Most problems with jailbreak iOS 9 were recently fixed

Despite the great success that jailbreak iOS 9 enjoyed among the users, there were no few problems with the iOS devices. Most of them were small and due to the efforts of the Team Pangu – the authors of the Pangu untethered jailbreak – they are now fixed. A new update has been introduced both into the Pangu untether package and the jailbreak application. They are now available on Cydia.

The previous procedure to fix the issues was very complicated and involved running scripts and the use of a Secure Shell. Thanks to the PanguTeam, the procedure has become much simpler. Just a few days ago, the Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9 untether package was updated on Cydia, while today a new update has been released, together with an update of the Pangu jailbreak application itself. It’s more than a welcome help, dealing with many of the existent bugs that troubled the users immediately after the first release.

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One of the most important features of the update (identified on Cydia by the version number 0.3-1) is its capacity to block the annoying update system of the iOS 9 which compels users to take notice of the periodical firmware improvements. With the new 0.3-1 jailbreak update you are spared of being immediately bothered by the various software novelties (such as the future release of iOS 9.2). A further advantage is the prompt fixing of date and time issues on all the devices jailbroken with Pangu 9.

The updated Pangu tool is now available for all the major operating systems (Windows, Linux and UNIX). The new Pangu for iOS 9.3.3 version will trigger all these changes on the devices to be jailbroken from now on. Those who preferred to wait for the existing bugs to be fixed can see now that their waiting has paid off. The new jailbroken devices employing the latest Mac, Windows and Unix versions of Pangu will most likely not have to deal with many of the previous bug issues.

The Pangu untether has proved itself successful beyond the most optimistic expectations – there were 100.000 downloads in the first ten minutes after release and used to jailbreak more than seven million devices. Now with many of the initial small issues repaired, everything is set for a smooth jailbreaking experience. Additionally Cydia should be less under the user’s pressure these days, now that the rush of the first days has calmed down. Enter the links below in order to download the desired version of Pangu, and then our complete guide on jailbreaking iOS 9.2 will inform you in detail about all the necessary steps. If your device is already jailbroken with Pangu, then once Cydia starts you can find the updated Pangu package inside the Changes menu.

Changes tab at the bottom of the screen and you should see an update to the Pangu untether package, install, and you’re done.

iOS 9 Cydia LockScreen Tweaks

Lockscreen is among the very productive areas in your iPhone/iPad. Apple decides to leave it clean for one powerful reason: its designed to be a lockscreen. However, many of us believe that adding some functionality to the section of barren land does no harm. The truth is , it adds to the options that come with iOS.

#1. Convergance

 Its more of a widget-centered addon for the lockscreen which kind of revolutionizes how you utilize the lockscreen to get different elements of the iOS. For example, instead of linear tellings, program icons are shown with numbers to the a. Exploit to the program icon also it reveals tellings underneath the program.

 Convergance seems to be an extremely exciting andpotential lockscreen tweak that will set plenty of attributes to your own LS. Convergance’s not yet accessible on any default repos but you will get the subject (instructions are here)

Cost: $2 | Repo: Private

#2. CustomLS

customLS is an extremely popular tweak that allows you to configure various choices about the lockscreen. Among the notable characteristics that customLS is well known for is altering the slide to unlock text to anything you would like it to be. For example , it is possible to conceal the camera grabber, conceal the NC/CC grabbers, the clock etc.

Cost: Free | Repo: BigBoss

#3. Spectral

Spectral is really more of a music-related tweak but it affects the lockscreen background when you’re listening to music in your iPhone. It operates discreetly although it doesnt present any practical facet as such.

Cost: Free | Repo: BigBoss

#4. AppBox

AppBox is a lockscreen app launcher that allows you to launch programs fast and additionally when you tap and hold in the program icons go to particular sections of the program immediately. Its a tweak if you are using some programs quite often: like the telephone program for example. The contextual-open is a cool feature in which you tap and hold in the icon to visit a specific section of the program (such as FaceTime Contacts, New Note, Playlist view in Music program etc.).

Cost: $0.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#5. AndroidLock XT

Among the trendiest and also the hottest lockscreen tweaks for iOS. And its fairly steady for the upgrade.

Cost: $1.49 | Repo: ModMyi

#6. TabLess

TabLess is really a standalone tweak that duplicates among the functions of customLS. It removes the NC along with the CC pills / grabber manages from your lockscreen. If youre not planning to use customLS, its a somewhat more significant tweak than TabLess which means you can pick this one instead.

Cost: Free | Repo: ModMyi

#7. GroovyLock

GroovyLock is for people aren’t recognizable a tweak that allows you to use HTML-based addons to the lockscreen. Right now, there are few addons for GroovyLock (like RisingBars) that allow it to be wonderful.

Cost: Free | Repo: ModMyi

#8. SubtleLock

SubtleLock plans to tone down the Lockscreen and allow it to be a lot more minimal. Its essentially a lockscreen theming tweak again with essential characteristics that contain some from customLS (removing/concealing lockscreen components).

Cost: $1 | Repo: BigBoss

#9. NoBlur

The iOS 7 lockscreen clouds whenever theres a telling on-screen. Incidentally, this can be great interface design for focus. But in case you prefer your magnificent lockscreen stay undamaged, bleary, heres a tweak that produces it potential.

Cost: Free | Repo: BigBoss


 But its an extremely clean and delightful lockscreen topic for weather info.

Cost: Free | Repo: MacCiti

#11. ConceptLS

 The tweak adds more alternative than the usual launcher as well as just how it is possible to edit it WYSIWYG (what you see is everything you get) is great.

Cost: $2.99 | Repo: MacCiti

Bonus (Cydget-based): If you’re truly looking to edit your Lockscreen, Cydget is an excellent method to begin. Patrick is the inventor of the awesome RisingBars subject as well as the AnalogClock. The design aesthetic is awesome.

#12. Lockify Pro

What in the event you were able to join the options that come with lots of tweaks mentioned previously and place them all under one tweak? Seems like that was the intent of the tweak programmer of Lockify Pro. Theres actually overly many attribute to customize together with the tweak also it alters all facets of the lockscreen.

Cost: $0.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#13. SlideWeather

 Its a simple tweak that decides weather data on your present place and places that on the lockscreen. The execution/layout is quite seamless, together with the programmer keeping the exact same font and stylization for the text.

Repo: BigBoss | Cost: $1.00


 The tweak will place all of your reminders to the lockscreen so that each and every single time you awaken the iPhone, you’ve got reminders staring at you. The reminders will evaporate only when its erased/done (that’s a really brute force method of ensuring you dont miss a reminder). You’ll find a lot of things it is possible to customize about Reminders for Lockscreen (aesthetics, what reminders are revealed, icon design, date/time layout, size as well as colour etc.).

Cost: $1.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#15. BetterLS

Like customLS, BetterLS was made to allow you to customize every part of your lockscreen. BetterLS’s more minimal and brighter in the toggles.

Cost: $1.50 | Repo: BigBoss


iOS 7 lockscreen background becomes clouded when you’ve got a telling appear on the lockscreen. It is a default behaviour of the UI but when you would like to disable this effect, No Tint&Blur Lockscreen can deal with it. It prevents the lockscreen background from being tinted dark or clouded whenever theres a telling to the lockscreen.

Cost: Free | Repo: BigBoss