iOS 9.3.4 has been released by Apple but don’t expect anything special from it. It hasn’t been released to fix any bugs nor to provide any enhancements or improvements. The release notes are quite telling in that they say the update is to provide important security features – which means it has been released purely to kill off the jailbreak that was released recently for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.
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How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 :
You have two ways to choose from for iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak. One method using your computer and one method using your iOS device directly installing iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
The jailbreak is called PPHelper and it was released without any warning by Pangu and PP Assistant teams. Although the jailbreak has not been out for very long, it has already been the subject of a number of updates, including the addition of English-language support. Following hot on the heels of the jailbreak, a number of Cydia app developers updated their packages to support iOS 9.3.3, so, right now, the advice is very simple – if you want to keep your jailbreak, do not update to iOS 9.3.4 download [ext link]. If you haven’t updated and you do want to jailbreak with PPHelper, you can do one of two things :
- If you are already on iOS 9.3.3, simply download PPHelper and follow the linked tutorial – be aware that PPHelper does not support the Mac at this time nor does it support any 32-bit device
- If you have not yet updated to iOS 9.3.3, you can download iOS 9.3.3 IPSW [ext link] and update via iTunes and then download the jailbreak.
PPHelper for iOS 9.3.4 has not yet been released but, as soon as it is, we’ll let you have the download links and full step by step guide to using it.
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 up to date news on the jailbreak
Video : Here is a video guide of the above steps
PPHelper iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Release Date :
Right now, there is
no [ Yes , There is a Jailbreak. Read update Below ] jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 so, if you have updated and you want to get back to iOS 9.3.3, you can downgrade iOS 9.3.4 to iOS 9.3.3 [ext link] but you don’t have long to do it in – Apple tends to stop signing a previous firmware within 2 weeks of releasing a new one but, given that they are hell-bent on stopping jailbreaking in its tracks, they may do it sooner rather than later.
Download PPHelper :
Pangu and PP Assistant are more than likely investigating iOS 9.3.4 to see if there are any vulnerabilities that they can use for another jailbreak. Don’t expect miracles, though – we know from past experience that the chances of another jailbreak coming so quickly are slim, if at all and it may well be that both teams prefer to concentrate on iOS 10 now. With the public release of the next generation firmware only a few weeks off, it may be a better use of their time so don’t update to iOS 9.3.4 and then expect Pangu to jailbreak it for you. Quite simply, if you want a jailbreak, stay on iOS 9.3.3 and use PPHelper.
iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Success :
Update : Despite the fact that Apple has patched up PPHelper with the release of iOS 9.3.4, they haven’t succeeded in killing off jailbreaking for good. Italian hacker and developer, Luca Todesco, has tweeted [ext link] proof of an iPhone 6S on iOS 9.3.4 and jailbroken. Don’t get too excited at this stage because, as per usual, he will never release that jailbreak to the public. What it does show is, if there is a security hole, the jailbreak developers will find it and we fully expect to see a new jailbreak from Pangu in the near future, given that they are currently looking into iOS 9.3.4 to build their new utility. All the details will be given to you when it is released.