The Pangu development group today upgraded its jailbreak for iOS 7.1. x bringing support for the English language and OS X systems, along with a fix for a bug that triggered boot loopholes on iOS gadgets.


The jailbreak was originally released last week and marked the initial time that customers managed to set up an untethered jailbreak on any device running iOS 7.1.1 and below. Nonetheless, the release was only readily available for Windows devices and had a choice to mount “25PP”, which is a third social event app store for Chinese customers. Pangu’s newest release now disables installation of 25PP for English users by default.

Pangu’s jailbreak device follows an upgraded variation of the preferred Evasi0n jailbreak that was launched in 2013 for iOS 7.0 to iOS 7.0.4. Nonetheless, Evasi0n was additionally the subject of debate after Cydia administrator Jay Freeman revealed that evasi0n did not consist of a formal variation of Cydia and installed a 3rd party app store called Taig for Chinese users. In response to Freeman’s statement, the evad3rs advancement team announced the extraction of the Taig app store from the jailbreak and asked forgiveness for the problems induced by its inclusion.

The updated Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1. x can be downloaded and install straight from the job’s main website.

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