As you may have noticed, a Pangu iOS jailbreaker has just been released and it’s very efficient when it comes to jailbreaking iOS 9.3 and a few previous iOSs. As a security measure, Apple has also released an iOS 9.3.4 which bring many security and bug fixes, but probably the most important feature about it is that it’s believed to be designed to patch the jailbreaking app.
It’s optional to upgrade to it, but if you do, it’s very possible that you will no longer be capable of using the jailbreaker. But if you want to keep on using the jailbreaked and you’ve already upgraded, here is how you downgrade. Also, keep in mind that the downgrading is possible only as long as Apple will sign the firmware and you should hurry because it won’t do it for long.
Step 1. Make a backup of our files on iTunes of iCloud;
Step 2. Go to Settings >> iCloud and turn off the ‘Find My iPhone’ option;
Step 3. Now you have to download the iOS 9.3.3 firmware IPSW file;
Step 4. Connect your iOS devive to a computer via an USB port;
Step 5. Launch the iTunes app;
Step 6. Now, you’ll have to select your device from the top left corner of the iTunes window;
Step 7. Then you’ll have to click on the ‘Restore iPhone’ option while you hold the Option key on the left. If you are using a PC or a Mac you can also try to use the left Shift key;
Step 8. Finally, select the iOS 9.3.3 and just wait for iTunes to complete the downgrading;
Once the downgrade is over, you’ll have to set up the device to restore your data. And you can go back to using the jailbreaker. This can work on any iOS based device whether it is an iPod, iPhone or iPad.
Now, this downgrade is only advisable if you plan on using the Pangu jailbreaking app, but if you’re not interested in that, then there is no need to do it. In fact, in that case, you should upgrade to it for the security fixes.
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