death After iOS 9 Jailbreak on iPhone

How to Fix a Bootloop of Death After iOS 9 Jailbreak on iPhone

Step #1. Download the right IPSW file from IPSW.ME

Step #2. Connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes.

Step #3. Restart your iPhone in recovery mode (Keep Sleep/Wake button pressed along with Home button unless you see iTunes logo on your iPhone screen).

Step #4. On PC, iTunes will ask you to choose any one option of the two: Update and Restore. Press ALT + Restore option and select the IPSW file you downloaded.

Step #5. After restore is completed, setup your iPhone but do not setup Touch ID, Passcode and iCloud/iTunes.

Step #6. Jailbreak your iPhone using Pangu tool.

Step #7. After Jailbreak process is completed, toggle off Airplane mode and launch Cydia. Let it process and respring itself.

Step #8. Now again open Cydia app and install Cydia Subtrate, and again let it respring the device.

Step #9. Now power off your device (Swipe to power off).

Step #10. Turn it back on. Keep reading as below steps are crucial to exit the Bootloop.

Step #11. Force restart your device by pressing Sleep/Wake button along with Home button until you see the Apple logo.

By following this process perfectly, you will be able to exit Bootloop of Death. Share your thoughts on our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus) or in the comment box given below.

Common iOS 9 Jailbreak Problems and How to Fix Them

Update: If you are facing some or the other errors while Jailbreaking our iOS 9 device, download the updated tool released by Pangu Team. This updated version has fixed errors like: 0A error code, improved success ratio and also it removes the Pangu app from your iPhone or iPad after successful jailbreak.

Before proceeding to any of the below solutions, make sure you have the latest Pangu tool downloaded, as most of the issues have been resolved in this updated tool. Even after updating your Pangu tool, you are facing errors, keep reading below for other solutions.

How to Fix Problems in Pangu Jailbreak in iOS 9

Today is like a festival for jailbreak lovers, as finally the famous Pangu team has released the public version of untethered iOS 9 jailbreak. The process is very simple and we have already explained how to jailbreak iOS 9 using Pangu tool.

There are a certain amount of users who aren’t able to jailbreak their iDevices using this tool. There can be different reasons for this error; we have tried to list down all of them along with their solutions. Below is the guide which may solve your issue, and you might be able to jailbreak your device successfully.

iOS 9 Jailbreak Problems

Unable to jailbreak

If you are simply unable to jailbreak without any error codes, you should try some basic troubleshooting given below:

  • Toggle on Airplane Mode from Settings app on home screen and try again.
  • Try rebooting your device as well as your PC.
  • Try restoring your device from the facility given in Pangu tool, and then try again.
  • You will need to disable Touch ID and Passcode from SettingsTouch ID & Passcode.
  • Also disable Find My iPhone from SettingsiCloudFind My iPhone.

Even after performing this basic troubleshooting, your issues aren’t resolved, keep reading below for other solutions.

Unable to complete to 100%

If you have encrypted your backup using iTunes, you might be getting error like this: “Error at 45% – Error occurred in preparing the environment, error code (0A)”.

You will need to disable Encrypted backup option from iTunes. To do it, open iTunes on your PC, click your device → Summary, under Backups uncheck the box “Encrypt (device) backup” option. And then take an unencrypted backup of your device. This solution has proved to resolve the issue for many users.

Use iTunes instead of OTA updates

If you are getting some other issues apart from what we discussed, then this might be because you might have updated your iOS 9.0.2 via OTA updates. Try restoring your device from iTunes, this should solve the issue.

Double check your iOS version

If you were too excited to jailbreak your device, and forgot whether it is compatible with your iOS 9, then it’s time to check now. To make sure, you should be running iOS 9 and not iOS 9.1 Public beta version. As the Pangu tool is designed specifically for iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2.

Unable to start process because of grey button

In case you have already connected your device, but the Start button in Pangu tool is still grey; then connect your device with iTunes once. Then close iTunes and check on Pangu tool if you can now click the Start button.

Unable to locate Cydia app

If you have completed Jailbreaking process without any error, but unable to see the Cydia app on your screen, then open Photos app, and then run the Pangu app and wait.

Error: /usr/libexc/Cydia/cydo error (2) error

The only possible fix for this error is to restore your device completely and re-jailbreak it.