Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 is Available – Download PanGu or TaiG Untethered Tools

Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 is available now for iPhone, iPad and all older iDevices that are capable of running this new firmware. The interesting thing is, there are two tools available at once. PanGu and TaiG 8 are the tools that can be used…

Earlier this year 2014, iOS 9.0.2 jb tool was released. The developer was TaiG. They had released TaiG within few months of new firmware released. This time, we have something more excited developers. Now, there are PanGu and Evad3rs team and they are making competition to release jailbreak iOS 9.0.2. The current iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak is compatible for iOS 9.0.2.x. We have to wait for sometimes to see that iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak would work on iOS 9.0.2.x or not.

Anyways, now the time to enjoy jailbreak 9.0.2 rather than think about iOS 9.0.2.x jailbreak. So, the team PanGu has released the untethered tool that can be used for iPhone 6, 5S, 5C, 4S, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPod Touch. Its untethered tool so, you don’t need PC. It will work without computer. PanGu and Evasi0n 8 both are compatible to run on Mac OS X and of course on Windows PC.

How to Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2on iPhone or iPad

Do following…

  • Download Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 untethered tool
  • PanGu or TaiG iOS 9.0.2 can be used
  • Install one of them on your PC or Mac OS X
  • Connect your iPhone or iPad, whatever you have for jailbreak that run on iOS 9.0.2
  • Just press jailbreak button and have a cup of coffee.

After successful jailbreak, check out that Cydia iOS 9.0.2 is installed on your iPhone or iPad or not. iOS 9.0.2 Cydia installer comes with PanGu and TaiG by default, but suppose, you don’t have Cydia, you need to install it manually. However, in most cases, Cydia iOS 8 installs successfully.

If you have any issues, leave your comments…


  1. Exactly, Apples owns the software and hardware. You want to continue giving them free ideas, be our guest. It only makes the device better.

  2. It shows that Apple isn’t necessarily being original anymore, although none of this should matter to the general consumer.

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