Team Pangu today released version 1.0.1 of their jailbreak tool. The updated fixes a "bug that leads to 0A error code" and a problem that was causing a loading failure on some computers. The changelog also notes that a Mac version of Pangu 9 is "coming soon". If you were having issues installing the iOS 9 jailbreak tool on your device, you can try again by downloading Pangu v.1.0.1 through en.pangu.io. Pangu 9 is currently only available to Windows.
The Pangu Team has done it again, releasing an untethered jailbreak for iOS 9 less than a month after the OS was released. The jailbreak tool is available now through pangu.io. Pangu 9 is only available for Windows at this time, but a Mac version should be in the works.
The jailbreak tweak Typecast brings a new level of utility to iOS messaging apps. Once installed, Typecast will display icons in multiple places to track when a message is actively being typed. The same treatment is given to read receipts, making the status easier to read and much more prominent. The best part is that Typecast works with three apps: the stock Messages app, Kik and WhatsApp.
One of the more useful parts of the Contacts app allows iPhone owners to quickly jump through the alphabet when scrolling. Instead of swiping in the middle of the screen, using the letters on the right side accelerates the process, immediately jumping to the entries under each letter. Now the jailbreak tweak MusicScroller brings this functionality to the stock Music app and more.
Some of the best jailbreak tweaks are the most straightforward, and DarkCC fits the bill. The package has one function, which is to mellow the brightness of the Control Center. For those looking to darken this part of iOS, DarkCC imparts a new look to the Control Center without using WinterBoard or any other complications.