The iOS 9 jailbreak tool was released by Pangu few weeks ago. However, the tool only allowed users to perform jailbreak iOS 9 on Windows PC. Now Pangu has rolled out an iOS 9 jailbreak tool for Mac.
According to iDownload Blog, the Pangu for Mac tool can be used for jailbreaking iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and IOS 9.0.2 on Mac PCs. Pangu’s tool is one of the fastest jailbreaking tool.
Users can perform the jailbreak on following devices:
- iPhones: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
- iPads: iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and iPad Air 2, iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and iPad Mini 4.
- iPod Touch: 5th and 6th generation models.
Performing iOS 9 jailbreak on Mac
- After performing a backup of an iDevice, connect it to the Mac PC.
- Navigate to Touch ID & Passcode in Settings on the iDevice and disable it.
- Navigate to iCloud in Settings to disable Find my Phone.
- Enable Airplane mode in Control Center.
- Download Pangu for Mac from here and launch it.
- It will automatically detect the iDevice that is connected to the Mac PC.
- The tool ask user to perform a backup. If the backup has been done already, click on Already backup.
- Hit the Start button to begin jailbreak. The iDevice will reboot during the process.
- The Pangu tool will then prompt the user to unlock the device and enable airplane mode.
- The tool will continue with the finishing part of the jailbreaking process.
- Launch the Pangu app that will appear among the apps on the iDevice and click on Accept.
- The jailbreaking process will end in few seconds.
- Reboot the device and turn off the Airplane mode.
- Launch the new Cydia app and it will take some time in Preparing Filesystem.
- The device will reboot and launch the Cydia app to access new tweaks. The jailbreak process will now complete.
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Carrying out jailbreak can result in voiding the warranty of the iDevice. It can even also result in loss of data. Hence, IBTimes readers are advised to perform the jailbreak at their own risk. IBTimes will not be responsible for damage to the device or loss of data.