Cydia for iOS 9.3.4 download with Pangu iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak status update!

iOS 9.3.4 is the latest stable release of Apple’s mobile operating system. After Pangu released their jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3.3, Apple responded by this new update which deliberately prevents Pangu jailbreak from working. Meanwhile, though we know that Cydia works perfectly for iOS 9.3.3, does the alternate app store works in iOS 9.3.4 too? That’s the topic and current cydia iOS 9.3.4 status we are going to discuss in this article.

cydia for ios 9.3.4

What is Cydia?

Those who don’t yet have a clear idea about what Cydia is, here is a short description of Cydia. Cydia is an alternate app store which is quite similar to the official App store of Apple. But while the official app store has many restrictions over app selection, no such barrier exists for Cydia. Hence, many advanced and powerful apps can be found in Cydia. Apple often refuses to include these apps in its store because they never want the users to be able to customize iOS on an advanced level.

It is not easy to have Cydia installed on your iPhone. Because obviously, it is not an official app and can’t be installed in any direct way. To install Cydia on your Apple device, you need to remove the default restrictions. The process to do this is called Jailbreaking. So, for example, if you want to have Cydia for iOS 9.3.4, you need to jailbreak iOS 9.3.4.

Jailbreaking is a difficult process. But thanks to many jailbreaking groups, many free jailbreaking tools exist. These tools will complete the entire jailbreaking process for you. You just need to install the tool and run it. All popular jailbreaking teams like Pangu, TaiG etc also include a Cydia installer in their tools. That means once you jailbreak your device, Cydia will be automatically installed in it.

So now it is clear that if one can jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 using a public jailbreaking tool like Pangu, Cydia for iOS 9.3.4 will automatically get installed. But does a jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3.4 exist?

Jailbreaking and installing Cydia for iOS 9.3.4

The tricky part of jailbreaking is that one tool doesn’t work for all versions of iOS. That means a tool that can jailbreak one version of iOS, might be unable to jailbreak another version of iOS. Thus, when a new iOS version is released, a new jailbreaking tool supporting that version must be released too. Otherwise, that iOS version can’t be jailbroken.

cydia 9.3.4

Though Pangu can jailbreak iOS 9.3.3; currently there is no jailbreaking tool that can jailbreak iOS 9.3.4. And for that reason, Cydia for iOS 9.3.4 doesn’t exist. You can’t install Cydia in iOS 9.3.4. It’s just not possible.

How to Download Cydia for iOS 9.3.4?

Actually there is no way to download cydia for iOS 9.3.4 devices. But don’t worry still now iOS 9.3.3 is jailbreakable. So if you are updated to iOS 9.3.4 you can downgrade to iOS 9.3.3 through iTunes and install cydia. Because still apple is signing iOS 9.3.3. So if you want install cydia on your iOS 9.3.4 device first downgrade it to iOS 9.3.4 and follow the cydia iOS 9.3.3 installation guide.

Future of Cydia 9.3.4

When will Cydia for iOS 9.3.4 be available? Well, no one knows. Apple is making jailbreaking very difficult nowadays. With each new version, they continuously update their OS to block jailbreaking tools. Though jailbreaking teams work hard to bring out new jailbreaking tools for each version, the process is getting harder and harder. As iOS 10 will be released very soon, we think the jailbreaking community will focus their strength on jailbreaking that new version rather than iOS 9.3.4. So the possibility of Cydia for iOS 9.3.4 being released is quite low indeed.

Cydia 9.3.3 Download for iOS 9.3.3 with Latest Pangu 9.3.3

Cydia is available for the latest iOS 9.3.3. As Pangu and PP team together has brought out their new jailbreak, the definitive App store alternative is back in the show for iOS 9.3.3. In this article, we are going to discuss how you can download Cydia 9.3.3.

cydia 9.3.3 with pangu 9.3.3

What is Cydia?

Apple certainly has an app store with a huge collection of apps. But any well-informed user should know that there are lots of exciting apps outside the official store too. Apple’s strict app policy has kept these apps off grid, due to their advanced nature or unauthorized customization options. Nevertheless, these apps are useful, especially for the advanced users who don’t like the restrictions imposed on iOS by Apple.

Unlike Android, one can’t simply download an app and install that in an Apple device. The installation must be done through the Apple App store. So, to install officially unlisted apps, one must need an unofficial app store. Cydia is exactly that – an alternate app store for Apple devices, from where you can download or even buy unlisted apps and games.

Though you can install other apps via Cydia, Cydia itself is an app, which is not listed in the app store. So, how can one install Cydia in the first place? This brings us to the topic of jailbreaking. Jailbreaking is a process to remove Apple’s pre-imposed controls over iOS on any device. Thus, a jailbroken device can do what a normal Apple device can’t.

The process of installing Cydia in a jailbroken devices could’ve been complicated. But it isn’t. Thanks to the jailbreaking teams. They have Cydia inbuilt within their tools. So when an Apple 9.3.3 device is jailbroken, Cydia 9.3.3 gets automatically installed.

Cydia 9.3.3

Cydia version number actually represents the iOS model it supports. Remember, Cydia can only be installed and work in a jailbroken device. As iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is now available, Cydia 9.3.3 download is available too.

Download Cydia 9.3.3

The download link for Cydia 9.3.3 is given below:
Cydia 9.3.3 Download
This is a computer software which will eventually jailbreak and install Cydia on your phone. Note that the linked installer works for Windows PCs.

You may notice that it is actually a link to download the Pangu-PP jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3.3. Don’t worry. This jailbreaking tool will automatically install Cydia in your device while jailbreaking. Again, Jailbreaking is necessary because Cydia can’t work otherwise.

Installing Cydia 9.3.3

Install the jailbreaking tool given in the link above on your PC. Now, connect your phone to the computer. Click on the green button displayed on the computer software. Soon, the process will end and you will see the Pangu-PP jailbreaking app available in the app list of your mobile device.

cydia 9.3.3 with pangu 9.3.3

cydia 9.3.3 with pangu 9.3.3

Disconnect your phone from the PC now. Note that you may need the give the tool your Apple ID credentials. Next, go to your phone’s Settings > Device management. Tap on your Apple ID and select Trust this developer.

In your app list find the newly installed jailbreaking app. Launch it. It will ask for some permissions. Allow. You will see a big circular button with a black background. Uncheck the checkbox below the button and tap on the circle. Press the side key of your Apple device to lock it. Wait for a few minutes. Now, slightly press the side power button of your phone. If you see any notification saying jailbreak is complete, unlock the device.

cydia 9.3.3 with pangu 9.3.3

cydia 9.3.3 with pangu 9.3.3

By following this process you have actually learned how to download Cydia 9.3.3 and install it. After this steps are successfully completed, you will see the Cydia 9.3.3 icon among your apps.

Using Cydia 9.3.3

Open the Cydia app. At the first time, it will take a few minutes to manage the system and then will launch finally. Here you can search, download and install outside apps. Note that the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak will be void once the device restarts or is shut down. In that case, after the device turns on, run the Pangu-PP jailbreaking app again from your iPhone as above to re-jailbreak. You don’t need to connect your phone to PC for re-jailbreaking. Re-jailbreaking will install or enable Cydia again in your 9.3.3 run device.