Pangu team surprised the jailbreak scene by releasing iOS 9 jailbreak two days ago. Many users complained of 0A errors and failed jailbreak attempts with initial version of Pang 9. Now Pangu team has released updated version of their iOS 9 jailbreak. Pangu 9 v1.0.1 fixes the most common 0A error caused during jailbreak process and includes other improvements over the initial release. There are still no words on when Pangu team will be releasing a Mac version of Pangu 9 though. Read more about updated version of Pangu 9.
With this release, Pangu takes care of most common issues while jailbreaking. The biggest issue with Pangu 9 v1.0 was 0A error during jailbreak process. Error 0A caused jailbreak process to fail. Pangu team claims to have fixed this with v1.0.1.
Another issue was the failure to successfully jailbreak a device. A device was not jailbroken at the end of Pangu 9 jailbreak process. And users had to run jailbreak again until they could successfully jailbreak their device. This issue is also fixed with the release of v1.0.1. I tested this but at first attempt, the jailbreak did not go through. The second attempt was successful.
Pangu installs two apps on a device during the jailbreak process namely Pangu and WWDC. After the successful jailbreak, Pangu app was not removed from the device in previous version. This issue is taken care of now.
Lastly, Pangu v1.0 failed to launch on some PCs. This issue is also fixed in v1.0.1.
Overall, Pangu 9 v1.0.1 brings improvements and stability.
Pangu 9 v1.0.1 change log
Fix a bug that leads to 0A error code.
Fix failure of launching on some PC.
improve success rate.
Ensure the removal of the Pangu app.
If you have already jailbroken your device with Pangu 1.0, you can update Pangu within Cydia. If you have not jailbroken yet, you can download v1.0.1 and use the same to jailbreak.
Pangu iOS 9 jailbreak can be downloaded from en.pangu.io
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