Updates to Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5

With Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 now available, many of the legacy devices got Cydia privileges. As a way to Cydia and also to downgrade, this tool works perfect and with the highest support. And now support for the version 2 and later, it guarantees to work to the exact need making no troubles and extra attempt. So just as we brought you the guidelines soon with the release, here is more about the later updates and including how to move to the upper versions for anyone already jailbroken with Phoenix.

Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5

Follow our post update to get the complete tutorial on how Phoenix makes Cydia Download iOS 9.3.5

The release of Phoenix is more exciting for two reasons. One is its support back for Cydia 9.3.5 also with downgrade rights for some previous versions, at a time expectations rule high on Cydia 10.3.2 and even further on iOS 11. And the one reason is the arrival of Phoenix jailbreak with break the silence continued for a long period which has made jailbreak inactivity and distracting for a majority.

In that way, this turns more heads as the jailbreak update over Yalu although extremely limited in the usage. And those who are on iOS 9.3.5 will definitely get contended of the update as jailbreaking could probably be the only reason why they still rock in older 9.3.5 when Apple has reached miles far. In fact, we see iOS 11 around the corner which now at the middle of beta testing as the final launch is all set for the month next.

Phoenix Jailbreak- Changelog

Each of the version updates contains a short changelog. But in regard the tool process, that brings a high contribution for certain. Check out what are they.Version 1

Version 1 Updates on 7th August 2017

  • The initial tool version

Version 2 updates on 7th August 2017

  • Successfully addressed gsc.*/sed bug
  • iosbinpack+dropbear taken off
  • Introduces a fix to the starting LaunchDaemons

Version 3 Updates on 8th August 2017

  • Addresses bug with the custom off-sets feature (used in the recover from system version changed with the off-sets phoenixpwn. com/A5 phoenixpwn. com/A6)
  • Improvements to the work stability

How to switch Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 version 1 to any later?

As updated versions carry the most needful, you are recommending to jailbreak 9.3.5 with the recent update version. And if you are already jailbroken with Phoenix initial release, here is how to move from 1 to the later.

  • Check whether the device is jailbroken with the Phœnix initial version
  • Then launch Cydia and install “MTerminal” app
  • Go to the MTerminal and when required enter the following command below. Here you need typing it correctly and if necessary make a copy and paste in the right location

“rm /usr/bin/sed && / usr/libexec/cydia/firmware.sh”

  • If you are done up to now, let’s go to the Home Screen and remove the Phœnix Version 1 app as deleting a usual app from the device
  • Now reboot the device
  • And now follow our post and jailbreak again but make sure you are now getting the updates IPA download as of now

Video Guide

Developer Credits

Behind the success of the Phoenix Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5, we find a number of strengths. In details, they are as follows:

Credits for the exploit go to Siguza and tihmstar

And Special thanks for the whole development of the project shared to mbazaliy and qwertyoruiop also considering the extensive contributions by jk9357.

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