iOS 9.1 Jailbreak Tips For iPhone and iPad Users

Apple is fast to patch exploits found by hackers because this company is against jailbreaking. Users, on the other hand, like to customize their iPhone 6s and other iDevices and this is only possible when you have Cydia with tweaks installed on your jailbroken gadget. Here are some useful iOS 9.1 jailbreak tips you should know about before the untethering tool is released.

You know that there is now working iOS 9.1 jailbreak yet presented to public. There are rumors about the web-browser program created which will never be launched. Well-known teams of hackers are still searching for the new exploits. The last tools found was Pangu iOS 9 – 9.0.2 jailbreak however Apple killed the exploits used in this program when it updated the firmware to iOS 9.1 version.

iOS 9.1 Jailbreak Tips How to Prepare

How to Prepare for iOS 9.1 Jailbreak Release

Step 1. There is no need to hurry and update to iOS 9.1 using direct download links or OTA-update option. Don’t panic and don’t restore your iPhone or iPad. If you are running iOS 9, 9.0.1 or 9.0.2 you can jailbreak with Pangu. If you are running iOS 8.4.1 you should better stay on this firmware which is not jailbreakable just like 9.1 and wait for the jailbreak program launch.

Step 2. If you already installed iOS 9.1 you can no longer downgrade from 9.1 to 9.0.2 so just stay on your platform version and do not downgrade.

Step 3. In case you are jailbroken and get the reboot loop issue – don’t panic. Cydia substrate has the new safe mode option that makes the recovery simple. Don’t restore. Just pres the Volume Upbutton and you will return to Lock screen. The tweaks that are causing reboot loop problems must be uninstalled through Cydia.

Step 4. If you are not using a number of jailbreak tweaks [there is Cydia tweak to turn off back to app iOS 9 feature] you are advised to uninstall them.

Step 5. Don’t install any new tweaks to avoid the force restore to iOS 9.1.

These are simple tips you can follow while waiting for iOS 9.1 jailbreak release.