New Pangu Jailbreak Error

New Pangu Jailbreak Error

Posted June 23, 2014 at 9:45pm by InochiPM · 7034 views
Since it just came out recently i wanted to try it out sincei was stuck with an automatic update when i got this phone from a friend. its an iPhone 4 White, 7.1.1 and when i plug it in Pangu states that its an iPhone3,3 and i have the correct ios to run. i start the jailbreak and go through the whole process it asks for And it get all they way through reboots and hangs on the apple logo before booting normaly and i get a red error on pangu that it can only mean retry cause my iphone took to long? or a re try error? idk but i cant seem to get it to work at all i have tryed it i think 3 times now and im going to stop untill i get atleast an answer.

Answers (5)

Izzac - June 24, 2014 at 8:00pm
You will suffer a Bootloop Logo to fix this issue just hook your Iphone to a PC and hold the up volume button til it boots back to the dash. Unistall Complete PP Remover in Cydia and It should be fixed. "Your Welcome"
Izzac - June 24, 2014 at 7:58pm
If you jailbroke your device using Pangu and didn’t check that box, then you need to read no further. You’re perfectly fine. But if you did check the box — intentionally or not — you need to follow the below instructions to protect your device:

Add Karen’s Pineapple Repo at to your Cydia/APT sources (Manage→Sources→Edit→Add)
Install Complete PPSync Remover (net.angelxwind.completeppsyncremover) from Cydia.
Remove PPStore from Cydia.
Go to Settings→General→Profiles and remove the 25pp certificate. If you don’t see a Profiles section, or if there is no 25pp profile, that is okay. All that means is that PanGu never installed one.
You’re done. And yes, Complete PPSync Remover restores/Library/LaunchDaemons/
If you want to, you can uninstall Complete PPSync Remover.
3ddy - June 24, 2014 at 7:02pm
same happened.
Had to update itunes.
restart phone, then run pangu jb again.
iClarified - June 24, 2014 at 5:21pm
First, it is suggested to always do a backup then restore via iTunes rather than a software update to iOS 7.1.1.

Second, did you make sure to navigate to the SpringBoard after setting the date back and tap the Pangu icon shortly after it appears. Make sure to check your last page of icons for Pangu to show up.

You can find detailed instructions here:
gaurav.mahendru - June 24, 2014 at 10:51am
I am suffering the same cause. Even I set the date June 2 2014 and time 8:30pm and turned off the passcode. Its not working though. Could anyone help us guys.
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