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How to Re-Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu After Rebooting iPhone

Pangu jailbreak team has just released iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. Though it’s a semi-jailbreak, a lot of iPhone users from around the world must be pretty happy to go full throttle at it. And why not, the latest jailbreak had kept jailbreak users waiting for quite some time.

Since the jailbreak is tethered, it requires jailbreak whenever you reboot your iPhone. As for instance, if you have rebooted your iOS device, you can’t just jailbreak tweaks or apps including Cydia unless you jailbreak again. I’m sure it’s a bit disappointing but you have got to take it as there is no alternative—at least for now.

How to Re-Jailbreak iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3

In order to re-jailbreak your iPhone running iOS 9.3.3, you don’t require PC. Even though may not be so comfortable as an untethered jailbreak, it’s easier than a tethered jailbreak.

How to Re-Jailbreak iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu After Rebooting iPhone

Step #1. First and foremost, you have to open the PP Jailbreak app on your iOS device.

Step #2. If you get a prompt to enable notifications from the app, tap on OK button.

Step #3. Next up, you will have to tap on the circle button in the center of the screen. Then lock your iPhone.

Step #4. After some time, you will get a notification from PP saying “Storage Almost Full”. Make sure to ignore the warning and do not unlock your iPhone.

Step #5. After the process has been successfully completed, your iPhone will respring.

Now, you can use Cydia as well as other tweaks installed on your iOS device as usual.

That’s all there is to it!

Pangu jailbreak tweak has once again proved its supremacy. According to reports, the famous Chinese jailbreak team is already working on the iOS 10 jailbreak.

What’s your assessment about semi-untethered Pangu jailbreak? Which is the one Cydia tweak which you are going to use most on your Jailbroken iOS device? Shoot your opinion in the comments below, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.