How to jailbreak using Evasi0n 7.1.2?

Today, we are going to talk about one of the highlighted topics in the jailbreak community. If you are with iOS 7.0 to iOS 7.1.2, this is for you to get closer to Cydia. Is it Evasi0n 7.1.2? Do not follow fake directions unless there is evidence. The truth is iOS 7.1.2 is not a version that broke by Evasi0n. It was well-known Pangu with a tool and that supports iOS 7 to 7.1.2 running iDevices. And now, those who wish to jailbreak their devices running related versions can bring complete Cydia package on their devices using Pangu.

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Evasi0n 7.1.2 using Pangu jailbreak

If you went wrong that Evasi0n is the tool that you have to apply, on your iDevice, just be prepared to hand over it to Pangu. Pangu is an advanced utility since far and that stopped from iOS 9 a few years back. However, here is the guide to bring Cydia on your 7.1.2.

  • Download Pangu 7.1.2 on your Windows or Mac
  • Run the file as an administrator if you are with PC or double click on the respective dmg file and go on for Mac
  • Select the jailbreak button that will display in black color right away
  • Go through each direction carefully
  • If the tool will request to arrange the date, turn to Settings > General and then adjust the date as recommended
  • The process will start and install the app
  • Go to the Home screen and open Pangu app
  • When a warning message will appear, just tap the Continue button and go on
  • The iDevice will reboot a couple of times during the procedure
  • The Cydia icon too will state on your Home screen
  • Navigate to Date from Settings and arrange it to the normal date
  • Now you can bring any Cydia tweak from the app that you brought through Pangu 7.1.2

Wrapping up

It was a few years back that we often talked about Evasi0n. when it is about iOS 7 – 7.1.2, you can use Pangu and not Evasi0n. team Pangu offered a couple of remarkable applications to the audience until iOS 9.0. After Yalu became the jailbreak of iOS 10, we could not find out any public deal from Pangu for some uncertain reasons. However, it is Unc0ver and Checkra1n as two tools that we can use for iOS 13. And we hope this will change or developers will continue their deals when we turn into iOS 14 within a couple of days.