With such a long gap between jailbreaks, PPHelper was welcomed with open arms. Released for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3, the first version was a bit limiting in who could use it but a series of updates have changed that and have stabilized it into a jailbreak that can be easily used by the vast majority of jailbreakers. For those who haven’t installed PPHelper yet, our full step by step guide will walk you through the entire process from start to finish.
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How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 :
You have two methods to choose from for getting iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak. One method using your computer and one method using your iOS device directly installing iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
PPHelper for iOS 9.3.5 has not yet been released. It is undergoing beta testing from Pangu and PP Team. But as soon as it is released to public , we will let you have the download links and full step by step guide to using it [ Email Subscribe ].
Method 2 : Safari Method for iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak
- On your iPhone, iPad or iPod, open the Safari browser
- Go to the address bar and type in ppjailbreak.org
- A special mobile version of our website will open so look for the UP arrow and tap on it . It will be at the bottom of the page on the iPod or iPhone ad at the top on the iPad
- A new menu will appear, tap on Add to Home Screen
- Now give your app icon a name as PP. Then tap on Add . Close Safari down
- The PP app icon will be on your home screen and you can use it to access iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak updates
Video : Here is a video guide of the above steps
PPHelper iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Release Date ?
Unfortunately, Apple has already patched PPHelper Jailbreak with iOS 9.3.4, an update that contained only security fixes. For that reason, unless you are not using the jailbreak and have no intentions of doing so, there is no need to update to iOS 9.3.4. Even more so, now that Apple has just released the next update iOS 9.3.5 download [ext link], another update that contains only security fixes. Sadly, if you have already updated to iOS 9.3.4, you can no longer downgrade because Apple is now not signing iOS 9.3.3.
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As it is the latest iOS version, the next jailbreak we are looking for is the iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak. Unfortunately, right now there is nothing to indicate that there will be one but, having said that, it has only just been released and we need to give Pangu time to look into the update. It may well be that Apple has finally killed off any more hope for another iOS 9 jailbreak but, until we hear from Pangu, we can’t say. We should also be prepared for the fact that Pangu may opt to hold on to any exploits they find now until after iOS 10 is released publicly, expected to be sometime in the next couple of weeks. If, by any chance, there are any exploits left and Apple doesn’t patch them with iOS 10, then that is likely to be the next public jailbreak. If they are patched, then Pangu may well choose to release an iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak.
iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Release Date :
One again, if you want to retain your PPHelper jailbreak, do not update your iOS device beyond iOS 9.3.3 and, if you haven’t already, do download Cydia Impactor to protect your ability to jailbreak if you need to restore your device for any reason, Other than that, if you Sign up to our free email newsletter and follow us on Facebook, we’ll keep you up to date with all the latest developments and news on the iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak.