Fix Boot Loop On Jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch – How To

Ali Salman
Posted Aug 16, 2016
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iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak was released not so long ago and since then, developers have been updating their tweaks for the host firmware support. However, there are a lot of jailbreak tweaks that have not been updated with iOS 9.3.3 support. Installing incompatible tweaks can potentially create issues on the jailbroken iOS device. While some issues are not as big, others might put your device in a series of reboot loops. So we’re going to let you know how you can fix boot loop issue on your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Fix Boot Loop On Jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch

If you’re in a state of consistent boot loops on your iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken device, you need to start afresh by restoring your device through iTunes and going through the jailbreaking procedure again. However, if you don’t want to do that, here’s what you can do to fix boot loop on iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken iOS device.

The trick here is to put your device in a non-jailbreak state first. Once you do that, you are to boot your device into ‘No Substrate Mode’. Doing this would disable all Cydia Substrate tweaks and clean uninstall them from your device.

Step 1:

The first thing that you need to do is press and hold the Lock and Home button together for as long as the device restarts and an Apple logo appears. This will restart your device in a non-jailbreak state.

Step 2:

Now you must disable Find My iPhone along with the passcode option.

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Step 3:

Now go to your Home screen and launch the Pangu app. However, this time around the jailbreak operation will be performed using the ‘No Substrate Mode’.

Step 4:

Now press the Start button and lock your iOS device to begin the jailbreak process.

Step 5:

When you see Pangu’s jailbreak notification on the lock screen, press and hold the Volume Up button until your device reboots and an Apple logo appears. Now navigate to Cydia once the device successfully reboots in the No Substrate Mode.

Step 6:

Look for the tweaks which are causing the boot loop and then uninstall them from your device. Respring your device if you see any kind of error and then try again. Remove all faulty tweaks from your device.

Step 7:

Now what you need to do is re-jailbreak your device using the Pangu app. This time, you don’t have to press and hold the volume button to jailbreak. Simply, tap the Start button in the Pangu app and lock your device. Pangu will carry out the jailbreak process itself.

These are the few steps that you need to do in order to fix boot loop on your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This does not require you to remove faulty jailbreak tweaks through iTunes restoration process. Do make sure that you install iOS 9.3.3 compatible jailbreak tweaks from Cydia. Otherwise, issues might prevail and could possibly result in a boot loop again.

This is it for now, folks. Did you fix boot loop on iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Let us know in the comments.

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