About a week early we got iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, and now Pangu has successfully released a new version of Pangu 9.3.3 with English language help making the tool used by more. As we have passed only few days from the release, we still do not know whether this has come to clear out the confusions or add even more. But up to now things are running smoothly in a comprehensive interface.
Even though the new tool version has removed Chinese-only limitation allowing to function in any platform, it is still a Semi-untethered and works only for 64-bit models. In that way, you could take this wait ahead to see whether Pangu comes with changes, but if you are not satisfied with the jailbreak you have already applied on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, it should be important to know how to remove the jailbreak. So read on and know the proper way.
Removing iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak
Since iOS 9.2-iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak is a semi-untethered you will find some limitations with the tool, so it will be useful to know the proper way to unjailbreak iOS if you feel no use of keeping the changes.
Cydia impactor or what we call Cydia eraser is still not available for iOS 9.3.3. So you have to wait for an updated version to use Cydia impactor as a way of removing iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. In that way, you will not find a better way than restoring through iTunes. So below I have given an easy guide to unjailbreak iOS 9.3.3, if you want to remove the jailbreak you have installed, simply follow our step guide.
- Step 1: Connect your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the PC or Mac with a lightning cable help
- Step 2: Turn off your iDevice and Press and hold down the Home button and Power button to put into Recovery Mode and move to the next step
- Step 3: Then launch iTunes from your Mac or Windows PC and there you will notice a prompt in the app interface
- Step 4: Click “OK” to continue
- Step 5: after that, click on “Restore” in the next interface
- Step 6: In the next prompt, click “Restore and Update”
- Step 7: If you have followed the above steps, iTunes will start restoring iDevice, so be sure not to disconnect or interrupt the procedure
- Step 8: Now you have to wait patiently and after all you will get a screen like shown below
Now your iDevice is successfully restored giving you a chance to start fresh with the stock iOS. So if you have had a complete backup of your device’s data as we recommended, you can now follow screen instructions to restore from backups.
If you do not feel happy with the installed Semi-untethered jailbreak, you will not find a better solution than restoring through iTunes. So follow our simple guide to remove iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak and make your iOS back to stock to start fresh.
With iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak in a semi untethered frame has brought confusions to some. Specially when jumping to new jailbreak from an untethered and stable version like iOS 9-9.0.2 jailbreak. Letting you decide we keep it aside but there will be more to know from Pangu 9.3.3 with considerable changes. And let us hope Pangu to soon remove the limitations of new Pangu download version making it useful for more jailbreakers. So stay tuned and get updated with latest jailbreak facts.