iOS 7.1 Jailbreaks: To Jailbreak iOS 7.1 Pangu On Windows

iOS 7.1 Jailbreaks

In this article, you will learn how iOS 7.1 Jailbreaks help you to jailbreak. Now, the Pangu iOS jailbreak seemingly came out of nowhere. Then we will also confirm that this 100% works. Also, we test the jailbreak on our device that is also running in iOS 7.1.1. Now, this will also work just as advertised and then burning two exploits in the process.

The Pangu will eventually come in two flavors. So, here are also having a Windows version and a Mac version. Although, a Mac version is still in development. So, this is inside, and we will also show you how to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x on your device using Pangu for Windows. 

Now, the Pangu jailbreak also works with the following devices. Then the iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPod touch 5th gen. The iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad mini with Retina Display.

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Compatible devices of Jailbreak:

  • iPad Air
  • An iPad mini Retina
  • iPad mini
  • The iPad 2, 3, 4
  • iPhone 5s, 5c
  • An iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4s
  • An iPhone 4
  • iPod touch 5

So, Before you proceed to iOS 7.1 Jailbreaks:

  • You have to make sure that your device is also updated to iOS 7.1. Now, the latest iOS 7.1.1. Also, the Download Links of iOS 7.1.1 IPSW for iPhone and iPad.
  • Did you Have the latest iTunes version install on your PC?
  • This is also very important to always have a backup. Now, before you jailbreak your device. Also, you can do it using iCloud or iTunes.

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Ways to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x with Pangu for Windows:

1: You have to download the latest version of Pangu.

2: Also, you can Plug in your iOS 7.1.x device that is available into your computer’s USB port

3: You have to run the Pangu_v1.0.exe on your Windows machine. In case, if you see weird characters, then it may be due to Windows that is not displaying the Chinese character set correctly. This will simply follow this.

4: After that, you have to make sure that the checkbox is unchecked. Then you have to click on the Start Jailbreak button.

5: Then Pangu will ask you to go to the Settings and then click on the General option. Now, click on the Date & Time and then disable the Set Automatically toggle. Then you will also need to set the date to June 2, 2014.

6: In this case, the jailbreak process will also start. Finally, if you will see the Pangu app icon that is available on the Home screen. Click on the Pangu icon to launch the Pangu app.

7: After that, wait patiently, and then the jailbreak will also process. Then this is sped up, the whole process takes about 10-15 minutes, you have to be patient.

8: When the jailbreak is completed, then you should also see and then “enjoy your new jailbreak message”. You can also unlock your device, and then you should also see the Cydia that is available on the Home screen.

Detail:

So, this is all about it. If you will now have an untethered jailbreak on iOS 7.1.x. Then the Pangu should also automatically set your date setting in the Settings. Now, click on the General option. Then click on the Date & Time back to Set Automatically.

The Update: Having an official version of Pangu that has now been released for Mac OS X.

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Conclusion:

Then we will also confirm that this 100% works. Also, we test the jailbreak on our device that is also running in iOS 7.1.1. Now, this will also work just as advertised and then burning two exploits in the process. The Pangu will eventually come in two flavors. So, here are also having a Windows version and a Mac version. Although, a Mac version is still in development. So, this is inside, and we will also show you how to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x on your device using Pangu for Windows.

So, this is all about iOS 7.1 jailbreaks. Having a Mac version that should also out soon. This is as soon as it is and we will also post a Mac tutorial as well. Did you ever try to jailbreak your iOS 7.1.x device yet? How did you fare? Kindly share your thoughts in the comments below.

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