Activator For iOS 9.3.3 Released – How To Download

Uzair Ghani
Posted Jul 26, 2016
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Activator jailbreak tweak for iOS 9.3.3 has been released. Here’s how you can download the new version right away.

Activator Gains Support For iOS 9.3.3 – Download It Now From Cydia

The newly released Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is way too brand new at this point. In fact, most tweaks and apps just don’t work as they haven’t been updated for iOS 9.3.3. That’s why developers are working hard in the background ensuring compatibility, with Ryan Petrich being one of them.

The aforementioned dev is known for a bunch of famous tweaks for jailbroken devices, with Activator sitting at the top of the food chain. Today though, Activator graces a significant update, bringing with it compatibility for iOS 9.3.3. This in turn means you can download it right away from Cydia.

How To Download Activator For iOS 9.3.3

1. Launch the Cydia store from your jailbroken device’s home screen.

2. Now tap on the ‘Search’ button at the bottom right hand corner.

3. Now search for ‘Activator’ and install the package, following the on-screen prompts.

The package might require you to restart your device. Please do so. You will be required to reinitialize the jailbreak using the PP app as well, so please do that as well once you boot back into iOS after the restart.

Also, keep in mind that Activator is absolutely free to download and use. And if you haven’t tried it already, then now’s the best time to do it. We’re quite certain you’ll end up falling in love with it for a wide variety of reasons.

Wrap Up

Activator is an extremely useful tweak that allows you to invoke actions throughout iOS using pre-defined gestures. In other words: Activator is a package which everyone should have onboard if they want a ‘complete’ jailbreak experience. We’re absolutely not making this up. It’s actually that good to have.

If your’e new to jailbreaking, then we recommend giving Activator a try at least once. The gestures can be customized to the nth degree. For instance, swipe on the status bar to change the brightness of the display. Or, you can swipe from either corner of the display to switch apps. There’s a lot more you can do, and this is only the tip of the iceberg.

Some Important Links To Check Out

Before you head out, be sure to check out the following links as well:

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