How to avoid constantly restarting iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch after jailbreak iOS 9.3.3?

With the new version of the jailbreak, developers need some time to update

tweaks and bring them to compatibility with the new jailbreak. The jailbreak of iOS 9.3.3 was no exception. Pangu recently released new jailbreak tool iOS 9.3.3However, there are still some tweaks for Cydia that are not compatible with iOS 9.3.3 and can create a number of problems in work.

When installing incompatible tweaks, the userruns the risk of malfunctioning the device or, even worse, putting the device in constant reboot mode. That's why it is so important to carefully update and install tweaks on your device.

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As part of this instruction, we will show you howway to exit endless reboot mode on a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 9.3.3 without restoring the device.

What to do if the phone restarts endlessly on iOS 9.3.3

To do this, first of all, you need to translatedevice to “No Substrate Mode”. Thus, you deactivate all tweaks from Cydia, which will allow you to safely uninstall them from this device, eliminating the problem of endless rebooting.

Step 1: Press and hold the lock key and Home for 5 seconds (or more) until the device restarts and you see the Apple logo.

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Step 2: When the device boots up, it will be in recovery mode. Make sure you turn off the password, as well as the “Find My iPhone” feature.

Step 3: Go to the home screen and launch the Pangu app. In this case, the jailbreak will work differently, since you entered the mode without jailbreak.

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Step 4: Press the Start button and lock the device to start the jailbreak process.

Step 5: Once you see the Pangu notification on the lock screen, press and hold the “volume up” button until the device restarts and you see the Apple logo.

Step 6: After rebooting, the device should work in “No Substrate” mode. Go to your home screen and launch Cydia.

Step 7: Identify tweaks causing constantreboot and remove them from your device. If an error occurs during the uninstallation of the application, update the interface and try to respring and repeat the step again. Continue these steps until the tweak is completely and successfully removed.

Step 8: Once you have removed all the faulty tweaks andpackages, reboot the device and jailbreak again using the Pangu app. This time there is no need to hold the volume button. Just click the Start button in the application, lock the device and Pangu will jailbreak it.

If you follow the steps above, you can fix the endless reboot of the device and remove incompatible tweaks without resorting to iTunes functionality.

It is extremely important to consider that only applications marked as compatible with iOS 9.3.3 need to be installed. Otherwise, you may encounter problems in the operation of your device.

  • List of tweaks compatible with iOS 9.3.3
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