Phoenix iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak For 32-Bit iDevices Now Available, Here’s How To Install
It seems that the jailbreak community is relentless as another jailbreak tool has become available recently. Dubbed as Phoenix jailbreak, the latest tech news today revealed that the said tool is specially created for iDevices running on iOS 9.3.5.
Phoenix Jailbreak Background
According to the publication Terrorism Attacks, the Phoenix Jailbreak is semi-tethered jailbreak that was made by ‘Siguza’ and ‘tihmastar’ with the help of ‘qwertyoruiop’ and ‘mbazaly’. Aside from them, another contributor to this tool is ‘Realkjcmember’, who made the interface and he also added some post-exploit patches.
What Does Semi-Tethered Jailbreak Means?
Since Phoenix Jailbreak is semi-tethered, this basically means that each time the users reboot their 32-bit iDevice, they will have to jailbreak it all over again. Just in case they are not a developer, the jailbreak can be sideloaded once per week. Also, they will need to have their Apple ID and Cydia Impactor to jailbreak their iDevice.
How To Install Phoenix Jailbreak?
Below is the step-by-step process on how to install the Phoenix jailbreak. Here are the steps:
Step 1: Download the IPA.
Step 2: Download Cydia Impactor.
Step 3: Connect the iDevice to the PC or Mac
Step 4: Start Cydia Impactor and drag the IPA file onto the top field.
Step 5: At this point, the user will have to enter his Apple ID credentials.
Step 6: On their iDevice, they will have to head to “Settings > General > Device Management” and trust the certificate.
Step 7: Now, they will have to run the app and tick on “Prepare For Jailbreak”.
Step 8: Just wait for it to respring, and then launch Cydia from the Home Screen.
Step 9: Every time the user reboots, users will have to open the app again and tick on “Kickstart Jailbreak”.
Step 10: Each time the app expires, install it again using the Cydia Impactor.
Reminder: The exploit might fail a few times if it does till the user will just have to try again.
Are you done installing the Phoenix jailbreak? Please share with us your experiences with the tool in our comment section.