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How to Fix Cydia Crash After Jailbreaking iOS 9 with Pangu

Do you experience Cydia crashing iOS 9 problem after jailbreaking the iPhone or iPad with Pangu [you can also download the new Cydia Substrate update]? You can now jailbreak iOS 9.0.1, 9.0.2 or 9 firmware using Pangu tool which is the only untether program that is available for this platform. If you have already used it and now get problems with Cydia store, you can use our guide and solve everything.

If you don’t fix Cydia not opening hoping that the solution arrives itself you will not be able to download and install different iOS 9 jailbreak tweaks. You’ll have no reasons to stay jailbroken since millions of users choose this method in order to customize their iPhones and iPads.

Fix Cydia Crash after iOS 9 jailbreak

Here is how to fix Cydia crash after jailbreaking your iOS 9 device:

Step 1. Firstly you should take your iPhone, reset its factory settings.

Step 2. Secondly you will need to restore from your previous backup after the jailbreak. You will lose the jailbreak.

Step 3. Place the handset or tablet into DFU mode after you connect to your computer and then restore to iOS 9.0.2 which is the most recent firmware version.

Step 4. Now set up your iDevice as a new iPhone or iPad but don’t back up.

Step 5. Use our guide on how to jailbreak iOS 9 with Pangu tool. Perform the jailbreaking procedure. Do not launch Cydia after jailbreak.

Step 6. Disable the Air Plane mode once you are jailbroken.

Step 7. Connect to internet.

Step 8. You can now launch Cydia and allow it loading. Do not touch or press anything.

Step 9. Wait till your iDevice restarts.

Step 10. You can now restore from backup using iTunes program.

Step 11. Start using Cydia. It should now work.

You can also fix Cydia not opening problem if it appears after you install a jailbreak tweak. This is also simple:

Step 1. Click-hold Power on iPhone and when ‘slide to power off’ option appears turn off the device.

Step 2. Click-hold your Volume up button.

Step 3. Now click on Power option to turn on the device.

This Volume Up trick does magic as it can turn off the jailbreak tweak that causes the problem.