Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 With Phoenix [No Computer Required]


You can now Jailbreak your 32-bit iPhone, iPad or iPod running on iOS 9.3.5 using the Phoenix tool. The most useful part of the Phoenix tool is that you do not need a computer at all. You can now opt for a hassle-free method to Jailbreak your iOS 9.3.5 powered smart device.

Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5
Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 With Phoenix

There have been various methods to Jailbreak the previous iOS versions using different scripts and tools. Apple hasn’t been letting a single thing slip out of its hands. It successfully patched all those good methods that were working back in the day. This new Phoenix breakthrough comes out of the blue. Apple users finally have something to be happy about after a very, very long time.

Installing Phoenix on your iPhone was possible using the Phoenix IPA through Cydia Impactor. This method also involved the use of a computer. In the latest development, the Phoenix tool skips the use of Cydia Impactor. This means now you can download and install this tool straight away on your iPhone, iPad or the iPod. You need to follow a small set of instructions to easily gain the Jailbreak on your iOS 9.3.5 once you have the Phoenix running on your device.

The new solution is web-based. Unlike running the IPA, you can now simply open a web page and start the process. This takes away all the hard-work and confusion of sideloading IPA files on your iPhone.  Using this new web-based method is more than easy as well. Follow the steps given below to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 right now.

Jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 With Phoenix [No Computer Required]

  1. On your iOS device, open the web page ayouch.me/phoenix
  2. Press the Install button appearing on the screen on the web page that you just opened.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Phoenix on your device now.
  4. Now you need trust the certificate of Phoenix. To do this, Go to Settings > General > Device Management > Tap Phoenix > Verify App or Trust.
  5. This will now Jailbreak your iOS 9.3.5 device. That’s all.


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