Jailbreak iOS 9.1: For those who were waiting for a new Jailbreak to update to iOS 9.1 we have great news. Jailbreaking iOS 9.1 is now possible with Pangu 9.1. But, this is not possible for all iDevices. Yes that’s right Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.1 is not possible for all iPhone / iPad device models. So before getting into tutorial let’s list the compatible and incompatible devices.
Compatible Pangu 9.1 (iOS 9.1 Jailbreak) devices:
- iPhone devices wit 64 bit CPU: iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
- iPad devices with 64-bit CPU: iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro
How to Jailbreak iOS 9.1 with Pangu 9.1
Before start make sure you verify these requirements:
- You’ll need a Windows Computer (currently Pangu 9.1 is only available for Windows)
- You’ll need iTunes installed (you don’t have necessary drivers in your device)
- Make sure you’ve iOS 9.1 installed on your device (confirm it on Settings)
- Make a backup of your device (locally in your computer)
Step 1: Turn your device into Offline mode.
Step 2: Go to “Settings” > “Touch ID and Pass Code” > unlock with your pass code > “Turn Pass Code Off”. You don’t have to erase your fingerprints just turn off your pass code.
Step 3: Back to “Settings” > “iCloud” > Sign Out from iCloud
Step 4: Make sure you have enough free-space (space required: 0.5 – 1 GB free)
Step 5: Connect your device with your Computer (make sure your device is trusted)
Step 6: Download and install Pangu 9.1 you can check links here: download Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.1 (Windows)
Step 7: Open Pangu tool > click “Start” > click “Already Backup” > Start Jailbreak Process.
Note: your device may reboot some times during this process, and may ask you to unlock your device and turn it in airplane mode again some times.
Step 8: Wait until Pangu tool asks to open Pangu app from your iOS device (you can find it on your home screen last page) and it may occur near 90% of the process. When the process is complete it will show you a end message.
Note: if you get “almost full device” ignore this is you had 0.5 GB to 1 GB free space when you started jailbreaking.
Step 9: Open Cydia from your device (from Home Screen) and wait until it prepares the file system > Reboot again.
If you have any trouble drop a comment so we can help you and can create a trouble-shooting list.