Sunday, October 26, 2014

Popular Reasons to Jailbreak iOS 8 – 8.1 iDevices with Pangu

Are there any reasons to jailbreak iOS 8 device? Of course, there are. The main reason to make your iPhone or other iDevice jailbroken is not only to enjoy all the extra and awesome tweaks and features, but also grab this chance to jailbreak as Pangu team has launched the first iOS 8 – 8.1 jailbreak Pangu program!

iOS 8 Pangu jailbreak is not perfect. This is true, and before you begin the procedure you are highly advised to read this why to jailbreak iOS 8.1 iPhone and iOS 8, 8.0.1 and 8.0.2 devices with Pangu or why not to do this right now.

iOS 8 Pangu Jailbreak: Reasons to Use

Once you are jailbroken [if this this complicated now because you have to install Cydia manually] you can customize the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5, 5c, 5S and 4S with different tweaks. Developers are updating their programs which you can download from Cydia store and install on your iDevice. You can also checkout the list of supported Cydia tweaks after iOS 8 / 8.1 jailbreaking.

When you are not jailbroken you are locked to App Store only and Apple doesn’t let every application to end in this official store. The firmware itself has a lot of great features and the company is trying to add more options but still it can’t bring all the tweaks available in Cydia into the operating system possibilities.

Why Not to Jailbreak iOS 8 – 8.1 Gadgets with Pangu

The Chinese team says that their Pangu 1.0.1 tool is created for developers and thus it doesn’t contain Cydia package. It should help devs to update their programs.

The jailbreak is available in Chinese and works on Windows platform. If you have Mac you should definitely wait for the program to be updated and support your computer. You are also advised to wait for the English version to be launched, and it should follow soon along with the Cydia being available right after installation, automatically and not manually as installing it manually is also a complicated procedure that can be easily performed by developers and not ordinary users.


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