Loads of users are experiencing Pangu app crashing while opening. This is happening because its 1 year certificate has been revoked or expired. Here’s a quick workaround using JailbreakMe for 9.3.3.
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Why is Pangu App not opening?
Pangu jailbreak’s certificate stays valid for a duration of 1 year. It was due to be expired in April 2017.
Since the certificate has been revoked, the application won’t open anymore. To get it up and running again, you must re-install it with Cydia Impactor utility or use Qwertyoruiop’s online JailbreakMe9 tool.
Here’s the message you will receive when opening Pangu application.
How to Fix Pangu Certificate Revoked or Expired
Step 1 Open this URL on your iPhone, iPad or iPod – https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com.
Step 2 Tap “go” button to jailbreak your iOS device.
The rest of the process is exactly the same as Pangu jailbreak. Close the popup that appears and your device will automatically reboot in jailbreak mode.
That’s all you need to do! You can follow the complete JailbreakMe9 tutorial here. You can also try using ijapija00’s version of JailbreakMe9 tool. It works just like this tool and is a bit faster.
Remember, it may take a few tries to put your device in jailbreak mode.
If this doesn’t fix your error, leave a comment below. I will be happy to help.
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