After such a long time without a jailbreak, the sigh of relief from the jailbreak community was audible when PPHelper jailbreak for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 was released. It wasn’t the best of jailbreaks to start with but a series of updates have stabilized it, bringing in support for the Mac and the English language, along with a better way of installing it, using a tool called Cydia Impactor [ext link]. For those that are still on iOS 9.3.3 and haven’t installed PPHelper yet, now is a good time to do it and you can follow our step by step tutorial linked here to make it easy for you.
Image : Taig iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Update
How to get iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak :
You can use any one of these two methods to jailbreak your iOS 9.3.5 device.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
PPHelper for iOS 9.3.5 has not been released yet. It is undergoing testing by Pangu team in closed developer’s beta only. But when it is released , we will update this page with download links [ Email Subscribe ].
Method : Safari Method for iOS 9.3.5
- Open Safari on your iOS device
- Type the given URL into your address bar – taigjailbreak.org
- Look for the UP arrow on the loaded page – it will be at the bottom on the iPhone and at the top on the iPad
- From the options that appear, tap on Add to Home Screen
- Call your icon Taig . Tap on Add and close Safari down.
- The Taig jailbreak app icon will now be on your home screen giving you instant access to all the latest iSO 9.3.5 jailbreak updates
Video : The following video shows you these steps
PPHelper iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Release Date :
Apple has been busy in the last couple of weeks; first, they released iOS 9.3.4 with the sole purpose of patching the exploits used in PPHelper and now they have released iOS 9.3.5, again containing a number of security fixes. In recent days we have seen two pieces of proof of iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak [ext link] but neither were made public and, in all likelihood, the fact that the developers provided proof of the jailbreaks to the public could be the reason behind iOS 9.3.5.
Image : Cydia iOS 9.3.5
So, iOS 9.3.5, being the latest iOS version, is the one we are really looking to for jailbreaking. No doubt Pangu are giving it a look because they will want to know if there are any exploits left to use. However, the bad news is, if there are any to be used, they will most likely hold on to the for iOS 10. If the next generation of firmware, due for release in a few weeks, does not patch the exploits they can be used in an iOS 10 jailbreak. If it does patch them, Pangu may well release an iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak.
If you did go ahead and update to iOS 9.3.4, perhaps in the hopes that a jailbreak would be released, we have bad news for you. Apple has now ceased signing of iOS 9.3.3 which means that you now cannot downgrade back and install PPHelper. You will have to sit tight and wait to see what happens in the near future, to see if Pangu can release an iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak. If you have not updated and you are using PPHelper jailbreak, do not update your device and do make sure you download Cydia Eraser.