List Of Jailbreak Tweaks Compatible With iOS 9.3.3

Uzair Ghani
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Here's a complete list of jailbreak tweaks that are compatible with iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak. The list will be continuously updated over time.

Here Are All The Jailbreak Tweaks Which Are Compatible With iOS 9.3.3 Pangu Jailbreak

Pangu dropped a mega surprise today when they released their tool to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3. While the tool is a godsend for a handful of users out in the wild, but there is one huge problem: jailbreak tweaks compatibility.

Since the jailbreak is insanely brand new, therefore jailbreak tweaks might not just work from the get-go. But thanks to the hard work of the jailbreak community, a list has been made available that contains names of all jailbreak tweaks that are compatible with the latest iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. Said list will also be updated over time so that users can check back whether or not their favorite tweaks have been updated for iOS 9.3.3.

Have a look at the list below and please contribute your findings by heading over to the source link. Make sure you read the instructions before adding a submission.

If your tweak is not in the list then please refrain from installing it on your device. A broken or partially compatible tweak can brick your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, forcing you to restore it back using iTunes. You do not want to go through the trouble, trust us on that.

Few Words For New Jailbreakers

As interesting it may sound, the newly released iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is not untethered. Interestingly, it's not a tethered one either. So what is it? It's a 'semi-tethered' jailbreak. Meaning you will lose your jailbreak the moment you restart your device. But the good news is that you can re-jailbreak without having to connect your iOS device to your computer. Simply launch the PP application from your home screen, click on the circle and you're good to go.

Quite frankly, we don't see a semi-tethered jailbreak a problem. Users should be thankful that they're not dealing with a tethered jailbreak, which requires a user to connect their device to a computer every single time it restarts. Basically, there's no way you want to power down or restart your device if you're out and about.

Wrap Up

As we mentioned above, broken or incompatible tweaks should be avoided at all costs. Make sure you hear back from the developer first or check on the above list before making the jump to installing a particular tweak.

With the warning out of the way, let us know in the comments section which tweak you tried out first on your freshly jailbroken device.

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