Not too long ago, Team Pangu rolled out an iOS 9 jailbreak for the iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone. Now, the Pangu 9 iOS 9 jailbreak tool has received an update from the team, bringing with it a few bug fixes.

Specifically, the bug fixes on the version 1.0.1 include the enhancement of success rate; fixing a bug leading to 0A error coder; ensuring the removal of the Pangu application; and fixing failure of launching on a few PCs.

Pangu 9 1.0.1 is aimed at individuals who faced issues jailbreaking their iDevices on iOS 9 through iOS 9.0.2.

It is worth noting, however, that for users who had already jailbroken their iDevices, and went through the process smoothly, they do not need to redo the process with the use of the newly rolled out Pangu tool.

Windows-only Application

It is likewise worth pointing out that the software is still presently compatible with Windows. Mac owners, though, may carry out virtualization — by using a Windows Virtual Machine — in order to make use of the Pangu 9 tool.

At the moment, this tool only works on these iDevices: iPod touch, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad, iPad Air as well as iPad Air 2.

The team has yet to release the software specially designed for Mac's OS X.

How To Jailbreak iDevices

Earlier this week, we already delved on jailbreak instructions for the iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone. We provided step-by-step procedures which iDevice owners can refer to in order to successfully carry out the jailbreak.

"Please backup your device before using Pangu. Although we have successfully tested Pangu with a number of devices, we strongly suggest you backup your data via iTunes before jailbreak," writes Team Pangu on its website.

It should also be noted that the device should be set to airplane mode and that the passcode and Find My iPhone under the system setting should be disabled to ensure the process will be successful.

Pangu Team is renowned for releasing jailbreak tools for iOS 7 as well as iOS 8 way back 2014.

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