Pangu 9.2-9.3.3 Jailbreak on the Way

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Any idea if an untethered solution is in the works? I see no major reasons to leave 9.02 (untethered) for a semi-tethered 9.3.3
 
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Any idea if an untethered solution is in the works? I see no major reasons to leave 9.02 (untethered) for a semi-tethered 9.3.3
All I know is that icrackuridevice said on YouTube that one won't be released sadly, and to bite the bullet. As for you jailbreaking now, it's very smooth. I love it. I just have to make sure to put phone on charge before it dies haha. Re-tethering can be a little confusing but it finally works after a few tries for me.
 

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Thanks, I had missed your remark earlier in the thread on this.
 
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Has anybody had their iPhone randomly reboot yet, in this case going into no jailbreak Mode? I had it happen to me today or last night and obviously I have no clue why. If it was something I installed then it would have happened way before last night or this morning.
 

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No reboots here. It could be an app.
 
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Chinese vs English Pangu Jailbreak - possible 1 year certificate. If you have watched a video about this, such as icrackuridevice's new video that was just released, what is your opinion? Do you believe that the PP version could at some point seek to mine for other data information on your iPhone?

I'm not willing to go through the process of rejailbreaking my iPhone. I don't have any heavy duty personal information to lose if that's what they are worried about with PP. Icrackuridevice also doesn't want PP to continue to search for the certificate in the background etc. His choosing is the English Pangu version.
 

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Guys as of this morning I am back to stock. The risk is too great for me. I wish we had an unthetered version, plus I will be in iOS 10 soon enough. I do miss my tweaks already :(
 
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Pangu has denied all accounts of hacking. They are reputable as we know them by for past 4 years they say. They responded to these accusations via Twitter. I'm not worried to be honest. The main question is, how did the folks that were supposedly hacked jailbreak? Via computer? IPhone? And which language version?
 

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I saw that. However until that is sorted out I rather be safe than sorry. It sucks because my JB was rock solid.
 
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I saw that. However until that is sorted out I rather be safe than sorry. It sucks because my JB was rock solid.
I don't blame you one bit for being worried. I am a little bit the same way, but I don't have PayPal account set up like on the app as the app isn't working on jailbroken iPhone. Also I don't use apple pay anymore so no cards set up of course. It said possibly social media accounts were hacked. Very odd.
 

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I only use a handful of tweaks and always install manually
And, even-though you manually install, the tweaks always remember your last settings. I used pkgbackup when I first learned to jailbreak. But, now I also manually install. I keep a list handy.