Published on June 24th, 2014 | by neluttu

Pangu iOS 7.1.0 / 7.1.1 jailbreak – everything you need to know

Yesterday, Chinese team named “Pangu” has been released a new jailbreak tool that is compatible with iOS 7.1.0 / 7.1.1. Everything works great if you follow our Pangu iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak tutorial, but there are a few things that you might need to know about this tool and team.

Some bugs used in this jailbreak were originaly discovered by iOS hacker @i0n1c and made available to the public through his iOS hacking training classes. According to him, team Pangu had no right to use those bugs to build a public jailbreak.

Let’s just break down what we know about Pangu jailbreak:

1. It’s based on some bugs @i0n1c discovered years ago.

2. The tool’s language is Chinese, so there’s a good chance you won’t be able to read any text after you open the windows app.

3. This jailbreak will install a chinese version of AppSync that developers say it’s badly writen. Can be uninstalled though.

4. Also, this jailbreak will auto install a chinese piracy app store on your iDevice once jailbroken. Can be later uninstalled from Cydia or, right before you begin the jailbreak process, unthick the checkbox in pangu windows executable.

5. Top iOS hackers are saying that this jailbreak is safe to use.

6. Although hacker @i0n1c says “BTW I wish everyone of my followers who installed Pangu much fun with malware from China :P”, at this point we can assure you that the jailbreak is safe to use.

7. Pangu is already compatible with the yet unreleased iOS 7.1.2

8. Pangu jailbreak works on every iPhone / iPod / iPad that is running iOS 7.1.0 / 7.1.1 / 7.1.2

Known issues:

1. No jailbreak is 100% guaranteed to work, neither is Pangu. Some users are reporting that their iDevice would get stuck in a boot loop while jailbreaking. To bypass this boot loop, you need to enter your iDevice in DFU mode and then restore in iTunes. Apply the jailbreak again afterwards.

2. Pangu jailbreak might set all your notifications to off. You need to re-enable them in the Settings app.

3 . PPSync has to be removed from your iDevice after you jailbroke it. Install “Complete PPSync Remover” from Cydia (from this repo: and you’ll be ok.


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