Wednesday, April 27, 2016

How to Jailbreak an iPad (For Cellphone Tracking Software)

If you want to install cellphone tracking software on your iPad or your child’s iPad, you should know that it’s not just a one step process. There’s a lot of benefits to installing iPhone monitoring software on an iPad, even though it’s not technically a cellphone. But in order to install monitoring software on an iPad, you’ll need to do something known as jailbreaking. Jailbreaking, if you know what you’re doing, can be easy to do on your own. Here’s how to jailbreak an iPad.

Getting Started
Keep in mind that as of right now, it may be difficult to jailbreak an iPad that’s running iOS 9.1. Consider downgrading your device’s operating system if possible. You’ll be downloading a software called Pangu 9, which can jailbreak iOS devices running iOS 9. Not 9.1, keep in mind.

First, back up your iPad. Pangu 9 is a safe program but just in case something goes wrong, you’ll want to have a recent backup of your device ready to go. Back up your iPad both in iCloud and on a computer. Next, download Pangu 9 on your computer. Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to go.

Starting the Installation
Make sure you deactivate your Passcode, Touch ID, and so on. You can do so in Settings. By deactivating your Passcode and so on, this allows Pangu to get in your iPad and install the necessary files. Next, launch the Pangu program on your computer. If you have a Windows computer, opt to run the program as an administrator. If you’re a Mac user, just launch it like a regular app. Then, plug your iPad in. Pangu should automatically recognize the device. Press start and sit back.

During the Process
Make sure you follow all on-screen prompts. At some point you’ll be asked to put your iPad into airplane mode. Just swipe up from the bottom of the screen and pull up Control Center. Then enable airplane mode.

Eventually, Pangu will finish jailbreaking your iPad. You’ll receive a message that says “Jailbreak complete”. Your iPad will then restart. You’ll then be able to see a new app on your iPad: Cydia, the jailbroken app store where you can download apps that allow you to download apps and tweaks unavailable to regular iPad users.

Installing Cell Phone Monitoring Software
While your iPad might not be a cell phone, you can still download cell phone monitoring software onto it. The reason you’ll want to jailbreak your iPad beforehand is so that the monitoring software can slip past barriers present available on an un-jailbroken device. Once your device is jailbroken, you won’t have to worry about these restrictions and can easily install the phone spy free of contact software (as well as any desirable software you’ll find in Cydia) without any future restrictions.

Installing the software is a simple process. Just purchase the software you’re looking to use, download it onto the iPad and follow the provided instructions that should come along with the software.

Once you’ve done that, you’ll be good to go and can monitor your iPad safely and easily without even breaking a sweat.

Jailbreaking your iPad doesn’t have to be an intimidating process so long as you’re willing to back up your phone and download Pangu. By being vigilant and taking the time to work through the process, you can easily jailbreak your phone in a matter of minutes and for free. Jailbreaking, while it’s not for everyone, remains the best way to open up your iPad so monitoring phone spyware can be installed on it. Just keep this in mind should you want to install monitoring software on it for whatever reason.

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