Download Untethered Jailbreak iOS 9.1
Moments ago Team Pangu released iOS 9.1 Jailbreak as a surprise or we can say a bombshell on iOS 9.1 users waiting anxiously for the Jailbreak. The news of iOS 9.1 Jailbreak brought in some joy and brought in some sadness amongst the iOS users because most of the users are on iOS 9.2 or iOS 9.2.1. However, there are users who are still on iOS 9.0.X series or are on iOS 9.1 and didn’t updated to iOS 9.2.X. Therefore, those of you who are on iOS 9.0.X – 9.1, they are in awesome luck and those of you who are on iOS 9.2.X are way out of luck.
The main reason behind this is the fix of vulnerability by Apple in iOS 9.3 Beta 5 due to which the Jailbreak for iOS 9.2.X couldn’t be released. Apple in the fifth Beta of iOS 9.3 fixed the vulnerability found by Team Pangu for iOS 9.2.X, which is really devastating for many iOS users because it has been a long time since they last saw Jailbreak on their iDevice.
Well, this doesn’t mean that Jailbreak for iOS 9.2.X won’t see the daylight. It will see the day light in near future or after Apple is done releasing iOS 9.3 and some other things along side it.
Meanwhile, we will focus on how to Jailbreak iOS 9.1, while we wait for the iOS 9.2.X jailbreak to arrive.
How to Jailbreak iOS 9.1
1. Preparations for jailbreak.
Please backup your device before using Pangu. Although we have successfully tested Pangu with a number of devices, we strongly suggest you backup your data via iTunes before jailbreak.
In order to increase the success rate, please switch your device to airplane mode, and disable passcode and “find my iPhone” functions in system setting.
2. Unable to jailbreak devices that are upgraded via OTA
The firmware upgraded via OTA affects Pangu 9 a lot and usually causes Pangu 9 to fail. If you have failed many times, please try to download the latest firmware and restore your iOS devices.
In addition, Pangu itself now provides a functionality to easily restore iOS devices and automatically complete the activation and jailbreak, through a simple one-click.
3. the warning of “Disk is almost full”.
This is because during the jailbreaking process, Pangu will write some important files into the system partition and lead to this warning. However, it will not affect your device. If Cydia is installed, it will re-adjust the system files on its first launch and then the warning would disappear.
4. Suggestions after several failed attempts
1. Please switch to the airplane mode, try again.
2. Please reboot both your iOS devices as well as your computer, and try again.
3. Please use the restore functionality in Pangu to restore your device, and try again.