Jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 Without Computer – With the release of iOS 9.3.4, there were a bunch of security improvements that were brought into it, which weren’t there in the older versions. Apple stopped the widely used Pangu jailbreak with the introduction of iOS 9.3.4. Here, we are referencing to the recently released PPHelper jailbreak which was released by PanguTeam and PP Assistant Team. This jailbreak covers iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 and was released in August, last year after being hinted at MOSEC, in the middle of a conference co-hosted PanguTeam.
Now, if you’ve updated your device to iOS 9.3.4 but for the jailbreak purposes, want to go back to the older version. We must inform you that there is lesser time left to downgrade it as Apple might not be signing iOS 9.3.3 for a longer period of time. So, if you really want to do it, do it now. If you haven’t updated it to iOS 9.3.4, then we would recommend you not to do it, if you want to jailbreak to be more convenient. As this update doesn’t fix any bugs and is rich in security measures. So, by updating iOS 9.3.3 to 9.3.4 you may be saying goodbye to your precious jailbreaking tools.
But if you don’t want to downgrade iOS 9.3.4, but still need a jailbreak for your device then we have a quick guide for you on how to do it, to receive all the latest updates regarding the jailbreak for your device.
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Jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 Without Computer (Safari Method)
By doing this you will get the complete access to all the newest Pangu Jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 updates as well as the download links.
- First of all, on your Apple device, open the Safari browser.
- Now as you’ve opened it, type jailbreakios9.xyz in your URL address bar.
- As the page loads, and when it has loaded, tap on the UP arrow. This up arrow is usually situated at the bottom of the screen in iOS devices, however, in iPad, it is situated at the top of the screen.
- As you tap on it, a number of options will be displayed. Click on Add to Home Screen from all of those options.
- Name that icon Pangu and then tap on the Add option to add it to your home screen.
- Now close Safari, you will be able to see the icon on your home screen.
But as its hard for Pangu to find vulnerabilities in iOS 9.3.4, you may need to downgrade your iOS to 9.3.3 to perform the Windows/Mac jailbreak method effectively on your device.
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With every new update, Jailbreaking is getting harder and harder, and it is pretty evident that Apple is winning this war. Pangu has made full efforts in order to find new nitpicks to work on and bring some improvements to the Pangu 9.3.4 jailbreak tool. Downgrading to iOS 9.3.3 is an indeed a good option to jailbreak your device. If you do that, make sure to take a complete backup of your device using iCloud or iTunes.
You can also use Cydia jailbreak through the same method that we mentioned above. The only changes that you’ll have to implement are that the URL will be ios9cydia.com and you should obviously name the icon Cydia.