We have some good news for the jailbreak fans, as Pangu released a jailbreak that works for iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2, it is good to know that this jailbreak works for all iPods, iPads and iPhones out there.
How To Jailbreak The iOS 9, 9.01 Or 9.0.2 On Your iPod, iPad or iPhone.
If you have upgraded your device to iOS 9, 9.0.1 or 9.0.2 via over-the-air (OTA), you will need to make sure that you firstly restore to a fresh iOS 9.0.2 version from iTunes, keep in mind that if you don’t do this, you will not be able to jailbreak your device, first of all, download the latest version for your iPod, iPad or iPhone and install it on your device.
We remind you that Pangu 9 is currently available only for Windows OS, so you will need a device that runs on Windows, at the same time you will need to install iTunes on your Windows PC.
After you’ve installed Pangu 9 and iTunes on your Windows PC, you will need to turn off the Find my iPhone, to do this, go to Settings->iCloud->Find My iPhone and disable the feature.
Then, you will need to disable the Touch ID and Passcode unlock. This can be done by heading to your device’s Settings->Touch ID & Passcode and selecting “Turn Passcode off”. Before you will start jailbreaking your device, you will also need to enable the Airplane Mode from Settings.
After taking all these steps, you can start downloading Pangu 9 on your Windows PC and connect your iDevice to your computer, once you will click the “Start” button, the jailbreaking process will begin.
A new window will appear, where you will need to select “Already backup” to continue, keep in mind that during the jailbreak process, you will see two applications on the Home screen of your iDevice, one will be named WWDC and another one will be named Pangu.
Your device will automatically reboot and this is when the tool will ask you to unlock your device and to turn on the AirPlane mode again, once you enable the Airplane Mode, the tool will continue the jailbreaking process.
After that, the jailbreaking tool will ask you to run the Pangu application from the Home screen, tap on the Pangu application from the home screen and give it access to the Photos application when it will request it.
Then it will take a few more moments and you will notice a message confirming that the jailbreak has been completed. Once you see that, close the Pangu application from your Windows PC and your iDevice will reboot once again to complete the operation, after your iDevice will boot back, you will notice Cydia on the Home screen, from where you can install tools, applications and games.
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