At the end of last week a group of hackers has released Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 that can be run through the computer or through the browser. The procedure itself does not cause issues for most users, however, the recovery process of the jailbreak after a reboot of gadgets raises several questions.
Recall that the new Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 supports only devices on the base chip with 64-bit architecture. Including iPhone 5s, iPod, iPod touch 6G, iPad mini 2, iPad Air and newer models.
After rebooting the device with jailbreak to get access to the unofficial store, you must rerun PP Jailbreak. Unfortunately, sometimes it does not help. In this case, you must perform the following sequence of actions.
Step 1: the first step is to completely turn off the iPhone / iPad.
Step 2: Now turn the device on by pressing the power button, but hold down the button to turn up the volume. When the Apple logo appears, release the power button but continue holding the volume key. After the appearance of the lock screen, the button can be released.
Step 3: Open the multitasking bar by double tapping Home. Close all open applications.
Step 4: Run the application PP jailbreak helper and repeat the steps in the instructions: “how to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3: how to restore the Pangu / PP after reboot”.
This time you should get a push notification and successfully put the device mode jailbreak.
If this does not resolve the problem, try to leave the Pangu app in the background before you switch off the gadget. Then in step 3, close all applications except the PP, then open it from the multitasking drawer. Then click on the circle in the app and then quickly turn off your gadget by double tapping the power button. The push-notification and will activate the jailbreak.