Fix Error “Pangu Is No Longer Available” with iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak
Thanks to Pangu we have a working jailbreak for latest iOS firmware iOS 9.3.3 by now. So anyone can update to latest iOS 9.3.3 and then turn jailbreak either picking the original Chinese version or recently updated English one. Even though this new release has made a big inspiration in iOS jailbreak community, there is an equal number of posts talking about the confusion in the tool side. As of the nature, this is a Semi-untethered with both tethered and untethered features. So it is possible to expect errors in anytime. In this brief note we hope giving a good solution for the most reported “Pangu is no longer available” error with iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak. So read on as this must be needed in anywhere if you had the jailbreak or willing in times ahead.
If you are a regular visitor, you must know of Pangu 9.3.3 English version which came about a month after the original version. Even though both these versions are standing for the same job, those two follows own procedures featuring slight changes. In fact, iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak with Pangu English version requires Cydia impactor download to proceed. With this new tool announcement, Pangu has sorted out the language problem and at the same time removing Windows-only restriction too. But still Semi-untethered is there which makes you re-operate the app after every reboot. In addition to that you will also have to re-jailbreak every time your certificate expires terminating the jailbreak. what I am going bring in this brief note appears here. In fact, if you try re-operating the app at a time your certificate has expired, you will find this alert saying “Pangu is no longer available”. So here is the way to get rid of this matter easily.
How to get this Solved?
As you already know, this problem can be solved by re-signing the Pangu app with Cydia impactor download and jailbreak the device once again by side-loading the app. Even though this sounds less troublesome, I have brought a more favorable way to make this matter solved. So let see how this can be done even without the PC.
- Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Time and Date to turn of “Set automatically”option in your iDevice
- Step 2: Then get the option where you can manually set date and put a previous date which came before your certificate expired
- Step 3: As done, you can now try the jailbreak app from your Home screen. And you will notice how it works without getting the error like in previous attempt
After that wait few minutes letting your device to respring after a successful iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak and turn back the option to ” Set automatically” by reaching Settings.
Even though this is not a inevitable matter, what I explained today is quite interesting and less fatigue as all can be done without the PC involvement. So remember to use this simple trick after every reboot you make when the certificate has already expired. So give a try to iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak without stressing on its semi-untethered state, as there are ways to heal the little matters with the tool. So try this simple technique if you get with the problem, and keep iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak to enjoy a vast Cydia 9.3.3 experience with all upcoming updates. Stay tuned to know more interesting facts.