How To Fix iOS 9.3.3 Boot Loop on Jailbroken iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch


iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak has been released for latest Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices and with that developers have been releasing changing for the jailbroken devices with updated firmware tweaks. Although many jailbreak tweaks have already been released but still there are some areas which have not been covered by developers for iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken firmware. Many unwanted problems could surface if you install incompatible items on jailbroken iOS devices. Some errors are not as hard to fix but others could put your jailbreaked iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch on iOS 9.3.3 in reboot loop causing it to frequently restart unexpectedly. Here we have a solution to fix boot loop error on jailbreaked iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch iOS devices.


Fix iOS 9.3.3 Boot Loop Error on Jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Although a recommended and a bit lengthier solution for fixing boot loop error on jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 devices involves restoring the device via iTunes and then jailbreaking the device again. But here we are going to discuss a short, quick fix to assist you to fix boot loop on jailbreaked iOS 9.3.3 devices.

This method requires you to put your iOS device in a non-jailbreak state before proceeding ahead. After putting iOS 9.3.3 iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch out of jailbreak mode, boot your device into ‘No Substrate Mode’ which will remove and uninstall Cydia Substrate changes from your device.

1 – Long-press and hold Lock + Home buttons together until the device restarts and you see Apple logo on the screen to restart the device in non-jailbreak mode.

2 – Disable ‘Find My iPhone’ and ‘Passcode’ options on your iOS device (This is very important).

3 – When on the Home screen, look for Pangu app and launch it.

4 – In Pangu app, press the Start button and lock your device to initiate the jailbreak process in ‘No Substrate Mode’.

5 – When you see Pangu Notification on the lock screen, press and hold the Volume Up button until the device restarts and Apple logo appears on the screen.

6 – When the device reboots in No Substrate Mode, open Cydia.

7 – Here search tweaks or updates that have been the main culprits behind reboot error and uninstall them from your iOS 9.3.3 device.

8 – If you see any error then respring your device and try looking for faulty tweaks again to remove them from the device.

9 – After deleting tweak that were causing boot loop its time to jailbreak your iOS device running on iOS 9.3.3 version. For that, press the Start button in the Pangu App and let it jailbreak the device again which will automatically complete the device jailbreak.

That’s All. You have successfully fixed boot loop error on jailbreaked iOS 9.3.3 iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. There is no need to uninstall erroneous jailbreak adjustments through iTunes restoration method. But keep one thing in mind that you install iOS 9.3.3 compatible jailbreak tweaks from Cydia or the error might persist causing boot loop to start again.

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