How to get a certificate for 1 year for iOS 9.3.3 PP / Pangu
As previously reported, iOS 9.3.3 Pangu and PP limited period of validity. In order to provide root access to the OS and the installation of Cydia, the Pangu utility uses the Apple account user ID for signature and boot to bypass the App Store. For this reason, the jailbreak will stop working after 7 days. This limit is set by Apple on free redevelopers the Apple ID accounts.
If you want to use a jailbreak during the year without re-hacking my iPhone and iPad every week, there are several ways to achieve this.
The first and most reliable option is to get a developer account on the website developer.apple.com and then use this Apple ID in jailbreak utility on Cydia Impactor. Thus, the exploit will work as long as the developer profile. Is the Apple developer account is $99 per year.
The second free method is to use the PP utility instead of English Pangu/Cydia Impactor. At the time of writing the post in the PP version 1.2 uses a new certificate Enterprise that will work throughout the year even if Apple revokes an account or the certificate used by the utility.
But what if you have already installed the jailbreak free Apple ID and its validity will end in a week? Is it possible to re-start PP and 1.2 to obtain an updated certificate Enterprise? Actually, not so simple. Follow the instructions below to upgrade an existing certificate for annual Enterprise.
Keep in mind that you must have jailbroken iOS 9.3.3. Data, apps and settings will be saved, but all of the jailbreak tweaks you have to put again.
Step 1: Uninstall the app or PP Pangu on the iOS device (like an application).
Step 2: Download the firmware file iOS 9.3.3.
Step 3: Open iTunes and hold down Option on Mac or Shift on Windows, click “Update” (NOT “Restore iPhone”).
Step 4: Select the IPSW file that you downloaded in the second step, and reinstall iOS 9.3.3. After this you will see that all personal data and settings preserved, but the jailbreak tweaks on your device.
Step 5: Download the Chinese version of the jailbreak (RR) at this link.
Step 6: Run the jailbreak your iPhone / iPad using the guide posted here.
Step 7: Make the certificate as a trusted certificate, which you need to go to menu Settings -> General -> Profiles & device management. You will see that while it is the developer’s certificate soon which ends in 7 days.
Step 8: Put your device in jailbreak mode, using the guide on this page.
Step 9: After the reboot again go to Settings -> General -> Profiles & device management. If done correctly, you should see the certificate Enterprise.
It is important to note that, despite the fact that the validity increased to 1 year, the jailbreak is still tethered, so after each reboot of the gadget you need to translate it in mode jailbreak.