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With the release of iOS 9.3.4 to the public, the timeline to jailbreak your iOS 9.3.3 will be closing soon. This will be good until Apple will stop signing the firmware and that is not a good news for iOS device users. So, it will be too late for you to install the iOS 9.3.3 version and to downgrade from the iOS 9.3.4 to 9.3.3.

It can be recalled that the last jailbreak for iOS publicly released was the version 9.1. But, Pangu has recently released the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak having a good number of updates just as Apple has been releasing. This was made possible with the help of the jailbreak tool called PPHelper from Pangu itself and co-developed by the Chinese PP Assistant Team.



The PPHelper Method

The PPHelper can be used on a number of selected devices only, including the iPhone 5S or later, the iPad Mini 2 or later, the iPad Air or later, the iPad Pro, and the iPod Touch 6.

So, before you go on and try to download the jailbreak tool, it is important to note that it can’t be used for 32-bit devices. This tool is only created for 64-bit devices for the moment which should only be suitable for the devices mentioned earlier.

The Safari Method

This procedure should work for all devices including the iPod Touch, iPad, and the iPhone. To begin with, you must have a working Internet connection. From that point, you should launch the Safari browser on your iPad or iPhone.

Just type the URL ios9cydia.com from the address bar and tap go. Then, after the webpage will load fully, you should go to the bottom and tap on the arrow pointing up. This will enable you to get to the options page where you can select the Add to HomeScreen option.

You should rename the app as Cydia on the next screen and then tap the Add button. So, now even without using a PC or Mac, you can have the Cydia app icon installed on the iOS 9.3.3 firmware.

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