iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak
Last Updated: 26th March 2018
iOS 9.3.5 which is the latest of the iOS 9 range can be jailbroken using Phœnix. If you saved shsh blobs of your device, you can easily restore your device to iOS 9.3.5 and jailbreak it. And the very important thing is you will never lose your jailbreak since Apple will not release iOS 9.3.6 by patching this jailbreak. Let's have a look at iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak process.
Step by step guide for iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak
Step 1 - Download Phœnix.ipa for free and keep it in the desktop.
Step 2 - Download the latest version of Cydia Impactor
Step 3 - Connect your device to your computer using original cable. Also make sure that your device is backed up for minimizing the risk of a data loss.
Step 4 - Start Cydia Impactor and drag the IPA onto the top field.
Step 5 - Enter your Apple ID credentials. If you have already signed a few apps using Cydia Impactor you may have to revoke your existiong certificate. To revoke a certificate go to the menu in the Cydia Impactor and find Certificates section and then select revoke.
Step 6 - After the installation you have to mae your developer certificate trust.On your device, go to "Settings > General > Device Management" and trust the certificate.
Step 7 - Run the app and tap on "Prepare For Jailbreak".
Step 8 - Wait for it to respring, then launch Cydia from the Home Screen.
Step 9 - Whenever you reboot, open the app again and tap on "Kickstart Jailbreak".
Step 10 - Whenever the app expires, install it again with Cydia Impactor.
iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak by Taig9
iOS 9.3.4 and iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak is possible without a computer. This jailbreak process is known as taig9 pre jailbreak. By performing taig9 pre jailbreak users will be able to install 'iOS Emus', 'VShare', 'Semi Jailbreak Cydia' and 'Fully Untethered Cydia Demo' on iOS 9.3.4 and iOS 9.3.5 running devices. The process will place '3K Assistant' App in your device and once fully untethered jailbreak available for iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5, you will receive full jailbreak via 3K Assistant. To perform iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak, tap on the button below from your iOS 9.3.4 or iOS 9.3.5 running device. Please note that the pre jailbreak only works with iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5 and please do not test this with any other versions of iOS, which may cause errors and can damage your firmware.
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This pre jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5 is only available with TaiG9 and it is a combined effort of TaiG, 3K and iH8Sn0w. It is mandatory to perform pre jailbreak process of TaiG9 to perform post jailbreak, also known as full jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5. Apple continuously preventing jailbreaks and what pre jailbreak does is installing a trusted root certificate to use in pre jailbreaking process. The iOS system will not block the certificate since the certificate does not try to access any system files within first 30 days. When the certificate is older than 30 days, TaiG9 post jailbreak process can be started to fully jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 - iOS 9.3.5.
iOS 9.3.5 Update and Features of iOS 9.3.5
As same as iOS 9.3.4 there are no release notes found for iOS 9.3.5 security update. iOS 9.3.5 released with the build version '13G36' and according to the Apple 'iOS 9.3.5 comes with two important security updates for iPhones and iPads'. If you are running on iOS 9.3.4 it is recommended to update to iOS 9.3.5. There are two reasons for iOS 9.3.4 users to update. First is iOS 9.3.5 is more secures than iOS 9.3.4, And the next reason is there are no full functional jailbreaks released for both iOS 9.3.4 and iOS 9.3.5 and you cannot downgrade back to iOS 9.3.3 or to any other jailbreakable version. But you can use TaiG9's pre jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 and iOS 9.3.5.If you plan to update your device, watch the above video before updating to iOS 9.3.5.
On the other hand, if you are running on iOS 9.3.3 or and other below version you are not requested to update. If you are not a huge fan of jailbreak and you are willing to get the security updates, you may go ahead and update to iOS 9.3.5. But if you are a real fan of jailbreak do not update, but keep jailbreak in your device. If you haven't jailbroken your device already, visit findmyjailbreak.com, which helps you to find jailbreak tools according to your iOS version.