Cydia iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak

Cydia is back. After a long break and few updates, Cydia has finally returned to the scene for iOS 9 firmware in the form of Phoenix jailbreak. For so long, we have been unable to install Cydia on our devices, thanks to the crackdown from Apple on jailbreak development.

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iOS 9 saw Apple start to crack down on Cydia development as they began introducing security features that would make things hard, features that were designed with the best of intentions, of protecting users and their data. While Apple has tried their best to thwart jailbreak developers and while it has taken some time, the right exploit has finally been found in iOS 9 to update Cydia and, given the age of the firmware, it is unlikely that this exploit will be patched in the near future. That means, unless you update your device, you can enjoy Cydia on iOS 9 for as long as you want.

Supported iOS 9 Versions:

The following iOS 9 versions support the download of Cydia :

  • iOS 9
  • iOS 9.3.1
  • iOS 9.3.2
  • iOS 9.3.3
  • iOS 9.3.4
  • iOS 9.3.5

Phoenix Jailbreak:

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Phoenix jailbreak is the iOS 9 Cydia update, working on all iOS 9 32-bit devices. It is a semi-untethered jailbreak but it does work, and it is safe to use. Check out our full Phoenix jailbreak guide for details.

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Cydia Alternatives:

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If you can’t get Cydia for your device and want to know what else is available, have a look at the list of top Cydia alternatives below. These are all app installers released to provide some of what Cydia offers, including a huge range of free apps and games and some of the best-tweaked apps. Choose from goodies such as Spotify++, Instagram++, Facebook++, YouTube++, SnapChat++, MovieBox and many more, all free.

How to Remove Cydia: delete cydia jailbreak

If you try Cydia on iOS 9 and decide you no longer want it, removing Cydia is very easy. All you need to do is use an app called Cydia Eraser, which will remove Cydia without affecting your iOS version. Visit the linked page for more details.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do you want to know more about Cydia? We’ve compiled the most commonly asked questions about Cydia and answered them for you on the page linked below:

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10 thoughts on “Cydia iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak”

  1. Hi can anyone help me, I accidentally rebooted my iPad and Cydia has gone. Can you help me by re-installing it again. I have tried finding Phoenix to install it but nothing seems to be working.. I don’t have a laptop to connect and download any files..
    My version is ios 9.3.5 iPad 3.

    Many thanks

  2. Hi, nice to see that Cydia’s back again! I was just about to give in to 9.3.5 on my iPad 2, as I’m still on 4.3.3… soon, what’s new? Ha ha… lots of reading to do. I had done the 4.3.3 by myself, but that was ages ago, so any suggestions about where to start would be greatly appreciated… Thanks!

  3. Hi again, I clearly misunderstood something… Cydia Impactor (with my iPad 2 (MC769ZP) jailbroken with Cydia and running iOS 4.3.3 (8J2) attached to my iMac), loading the Phoenix.ipa for iOS 9.3.5, on verification, Impactor is giving me the error “file: installation.cpp; line 51; what; DeviceOSVersionTooLow”.
    I suppose this means that I shouldn’t be trying to use the 9.3.5 version of the Phoenix.ipa…???
    I’m aiming at upgrading the underlying iOS from 4.3.3 to 9.3.5 (or higher if possible), without losing the apps I have on it already… is this even possible?
    Hopefully I’ll figure this out soon enough, but if anybody can pitch in, I’m not too proud to accept help…

  4. I need help on my first generation tablet I want to upgrade it to ios 9 but it says that safari can’t open up the site :c

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