iOS 9 – 9.0.2 Jailbreak: Pangu v1.0.1 & Cydia Substrate v0.9.6010 Released

Just after releasing Pangu 9  on Tuesday, team Pangu has now given another update to their jailbreak tool by releasing the Pangu v1.0.1. And in the mean while Saurik also updated the Cydia Substrate to v0.9.6010 fixes the issues related to armv7 32-bit slice and to make it effective on new jailbreak. These quick releases brings some improvements and fixes which are reported by the users while performing the iOS 9 – 9.0.2 Jailbreak.

Pangu 9

The version 1.0.1 of Pangu jailbreak is available for those who are running iOS 9, iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.0.2 and having a Windows-powered machine. Hopefully this will resolve lots of issues related to initial release.

Pangu 9  v1.0.1 is available to jailbreak all latest devices including iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, iPhone 4s, all  iPads and iPod touch running on iOS 9 to iOS 9.0.2. Down here you can find the download link to download Pangu v1.0.1.

iOS 9 – 9.0.2 Jailbreak: Pangu v1.0.1 Released

The Pangu team has outlines the following changelog for version 1.0.1:

  • Fix a bug that leads to error 0A code.
  • Fix failure of launching on some PC.
  • Improve success rate.
  • Ensure the removal of the Pangu app.

Several people had described they’re getting stuck at “Error at 45% – Error occurred in preparing the environment, error code (0A)” when attempting to jailbreak their iOS devices with new Pangu jailbreak. Limiting encrypted backup looked to resolve the problem for the majority of users.

Cydia Substrate v0.9.6010

Lets come to Cydia Substrate recent update, the Saurik posted the full changelog  as follows:

0.9.6010 fixes the 32-bit armv7 slice, which was keeping extensions from loading into Cydia. (Note that, additionally, all 32-bit binaries, in particular extensions, must be recompiled using -WI,-segalign,4000 for iOS 9 due to a change made by Apple. Extensions that have not been recompiled might “get lucky” and work, but they will usually either fail or even crash.)

People who have not jailbreaked their devices yet should now get the iOS 9.0.2 firmware update and jailbreak via Pangu v1.0.1 before Apple decide to shut down the signing window for iOS 9.1. And after having jailbreak it’s recommended that go to Cydia and get the new Cydia Substrate v0.9.6010 update.

Download Pangu v1.0.1