Pangu Untether package has been updated in Cydia to version 0.3. This update, which has been designed in particular for devices with jailbreak using a 32-bit, has been released to fix some problems that caused overheating of the devices and excessive CPU usage. The improvements are intended Pangu Untether to iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPad 4 and previous models
According to the findings by the team of Pangu, the official changelog of Pangu Untether 0.3 contains the following enhancements:
Version 0.3 of this package fixes the issue where, on 32-bit devices (iPod 5, iPhone 4S/5, iPad 2, iPad Mini 1) a specific background process (launchd) would sometimes “spin”, burning CPU and battery, or even heating up.
Before you install this update, which will require a restart of the device, if you have restored a backup of your iOS (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch) device through iTunes after you open Cydia for the first time, it is important to reinstall Cydia, for this:
- Go to Cydia Installer package.
- Then we click Edit.
- Then click on Reinstall.
- Finally confirm.
- In this way , we ensure that the process will be completed successfully.
Upgrade Pangu Untether easily, directly from Cydia on a jailbroken iPhone and iPad. If you have already done the iOS 8 Jailbreak on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, then all you have to do is to update Pangu. To upgrade to the new version 0.3 Untether simply open Cydia and then move to the News section at this point simply you will need update Pangu Untether package once it becomes available.
In case you have not already jailbreak your iOS device and want to, we recommend you have a look at our latest step by step guide to iOS 8 jailbreak iPhone and iPad updated to the latest iOS 8 Pangu version .