The recently launched iOS 7.1.2 by Apple can already be jailbroken with help of Pangu jailbreak community. You need to have updated to iOS 7.1.2 before entering into jailbreaking process. If you have jailbroken your earlier version of iOS then, you need to remove it first before starting jailbreaking for iOS 7.1.2. Here is how to safely remove jailbreak from iPhone.
After you have upgraded to iOS 7.1.2, you can download Pangu 1.1; a latest update by Pangu developers that supports English text and provides bug fixes and other functionality. The Pangu 1.1 is available for MAC and Windows users, follow below steps to jailbreak with it.
Note: Be sure to take a back up before upgrading or undoing last jailbreak.
How to Untethered Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Using Pangu (Windows/Mac)
Step #1. Download Pangu 1.1
Step #2. Connect your device that runs on iOS 7.1.2 through USB cable to your computer.
Step #3. Windows users have to click on “Pangu_v1.1.exe.” In case, you see any error message, click on “more info” and then on “Run anyway” for starting the Pangu app.
Step #4. Mac users need to click on “Pangu.dmg.” Next, double click on “Pangu icon” for running it.
Step #5. It will take few seconds before your device is recognized by computer. Once it gets recognized by app, you need to click on “Start Jailbreak” option.
Step #6. Pangu software will insist on changing the system date. For it you need to:
- Tap on settings
- Select “General.”
- Swipe on “Date and Time” to deselect the Automatic settings
Step #7. The jailbreak procedure will start once the date is changed.
Step #8. There will be a point within the process where Pangu software asks you to open app icon, displaying on your Home screen.
Step #9. Go to Home screen and tap on Pangu icon to start the app. Next, click on “Continue” button.
Step #10. This will re-start your jailbreak procedure. You will again be asked to unlock your device after it has rebooted.
Step #11. Once this is done, wait for the procedure to end. You will see Cydia icon on your home screen once the procedure ends.
Congratulations! You have now broken your iOS 7.1.2, successfully.