Pangu9 v1.0.0 on Windows
|Original author(s)||Pangu Team|
|Initial release||14 Oct 2015|
1.3.2 (Windows) / 18 August 2016|
1.1.1 (OS X) / 16 March 2016
1.0.0 (Apple TV 4) / 23 March 2016
|Operating system||Windows / OS X / tvOS|
|Platform||Windows / OS X / tvOS|
Pangu9 is the name for a series of jailbreaks for all devices on iOS 9.0 through 9.1 (untethered), 9.2 through 9.3.3 on 64-bit devices (semi-untethered) and Apple TV HD running tvOS 9.0 - 9.0.1 (untethered).
The initial version was released on 14 October 2015 and supported iOS 9.0 through 9.0.2, untethered. On 11 March 2016, Pangu9 1.3.0 (Windows)/1.1.0 (Mac) was released to jailbreak iOS 9.1 untethered on 64-bit devices.
On 24 July 2016, a new version which jailbreaks semi-untethered iOS 9.2 through 9.3.3 was released on Pangu's Chinese site. An English version was released on Pangu's English site a few days later on July 29.
On 19 August 2016, an on-device jailbreak was released.
Pangu9 for iOS 9.0-9.1
||25PP||Add support for iOS 9.1 devices (64-bit devices only)|
||Archive of 25PP||Make the iOS 9.1 untether more stable|
Pangu9 for tvOS 9.0 - 9.1 (Apple TV)
Pangu9 for iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3
|Version||MD5 Hash||SHA-1 Hash||Download||Changes|
||25PP||Ability to use Pangu's expired Enterprise certificate, which lasts until April 2017|
"Pangu" is the name of the "the first living being and the creator of all in some versions of Chinese mythology".
The 9.0-9.1 untether is nicknamed "Fuxi Qin". This continues the tradition of Chinese mythology from the previous jailbreaks (Pangu Axe, XuanYuan Sword), by referring to the instrument (琴) carried by the legendary emperor Fuxi (伏羲).
Similarly, the 9.2-9.3.3 untether is nicknamed "Nüwa Stone" (seen in the file name, where v is used instead of ü), referring to the stones that Nüwa used to patch the sky.