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Pangu jailbreak update 1.2 through Cydia


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This is the untethered exploit installed by the Pangu 9.0-9.0.2 jailbreak tool. If you jailbroke your device with Pangu 9.0-9.0.2, this untether has already been automatically installed for you.

Note: Upgrading this package will require a reboot. Since iOS 8, if you upgrade Cydia at the same time as installing a package that asks for a reboot, Cydia might get killed, and you might fail to be asked to perform the reboot. We recommend upgrading manually if this happens.

Version 1.1 of this package improves the success rate and reliability of the bootup process on 64-bit devices, as well as correcting an issue that led to a failure to use the instrument functions of Xcode.

Version 1.2 of this package removes the software update daemon, which protects your jailbreak and actually fixes a problem where Manage Storage would for unknown reasons show a spinny and never finish :/.

Please also note that rebooting can surface other problems unrelated to the untether or Cydia. For example, having incompatible tweaks installed can cause problems upon rebooting.


Please don't try to uninstall this package. If you want to remove your jailbreak, you need to restore your device with iTunes.
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No thanks  :girlcrazy:

Stay away from Pangu,  if you want crashes and  constant reboots of your IOS then go ahead with Pangu... 

im not trusting them my devices enymore even il have to stay on IOS 8 forever



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thanks for the post - wasnt sure if it was a glitch on my iPad or it was an actual update



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No thanks :girlcrazy:
Stay away from Pangu, if you want crashes and constant reboots of your IOS then go ahead with Pangu...
im not trusting them my devices enymore even il have to stay on IOS 8 forever

As I have said 4 devices jail broken with pangu 1.10 0 issues
iPad 4 32bit
iPad Air 64 bit
iPad Air 2 64bit
iPhone 4s 32bit


Fresh install don't restore anything
Jailbreak the device
Start Cydia for the 1st time, the not it reboot device
Stick with Cydia dependencies and install iOS 9 apps from Cydia 1 at a time, if it jumps into safe mode delete the app you just installed


Only reason x64 devices play up from my end is if you didn't do on the screen quick enough, it is time dependant

Also if something goes wrong you will notice the pangu app don't ask for the access to your photos a 2nd time you begin jailbreak, so a backup of a freshly installed 9.02 saves a few problems, or at least the Ipsw file
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