Couple of days back Cydia Eraser has been updated to version 0.9.32 by Saurik to support latest jailbroken devices running on iOS 9.3.3, so it is now good to know that how to perform iOS 9.3.3 unjailbreak using Cydia Eraser. Just check out more detail down here.
Professional jailbreakers and iOS hackers would be well aware of Cydia Eraser (previously named Cydia Impactor). However, if you are not have any idea about this, basically it is a small useful app which allow you to unjailbreak your jailbroken iOS device and restore it to stock version. Down here you can find some easy steps for using Cydia Eraser to revert back to unjailboken iOS version.
It is very handy app for people who are facing some issues with their device jailbreak and want to undo jailbreak and keeping the jailbreak option open for future updates.
Before proceeding, keep these points in mind:
- Make sure to take a complete backup of your device via iTunes or iCloud as Cydia Eraser removes all the available data, apps and settings.
- Do not interrupt Cydia Eraser while it’s working and make sure that your device has enough battery to let the process complete.
- Cydia Eraser requires a working internet connection.
iOS 9.3.3 UnJailbreak Using Cydia Eraser [How To]
- On your device Home Screen launch Cydia
- Search the Cydia Eraser from Search tab
- Install the app, after installation is completed check your device Home Screen and you will find the Cydia Erase app icon here
- Tap on this icon to open
- A instructions page will open here just hit the “erase all data, unjailbreak device” option
- A confirmation popup will open just hit “Erase All” to proceed
- Now just wait and see for unjailbreak process to complete, during this process your device will reboot several time automatically
- As soon as the process is completed, a welcome screen will appear to setup and activate your device.
After successful completion of above given steps, you will find that iOS 9.3.3 unjailbreak is easily performed in no time and your device will revert back to latest stock iOS firmware state.