It will be two weeks since Pangu has released a jailbreak for iOS 8.But there is one more problem – iPhone overheating issue after jailbreak. Although the Pangu team since that time has pushed few updates to fix bugs and issues that appeared after jailbreaking the iDevice.
When the users jailbroke 32-bit iOS device such as iPhone 5, iPod touch 5th gen, iPhone 4s, iPad 2, or any other this type device they reported that encountered iPhone overheating issue after jailbreak. There were also some reports about iPhone 5s running hot. But now it seems that is it really problem that affects more than just a few 64-bit iDevice. That’s why Pangu team has issued an updated 0.3 version of their Untether package to fix overheating issue after Pangu jailbreak.
If you need to install 0.3 version you should reboot you iDevice.
Here is the full change log for the update:
- Version 0.3 of this package fixes the issue where, on 32-bit devices (iPod 5, iPhone 4S/5, iPad 2, iPad Mini 1) a specific background process (launchd) would sometimes “spin”, burning CPU and battery, or even heating up.
- If you have iDevice that run a 64-bit or you haven’t faced with such issues on your 32-bit iDevice, it’s still recommended to update it. but Be very careful and save any work before the update. Because as wrote above, the update does require a reboot.
- The Pangu is currently working on a 0.4 release, which will come shortly after the 0.3 update. It will fix the Safari to playing video crashes, that appears even after 0.3 version Pangu jailbreak.
- Some users also reported that they had problems with rebooting besides Safari issues. For those users that took 0.3 update and experienced reboot issue the Pangu claims that it can be because backup restore. Reboot loops can also be caused by incompatible tweaks.