Step By Step : How to Avoid Restart Loop in iOS 9 Jailbreak

Last week Pangu made available to users for IOS 9 Jailbreak and although it is a fairly stable version has been detected a problem. One is the reboot loop device, a problem that you teach today GreenPois0n avoid.



This bug is called the "Boot Loop of the Death", but also known as BLoD. Occurs only on some devices with IOS 9 having done the Jailbreak and causes it to constantly restart until it loses power.

The only solution is to restore the device and lose the jailbreak. GreenPois0n Today we bring a solution to fix this bug on a temporary basis, which we hope you serve helps if you're one of those affected with the reboot loop in IOS 9 Jailbreak.

Avoiding this BLoD on iOS 9 Jailbreak devices

First I must say that this solution involves restoring the device, but no choice. And is that as long as battery constantly reboot.



  1. The first thing to do is connect the device to your computer and make a backup unencrypted iTunes.

  2. Put the phone in DFU mode. For this you have to connect the device to your computer with iTunes open and fair then press the Home button and the Power button for 10 seconds. After this long to release the power button pressed leaving the Home until iTunes icon on the screen and the computer detects appears.

  3. Then click the Restore button in iTunes. The device will restore to iOS 9.0.2 and lose the jailbreak.

  4. Setting the device as new and do not include iCloud settings or the Touch ID.

  5. Download Pangu version 1.0.1 on your Windows computer.

  6. Retry the Jailbreak your device. If you want you can see the steps to be followed by clicking on this link.

  7. Open Cydia with the device in airplane mode and WiFi activated.

  8. Substrate Cydia installed from the BigBoss repo.

  9. Once the process is complete the device off and back on.

  10. Finally forces a restart by pressing the Home and Power buttons simultaneously until the device display the apple logo appears.
If everything went well and you followed all the steps the reboot loop problem will be solved. The only thing you need is to restore the backup through iCloud.


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