Now available Pangu Jailbreak 1.1 with certificate for one year

The English version of jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 that was released last week comes with a limitation. The certificate used to sign the Pangu app only lasted for seven days and then had to be re-signed every week. Fortunately, the development team has now released the new version 1.1 which updates Pangu Jailbreak and allows an option to obtain a certificate which activates the application for a whole year.

When installing the latest .IPA on the device with Cydia Impactor, we will find a new option in the jailbreak application that tells us: “Use the built-in certificate valid until April 2017”. By selecting this option and then proceeding with the jailbreak, the installed certificate will last until the specified date, April 2017. This means that you will not have to reinstall the Pangu app every week to renew the certificate again.

This is great news for those who are not enrolled in Apple's developer program and can now use this certificate to sign the app for a year. If you would like to continue with the seven day certificate or use your own certificate, we can do that perfectly. How? Well, without marking this new option that we are talking about.

Users who have already jailbroken their devices also have the option to get their one-year certificate. All you need to do is delete the jailbreak app used to do it and re-jailbreak with the new version of Pangu. Once we have installed it, we check the box in question and thus we will obtain our certificate for one year.

List of tweaks compatible with iOS 9.2-9.3.3 jailbreak

The latest version of Pangu is available on the Pangu team website. If you haven't jailbroken your device yet and are planning to do so, you can do so by following one of the good guides on the team page.

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