It’s been quite some time since we saw an article for Jailbreak. With that being said, this community never gives up on the hope of new firmware, and it’s jailbreaks. But again at the same time, its no joke. One cannot simply jailbreak without any previous experience or at least without a tutorial. But putting an end to it, we have a new solution. This method will allow you to jailbreak your phone without having to use any complex methods or a computer. All you need is your iPhone, and you can achieve this with the help of Safari web browser.
This works on all 64-bit Apple devices capable of running ios 9.3.3 firmware. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to go about it using your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices –
- Firstly, update your device to the latest iOS 9.3.3 version.
- Once done, create a backup of your device using iTunes or iCloud as well.
- Remember to disable any passcode, TouchID and “Find my iPhone/iPad/iPod” feature from your device before proceeding with this method.
- Launch the Safari web browser and go to
- Tap on the install button once prompted as a pop-up. Now wait for it to install the PP app on your device.
- Once the PP app appears on the Home screen of your device, head to Settings > General > Device Management and Trust the certificate from AKRAM AL NEAMI BUILDING MATERIALS TRADING CO (L.L.C).
- Now launch the newly launched PP app. Accept the prompt for push notifications when asked. Also, uncheck the PP checkbox.
- Now, tap on the big circle in the center, then once the process starts, hit the sleep/power button to manually lock your device while still being in the PP app. This might take a while.
- Soon after this, you will get a notification on your lock screen stating that your device has been successfully jailbroken.
- After this, unlock the device and you will find yourself again, preparing the environment for Cydia.
- Once done, your device reboot again and you should have Cydia installed on your device.
Note that this installation is semi-untethered, which means that you will have to run the PP app to reinitiate the jailbreak every time you reboot your device. Try this is method yourself and let us know if you have any queries or suggestions on this & stay tuned for more tutorials like these in future.