Pangu 9.2-9.3.3 Jailbreak on the Way

Rgn

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Finally got my 5 jail broken. It took a couple tries but it's done.
 

liberated

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Wait I thought the jailbreak was only for 64 bit devices, how did you jailbreak and iPhone 5?
 

Rgn

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I have a 5s. didn't mean to lead people on with that
 
Dec 10, 2009
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Guess I'm totally screwed now that 9.3.3 is no longer being signed.
My JB crashed last night, I can't open Pangu or Cydia
 
Dec 15, 2008
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Guess I'm totally screwed now that 9.3.3 is no longer being signed.
My JB crashed last night, I can't open Pangu or Cydia
If you know what may be causing it, you can go into No mobile-substrate mode. I wish I knew of this a week ago when I had an issue, instead of restoring and re-jailbreaking.
  • Hold down the home and power button (this can be replaced with just rebooting your device the old fashioned way of sliding to power off and etc however the way I mentioned is faster and easier to do)

  • Once you see the apple logo, let go of both buttons and hold down the volume up button until you see your lockscreen.
 
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Yep, 9.3.3

Could not get into no mobile substrate safe mode either....

Odd thing tho, even though Cydia & Pangu won't open, they will kick a "ghost" to the switcher....
Why don't you just reinstall the jailbreak app via Cydia Impactor?