It’s here folks, the very first jailbreak for iOS 9 and it’s Pangu who’ve beaten other jailbreak teams to the punch. The best thing is that this iOS 9 jailbreak works on all supported devices including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Below, we’ll show you the steps on how to jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 on iPhone & iPad using Pangu Jailbreak.
Before you proceed:
- The jailbreak is only available for Windows. Mac users will have to run a virtual machine to use the Pangu iOS 9 jailbreak.
- The jailbreak works for: iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2.
- Pangu is an untethered jailbreak and will work on all iOS 9 supported devices.
- Backup your iDevice via iCloud or iTunes to save important information just in case something goes wrong.
- For good measure, disable anti-virus programs and firewalls since it doesn’t play well with Pangu jailbreak.
How to Jailbreak iOS 9 to iOS 9.0.2 on iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch Using Pangu Jailbreak:
- Download the latest version of Pangu Jailbreak. (Pangu 9 v1.0.0)
- Disable Passcode by going to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > tap Turn Passcode Off.
- Disable Find My iPhone by navigating Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone > and toggle the Find My iPhone to off.
- Enable Airplane Mode by going to Settings then toggling the Airplane Mode switch to on.
- Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the computer via USB.
- Run the Pangu executable you’ve downloaded in step 1 as an administrator. Right-click on the executable file and select “Run as administrator.”
- As you open Pangu, your device should be detected. Click the Start button to proceed.
- On the next page, click the Already Backup button.
- The Pangu app will now start the jailbreak.
- Your device will reboot and at around the 65% mark, you will be asked to re-enable Airplane Mode.
- At the 75% mark, you will be asked to unlock your iDevice and run the Pangu app from the Springboard.
- There will be a message from the Pangu app asking you permission to access the Photo library. Tap Accept, then OK on the next dialog.
- The jailbreak process will now continue and once the progress bar is complete, your iOS device will reboot. You should see Cydia sitting nicely on your Springboard.
And that’s it! Your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is now jailbroken on iOS 9. A big thanks to the Pangu team for releasing such an early jailbreak. Sound off in the comments if you have questions about the guide.