Pangu, the new tool for Jailbreak to iPad with iOS 7.1.1 (7.1.x)
Were you waiting for a tool to Jailbreak your iPad or iPad Mini with iOS 7.1.1 ? Well, the wait is over, as a group of Chinese hackers has released Pangu, a tool that allows us to perform Jailbreak untethered in a very simple way and that is compatible with all iPads that accept the latest available version of iOS.
A group of hackers that have become known under the name of PanguTeam are responsible for this new tool and, it seems, the popular hacker i0n1c could have something to do with them , as their website reads thanks to him. There are already many criticisms that we have read about the tool and it seems that the Jailbreak works correctly, although it may still be early (it only takes a few hours) and it is possible that there are problems, so we recommend acting with some caution.
First of all we would like to make it clear that from iPadizate we have no relationship with PanguTeam and that if you decide to follow the instructions to perform the Jailbreak, we cannot be held responsible for any possible failures . If you decide to go ahead and Jailbreak your iPad with iOS 7.1.1, here are the steps to follow
Jailbreak to iPad or iPad Mini with iOS 7.1 or iOS 7.1.1 with Pangu
The first thing we must do before starting the procedure is to make a full backup of the iPad, iPad Air or iPad Mini we want to do the Jailbreak . To do this we must simply connect the device through the USB cable and make the backup from iTunes or directly to the cloud through iCloud. Once the backup is done, we can get into flour, because in case of problems we can always restore the device and recover all our data.
The steps to follow to perform the Jailbreak untethered to our iPad with iOS 7.1 or iOS 7.1.1 :are as follows:
1.- Let’s download the Pangu tool for Windows, the version for Mac is not available yet.
2.- We deactivate the code lock (in case we have it activated) and connect the iPad with iOS 7.1 or 7.1.1 to the computer. Run the file downloaded in the previous step.
3.- We deactivate the only option in the tool’s interface. This will prevent the installation of an alternative app store that could hide malware and other spyware.
Then click on the black button with the question marks , which is located at the top right. The Jailbreak process will start.
5.- When the process reaches 50% it will stop, but don’t panic as this is completely normal , as we will have to make a series of adjustments to our device.
6.- Now we have to enter Settings – General – Date and time to deactivate the “Automatic adjustment” option.
7.- Once this is done, we will have to set the following date and time: June 2, 2014, 08:30 . The Jailbreak process will continue normally if we have done the above steps correctly.
Cómo hacer Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 en iPhone
8.- When the process is finished we can see how a new application called Pangu has appeared on our iPad screen. We only have to touch it and confirm that we want to perform the Jailbreak .
9.- We will have to wait for the process to advance without touching anything, the Jailbreak process can take about 10 or 15 minutes, so it is time to be patient .
10.- Once we have done this, the device will reboot and activate again after a few minutes , while on the computer we will see that the tool shows us that the Jailbreak has been successful.
11.- The last step is to go back to Settings – General -Date and time and activate the automatic setting again or set the current time manually.
Now you have iOS 7.1.1 with Jailbreak on your iPad!
Finally you’ll need to reboot your iPad and once the device boots up again you’ll find the Cydia icon on the screen. This means that the process has come to an end and that your iPad or iPad Mini already has the iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak installed and that you can start installing any Cydia tweak and take advantage of all the benefits that the Jailbreak offers.
As we always say, the Jailbreak is a process that is usually done in a very simple way and there are usually no problems. Anyway, the fact that this procedure modifies the operating system could cause problems and in case you don’t know very well what you are doing you could have problems to go back in case of a problem. In this case we do not recommend you to follow these instructions and, if you do, try to follow the steps to the letter.
Have you tried the iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak untethered for iPad with Pangu ? How did it go?