General Restarted my iPhone 6+ and now Pangu.app can't verify the 1 year cert in Settings

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  1. kalirob99 thread starter macrumors 68000

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    They updated the Chinese version? Were the changes related to this or something else?
     
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    I am not sure what the changes are, I don't read Chinese.
     
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    Me either :confused: that's why I was hoping you did haha.
     
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    Well it did it again on my new phone. But this time the Pangu app stuck around but the cert was deleted altogether. :eek: Guessing I'll still with the Chinese jb from here on. Hope that fixes it.:confused:

    EDIT: When it rains it pours, I was forced to sign the PP.app with Impactor myself since it was refused installation in iFunbox.
     
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    PP app meaning this ipa? http://download.25pp.com/ipa/jailbreak/inv_ent_final_0727.ipa
     
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    Just wondering since I was able to install that ipa using ifunbox
     
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    Ya. I did my first time but it failed the last attempt that way. No clue why either. Just gave error -1 or something.
     
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    I had a similar issue on my 6+ where pangu wouldn't verify as well but I had read on I believe on Reddit that a home and power button reset then being on wifi when recertifying pangu worked.
     
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    I'd have given it a try but the replacement 6+ they gave me has a faulty touch screen. So tomorrow it's getting swapped out. Here's hoping for 9.3.3 fw on the next replacement lol.
     

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