Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 Updated for Legacy Devices!

While jailbreak iOS 10 continues to be silent, we find an update of a new tool in target the legacy devices. It is dubbed Phoenix which working for 32-bit devices running iOS 9.3.5. With update of version 3 now, Phoenix jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 guaranteed the highest working compatibility bring Cydia Download opportunities back for iOS 9. So if you are rocking on iOS 9.3.5 and also with need of jailbreak and Cydia, it is now chance for a turn as jailbreaking is still not gone from iOS 9. Take a look for the complete learning.

Devices Compatible for the Jailbreak

5th Generation iPod Touch

iPhone 4s

iPhone 5

iPhone 5c

iPad mini 1

iPad 2, 3 and iPad 4

Changes log of Phoenix Jailbreak

Compared to the previous version, the tool comes in a better interface by now. So here is the road so far up to the latest version 3.

First Version 1 updated on 7th August 2017

Coming with several bugs and crashes in the performance

Fairly stable

Version 2 updated on 7th August 2017

Introduces a fix to gsc.*and sed bug

Addressed crash on starting Launch Daemons

Removed iosbinpack+dropbear effectively

Better work frame

Latest Version 3 updated on 8th August 2017

Custom off-sets feature fixed in the trouble

Verified stability

Optimized work frame

How Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 works?

Just like the name Phoenix implies about a mythical bird that rises up from its own ashes, this update to jailbreak can too be taken a reborn of iOS 9 jailbreak. At a time jailbreak iOS 11 and 10 wins attention all over, this made a surprising wake shattering the silence continued over months. So if you are on iOS 9.3.5, this is the chance for jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 for a successful reach to Cydia. And it works in the semi-untethered frame forcing you bound to all same conditions which we found in all recent jailbreak sessions. So take a look.

What need to be considered?

Check the device compatibility as Phoenix only allowed for 32-bit devices on iOS 9.3.5

Remember that the jailbreak runs in semi-untethered which signs the IPA through Cydia impactor with support of either Windows or Mac OS

As this is semi-untethered jailbreak, you will be forced re-signing every time with a reboot. And at the same time, the jailbreak will be expired by every 7 days passed if you are with a free Apple ID sign up. For developers it will remain unexpired for about a year from the day jailbroken

Download Cydia impactor on the PC and also the correct IPA file. As version 3 is the latest, make a try to it which would avoid possible errors

Step Guide

Go to Cydia impactor and drag the IPA to the interface

When required, give the Apple ID and Password (a secondary Apple ID is recommended)

Now let IPA signs properly

And then go the device’s Settings>General and trust the profile

If done, launch Phoenix jailbreak app from the Home screen

Continue with “Prepare for Jailbreak”

Now let the process completed and install Cydia for iOS. Then Enjoy all compatible jailbreak apps and Tweaks on iOS 9.3.5.

Developer Credits

All thanks for Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 go to various parties. When thanks for the exploits go to Siguza and tihmstar ,mbazaliy, qwertyoruiop and jk9357 equally credited for the whole success of the tool project. So enjoy Cydia back on iOS 9.