Cydia Eraser, the new version of Cydia Impactor partly compatible with iOS 9

Saurik never sleeps. Just 24 hours after Pangu released the Chinese version of its jailbreak, this version in collaboration with 25pp, the French developer and owner of Cydia has updated Cydia Impactora tweak that was released shortly after iOS 8 jailbreak tools and has not been updated to include support for iOS 9. One of the new features included is a simple name change and has now been renamed Cydia gum. The icon is also new.

Cydia Impactor was the best way to remove jailbreak from our iOS device. Without a tool like this, users had to use others available in the Saurik alternative store, but these other tools didn't clean as much as Cydia Impactor, a tweak that allowed us to restore our iPhoneiPod Touch or iPad and leave it in the same version where it was located, which allowed us to re-jailbreak it.

Cydia Eraser is not compatible with iOS 9.2-9.3.3

The other new feature included in the tool now called Cydia Eraser is partial compatibility with iOS 9. According to Saurik, Cydia Eraser will only be compatible with versions that have a “one-step OTA”, which is not is not very clear, but we know that it does not work, at least for the moment, with the versions of iOS for which the latest Pangu tool was released, i.e. the new version It will not work with devices that have an installed iOS version between iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.3.3.

The bad news, from a jailbreak perspective, is that Apple doesn't provide the resources necessary for this tool to work on the latest versions of iOS, so it's possible that Cydia Eraser will never work on the latest system versions. Apple's Mobile Exploitation If Saurik can't get his tool to work on the latest versions of iOS, the best options might be iLex Rat o Semi-Restore, although the second of these two tools is not yet supported.

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