In an article on fixing Pangu iOS 9 errors, we shared with you that users who successfully jailbreak their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch were unable to customize jailbreak settings in the native Settings app. This was happening due to the incompatibility of a Preferences loader utility that allows developers to grant configuration tabs for their settings in the Settings app. As promised by the developer, this utility has now been updated, fixing the issue of missing tuning parameters in jailbroken Pangu iOS 9 devices.
PreferenceLoader has just been updated to support iOS 9 by fixing incompatibility issues. You can now proceed with the installation PreferenceLoader 2.2.3-1 to get all setting customization choices in the Settings app. Just head to Cydia > Changes tab and install PreferenceLoader 2.2.3-1 or later update.
Some users who tried to install this updated utility started getting size mismatch error, Cydia crashes, or other issues. If you too are having trouble, here’s what to do:
- Force Cydia to close.
- Open it again.
- Refresh sources.
- Download the updated version of PreferenceLoader now.
Let us know if you have successfully installed the updated version of the PreferenceLoader utility. To fix more Pangu iOS 9 errors, see our in-depth article: Fix Pangu iOS 9 “45% Error”, Failed Jailbreak Attempts, Cydia Crashes and More Issues
Don’t forget to share your iOS 9 jailbreak experience with us and our readers. The Pangu jailbreak solution has often been prone to several errors and issues, but since the team is so quick to provide us with jailbreak tools, no one seems to care about these little issues. Some of our readers have said that they have done a few tries before they can successfully complete the process. As mentioned in our previous articles, to increase the chances of having an error-free jailbreak process, be sure to turn off Find My iPhone, Touch ID & Passcode and turn on Airplane Mode before starting the process. Also, if you updated your device to the latest version of iOS over the air, reinstall the firmware using iTunes.
If you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch in iOS 9 yet, follow our guide for all the steps: How to Jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch