Apple is doing its best to patch multiple issues across its software, but not all updates are impossible to crack, because there are teams of hackers who find exploits and release jailbreak editions. PanGu already made a lot iOS 9 users very happy, because this team managed to jailbreak this version, but they’re not stopping here, as they’re working on a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 and they’re planning to release it before the end of 2015.
On PanGu’s official website, you’ll find the iOS 9.1 jailbreak which is available with a TaiG 9 beta tool and Semi Jailbreak online script. This solution is the only one you’ll find at the moment, but the semi jailbreak isn’t fully functional, so we are not responsible for any possible damage done to your device. You should know that Apple disabled the iOS 9.1 downgrading option, so if you’ve made the mistake to update your iPhone or iPad to this version, then you’ll be stuck with it until iOS 9.2 will be released.
But if you’ve already upgraded to iOS 9.1 and you still want to jailbreak your device, then below you’ll find a step by step guide to semi jailbreak.
So, you’ll need to go to the semi jailbreak official website (pangu8.com/91.html) using the Safari browser, before starting the jailbreak process, bookmark the page, because in case the jailbreak fails, this will restart the process automatically.
Tap on the iOS 9.1 jailbreak button and after your iOS version will be checked, you will click the Continue button, this will start the jailbreak process and you will wait between 20 and 40 seconds until it will complete.
Before the jailbreak process is over, you’ll be redirected to the installation menu and you’ll install the SemiJB application, after that, you’ll click the exit button and this will finish the Jailbreak process.
The last step is to install vShare Semi jailbreak app manager and using the SemiJB app, you’ll get an online based Cydia version.
There is no news when PanGu will release a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2.
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