Jailbreak iOS 9.1 Pangu v1.3 Tutorial for 64-bit iDevices

Complete Step by step Tutorial to jailbreak 9.1 with Pangu!

Jailbreak iOS 9.1 Pangu v1.3 Tutorial for 64-bit iDevices


While the jailbreak world waits for a new jailbreak utility for iOS 9.2.1, today unexpectedly!  Pangu issued a new update to their jailbreak utility Pangu9 but only for iOS 9.1. 

Jailbreak iOS 9.1 Untethered Pangu9 v1.3 Tutorial


Yes, that's right! Now you can jailbreak iOS 9.1 with Pangu for 64-bit iOS devices using Windows.
Unfortunately the new Pangu jailbreak utility update doesn't support iOS 9.2.1 nor the upcoming iOS 9.3 also it only supports newer iOS devices 64-bit (from iPhone 5s - Check the supported idevices in the list below). 
So for iOS 9.2.1 and the upcoming iOS 9.3 users they still have to wait for a new update to be issued.


How to Jailbreak 9.1 Untethered via Pangu iOS 9.1 version 1.3 for iPhone 6S Plus, 6S, 6 and 5s, iPad Pro, Air 2, Mini 4 


So if you stayed and still one of iOS 9.1 users, then you are lucky! 
Now you can Jailbreak your iOS device running iOS 9.1 and with our simple step by step guide you'll finally possess the famous and most wanted jailbreak app Cydia on your device and finally be able to enjoy the jailbreak world.

If you are new to the jailbreak world, and this is the first time you are willing to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, then follow our easy step by step guide and learn how to jailbreak your iOS Device running iOS 9.1.

 After successfully jailbreaking your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you will need to add new repos and sources to Cydia App so you can install new tweaks, jailbreak Apps and unlimited Cydia packages. 
We provided everything you will need after jailbreaking your iDevice in the liste below .



Pangu9 v1.3.0 support only iOS 9.1 on the following iDevices:

  • iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus
  • iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 5S
  • iPad Pro
  • iPad Air 2 and original iPad Air
  • iPod touch 6th generation
  • iPad Mini 4, 3 and 2


How To Avoid ALL Pangu Jailbreak 9.1 Issues : 


 Some important points before you proceed with the tutorial, it’s critical that you meet the latest Pangu jailbreak requirements to guarantee the success of your iOS 9.1 jailbreak.

1. Disable Find my iPhone (iPad or iPod, it's based on your device) inside the iCloud in settings. It’s important that you remain signed into iCloud.
2. Turn off Auto lock inside of Settings → General.
3. Disable Passcode lock and Touch ID, if you have a device with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.1 using Pangu

Learn How to Jailbreak iOS 9.1 Untethered Pangu iPhone 6S Plus, 6S, 6, iPad Air, Air 2, Pro, Mini 4 Tutorial on Windows.
Here’s how to jailbreak your device running on iOS 9.1 using Pangu jailbreak :

Step 1: Download Pangu9 version 1.3.0 and iTunes 12.3.x for Windows from the below download section to ensure that you obtain genuine copies of the official software for iOS 9.1.

Step 2: Connect your device via USB, open iTunes and make sure that it's connected with your device. If this is the first time connecting to the Windows computer you’re using to jailbreak with, or the first time since it was last restored, you’ll be required to trust the connection on both your device and the computer.

Step 3: Close iTunes once you are at the main device overview screen. From there, toggle Airplane mode inside of Control Center (this ensures the successful execution of the jailbreak). Launch Pangu and click “Start”, followed by “Already Backup” to proceed with the iOS 9.1 jailbreak.

Step 4: You will be asked to enter the Airplane mode a second time, do it when it's prompted. After injecting the data, Pangu will ask you to launch the Pangu app now on your iDevice, do it! and do not open any other app or use your idevice until the jailbreak is complete.

There will be one final reboot for the iOS 9.1 jailbreak

You Have Successfully Jailbreaked your iDevice!

After that you'll be able to see the famous app Cydia in the place of the icon that was once the Pangu app! Now you can launch Cydia and refer to the below note to ensure you won’t be forced into an iOS 9.2.1 restore.

Important Note: Please don’t forget to disable AirPlane mode before launching Cydia.
When launching Cydia for the first time, be sure to allow the app to properly reorganize the file system – simply do not interrupt it to avoid any potential complications.
Cydia will exit after it is done, and respring your device.

Please don’t forget to re-enable the Passcode and Find My iPhone feature after successfully jailbreaking your device.

 Once you’ve jailbroken your idevice, be sure to visit our jailbreak apps and tweaks category page, where we’ll be posting all the tweaks that have been updated and released for iOS 9.2.1. And follow our weekly editions of  the top Cydia tweaks and Apps.

What you need to do after Jailbreaking

1. Check our guide to learn how to add sources and repos on Cydia app.

 2. And Get the full list of the top reops to add on Cydia, read our special article about the latest Best Cydia Sources and Repos. 

 3. Also Visit our special section for the latest new Cydia tweaks and the best free and paid Jailbreak Apps, everything about the new released and updated tweaks.

 4. And follow our weekly editions of  the top Cydia tweaks and Apps.


Download Pangu9 v1.3.0 to Jailbreak iOS 9.1



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