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How To Fix Pangu iOS 9 Jailbreak Boot Loop of Death Issue

  • Oct 21, 2015

Some users of Pangu9 to jailbreak devices reported an issue called “Boot Loop of Death” abbreviated as BLoD issue. According to searches there isn’t an exact explanation of what this issue is, BLOD is an unexplainable issue for the time being even for developers, it gets the devices stuck for hours and hours in the loop process and it continues forever, not being able to understand what causes the issue is the main problem in order to reach a solution.

After conducting a research on portals such as users of Reddit we see that an experienced jailbreaker Leyla233 has faced the same problem for more than 15 times on different devices and realized that it is continues and looping process does not end, she also explained how she managed to jailbreak after facing the issue so many times and I gathered all the information together for you to avoid the BLOD issue.

For successful process the device need to be reset to factory settings and restored from iTunes backup after completion of jailbreak iOS 9 by Pangu, and please be advised it may take some time.

Your back-up needs to unencrypted and if you had it taken encrypted before make sure you take an unencrypted back up for your device using iTunes. We have been advised that some users experienced problems using the iCloud back up so it is important to be preventive against problems may occur in future when full restore is performed. Using iTunes back up will be effectively better at this stage.

Now you need to put your device in DFU Mode,

  1. First plug the device into your computer and turn off your device by holding the Sleep Button or Power button by swiping the slide to power off. Holding power button for 3 seconds, you need to hold the Home button by not releasing the Sleep Button for about ten seconds. You will then see a pop up window when power button released stating that your device is recognized being in recovery mode.
  2. iTunes will confirm that device is in recovery mode, you need to click on Restore iPhone button to restore your device to iOS 9.0.2.
  3. Do not restore your device from a back up at this stage and set it up as a new device.
  4. Please download the latest version of Pangu jailbreak from this link.
  5. You can now start the Jailbreak process for your device using Pangu9 Jailbreak, if you would like to have step by step guidance please visit the page:

    How to Jailbreak iOS 9.0 and iOS 9.0.2 Using Pangu Jailbreak

  6. Please be alert to this step as it is very important, before launching the Cydia you need to turn off the Airplane Mode from Settings and check that your device is connected to the internet.

  7. You need to be patient until Cydia is downloaded completely, do not use the Home Button while this is in process, when Cydia is downloaded and process successfully ended the device will restart  after this stage you can go to Cydia and download the latest version of Cydia Substrate.

  8. You are nearly there, now device needs to be turned off by using the power button and swiping down on the ‘slide to power off’ to turn it back on.

  9. Reboot the device with Power and Home Button as usual, if it is working fine then the process is completed and you can restore your data from iTunes Back-up.

If you are experiencing another problem many users name as Error at 45% then please click here to read the related article on How to Fix the issue of 'Error at 45%' on Pangu iOS 9 Jailbreak.


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