How To Jailbreak iOS 8.1 Untethered Using Pangu 1.0.1

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Current hacking into the system – it’s not exactly what many people are waiting for iPhone and iPad. After jailbreak iOS 8 / 8.1,  You will not find Cydia icon on your desktop will not be able to install cracked applications, tweaks and do not get access to the device’s file system. Do not worry, it’s all – temporarily. Developer Cydia Saurik has already transferred the files team Pangu, and they, in turn, will build shop extensions in the next update utility. Also, you must wait until the creators of tweaks finalize its expansion for correct compatibility with “eight”. Roughly speaking – jailbreak iOS 8 possible, but so far no benefit from it a lot.

How to jailbreak iOS 8 / 8.1 using Pangu

Step 1: Do a fresh install of iOS 8.1 on your device using iTunes. Download IPSW-file at this link. If you updated over the air, jailbreak may not work.

Step 2: On your mobile device go to Settings -> iCloud -> Find My iPhone and disable Find My iPhone.

Step 3: On the iOS-devices in Settings, go to the Password section and turn off the protection.

Step 4: Install the latest version of iTunes here and check that the program recognizes your gadget.

Step 5: Download Pangu here and save it to your desktop.

Step 6: Right-click on  Pangu icon and run as administrator.

Step 7: Remove the tick next to PP, that after the jailbreak on the device were unnecessary applications.

Step 8: Wait until Pangu recognizes the connected device, and please click on the blue button in the center of the window.

Step 9: Wait until the process is complete. The device will reboot several times, the whole jailbreak procedure takes less than 10 minutes. Your device should be running Cydia on devices with iOS Jailbreak with Pangu.

Step 10: Right now, you can only install Cydia manually.

Jay Freeman, the creator of the application passed an updated version of the hackers of Pangu. So the next release will automatically install Cydia. Developers promise to soon release a version for the Mac interface and translate into English.

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