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Although we are well into iOS 10, many users are still on iOS 9.3.3, either because they don’t want to update to iOS 10 yet or because their devices are not supported by the latest firmware. Although PPHelper [ext link] was limited to Windows users when it was first released, it has now been updated to support the Mac and an easier download method has been provided for us using the Cydia Impactor tool [ext link]. However, it will still only work on the 64-bit iOS devices.

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Supported Devices :

PPHelper will work on these devices:

  • iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, SE
  • iPad Air, Air 2
  • iPad Mini 2, Mini 3
  • iPad Pro
  • iPod Touch 6

Before Jailbreaking :

Before you download PPHelper, you need to prepare your iOS device so follow do these things first:

  1. Ensure you are using the most up to date version of iTunes on your PC or Mac
  2. Use iTunes and/or iCloud to backup the data on your iOS device
  3. If you updated to iOS 9.3.3 using the OTA method, the jailbreak will not work and you will be unable to restore your device using iTunes as iOS 9.3.3 is no longer being signed by Apple
  4. Disable Find my iPhone/iPad find-my-iphone-turn-off
  5. Disable Touch ID
  6. Disable your Passcode

These things can be enabled again after the jailbreak is complete

How to Jailbreak with PPHelper :

  1. Download PPHelper onto your Mac or PC [ext link]
  2. Plug your iOS device into your computer – if iTunes opens automatically, shut it down again
  3. Right-click the PPHelper icon on your desktop and select the option for Run as Administrator  
  4. When PPHelper has opened wait until your iOS device is recognized – if it isn’t, unplug your device and try again
  5. If requested to, type in the Captcha code
  6. PPHelper will now start the preparation for the jailbreak
  7. When this has been completed, you must now allow a profile to be installed on your iPhone or iPad. If you don’t allow this, you cannot jailbreak your iOS device
  8. Now you should open Settings > Security on your iPhone or iPad and go to Profiles
  9. Find PPHelper or Pangu on the list of profiles and click on Trust
  10. From your iOS home screen launch PP
  11. Click to allow Push notifications
  12. Where it says Install PP Assistant, uncheck the box beside it
  13. Click on the large Jailbreak button in the center of the screenpphelper-ios-9-jailbreak-pp
  14. Lock the screen on your iOS device and wait for a notification from Pangu to show up iphone_pphelper
  15. If you get a Storage is full message just ignore it
  16. Wait or your device to reboot
  17. Now click the icon for PPHelper to see if your device has been jailbroken – if not, just start over and repeat these steps.

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