How to install Jailbreak on Apple devices with iOS 8.0, iOS 8.1 and 8.1.2 system?
Several days ago on the Internet the latest Jailbreak from the Chinese Pangu team appeared, which allows unblocking Apple devices with iOS 8.0 and iOS 8.1 system. From this post you will learn step by step how to install Jailbreak and unblock your device.
Read before installing Jailbreak:
Current version of Jailbreak from Pangu will not install Cydia on your devices. Cydia must be installed separately. Cydia installation will soon be integrated with Jailbreak from Pangu; however, we need to wait for the update.
Before installing Jailbreak, make sure you disable the device lock code. In order to do this, go to Settings, and then to the Code tab, followed by clicking the “Disable Code” button. Each holder of Find my iPhone app must also disable it. This can be done by going to Settings iCloud Find my iPhone. Also, make sure that your device has some free space on its hard drive.
Your device must have the iOS 8.0 to iOS 8.1.2 system. You also need to have iTunes, at least 12.0.1 version. iTunes should be running in the background during the entire process. Please also remember that just in case a backup copy of the entire system should be made via iTunes.
iPhone 6 Plus
iPad (2, 3, 4, Air, Air 2, mini 1, mini 2, mini 3)
iPod touch 5
Step 1: Download Pangu for Windows.
Step 2: Right-click on the Pangu icon and run the program as admin.
Step 3: When the program starts, connect your device via USB to your computer.
Step 4: Uncheck the box located over the button ( ????,??PP??????? )
Step 5: Press large blue button located below the progress bar to initiate the process of installing Jailbreak. Your device will reset a few times during the installation.
Step 6: After the correct installation of Jailbreak you will find the Pangu icon on the screen of your device. This shows Pangu was installed correctly.
That’s it! As I mentioned earlier, Jailbreak from Pangu does not install Cydia as a standard. I will describe the method of Cydia’s installation in the next article. Jailbreak works, I tested it on my iPad a moment ago.