Get 1 Year Pangu / PP Certificate For iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak, Here’s How
As explained in our earlier article, iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak by both Pangu and PP makes use of Apple certificates to sideload the jailbreak app to a device which is to be jailbroken. The limitation of this is that you will be required to re-sign and then re-sideload the .IPA file every 7 days or 1 year, depending on the type of Apple account you have. We recommend reading our article here to understand how exactly this whole certificate thing works: Re-sign / Renew Pangu Or PP iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Certificate After 7 Days, Here’s How.
Now if you want to get the maximum 1 year certificate for your jailbreak, you have couple of options for that.
But wait, what if you are already jailbroken, with a free Apple ID certificate that will expire after 7-days? Can you just re-run the PP 1.2 Windows tool on your existing jailbreak and get the new updated Enterprise certificate? As it turns out, this for some reason doesn’t work. But fortunately, we have a workaround. Simply follow the steps below to upgrade your existing jailbreak’s certificate to 1 year Enterprise.
Note: You must already be jailbroken, and on iOS 9.3.3 firmware, for this to work. While the data, apps and settings won’t be lost, any jailbreak tweaks you may have installed will be lost and will need to be reinstalled from Cydia after this process is complete.
Step 1: Delete the PP or Pangu jailbreak app from the Home screen of your device.
Step 7: Once jailbroken, make sure you trust the certificate on your device from Settings > General > Device Management. At this point, you will notice that it’s still a free developer certificate set to expire in 7 days. Don’t worry about it.
Step 9: Now head to Settings > General > Device Management again. If you have a Enterprise certificate as shown in the screenshots below, then congratulations, your jailbreak will now work for 1 year!
Step 10: Launch Cydia and start installing your tweaks again!
It’s important to note that while the jailbreak will now work for 1 year instead of 7 days, it’s still semi-untethered, which means you will have to re-jailbreak your device using the PP app on the device (no computer needed) to put it back into jailbreak mode after every reboot.