The Pangu 9 is the jailbreak tool and that released for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 9.0 related iOS versions. Though the first release was a computer-based, there is a direct Pangu app as well and that can use through the Safari browser. Using the tool, anyone can download Cydia on 64-bit devices. It is a semi-untethered jailbreak tool that will ask you to reboot every single time when the device will reboot. For it has to sideload using Cydia Impactor, you can use Windows, Mac or Linux during the process of loading the app. However, this is not about how to become jailbroken? This is about how to remove Cydia iOS 9.3.3?
Remove Cydia iOS 9.3.3
Remove Cydia from a true jailbroken device means unjailbreak. There are a few ways to remove jailbreak status from a device and that will no longer keep Cydia tweaks or any single feature that you arranged on your device with jailbreak permission. Thanks to Jay Freeman, there is a specific tool call Cydia Eraser which we previously knew as Cydia Impactor to completely get rid of jailbreak. But the matter is you do not have Cydia eraser for iOS 9.3.3. So this is how to remove it without Cydia eraser.
Guide to remove Cydia iOS 9.3.3
- Connect your jailbroken iPhone to the Computer
- And then put the device into recovery mode
- Open iTunes. Make sure that you updated iTunes to the latest version
- Click OK > Restore options orderly
- iTunes restore message will popup. Click Restore and Update option and continue
- The restore process will begin. Keep the device connects to the computer and do not try to operate the device for any reason
- Welcome to your new iPhone notification will display on your screen once you have successfully completed the process
- And then you can carefully remove the iPhone from the computer and check its status
As this is the iTunes restore method, you will finally push to the latest iOS version after unjailbreak the device. Keep in mind that you will not be able to go back to iOS 9.3.3. But if you are with a version that has Cydia Eraser, you are lucky for it smoothly remove stuff related to jailbreak and let you remain with iOS 9.3.3. So you can jailbreak with Pangu in the future. Or it is a relief i8f we pushed to another jailbroken version. If a tool is not there so far, you have to patiently count days for a new release.