This instruction explains in details how to uninstall Pangu jailbreak on your iPhone or iPad if you are not satisfied with the tool or just wish to stop being jailbroken for numerous reasons. The news about malware tool AdThief attacking over 75,000 jailbroken iOS 7.1 devices has spread quickly and some users are already thinking about getting rid of the program. You can also read about the reasons to jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 if you still hesitate.
In order to delete Pangu iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak from your iDevice, you need to simply follow the step-by-step guide. It tells you everything you need in order to remove Pangu jailbreak and stop worrying about malware programs.
Step 1. When you begin to follow this Pangu jailbreak remove walkthrough, you need to firstly make sure your iTunes version is the most recent one. If you already have the latest iTunes program, everything is great and you can skip this preparation.
Step 2. You have to download the most recent version of iOS. Right now it is iOS 7.1.2, but the official iOS 8 release is just around the corner.
Step 3. Create a backup copy of your iPhone or iPad. You can do this using iTunes.
Step 4. Select the option called “Restore iPhone” and point to the firmware you have obtained in Step 2 [IPSW file].
Step 5. Confirm your decision to restore the iOS device, and the jailbreak will be deleted from it after reboot.
This is how to delete jailbreak from iPhone 5, 5S, 5c, 4S and other models.
Pangu is currently the only way to untether your iDevice for firmware versions iOS 7.1 and up. It was developed by Chinese hackers XiaBo Chen, Hao and Daniel Manoppo.