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It’s been some time since Pangu released an update for the public. Pangu’s jailbreaking tool is more compatible with iOS 9.3.4 and 9.3.5. But, the jailbreaking tools for iOS 9.3 and 9.3.3 are a bit different from each other. The semi-jailbreaking tool is safe for use and can be reversed.

Do you want to use Pangu’s jailbreaking tool with your iOS 9.3.5?

Go To Pangu’s Website



Type in https://pangu8.com/93.html in the mobile browser. This will take you to the developer website. Here, you should be able to attain the most current iOS version from your mobile browser. Hit the Jailbreak iOS 9.3-9.3.5 button to start the downloading process.

Put System Into Jailbreak Mode

After visiting the link, the site will determine if your system is compatible. If you’re using iOS 9.3 – 9.3.5, then you should be good to go.

Agree To Jailbreaking Process Terms

Before the process can move forward, you must read over the jailbreaking terms and conditions. Remember though the process can be reversed and is safe for every device compatible.

Install App

Once you’ve downloaded the app, you need to install it. Upon installation, the semi-jailbreak app menu shows up. From there, you hit the install back on the right-hand side.

Install Other Apps Using The Semi-Jailbreak App

From there, you can install the Cydia app as well as other apps in the Jailbreak App Store.  When done, you’ll get a notice that the device is jailbroken.

With these easy-to-follow steps, you can successfully install the jailbreaking tool. And, if you don’t like the jailbreaking tool, you can reverse the entire process without causing the device to become bricked.

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