Wednesday, July 27, 2016

How To Know If Pangu Jailbreak Was Correctly Initialized

Those folks who have already liberated their iOS iOS 9.2-9.3.3 device and want to find out how to know if Pangu jailbreak was correctly initialized after each reboot, then a new jailbreak tweak called Initialized will notify you every time your iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is re-initialized. 

Initialized is a useful tweak for those users who find reinitiating the jailbreak confusing. Of course it is understandable as the jailbreak app is developed in Chinese language. Let's find out how this tweak works.

How To Find Out If Pangu Jailbreak Was Correctly Initialized

When user reboot semi-untethered device, Cydia and all jailbreak tweaks installed are going to be useless to you until you re-run the Pangu app . When you do, your device resprings after the jailbreak becomes re-initialized.

The Initialized tweak sends a popup message on user’s iPhone every time the user reboots the device and then initiates the tethered jailbreak using the PP jailbreak app.

Once the installation process is over, you should then see your device respring, and immediately after, you’ll see a notification on the Lock screen that says, “Initialized: The Jailbreak has been initialized. Enjoy!”. This popup simply indicates that the jailbroken status of device is now active, so you don’t have to launch Cydia to see if its working. You can simply dismiss the notification by clicking on the button.

So here is how you can install Initialized tweak for iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3 jailbreak:

Step 1: First navigate to Cydia and reload your sources.

Step 2: Use the Search option to find Initialized tweak. 

Step 3. Once done install it.

Upon installation, there will be options for you to adjust in the Settings page. It’s now available from the BigBoss repo for free.

For beginners who want to find out how to know if Pangu jailbreak was correctly initialized on their devices Initialized tweak will be very useful as it will notify the user every time the jailbreak is re-initialized.


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